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New Orleans Saints partner with MHSAA, MAC for Mr. Football awards

Six of Mississippi’s top players will be recognized as “Mr. Football” in their respective classifications in a partnership with the New Orleans Saints, Mississippi Association of Coaches and Mississippi High School Activities Association. The New Orleans Saints “Mr. Football” selections from Class 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A will …

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Hancock, Oxford, OLA win volleyball state titles

  JACKSON — Hancock, Oxford and Our Lady Academy took home top honors October 29th in the MHSAA/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi State Volleyball Championship at Millsaps College’s Hangar Dome. In Class III, Hancock defeated Oak Grove 25-27, 25-17, 18-25, 25-21 and 15-11 in a five-set thriller for …

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Tupelo boys win 10th straight swim crown

final-team-scores-class-two final-team-scores-class-one class-two-final-results class-one-final-results TUPELO — The Tupelo boys, Madison Central girls and St. Joseph girls successfully defended their titles October 29th at the MHSAA/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi swim championships at the Tupelo Aquatic Center. In Class II boys, Tupelo scored 128 points to win a 10th …

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State best swimmers in action at MHSAA State Swim Meet

The MHSAA/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi State Swim Meet returns to the Tupelo Aquatic Center on Saturday, October 29. Preliminary heats begin at 9 a.m. Following a mandatory 3-hour break and warm-up session, the championship heats are tentatively scheduled to start around 4:30 p.m. Defending team champions are …

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MHSAA volleyball championships include expanded format

  JACKSON — A dozen of the state’s best volleyball teams will be in Jackson for the MHSAA/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi State Volleyball Championships on Friday and Saturday, October 27-28. The expanded format — which brings together all four semifinalists in the three classifications — begins Friday …

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2016-17 MHSAA Volleyball Championships

Semifinals Class Date Location Time Class I October 28 Belhaven 4 PM Class I October 28 Belhaven 6 PM Class II October 28 Millsaps 1 PM Class II October 28 Millsaps 3 PM Class III October 28 Millsaps 5 PM Class III October 28 Millsaps 7 PM Finals Class I …

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Games for the week of 10-23

  Date Sport Level Home Away Site Time 10/24/2016 Basketball 8th Grade Girls LAUREL West Jones MS LAUREL MS 4:00 PM Basketball 9th Grade Boys LAUREL WEST JONES LAUREL MS 6:15 PM Basketball 9th Grade Girls LAUREL WEST JONES LAUREL MS 5:00 PM Basketball Mid Sch Alcorn Central MS Jumpertown …

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Week 10 football standings

From MaxPreps reports Team Region Div. W Div. L Div. T Div. Pct. Wins Losses Ties Pct. PF PA 1A Region 1 Smithville Region 1 5 0 0 1.000 7 2 0 0.778 327 218 West Lowndes Region 1 4 1 0 0.800 6 2 0 0.750 323 111 Vardaman …

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Neshoba Central, Newton County continue slow pitch dominance

Neshoba Central and Newton County successfully defended their titles Oct. 22nd at the MHSAA C Spire Slow-Pitch Softball State Championships hosted by Freedom Ridge Park in Ridgeland. Results from the best-of-three series: In Class 6A/5A, Neshoba defeated George County 12-1 and 18-7 for a fifth consecutive championship. The Lady Rockets …

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2016-17 MHSAA Swimming Championships

  MHSAA STATE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2016 TUPELO AQUATIC CENTER SPONSORED BY: Tupelo High School LOCATION:    Tupelo Aquatic Center, 692 N. Veterans Blvd., Tupelo, MS 38804, 662.840.3768 REGISTRATION/GENERAL INFORMATION: Registration Information Form must be EMAILED to Merrie Hughes at thsstateswimmeet@gmail.com by FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 at 5:00 pm. Please fill out the form in …

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Baseball, basketball proposals pass

Proposal passes: The following pitch count proposal for the sport of baseball was approved by the MHSAA Executive Committee at it’s October 6, 2016 meeting.  The required pitch count rule for all teams will go into effect beginning with the 2017 baseball season.  In July 2016, the NFHS passed a …

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