A pre-audition workshop for Itawamba Community College’s Indianettes is scheduled for 9:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., Feb. 22, in the W.O. Benjamin Fine Arts Center auditorium at the Fulton Campus. A $10 fee will be charged for the workshop, which is designed for those who are interested in trying out for the squad. Indianette auditions will […]
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Senior Austin Burdine led off the signing season for Houston High School Feb. 4 as he inked his letter of intent to play baseball for Mississippi Delta Community College. Delta coach Michael Avalon said he is looking foward to Burdine joining the Trojans on the diamond next season. “Throughout the recruiting process, we look for […]
All local public schools are getting set for district basketball tournaments and Vardaman coach Deanna Winter has her Lady Rams sharpening their skills. The Vardaman girls wrapped up the regular season as the top seed for tournament, but saved some tough competition for their final week. The Lady Rams fell to West Union Feb. 4 […]
Houston High School held senior recognition for the basketball team and cheerleaders Feb. 7.
After starting district play strong, the Lady Toppers dropped two division games last week, just when they needed them most. The Houston girls fell to Kosciusko Feb. 4, after posting a district win over the Lady Whippets in their first meeting this season. Friday night, they saw a 15-point halftime lead turn into a 55-60 […]
Three generations of Hilltopper basketball fans were spotted at the HHS/West Lauderdale game Feb. 7. Sharon Morgan, his daughter Danielle Morgan and grandson Aiden Parks were all in the house cheering for the Toppers and Lady Toppers.
The Lady Eagles dominated, while the Eagles had to battle back, but both teams came out of district tournament and are headed into the first round of North Central playoffs this week. Lady Eagles fly through district The Hebron girls came off a JV district championship last week and carried their momentum into varsity tournament, […]
HOUSTON – 134 pianists of different ages and skill levels joined together at Harrisburg Baptist Church in Tupelo to share their faith through music during the annual keyboard festival sponsored by the Mississippi Baptist Convention. The Area II festival was one of 11 statewide festivals held this year in various locations from Corinth to Pascagoula […]
HOUSTON – “Be patient, live your life,” is Greg PUlliam’s advice to teens. Pulliam knows well that a teen pregnancy will change everything about the way you planned to live it. The Houston High School graduate learned he would become a father in the fall of his senior year and knew immediately his plans […]
Youth base/softball registration is ongoing through the month of February. Parents may register children Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Houston City Hall. A $50 registration fee applies to the first child and additional children in each family will be charged $45. A birth certificate is required for each child even […]
Powerlifting season has begun with the Hilltoppers placing fourth as a team at the Amory Invitational. The team competed against Amory, West Point, Starkville, Pontotoc, East Union, Hatley, Aberdeen and Falkner at the Jan. 23 meet and four team members brought home individual medals. n Jared Bean, first in 114-pound class n Jalon Gates, second […]
ICC head soccer coach Mike Sullivan announced Sunday, Feb. 9 as the tryout date for the upcoming 2014 Lady Indians and Indians soccer teams. Tryouts for the women’s squad will be from 2 to 3 p.m. while tryouts for the 2013 MACJC North Division champion men’s team will go from 3 to 4 p.m. at […]
The time for high school basketball district tournaments is closing in and the Eagles and Lady Eagles of Hebron will break the ice this week in Pittsboro. The Hebron teams closed out their regular seasons on a positive note with the Eagles carrying a 7-1 district record and the Lady Eagles entering tournament at 8-0. […]
The Lady Rams wrapped up district play undefeated at 5-0 and have two solid weeks of work ahead before entering 4-1A district tournament in mid-February. “We have our toughest two week stretch coming up against some really solid opponents,” said coach Deanna Winter. The Lady Rams are taking a six-game winning streak into the final […]
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