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Picayune tennis getting some work in over the summer

The high school tennis season might not start until January, but Picayune Maroon Tide Head Coach Chris Wise decided to have summer workouts anyways in ... Read more

1 week ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Players getting stronger mentally and physically in the SECL

The Royals faced off against the Red Sox in a nine-inning game Thursday evening as part of the Southeast Collegiate League. The game was close ... Read more

1 week ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Volleyball programs gearing up for new season

The Mississippi High School Activities Association may have delayed the fall sports calendar by two weeks, but local volleyball programs are working overtime nonetheless as ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Robin Jeffries to take over Poplarville volleyball program

Robin Jeffries is the new head coach of the Poplarville Lady Hornets volleyball program after previous coach Jonathan Ray took an assistant principal position at ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Deep South Collegiate League winding down play

The Deep South Collegiate League had six games that took place Tuesday as the final week of regular season play began. Tuesday’s Games Game 1 ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Swim programs preparing for new season

Local swim programs are preparing for the start of an unusual fall season as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on. As the start of ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Players are knocking off the rust in the SECL

The Southeast Collegiate League put on a doubleheader Monday evening at Pearl River Community College between the Royals and Mustangs. Game 1 The first game ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Local golfers win Millbrook Club Championship tournament

Golfers within Pearl River County have been staying busy during the pandemic and the constant practice paid off as Grace Lanier and Cam Guidry won ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Cross country teams adapting to new fall schedule

The Mississippi High School Activities Association has delayed fall sports by two weeks and local cross country programs are working to prepare for the postponed ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

Fall football season given new schedule including a two week delay

The Mississippi High School Activities Association has announced football, and other fall sports, will take place this year, but with a two week delay on ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Jonathan Mitchell.

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