It’s Homecoming week at Louisville High School, with Choctaw Central (3-3) being the guest Friday night at 7 at R.E. Hinze Stadium and Shorter is finding out more from a team he’s unfamiliar with after all these years of coaching.
Choctaw County will step up in competition with a region game at Houston Friday. “Houston is good,” CCHS head coach Jeff Roberts said. “They went toe to toe with Noxubee County. That was a really good defensive game.”
Voting in the 2019 November 5th General Election has already begun.
Mississippi Absentee Ballots became available this past Saturday, September 21st. If persons qualify, they can cast their votes now by going to the Winston County Circuit Clerk's office.
Louisville Municipal School District was among the 46 school districts out of 140 that increased a letter grade from 2017-18 school year to 2018-19 school year under the Mississippi Department of Education accountability model and testing.
LMSD increased from a C district in 2017-2018 to a B district in 2018-2019.
The games that matter are up next for the 4-2 LHS Wildcats as they open Region 4-4A play on Friday night. First up on the docket is Northeast Lauderdale (2-4) who will host the Wildcats this week. Shorter has watched the film and sees a dangerous offense to defend.
The Wolverines of East Webster will put their unbeaten record on the line when they travel to Calhoun City on Friday night.
The Wildcats are 3-3 on the season, with wins over Ashland (55-0), Choctaw County (24-21) and Water Valley (14-7). Their losses are to Houston (33-7), North Panola (26-8) and North Pontotoc (7-6).