Noxapater set to host Nanih Waiya Friday

By BY ROBBIE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

The Division 3-1A schedule hasn’t been any kinder to Noxapater than its non-division one was.

Both teams were swept this past week, losing both games to Vardaman and West Lowndes.

Noxapater will return to action this week as they travel to Hamilton on Tuesday and will host Nanih Waiya in the Cross Creek rivalry on Friday.









Thoughtful decision pays big dividends for Nanih Waiya, Turner twins

By BY ROBBIE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,


Danya Turner admits that changing jobs and uprooting your family can be one of the most difficult decisions a father can make.
But when the Winston County School District offered Turner an assistant principal’s job, it might have been the easiest decision of his life.


Hard-nosed Warriors bring football state title home to Nanih Waiya

By BY ROBBIE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,


HATTIESBURG — One of Mississippi’s proudest communities got a little prouder on Friday.
Nanih Waiya claimed the school’s first-ever state championship in football on Friday as the Warriors beat Hollandale Simmons 21-18 at M.M. Roberts Stadium on the campus of Southern Mississippi.



Noxapater falls to East Marion in playoff opener

By BY ROBBIE ROBERTSON WINSTON COUNTY JOURNAL,

Noxapater football coach Casey Orr can officially give it a name now.
After losing in the first round of the playoffs for the second straight year, the Tigers are officially suffering from the Nanih Waiya hangover.
The Tigers struggled on both sides of the football on Friday night as they lost 26-0 to East Marion.



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