Sports

Young players give back to storm victims

Young players give back to storm victims

The Russellville Elite 8 & under travel baseball team was scheduled to play in a tournament in Tupelo, Miss., the first week of May, but ... Read more

Lindsey earns team award at NEMCC

Lindsey earns team award at NEMCC

The Northeast Mississippi Community College women’s basketball team recently wrapped up the 2013-14 season with its annual postseason banquet on Saturday, May 3. In conjunction ... Read more

Ritter steps down as RB football coach

Ritter steps down as RB football coach

The Red Bay football program will once again start looking for a new head football coach – a process they know all too well. Following Friday’s ... Read more

RHS hosting spring game Friday

RHS hosting spring game Friday

The Russellville Golden Tigers will wrap up their spring training this Friday night when they host Pleasant Grove in a spring football contest. The game ... Read more

Cheerleaders gear up for new year

Cheerleaders gear up for new year

Each spring a major competition occurs at every high school in the state, yet it goes largely unnoticed by most sports fans until Fall. The ... Read more

  1. Red Bay wins jamboree game
  2. PCHS scores a win in spring game
  3. Vina, Tharptown play in jamboree
  4. Jackson finishes strong at tournament
  5. THS, BHS fall short of state tournament
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Auburn loses heartbreaker in final minutes of BCS National Championship

Florida State’s Heisman Trophy quarterback didn’t really look the part Monday night until it counted. Just after Auburn’s Tre Mason broke free and sprinted toward the ... Read more

J.R.’s Editorial Corner

I started down what would become my professional career path in a small classroom at Curry High school in 2006. My 11th grade English teacher, a ... Read more

J.R.’s Editorial Corner

Football. My favorite sport. It’s getting closer. But it’s not here yet. How much longer do I have to wait? About one month from now I’ll ... Read more

J.R.’s Editorial Corner

For all of you perusing my column right now, if you don’t want to hear about soccer, feel free to stop right here. It has been ... Read more

J.R.’s Editorial Corner

Whenever I was a young kid watching college football, Joe Paterno was a living legend that was both revered and respected. Fast forward to 2012 and ... Read more