The East Central Mississippi Fellowship of Christian Athletes is hosting a corn hole tournament Saturday, June 27, at the Chunky River Recreation Trading Post and Campground.
There will be two divisions, an amateur and pro division.
The Mississippi High School Athletics Association gave member schools the go ahead to begin summer workouts.
The MHSAA Executive Committee met on Thursday in a five-hour meeting via teleconference and debated the pros and cons of restarting athletics.
Not long after stepping down as the head football at Union, Brad Breland said he was going to be patient and pray about his next job.
Those prayers were finally answered last week when Breland was named the new head football coach at East Rankin Academy.
Breland said the whole process happened fairly quickly.
Notes, quotes and a thought or two...
Last week, I ventured down memory lane and recalled my first-ever football practice in seventh grade.
That was the day that I fell in love with the game of football and learned that I liked to hit people.
Union’s Andy Ogletree is set up to play in his first professional golf tournament.
Ogletree, who recently graduated from Georgia Tech, will be playing in the Charles Schwab at Colonial in Dallas on June 8 through the 14th.
Ogletree received an invitation to the event after winning the U.S. Amateur Championship last year.
East Central Community College Athletic Director Paul Mixon didn’t realize how much he missed just getting out of the office to catch a baseball or softball game on campus.
Now with spring sports cancelled, Mixon has to report to his office and try to figure out when East Central might get on the athletic fields again.
Notes, quotes and a thought or two…
Last week, I ventured down memory lane as I remembered my short-lived life as a power hitter in baseball.
That got me to thinking about another great day in my short-lived sporting career.
Two Newton County soccer players were recently recognized among the top players in the state of Mississippi.
Newton County junior Lee Hill and senior Olivia Clark were recently named to the Clarion-Ledger’s All-state soccer teams.