When first-year Louisville head coach Tyrone Shorter lined up as head coach of Noxubee County against LHS, the one kid hated to face the most was quarterback Dre Shumaker.
Now Shorter is proud that he has Shumaker on his side now.
Louisville’s David Haynes is going to play college football. The question is just what position Haynes will play.
Haynes enters his senior year at Louisville after a big summer where he has emerged as one of the Wildcats top playmakers, making him the latest addition’s to the Winston County Journal’s Eleven To Watch for 2019.
PHILADELPHIA — With Meridian’s Tyson Pompelia out of this year’s 40th annual Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon, the title was up for grabs.
But Adam Leister made sure the title stayed in the Queen City (Meridian).
Winston Academy’s Josh McGinnis is likely to be all over the football field for the Patriots this season.
Earlier this spring, Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead and assistant Brad Peterson made a stop at the Noxapater field house.
It didn’t take Moorhead long to ask the question that any visiting football coach might ask when entering the Noxapater weight room.
In today’s world of spread offenses, Louisville’s Jy’Kevious Hibbler is the last player an offensive coordinator wants to see standing at the line.
There’s no telling where Jody McCorkle might be on the field for Winston Academy this upcoming season.
But one thing is for sure, he’s going to be out there somewhere, making him the latest addition to the Winston County Journal’s Eleven To Watch for the upcoming football season.
When Noxapater football coach Casey Orr sat down and looked at the stats from last season, he didn’t like what he saw when it came to Raheem Hathorn.
Hathorn ended the season with 644 yards rushing on 92 carries but in Orr’s mind that just wasn’t good enough.
The Louisville Wildcats have eight players already holding offers to play college football. Middle linebacker Kristian Hopkins is not one of them.
But looking at his stats, play on the field, and his report card, everyone who knows Hopkins thinks that he should and will eventually be one of those guys.