Indianola Academy athletes Spencer Roberson and Thomas Putnam signed commitments to play at the junior college level next year. Roberson will be a dual sport athlete at Hinds Community College, kicking for the football team and playing for the baseball squad as well. Putnam will play baseball at Mississippi Delta Community College.
The near-incessant rains are continuing to play havoc with the Gentry High Rams baseball schedule.
As a result of Tuesday’s game with Canton High having been washed away, the Rams will try once more this week to set foot on their diamond.
Continuing to dodge the rain, the Indianola Academy Colonels baseball team was able to open their new season Monday night by splitting a double header.
In this twin-bill played at Kirk Academy in Grenada, the Colonels rebounded from a 6-5 first game loss with a 12-6 weather shortened victory over the Raiders in the nightcap.
Ten years ago Ben Van Cleve crushed the first-ever home run at Indianola’s Chism Park.
The road since traveled has now taken the former Indianola Academy star to the pinnacle level of college baseball while playing the game for the Ole Miss Rebels.
The 2019-20 basketball season came to an end Monday night for the Gentry High Lady Rams.
As a result of their 36-24 first round 4A state playoff loss to Tishomingo County High in Iuka, the Lady Rams closed out their season with a 16-14 record.
The 2019-20 basketball season came to an abrupt halt for the Gentry High Rams Tuesday night on their own court.
Suffering a hard-to-swallow 60-59 round one State 4A playoff loss to New Albany High School, the Rams saw their season end with a stellar 24-7 record.
The postseason has now begun.
Taking a 23-5 basketball record into Wednesday night’s clash with Clarksdale High School, the Gentry High Rams were also taking their first step into the 2019-20 state playoff competition.