Behind a stingy defense and ball control offense in the second half, the East Central Warriors spoiled Homecoming for the Hinds Eagles with a 17-14 MACJC South Division football win Thursday, Oct.
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The Newton County Criminal Court Grand Jury conviened last week to hear new cases. Here are the indictments that the Jury issued:
Heather Rosanna Walker, possession of methamphetamine, possession of hydrocodone and acetaminophen, possession of marijuana, possession of alprazolam
Tra Taylor, the Cougar center graded out at 82 percent and had two pancake blocks as the Cougars ran for a season-high 404 yards.
Jaylon Buckley, had 160 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns in a 34-17 win over Madison St. Joseph.
In a season of disappointments, Friday night was the toughest so far for the Newton County Academy Generals.
The Generals overcame a 10-0 deficit and led 13-10 late before Tri-County scored in the last seconds to take a thrilling 17-13 win on Friday night.
For the third straight week, the Union Yellowjackets fell behind.
For the third straight week, the Union Yellowjackets came back to win a football game.
After trailing 17-0, Union scored 34 unanswered points to beat Madison St. Joseph 34-17 for a homecoming victory.