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Lewisburg High School volleyball player Noa Parks was introduced as the Athlete of the Month at Friday's Memphis Hustle basketball game against Iowa at the Landers Center in Southaven. Parks plans to attend and play volleyball at Mississippi College next season.  

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Lewisburg girls’ soccer play Ally Bailey has signed a letter in intent to play soccer next season at Delta State University. Ally (second from right) is joined by (from left) father Jody, brother Eli and mother Angela Bailey. Scotti Miles is her coach at Lewisburg.

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Late rallies by the opposition hit the Memphis Hustle twice in the team’s first back-to-back contests of the NBA G League season Saturday and Sunday. With losses at home to the South Bay Lakers on Saturday and at the Iowa Wolves on Sunday, Memphis dropped to 5-6 for the season and fell into …

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Horn Lake High School students were welcomed to class Thursday morning with its band playing the school fight song and other pep songs with help from the football cheerleaders. The Eagles football team is heading to the MHSAA 6A state finals Friday night against Oak Grove at Southern Miss. 

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Fans of the Horn Lake Eagles football team were set to send their squad on the way to Hattiesburg Thursday morning in search of a gold football. The undefeated Eagles will be heading south for the University of Southern Mississippi and M.M. Roberts Stadium, where they face Oak Grove in the M…

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The Memphis Hustle defeated the Northern Arizona Suns 111-104 Tuesday night at the Prescott Valley Events Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona. After trailing by a slim margin for nearly the entire second half, the Hustle went on an 11-2 run over the game's final 1:55 to take the victory.

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It had all the hype of a heavyweight boxing title match that attracted likely the largest basketball crowd to the Landers Center in years. But in the end, two Memphis basketball recruits were better than one in the game between two of the top boys' basketball teams in the Mid-South.

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* The Itawamba Community College men’s golf team and Southaven native Garrett Moore are among the top-ranked junior college golf teams and players in the country. The Golfstat.com ranking of NJCAA Division II schools has the Indians at number 10 nationally and Moore ranked 29th with his 75.3…

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Olive Branch High School basketball standout has made official his signing to play next season at the University of Memphis. Jeffries had earlier signed his paperwork on the first day of the early signing period, making an event Monday afternoon, Nov. 19 a celebration event. From left are he…

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Horn Lake linebacker Nakobe Dean (17), earlier named Mr. Mississippi Football for 6A, Monday was named one of five finalists for the prestigious High School Butkus Award, given to the nation's top high school linebacker. The winner of the award will be announced shortly after the first of De…

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Two members of the defending MHSAA 6A state championship baseball team from DeSoto Central will soon become teammates at Mississippi State, having signed letters of intent to the school. They are (seated from left) shortstop/pitcher Kamren James and infielder/outfielder Hunter French. They a…

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Four members of the MHSAA 6A state softball championship team from DeSoto Central have signed scholarships to play next season. They are (seated from left) Sterling James (Jones County JC), Molly Beth Ferguson (Northwest Mississippi CC), Gracie Parsons (Mississippi Delta CC) and Callie Newma…

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Former Lewisburg catcher Alex Hay is one of two East Central Community College players who have signed letters of intent to continue their careers at the four-year college level. Hay (right) will head to Austin Peay State University, Tenn. after he concludes his sophomore season at East Cent…

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Five members of the Hernando High School baseball team have signed letters of intent to play college baseball next season. Two of the signed commitments are playing at the NCAA Division I level. From left, they are Ben Brantley (Louisiana Tech), Grant Johnson (East Central Community College)…

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Five members of the Hernando High School baseball team have signed letters of intent to play college baseball next season. Two of the signed commitments are playing at the NCAA Division I level. From left, they are Ben Brantley (Louisiana Tech), Grant Johnson (East Central Community College)…

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Two members of the defending MHSAA 6A state championship baseball team from DeSoto Central will soon become teammates at Mississippi State, having signed letters of intent to the school. They are (seated from left) shortstop/pitcher Kamren James and infielder/outfielder Hunter French. They a…

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Lewisburg senior volleyball player Noa Parks has signed a scholarship offer to play at Mississippi College next season. Parks is the Lady Patriots career leader in kills (1,415), digs (1,398) and aces (232). Seated from left are father Alan Parks, Noa Parks and mother Alishia Parks, along wi…

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