Carroll Academy baseball coach Bo Milton was starting to make some progress with the school’s baseball team before the school left for spring break.
Despite an extremely wet spring that cancelled several games, Milton said he saw plenty of positives and was excited about playing the district schedule.
This has certainly been a senior year that Carroll Academy’s Gracie Turner won’t forget.
Turner was named the captain of the Carroll Academy dance squad and was voted at Miss Carroll Academy by the student body.
Winona Christian’s Reed Roberts recently added another accomplishment to an already impressive high school athletics resume.
Roberts recently played in the MAIS Class 3A-5A All-Star Basketball game. Roberts was also chosen to play the MAIS All-star football game as well for the Stars.
The Winona Christian Stars won three out of four games during spring break last week.
The Stars took a pair of blowout wins on Tuesday, beating Riverside 16-0 and Yazoo City 10-0. On Wednesday, the Stars lost 7-3 to East Rankin but bounced back and beat the Patriots 6-3 in the second game of a doubleheader.
Carroll Academy’s Reese Fulton showed that he certainly belonged in the MAIS Class 3A-5A boys all-star basketball game.
Fulton was among 24 players chosen for the team and played on the blue team, which took a 94-73 win in the contest.
Despite not starting in the game, Fulton had a solid game with 12 points and nine rebounds.
Marshall Academy took a one-run win over Winona Christian on Tuesday. The Stars returned the favor on Friday.
Winona Christian and Marshall Academy split a pair of games this past week as the Patriots won 5-4 on Tuesday while the Stars won 4-3 on Friday.