Area Sports

Miles Sims signs with Howard University Soccer

Now that his high school career has come to a close, Sims has found a place to take his talents and further his education. Midfielder Miles Sims signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Howard University in Washington D.C. The three-year starter provided the Arrows with energy and physicality in the middle third…

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Clinton’s Studaway inks with Co-Lin Basketball

As a dynamic point guard, Clinton’s Quandarius Studaway started off each offensive drive with energy and focus. Now that his high school career has come to an end, he’s found a new home in Wesson, Mississippi. Quandarius Studaway signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Copiah-Lincoln Community College. Studaway, a four year starter…

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Brilla Juniors Unite With Local Soccer Clubs

Press Release By: Mississippi Rush United Mississippi Rush, Brandon Futbol Club, and Brilla Juniors are proud to announce that beginning with the 2020-21 soccer season we will be working together in order to better serve our communities and improve soccer in Mississippi by expanding our collective player pathways.  Joined under the name Mississippi Rush United,…

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Two Former Hinds Football Standouts Sign NFL Contracts

By Hinds CC Athletics RAYMOND -, Stephen Guidry and DeMichael Harris, have signed non-drafted free agent deals with teams in the National Football League (NFL). Guidry has signed with the Dallas Cowboys, and Harris has signed with the Indianapolis Colts. Guidry and Harris hopes to join the likes of super bowl champions Malcolm Butler and…

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Three Hinds’ Basketball Standouts Sign with NCAA D1 Programs

  Three members of Hinds Bulldogs basketball program, which include: Dontrell McQuarter, Ladarius Marshall, and Peyton Taylor, have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their basketball and academic careers at the NCAA Division One Level. All three sophomores were crucial for the Hinds Bulldogs in their historic 2019-2020 season where they racked up 16…

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Mississippi College Names Their New Head Women’s Basketball Coach

        Mississippi College athletic director Mike Jones has announced Greg Long as the head women’s basketball coach, as announced on Friday, April 17. Long comes to Clinton, Mississippi after leading the University of Arkansas at Monticello. “We are excited to bring Greg into the Mississippi College family. He has experience in both Division II…

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What Will Happen to the NFL Draft in 2020?

For many years, the NFL has been on top in America. Football is the most popular sport in America and is watched by more people than any other sport. Every year over 100 million people worldwide watch the Super Bowl. No one can deny the popularity of football. Right now, though, in the face of…

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Hinds CC eSports players advance in playoffs

RAYMOND – Hinds Community College’s eSports program progresses in the playoffs this week in two sports following a successful season. Students Ryan Talley, of Raymond, and Ryan Hymel, of Biloxi, qualified for quarterfinals action Wednesday (April 15) in FIFA 2020, a game based on the actual professional soccer league. If they win, they advance to…

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