There's a reason why Decoreyon Small is The Clarion-Ledger's state high school athlete of the week. The Montgomery County senior scored 22 points in a 60-31 win over French Camp, then had a virtuoso performance in a 66-63 victory over Durant in a key MHSAA Region 5-1A game.
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The Lady Tigers of Winona High School defeated Eupora 36-32 last week between losses to Calhoun City 59-34 and East Webster 53-19.
The Lady Tigers led Eupora 23-13 at the half and held on for the win. “Again, we didn't finish real well,” said coach Veronica Helms. “But I'm pleased. It's a district opponent.”
Not only was it a long week for the Winona Christian basketball teams, it was not as productive as they had hoped.
The Stars lost all three contests they played as they dropped two to Oak Hill by scores of 48-44 and 43-32. They also lost a 51-33 decision to Central Holmes last Monday.
WINONA -- A missing Columbus woman was found safe in Montgomery County Friday afternoon.
According to Montgomery County Sheriff Bubba Nix, the focus of a statewide Silver Alert was found safe and sound just south of Winona Friday afternoon.
For those who owe court fines in Winona, Chief Tommy Bibbs has a deal for you.
Beginning February 1, 2018, those owing outstanding court fines and make the incentive to pay those fines without police promoting will receive “amnesty,” Bibbs said.
The Winona Elementary School’s Kindergarteners celebrated the 100th day of school Wednesday by dressing like a 100 year old. Pictured are (front, left to right) Eli Jones, Tyler Nason, Samuel Blackwell, Gaines Rodgers, Sophie Hunt, Aubrey Mims, A’keliah Brady, Larry McGlothin, Ardrianna Collins, (back) Isabel Reed, Sadie Hunt, and Kasen Surre