The North Sunflower Academy Rebels hardwood teams will be on Thanksgiving break and don’t have game action until Monday December 2nd. They’ll travel to Arkansas to take on Lee Academy with action beginning at 4:00 p.m.
School hours are spent getting the education needed to be successful in life. On the basketball court, North Sunflower coaches are working hard to educate as well. From junior high to high school, both the boys’ and girls’ teams are young and inexperienced.
Although the regular season record showed a losing record for the Trojans, the team improved on the field. A reflection of that progress was quite evident when six Mississippi Delta Community College Trojans garnered post season honors.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
Dang, where did fall go? Has anyone seen my warm gloves?
Boy howdy, temps have fallen below the frost line at night and aren’t seeing much in the way you’d call warm for the near future.
Miller was in the thick of just about every major war and conflict from the late 1980s until his 2008 retirementBy BY MARK H. STOWERS FOR THE E-T,
The outdoors loving high school kid from New Mexico traveled the world as a member of the Army Special Forces keeping the rest of us safe and free.
Inverness resident, Kevin Miller retired from the military in 2008 after 24 years serving his country and sacrificing a few body parts.
Suicide is a world-wide problem and the 10th leading cause of death in the United States.
With the pressures of education bearing down more on today’s students, the problem continues to spread across college campuses.
But that’s where the Jordan Porco Foundation’s Fresh Check Program steps in to help.
With a short week of practice and a “homecoming win high,” the Trojans could only muster seven points on the road as they lost to Itawamba Community College, 41-7 last Thursday night. But with an upcoming homegame Saturday against a tough Holmes Community College team, MDCC Head Coach Jeff Tatum expects better play from his team.
Homecoming was sweet at Mississippi Delta Community College. The Trojans (2-4 overall, 2-2 conference) led the whole way and an exciting finish capped off a 20-13 conference win over Northeast Community College (3-3 overall, 2-2 conference) and gave MDCC a two-game winning streak.
When you combine the August heat with the intensity that is the Mississippi Association of Junior College Football conference game, well, that’s a level Dante never even imagined.
The number 12 nationally ranked Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Bulldogs visit the Trojans Thursday night for a 7:00 p.m. matchup.