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A team from the Hernando Youth Football Association claimed the DeSoto County 9-10-year-old All-Star Tournament championship last weekend. Squads representing youth football programs in Hernando, Horn Lake, Southaven and Olive Branch played each other in a tournament, with the Hernando team …

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Memphis Redbirds President and General Manager Craig Unger is now part of the team’s ownership group, according to Principal Owner Peter Freund. Unger has been the Redbirds’ general manager since 2014 and has overseen the day-to-day operations of the Pacific Coast League franchise, the top a…

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A team captained by Lee Parks of Horn Lake recently won the 2016 USTA Southern Combo Doubles Mississippi State Championships, recently held in the Jackson area. The team will participate in the USTA Southern Sectionals Combo Doubles Championships in Mobile, Ala. in March. The Parks-led team …

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Will Ross of Hernando High School signed a baseball scholarship with East Central Community College.  Ross, a third baseman and right handed pitcher, is pictured with, from left, principal Freddie Joseph, head coach David Lara and assistant coach Chris Haley.

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Northwest Mississippi Community College held one of the nation's top offenses to 367 total yards and its second-lowest point total of the season, but it wasn't enough as Trinity Valley (TVCC) outlasted the Rangers 34-24 Saturday in the Heart of Texas Bowl in Copperas Cove, Texas. 

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The Mississippi RiverKings (10-5-0) won Saturday night in dramatic fashion 2-1 with a shootout over the Pensacola Ice Flyers (5-5-4) Saturday night at the Landers Center.

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Mississippi RiverKings goaltender Brad Braone's 33 saves in Pensacola Friday night would not be enough to get the RiverKings a win, losing 2-1 to the Pensacola Ice Flyers.

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Olive Branch is currently the home of some of the best girls’ basketball talent in the state, most recently personified in Lady Quistor senior point guard Myah Taylor, the reigning two-time Gatorade state Player of the Year.

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LaKeiya Lane’s hot start for the Northeast Mississippi Community College women’s basketball team has officially been recognized with one of the state’s top accolades.

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The Mississippi RiverKings will use the SPHL hockey team’s game with Pensacola Saturday night as a means of aiding the recovery and rebuilding efforts from this week’s tragic wildfires in the Gatlinburg and East Tennessee areas. 

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Olive Branch softball player Rachel Sternisha (seated, center) has signed a letter of intent to play softball at Itawamba Community College next season. The infielder has played shortstop and second base during her Lady Quistors career and also plays on a competitive team called the Lady Tig…

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Devin Mantha scored a pair of goals and Dillon Fox notched a goal and an assist as the Mississippi RiverKings (9-4-0) peppered the Knoxville Ice Bears' (8-3-1) for 50 shots in a 5-3 victory in Southaven on Saturday night.

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Cullen Bradshaw tallied a goal and an assist and Brad Barone stopped 30 of 31 shots against as the Mississippi RiverKings (8-4-0) got back into the win column with a 4-1 road victory over the Columbus Cottonmouths (4-7-0) in Columbus, Ga. on Friday night.

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One of the more dominant volleyball players in DeSoto County this past season looks to make a similar impact on the college scene, when Center Hill’s Kapria Manning heads to Christian Brothers University in Memphis next season. 

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One of the more dominant volleyball players in DeSoto County this past season looks to make a similar impact on the college scene, when Center Hill’s Kapria Manning heads to Christian Brothers University in Memphis next season. 

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The Mississippi RiverKings (7-4-0) made a push late, but fell to the Pensacola Ice Flyers (3-4-3) 2-1 on Wednesday night in Pensacola, Fla.

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The floor where Northpoint Christian School plays basketball and volleyball now has a name. The Trojans and Lady Trojans are now competing on “Manley Court,” which Monday night was named in honor of the school’s president, David Manley, who has been a part of Northpoint and Southern Baptist …

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Ole Miss receiver Evan Engram hauls in a pass reception for a touchdown during last Saturday night’s loss at Vanderbilt. Engram, named this week to the 2017 Senior Bowl roster, and the Rebels will host in-state rival Mississippi State Saturday afternoon in the annual Egg Bowl game.

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Itawamba Community College’s baseball program has added two DeSoto Central players to next year’s roster as Cason Milliorn recently signed a letter of intent to the program. 

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Seattle Seahawks fans recently saw this billboard along their travels in the Pacific Northwest city proclaiming Seahawks linebacker and former Olive Branch Conquistador K.J. Wright as part of the Mississippi State “family.” The billboard is part of the school’s #FromStateToSundays digital bi…

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When Olive Branch and Center Hill meet on the basketball floor, electricity in the building ratchets up several levels, because, “the schools don’t like each other,” said one observer about the in-city hoops rivalry. 

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Alcorn State University plucked a talented infielder-outfielder from DeSoto County when Center Hill High School’s Teona Bowles signed a letter of intent to play for the Braves next season.

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The Mississippi RiverKings (7-3-0) won their fourth game in a row Sunday 4-3 in overtime at the Landers Center in Southaven, using a pair of power play goals in the victory. 

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The Lake Cormorant football Gators are one step away from the MHSAA 5A state championship game but will have to get through a tough West Point team to make the state finals in Starkville.

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The Mississippi High School Activities Association Thursday made official what had been suspected for weeks, that one DeSoto County athletic program will be making a move down a classification next season for fall and winter sports. 

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The Mississippi RiverKings have announced that defenseman Joe Sova has been called up to the Fort Wayne Komets of the “AA” ECHL.

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A key component to Northpoint Christian School’s Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s (TSSAA) run to a Division II-A state girls basketball championship last year has signed a letter of intent to play at Liberty University next season. 

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Northwest Mississippi Community College's football team has accepted an invitation to play in the 2016 C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl, marking the school's 11th all-time bowl appearance and third in the last five years.

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Indicative of what may be a western migration of top boys’ basketball talent from DeSoto County, Horn Lake senior guard Jitaurious Gordon has signed to play next season at Northern Arizona University, an NCAA Division I school in Flagstaff, Ariz.

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When Hernando’s Cameron Hall takes the softball field next season, it will be as a freshman member of the Northwest Mississippi Community College Lady Rangers. Hall, a senior infield on the Lady Tigers’ squad, has signed a letter of intent to play at Northwest after she graduates this spring.

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When the DeSoto Central softball team takes the field in the spring, a good share of the Lady Jags infield will already know where they will be playing the following year. In fact, two of them will be teammates again on the same, but different team.

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The Mississippi RiverKings (5-3-0) won their second game in a row with a 6-4 victory and completed the weekend sweep against the Fayetteville FireAntz (3-5-0) at the Landers Center Saturday night.

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Northwest Mississippi Community College's bid to defend its MACJC Championship fell just short on Saturday afternoon at Sullivan-Windham Field, with the Rangers dropping a hard-fought 38-30 decision at East Mississippi.

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It was a great bounce back win for the Mississippi RiverKings (4-3-0) in Peter Di Salvo's first start of the season with a 3-1 win over the Fayetteville FireAntz (3-4-0) at the Landers Center Friday night, Nov. 11.

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