Winona football coach Joey Tompkins was looking forward to spring football practice as an opportunity to see Jekeyvion Burnley at quarterback and see who might replace eight graduated starters on defense. But there won't be spring practice this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
What could have been a surprising season came to an abrupt halt for the J.Z. George girls fast-pitch softball team when it was announced all athletic events would be halted because of the coronavirus outbreak almost two weeks ago.
Mississippi High School Activities Association executive director Don Hinton succinctly summed up the state of high school athletics in Mississippi in a handful of words – “It's all up in the air.”
What we know now, subject to change at any time:
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.