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Wesson volleyball picks up two big district wins

By Rusty Newman The Wesson volleyball team protected their home court on Tuesday and Thursday of last week as they won two big district wins versus Crystal Springs and Hazlehurst. On Tuesday night, the Lady Cobras hosted the Lady Tigers of Crystal Springs in a varsity doubleheader and was victorious three sets to zero in…

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Colonels dominate Goat Bowl in bounce-back win

By Drake Flowers Following their first loss of the season, the Copiah Academy Colonels took to the road last week to rekindle an old rivalry with Brookhaven Academy in the first matchup between the next-county-over rivals. Copiah would prove to be too much for Brookhaven early and often as the visitors ran away with a…

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Lumberton spoils Homecoming for the Cobras

By Justin Newman It was a nice night Friday night in Wesson as the Cobras celebrated their Homecoming. Pregame festivities saw Senior Homecoming Queen Kamryn Bridges and her court take the field and be recognized. Stands were packed and a nice crowd was present to see the 2-1 Cobras take on the Lumberton Panthers. Wesson…

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Jackets too much for Colonels in first loss

By Drake Flowers The Copiah Academy Colonels suffered their first setback of the season at the hands of the Oak Forest Academy Yellow Jackets. This 42-27 loss puts the Colonels at 3-1 on the young season. However, a lot of positives could be taken from a competitive game against a high-quality opponent. The Jackets jumped…

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Wesson outlasts Wilkinson County

By Rusty Newman The Friday night crowd at Stone Stadium in Wesson got to witness a good high school football game between the Wesson Cobras and the Wilkinson County Wildcats. This was a game that was supposed to be played at Wilkinson County but due to hurricane damage in their area, the game was moved…

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Lady Cobras split on the court in district volleyball action

By Rusty Newman The Wesson girls volleyball team had two important matches this week. They traveled to Meadville on Tuesday to take on district foe Franklin County and played host to St. Andrews on Thursday at the Snake Pit. On Tuesday, the Lady Cobras came out on top in a huge divisional matchup with Franklin…

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Wolves stumble against Indians

The Co-Lin Football team continued its season opening road trip with a contest against Itawamba Community College on Sept. 9. The Indians beat the Wolves by a final of 30-3. The makings of a defensive battle were seen through the first quarter-and-a-half as neither offense mustered more than 42 yards in a single drive. However,…

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