The organization is starting a youth program here on the coast, and tryouts are Sunday, August 16. Baseball players from ages 8 through 13 throughout South Mississippi will be able to try out for the affiliate teams.
After undergoing postseason hip surgery in January, she was out of action until June, but now that the next phase of her career is right in front of her, she’ll be able to take her game to the next level in a brand new environment.
As summer practices and preparation for the regular season intensify, so does the skepticism surrounding the potential of a postponement of the fall season. But for head coach Jay Hopson and his team, no matter what is being said on the outside, their mindset of focusing on the present remains the s
The Women's State Amateur is open to female amateurs who are residents of the State of Mississippi for at least 60 days prior to August 7, 2020. There will be two divisions for the championship. Divisions will be flighted following 36 holes of play.
The Golden Eagles certainly had issues running the ball last season, but with three guys returning who totaled over 200 rushing yards last year, including 574 from Kevin Perkins, head coach Jay Hopson is excited about the direction of the running back room.
With preliminary COVID-19 testing in the rear view mirror with no positive tests reported as of Sunday, the black and gold are gearing up for a training camp that will prove most pivotal with no pre-season games on the schedule.
If you plan to attend a sporting event at LSU in 2020, you can leave your cash at home. LSU Athletics has announced that beginning in the fall of 2020, it is going cashless at all athletic facilities on campus.
Gulfport girls soccer coach Chris Pryor, Hancock girls bowling coach Trevin Burge, D'Iberville boys bowling coach Richard Wesche, Vancleave volleyball coach Christina Daigle, and Ocean Springs boys soccer coach Jeff French all took home the award.
Barring mother nature having her way again on Wednesday, gold division games are set to kick off Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. in Poplarville, while the silver bracket will be underway Thursday at 11 a.m. in Petal.
The NBA restart is just four days away, and the first team to hit the floor will be the New Orleans Pelicans. Whether or not Zion will play remains a mystery, but if the Pelicans can play like they have the last two scrimmages, they should be just fine.