Sports

2020 Wolves shined in brief season

On March 9, the Copiah-Lincoln Community College baseball team swept of pair of contests from the Delgado Community College Dolphins at Sullivan Field in Wesson. The two victories pushed Co-Lin’s winning streak to nine straight games, the longest streak since a seven-game spurt in March of 2013. The Wolves’ pitching staff had found a solid…

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Wyatt Fullington signs football scholarship

SIGNING a scholarship agreement to play football for the Mississippi College Choctaws is Wyatt Fullington, center. Shown with him are his mother, Donna Fullington, left, and his dad, Andy Fullington, right. Standing in back from left are Wyatt’s sister, Jenna Fullington, Copiah Academy Head Football Coach Paul Anderson, and Copiah Academy Football Defensive Coordinator Dan…

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District tourney saw both teams hurting

Both Hazlehurst boys and girls took tough losses Thursday night in the 3A Region 7 District Tournament in Jefferson County. The losses leave both teams playing Friday night in the consolation game.  Both teams will play the Wilkinson County Wildcats. The loss also puts both teams on the road next week; the girls Monday night…

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Lady Indians on a roll in district

The Hazlehurst Lady Indians came away with three wins in what was a long week of basketball. They won two at home and one on the road in Jefferson County. To follow the Lady Indians on the hardwood, see the Copiah County Courier, on sale throughout Copiah County.

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Lady Cobras stumble in district play

Last week was not a good week for the Wesson Lady Cobras on the court.  Tuesday they lost to West Lincoln 56-33 and Friday they fell short to Loyd Star 34-29. To follow Wesson basketball, see the  Copiah County Courier, on sale throughout Copiah County.

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CSHS tromps Jefferson Co.

Both the Tigers and the Lady Tigers more than doubled Jefferson County’s final scores last Tuesday night and coasted to easy home-court wins. This marked the first game Coach Broderick Owens had his full team together since the football season ended the week before. Read More in the Meteor’s E-Edition

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Crystal Springs High School football out of playoffs

It’s hard to overcome turnovers against a good football team. Crystal Springs re-lived that tried and true saying at Bassfield last Friday night as they were knocked out of the playoffs 40 – 0 by a very good Jefferson Davis County (JDC) football team. JDC scored halfway through the first quarter on a five-yard run.…

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