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HATTIESBURG -- Before Tyler Stevenson sank the first of two free throws to win Saturday's game for Southern Miss, he cast a glance to the sideline, looking for the coach who brought him to Hattiesburg.
HATTIESBURG -- Leonard Harper-Baker was tired of losing.
MACON -- Chrishaad Rupert sat in the car with his arms hanging at his sides.
Noxubee County lost 25-15 on Friday at M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg, missing out on a chance for its second title in three years.
"I like the challenge," the senior middle linebacker said. "Everybody thinks that we can't stop them, but that's not new."
The Volunteers (5-1) handed the Rams (3-1) their first loss of the season.
A 33-14 victory over Choctaw County catapulted Noxubee County into Friday's state championship game, where the Tigers will need a similarly excellent performance to beat the Jaguars.
NEW HOPE -- Toward the beginning of the school year, former New Hope basketball star Terryonte Thomas came back to his alma mater to watch the Trojans practice.
The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science boys and girls soccer teams both won close matches Tuesday at Columbus.
STARKVILLE -- The Volunteers needed a volunteer.
STARKVILLE -- Andrew Pollan remembers the feeling.
The Trojans (4-0) sank 13 3-pointers in their blowout victory.
The Panthers held the Trojans to just four points in the fourth quarter, sealed the game at the free-throw line and walked out of their home gym with a win.
West Point will face Picayune for the Class 5A title at 7 p.m. Saturday in Hattiesburg looking for a fourth straight state championship.
Friday's contest pits the No. 1 Yellow Jackets against rival Oxford (12-1) for a trip to the MHSAA Class 6A championship game.
MACON -- Teddy Young felt the doubt before he ever coached his first game at the helm of the Noxubee County football team.
WEST POINT -- Early this season, while West Point running back Dantariyus Cannon battled nagging injuries, fellow senior Brandon Harris shouldered the load.
The Pats finished off a 14-0 season with a 55-10 demolishing of rival Starkville Academy in Friday's MAIS Class 5A championship game at Jackson Academy.
CALEDONIA -- The outfit was fine.
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