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The need to rebound into the win column is now the immediate goal for the Gentry High Rams football team.
After absorbing a turnover-laden 44-14 loss to visiting North Panola High of Sardis last Friday night, the now 2-2 Rams will travel to Belzoni this Friday for a 7 p.m. non-regional clash with the 0-4 Humphreys County Cowboys.
The path to a victory is not getting any easier for the Ruleville Central High Tigers.
After seeing their record fall to 1-3 following last Friday’s 24-6 loss to O’Bannon High of Greenville, the Tigers will travel to Itta Bena this Friday to take on a 3-1 Leflore County High squad.
Indianola native and 2015 Gentry High School graduate Ladarius Galloway was once recruited by the Ole Miss Rebels.
Last Saturday, Galloway lit up the box score in Oxford, but he did so as a running back for the University of Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks football team.
RUSTON, La. (AP) — Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen took a long look at a sheet of statistics that included three blocked extra points, one blocked punt and an 87-yard fumble, and came to the same conclusion as thousands of other college football fans.
"It was a strange game at times, wasn't it," Mullen said.
Two weeks into the college football season, Mississippi's three NCAA FBS teams are pretty much where we thought they would be.
Thursday night’s road game for the Mississippi Delta Community College Trojans did not end with a victory, but one Indianola native was able to leave the field on a high note.
Sophomore running back Marquivius Kirkham scored the lone touchdown for MDCC in a 51-10 loss at Jones County Junior College.
An already tough day for Louisiana Tech got even worse Saturday when it lost an amazing 87 yards on a fumble in the fourth quarter.
After opening the District 1E portion of their schedule with last Friday’s 44-28 road decision over Marvell (AR) Academy, the North Sunflower Academy Rebels take another week off from action due to an open date.
Photo by: Vikki Peay
The NSA Rebel junior varsity squad squared off against Greenville Christian School recently. Above, quarterback Jacob Henley and Coach Michael Ward talk strategy and to the right, Jacob Gentry takes the ball on the run during the 52-30 loss.