Water is pictured crossing County Road 286 spilling from McDonald Lake. Supervisor Jim Neill said the road may have to be closed due to weather conditions but no decision has to be made.
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The Carroll Academy Rebels created the memory of a lifetime with a dramatic baseball win last week.
Carroll scored nine runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to post a 9-8 come-from-behind win over Marshall Academy on Tuesday.
Marshall came back and beat the Rebels 17-6 on Thursday.
J.Z. George had three wins and a loss in the past week. The Jaguars swept Ruleville Central in a doubleheader and defeated Holmes County Central, but lost to Humphreys County.
The Jaguars received 35 walks in beating Ruleville Central 21-11 and 13-4.
Winona easily won the boys and girls 2-2A track meet last week. The boys finished with 161 points to 89 for runner-up Calhoun City. They were followed by Leflore County with 87 points, Eupora with 24 and East Webster with 7.
Winona swept a softball doubleheader with J.Z. George, winning 28-1 and 16-0. Both games lasted three innings.
“My girls made a lot of errors in the field and just couldn't get their bats on the ball like they needed,” said J.Z. George Coach Jamie Tucker. The Lady Jaguars managed four hits in the two games.
J.Z. George finished third among six teams in the District 3-3A boys track meet last week at Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena. The girls were fifth.
The boys finished with 83 points, trailing Yazoo County with 138 points and Amanda Elzy with 89.
According to Beat 5 Supervisor Rickie Corley, the Carroll County Bridge Crew repaired the bridge near the Vaiden Baptist Church Family Life Center on County Road 42 recently, but the state ordered it closed last week.
The Carroll County Development Association honored Carroll County’s educators Monday night with a dinner at The County Barn in Carrollton. The 2018 Teachers of the Year and Special Recognition Award winners were honored at the event. (From left) J.Z.
The two percent tourism tax bill, that would allow the Town of North Carrollton to hold a referendum vote to enact a two percent tourism tax on prepared food and beverage sold in the town limits, did not get legislative approval during the recent session of the Mississippi Legislature.