It wasn’t long ago that the Eupora Eagles suffered through a 5-6 season with a young team.
Edwards said the core of this year’s team was on the field that season and are now seniors as the Eagles prepare for another football season.
Second-year East Webster football coach Ron Price knows what’s in front of him. The Wolverines return just six starters on a team that went 5-6 last year and have just 12 seniors on the roster. “It’s a really young football team,” Price said. “At a lot of positions, it’s going to be a lot of kids' first opportunity to be on the field.
By Laurence Hilliard Choctaw Plaindealer Long time French Camp Academy head football coach Nathan Wright did not hesitate when asked the strength of his football team. “This is a really smart team.” he said. “I have noticed that I have some really smart kids. They learn fast and pick up quickly, which I really appreciate.
Nanih Waiya is halfway to a second straight MHSAA Class 1A State Championship in baseball. Two big innings enabled the Warriors to defeat Smithville 13-5 Tuesday in the opening game of the best-of-three MHSAA 1A championship series.