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Itawamba Community College golfer Cameron Foster of Southaven has qualified for the NJCAA District D golf championship by virtue of his season-long scoring average in meets for the Indians, including the recent Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College state tournament. Foster …

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Members of the MHSAA 5A state boys’ basketball championship team from Olive Branch High School were given a proclamation from Mayor Scott Phillips and the city Board of Aldermen at the Tuesday, April 17 meeting. The city declared Tuesday as OBHS Men’s Basketball Day in recognition of its 25-…

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* The Mississippi RiverKings’ season came to an end Sunday with Huntsville’s 5-2 victory in the SPHL Challenge Round series. The RiverKings fell in three games to the Havoc, which selected Mississippi as its opponent in the Challenge Round format used by the league this year. After a delay o…

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Hernando High School softball player Caroline Casey Wednesday signed a letter of intent to play next season at the University of Southern Mississippi. Casey has also been a part of the Lady Tigers’ basketball and volleyball programs during her high school athletic career. Caroline (front row…

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High school and college baseball is well underway in DeSoto County and the Mid-South, but starting Thursday, the “Boys of Summer,” who inhabit AutoZone Park at the corner of B.B. King Boulevard and Union Avenue in Memphis, will start their season.

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The Lewisburg High School baseball team Tuesday improved to 14-4 for the season with an 11-1 MHSAA 5A-1 district victory over Center Hill. Pitcher Bryce Brock struck out seven in getting the complete-game victory with the contest being halted by the 10-run rule in the sixth inning. Brock als…

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* Marquis Teague, the standout guard who led the Memphis Hustle during its inaugural year in Southaven, Tuesday was given a contract with the NBA Memphis Grizzlies for the rest of the season. Teague moved up to the Grizzlies on a 10-day contract on March 24, just before the end of the NBA G …

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* Marquis Teague, the standout guard who led the Memphis Hustle during its inaugural year in Southaven, Tuesday was given a contract with the NBA Memphis Grizzlies for the rest of the season. Teague moved up to the Grizzlies on a 10-day contract on March 24, just before the end of the NBA G …

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Lewisburg basketball seniors (from left) Claire Fleming and Ariel Tunstall have signed their scholarship letters to play next season at Northwest Mississippi Community College. The duo helped lead the Lady Patriots to a school record-breaking 19-13 season.

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Dan Tedesco scored two goals and the RiverKings rode a three-goal first period to take down the Pensacola Ice Flyers in the final road game of the regular season Tuesday night in Florida by a score of 5-2.  

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The Memphis Hustle finished its first season in the NBA G League winning four of the team’s last five games and closing out with a record of 21-29. Only Salt Lake City finished lower than the Hustle in the Western Conference standings with a 16-34 mark. 

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The Lake Cormorant powerlifting team that competed in the USA Powerlifting High School Championships las weekend in Appleton, Wis. won Mississippi’s first-ever national championship with nine of the 10 powerlifters finishing in the top 10. Cordarius Harris won the 59 kilogram national title …

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Lewisburg’s Bryce Brock did it all for the Patriots and got some help in his team’s 11-1, six-inning district 5A-1 victory over Olive Branch on Wednesday. As a pitcher, Brock stymied Conquistador hitters with 15 strikeouts in the complete-game win. As a hitter, Brock had three hits and three…

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The new United Soccer League professional franchise in Memphis has named Andrew Bell as its Sporting Director. Bell, who previously worked with the Charleston (S.C.) Battery, will handle all player and technical staff-related decisions and building the team’s front office. Currently known as…

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No stranger to late game heroics this season, Marquis Teague pulled up from 21 feet and nailed a jumper at the buzzer as the Hustle beat the Windy City Bulls 121-120 in double overtime Saturday at Sears Centre Arena. The Hustle trailed by as many as 21 and won its first overtime game in fran…

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