Sebastopol High School senior softball player Taylor Watkins signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball for East Mississippi Community College in Scooba in 2020. Watkins was joined by her coaches and family on November 1 during the signing ceremony. Pictured here front row from the left, Susan Watkins, Taylor and Kevin Watkins.
The Scott Central Rebels and head coach Devin Cooper knew last Friday’s game against the Taylorsville Tartars would be the ultimate test as a team. The Rebels traveled to Smith County to take on THS in the Class 2A South State Championship and gave a valiant effort but fell short in the end losing 14-6 in a very close game.
Forest High School senior Dylan Grayson signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at East Central Community College on November 7. Pictured from left, are Wes Cox, FHS assistant coach; Kellie Grayson, Dylan, Jason Grayson and heach coach Keith Brown.
In order to win a championship in any sport at any level a team must play its best come playoff time. In the quest to win back-to-back 2A state football championships that’s exactly what the Scott Central Rebels are doing.
The Heisman Trophy Trust recently announced the 2019 Heisman High School Scholarship School Winners. Forest High School senior Abby Atkison, the daughter of Allan and Lynn Atkison, was recently named a School Winner.
The Sebastopol Bobcats traveled to Itta Bena and ran in to a Leflore County team that was firing on all cylinders last Friday night in the opening round of the MHSAA 1A state playoffs. The homestanding Tigers dominated the game from the opening kickoff to the final horn, and ended Sebastopol’s 2019 season with a 42-0 shutout.
The defending 2A state champion Scott Central Rebels took to the road and sent a message they have no plans of giving up their title as defending champ without a fight.
The Scott Central Rebels welcomed the Bay Springs Bulldogs (9-2) to Scott County last Friday in the opening round of the MHSAA Class 2A playoffs. Both teams gave up very little on defense, and in the end the Rebels’ defense stopped the Bulldogs in overtime on the one-yard line to secure the win.
The Sebastopol Bobcats needed a win and some help to make the Class 1A state playoffs last Friday night. In the end, the Bobcats took care of business beating Sacred Heart 47-6 on the field, and everything else fell into place.
The Lake Hornets ended a successful 8-3 season with a heartbreaking 18-12 loss to Enterprise in the first round of the Mississippi Class 1A playoffs. The Hornets traveled to Enterprise last Friday night to take on a tough Bulldogs team.