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MHSAA Football Broadcast Fees for 2016 season

For Playoff and State Championship games   Per Game Fees Live Television: Must contact MHSAA for permission and rights fees at least 48 hours before kickoff (see below for contact information). Not permitted at State Championship games on December 2-3 at Mississippi State University. Live Video on Internet/Webstreaming: $750.00 (All …

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MHSAA policy on drones (unmanned aircraft systems)

Drones (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is responsible for regulating the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) as specified under Public Law (PL) 112‐95, FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012; Chapter 447 of Title 49 of the United States Code (49 U.S.C.); 49 U.S.C. & 40102; …

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MHSAA Baseball Championships Schedule

MHSAA STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS PRESENTED BY FARM BUREAU & MISSISSIPPI SPORTS MEDICINE   Tuesday, May 17 1:00 PM         Class 1A          Game 1           Tupelo Christian Prep vs. Ethel 4:00 PM         Class 2A          Game 1           East Union vs Loyd Star 7:00 PM         Class 5A          Game 1           Oxford vs Hattiesburg   Wednesday, May …

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Past Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete Winners

1996 Eric Carpenter Amory Jim Chapman Brookhaven Aubrey Monroe Brookhaven Casey Clark Bruce Emily Atkinson Cleveland Ned Mitchell Cleveland Mike Malott Columbus Emily Perry Corinth Melissa Scott D’Iberville Felicia Bell Falkner Alex Wilson Lanier Lucas Scoggin Newton Julia Fowler St. Andrew’s Brent Waters Sumrall Jennifer Woolridge West Lauderdale Hartwell Harris …

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16 seniors honored as Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athletes

Sixteen seniors from across the state were honored Monday as Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athletes for 2016 at the Jackson Hilton hotel. The honorees — one boy and one girl from high schools in each of the MHSAA’s eight geographical districts — were chosen for their academic accomplishments as well as their …

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Retired MHSAA executive director Ennis Proctor selected to NFHS Hall of Fame

Dr. Ennis Proctor, retired Executive Director of the Mississippi High School Activities Association, has been selected to the National High School Hall of Fame in Indianapolis. Dr. Proctor will join 11 other inductees in July at the conclusion of the annual summer meeting of the National Federation of State High …

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