Mississippi College vs West Alabama

Mississippi College fans had plenty to cheer about during the first half of Saturday’s home contest with West Alabama. Early in the third quarter it was 17-13 West Alabama. Final score was West Alabama 38-MC 13. Blue & Gold returns to action at home September 24 against Cumberland of Tennessee. Kickoff at Robinson-Hale Stadium is…

ARROWS STILL ON TOP AFTER DEFEATING GERMANTOWN

By Danny C. Davis            After defeating Germantown 42-10 and moving to 4-0 on the season ,  the Clinton Arrows remained the # 1 team in Mississippi in Class 6A in both the Clarion-Ledger Super 10 poll and the statewide Associated Press poll.      CHS moved to 4-0 for the first time…

Eagles fall short for second straight week

  The Eagles knew they would be in for a test as the Indians of Itawamba Community College came to town with a 1-0 record after defeating preseason South Division Champion, Mississippi Gulf Coast, last week.The game began with the Eagles getting a big stop after the Indians drove into Eagle territory. The Hinds offense…

Volleyball Blanks Mississippi Valley State; First Win over MVSU in Series

The Mississippi College volleyball team picked up its first win in series history over Mississippi Valley State with a 3-0 victory over the Delta Devilettes. MC improved to 2-1 on the season while MVSU falls to 1-4. Jenna Campbell paced the Lady Choctaws with 10 kills – one off her season-best from last weekend against William…

Choctaws On Point in 28-16 Win Over Skyhawks

The Mississippi College football team opened the 2016 season with a 28-16 victory over Point University on Saturday afternoon at Robinson-Hale Stadium. Senior Josh Dixon (Clinton, Miss.) led the offense with 16 carries for 131 yards and three touchdowns, as the Choctaws (1-0) finished the day with 279 yards on 43 carries. His first score came on…

Eagles get outmanned by Rangers

There was a packed house on hand for the opening game of the 2016 season between the Hinds Eagles and the Northwest Community College Rangers. The Rangers came to Raymond as the defending national champions and were out to prove that last year’s success was not a fluke. The Rangers struck first with a 27-yard…

ARROWS START STRONG AGAINST SOUTH PANOLA

By Danny C. Davis After a historic first-ever win over South Panola at Batesville, the Clinton Arrows are now focusing on meeting #1 ranked Brandon on Friday night, September 2, at Brandon. Clinton was ranked #2 after beating South Panola 38-26 on August 18 on the road.  The win was the first for the Arrows…