Sports-Outdoors

SP budget proposed

The South Panola School District held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new SP fieldhouse and indoor practice facility on Tuesday, June 19. On hand to take part in the ceremony was from left: David Rubenstein, Director of Finance and Business Operations; Trea Higdon, Athletics Director; Ricky Woods; SPHS Head Football Coach; Susan Woods, wife of Coach…

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SP earns championship berth

South Panola shortstop Denver Brown tags a Southaven runner at second in early week State Game action. The Panolian photo by Glennie Pou By Brad Greer The South Panola baseball team got the 2018 State baseball games off to an impressive start with a pair of easy wins Tuesday at Tiger Field. The Tigers improved…

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Cinderella teams alive in baseball championships

By Brad Greer It seems every year there is team that comes out of nowhere and takes college baseball world by storm. Two years ago little known Coastal Carolina caught fire at the end of the season and rode that wave of momentum all the way to a National Championship. This year’s Cinderella team looks…

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Panolian errors

Due to some internal miscommunications, the service guide did not run in The Panolian printed edition today. There are also some stories which jumped to that page and will be available on our website in their entirety. The Panolian staff apologizes for the inconvenience.

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South Panola fieldhouse torn down

The demolition of the South Panola field house has started to make way for the new field house and indoor facility.   <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/IVrL9nnuW48?ecver=1″ frameborder=”0″ allow=”autoplay; encrypted-media” allowfullscreen></iframe>

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Summer is most important time in football season

Summer is most important time in football season High school football is always a traditional event that starts in the fall for the people standing on the outside, but in December after the final game is played, you are back in the weight room and on the field getting cardio in to make sure you…

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Karate student named grand champion

Karate student named grand champion Members of the Batesville Karate Club attended two tournaments of the Southern Martial Arts championships, both in Madison. Makinza Talley has emerged as a serious contender. Talley was named the overall Grand Champion for the three tournaments this season in the children’s 18-and-under category. She won first in forms and…

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Magnolia Heights baseball claims state championship

Magnolia Heights baseball claims state championship By Brad Greer Just like Ford Motor Company rolls new cars off the assembly line, Magnolia Heights  keeps winning championships. For the seventh time in eight years, the baseball factory out of Senatobia hoisted up the MAIS Division 2 Class 4A state championship trophy  recently with a two-game sweep…

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Enid Lake recreation season in full swing for summer

Enid Lake recreation season in full swing for summer By Enid Lake Park Rangers Currently, the lake level at Enid Lake is 258.60 feet above mean sea level, with the gates opened to a total of four feet. Normal water level for this time of year is 250 feet above mean sea level. Enid Lake…

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St. Jude Bass Classic returns this weekend

St. Jude Bass Classic returns this weekend The St. Jude Bass Classic will hold its 46th annual Bass Classic the weekend of May 26 through 27 at Sardis Lake. Tournament Check-In is from 1 to 3  p.m. at Batesville Civic Center, Saturday, May 26. Optional Big Bass Pot, sponsored by City Auto, is $25 Per…

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