As I’m writing this Thursday morning from my chaotic desk that looks like a cyclone rampaged through the office but only managed to hit my area in the newsroom, I can’t help but think how sad anybody affiliated with the Columbia School District should have felt when they heard the news of Columbia head football coach James Harvey resigning.
West Marion graduate and Pearl River Community College sophomore right-hander Colby White fulfilled his dream Wednesday afternoon in Poplarville.
The 6-foot, 190-pounder put ink to paper on a letter of intent, signing a full scholarship to don the maroon and white for the Mississippi State Bulldogs next season.
Harvey had 8-21 record in 3 seasons leading Wildcats
The next time the Columbia Wildcats step onto Walter Payton Field it will be under the direction of a new face of the program.
Third-year head coach James Harvey informed his players of his resignation Monday and confirmed the news Tuesday.
A 1-hour-and-4-minute weather delay wasn’t enough to keep Columbia Academy from knocking off one of the top teams in the MAIS AAA playoffs Friday night.
The Cougars made the 180-mile trek to Rayville, La., and came away with a 38-26 upset win over Riverfield Academy, which entered the game on a 10-game winning streak.
West Marion was confident heading into Friday night’s first round matchup at Raleigh after beating the Lions on the road in Week 4.
While it was far from pretty, the Trojans’ confidence was justifiable as they held off a late comeback attempt to beat Raleigh 22-20 and advanced to the second round of the playoffs.
Although East Marion had already locked up a playoff berth, there was still a lot on the line Friday night in its regular season finale against Resurrection Catholic in Pascagoula.
For more than 15 years, Michael RV Center has been consistently growing and helping travelers along the way.
Grant McArthur, who owns the business and started it April 23, 2001, said the shop does a number of things.
West Marion will travel as a No. 3 seed to play No. 2 seed Raleigh in the first round of the Class 3A state playoffs Friday.
The Trojans lost an opportunity to host a postseason game as six turnovers caused them to blow a 20-0 lead in a 23-22 loss Friday night in Foxworth to Tylertown.