Jason Morgan has returned to Grace Christian School as boys basketball coach, moving across the county from Nanih Waiya. He replaces Bobby Bowman, who resigned following a 12-4 season.
The Grace Christian volleyball team returns several key players from the team that finished 2018 with an 18-10 record.
The Choctaw County volleyball team opened the season last weekend with two wins and two losses at the Set It Off Tournament in Ridgeland. The Lady Cougars defeated Pisgah 25-18 and 25-21 and Senatobia 27-25 and 25-15. Losses came against St.
First year Choctaw County head football coach Jeff Roberts is pleased with what he has seen on the practice field and in the weight room headed into the 2019 season.
“Things have gone pretty well,” he said. “We have been focused.”
You say you want to be a zebra and spend Friday nights in the fall officiating high schools football games in Mississippi? Or a basketball official in the winter, a baseball umpire in the spring, or an official for any of the the other Mississippi High School Activities Association sports?
JACKSON – To the victor, they say, go the spoils. For Nanih Waiya head football coach James Courtney, that meant participating on a panel at the 2019 Mississippi Association of Coaches Multi-Sports Clinic.
“It is an honor to be part of the largest football clinic in the country,” he said.
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has made some rule changes for track and cross country that could have an effect on high school meets in Mississippi.
Going, going, gone?
The number of Mississippi schools fielding slow-pitch softball teams continues to dwindle to the point that the future of slow-pitch as a Mississippi High School Activities Association sport is in doubt.
Midway through the summer baseball schedule, Choctaw County coach Andy Young is pleased with his team's progress.
Coming off a four-win season with a young team, Young expects improvement. “We're older and more experienced.”
There will be only one coaching change at French Camp for the 2019-20 school year. Polly Levert was promoted from assistant to head girls basketball coach, replacing Priscilla Anderson, who moved into administration,