The Newton County Lady Cougars added three more wins to their total this week as the playoffs... READ MORE
After years of disappointments and close calls, the Newton County tennis team finally reached the top of the mountain, winning the school’s first-ever state championship in tennis.
The Newton County Academy tennis team reached the pinnacle of tennis as they won both the boys and girls Class AA state championships last year.
Head coach Pete Mazzella will have to reload if he’s going to make another title run this year with the loss of six seniors, four of whom are playing college tennis this season.
Union baseball coach Dustin Hamrick couldn't have imagined a better start for his Yellowjackets.
The Yellowjackets started the season off with two wins, beating Class 4A Newton County 8-7 on Friday night and Class 5A Neshoba Central 8-5 on Saturday at Newton County.
The Newton County Lady Cougars split a pair of games to open the fast-pitch softball season this past weekend at Northwest Rankin.
The Lady Cougars opened the season with a hard-fought 5-3 win over Northwest Rankin in an eight-inning contest before falling to Brandon 11-0 in a run-rule loss.
The basketball season came to an abrupt end for both Newton basketball teams this past week.
The Tigers lost 55-37 to South Delta on Saturday night while the Lady Tigers lost 57-47 to Coahoma on Friday night.
The Tigers finish the season at 22-7 while the Lady Tigers finish at 23-5.
The Newton County Academy baseball team split a pair of games this past week to open the season.
The Generals opened with a 3-2 loss to Tri-County Academy on Monday and finished the week out with an 11-4 win over Winston Academy on Saturday.
Both Union basketball teams got a taste of North Mississippi basketball last week.
The Lady Yellowjackets lost 61-29 to New Site on Monday night while the Yellowjackets dropped an 86-53 decision to 2A powerhouse Ingomar on Tuesday.
Newton County’s basketball season came to an end last week as both boys and girls teams lost in the first round of the Class 4A state tournament.
The Lady Cougars were eliminated on Monday when they dropped a 61-52 decision on the road at Moss Point.
The Lake Lady Hornets picked up three wins to open the season as they used four different pitchers.
Lake opened the season on Friday night as they beat Leake Central 11-5. Then on Saturday, Lake beat West Harrison 7-5 and Sebastopol 11-1 to complete the weekend sweep.