Friday Night Finals

Calhoun City 28, West Bolivar 0
Calhoun Academy 42, Hebron 12
French Camp 34, Vardaman 6
Water Valley 42, Bruce 0

Armstrong will never forget his football days

Calhoun City Senior Jalen Armstrong said there’s nothing like the feeling of putting on the Wildcat uniform on Friday nights.

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Ripley scores late to knock off Wildcats

Calhoun City scored in the closing seconds of the opening quarter and held on to that 6-0 lead until the final seconds of the game when Ripley found the end zone to pull out a 7-6 win at D.L. Harrison Field.

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Trojans run to another victory at Coffeeville

The Bruce Trojans got off to a slow start, but ultimately found their rhythm in the ground game churning out nearly 300 yards in a 42-0 win at Coffeeville Friday night.

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Rams romp Coldwater 35-0

The Vardaman Rams closed out the non-region portion of their schedule with a dominating 35-0 home win over Coldwater.

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Injuries cripple Cougars in loss to Delta Streets

Calhoun Academy appeared on their way to a win leading Delta Streets 26-6 early last Friday night. Then the injury bug bit again and the end result was a 72-50 loss.

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Calhoun City are top ranked 2A team in North Mississippi

Calhoun City is currently ranked fifth in the state in Class 2A by the Associated Press, but are the top ranked team in the North. [Read more...]

Rangers Looking to Reach Fourth Straight MACJC Football Title Game

After three straight NJCAA Top 10 finishes, three straight trips to the MACJC title game and three consecutive bowl berths, Northwest Mississippi Community College will open the season ranked fifth according to and Street & Smith's Magazine and sixth in the NJCAA.

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Bruce rushes to win over Vardaman in penalty-fest

Bruce overcame 20 penalties in large part due to the running of Deavion Cullins to defeat Vardaman 27-12 for the first time in three years.
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Mistakes, cramping costly as Calhoun City falls to Houston

Statistically it was an even game, but self-inflicted mistakes and lack of comparable depth proved the difference in Calhoun City's 20-6 loss at Houston Friday.
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