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The J.Z. George girls and boys basketball teams both went 0-2 on the hardwood last week as they played road games at Charleston High and McAdams High School.
The Jaguars, who dropped to 6-11 on the season, battled McAdams after a rough start in the first quarter to only lose 66-62 to the Bulldogs Friday night in McAdams.
The Winona Christian girls team won two out of three contests this past week while the boys also managed to pick up a win.
The Lady Stars beat Marshall 46-41 and Lee Academy 33-29 but dropped a district contest to Oak Hill 54-48.
The Stars picked up a 45-33 win over Lee while falling 61-38 to Marshall and 36-25 to Oak Hill.
The Carroll Academy Lady Rebels won a pair of games last week, including a big district win against Oak Hill.
The Lady Rebels beat Oak Hill 47-33 on Tuesday and followed that up with a 52-48 win over rival Kirk on Friday night.
A goal by Garrett Ables gave the Winona boys soccer team a 1-0 victory over Mississippi School for Math and Science. It was the Tigers second win of the season against MSMS in Region 4 games for 3A/2A/1A schools. The Lady Tigers were defeated 8-1. Krystle Hughes scored the team’s goal.
The Winona boys and girls basketball teams returned from the holiday break with victories over Ethel.
The play of Sean Merritt led the Tigers to a 62-39 victory. The Lady Tigers made 25 of 30 free throws in a 63-58 victory.
Carroll Academy opened up the New Year with a pair of big wins, sweeping rival Winona Christian on Friday.
The Lady Rebels opened the action with a 30-29 come-from-behind win over the Lady Stars while the Rebels flexed their muscles with a 61-40 win over the Stars.
The Jaguars of J.Z. George flexed their muscles at the East Webster Tournament last weekend as they went 2-1 during the three-day tournament in Cumberland.
The Jaguars, who stand at 6-8 overall, knocked off Pillow Academy and Oak Hill Academy on Saturday and Friday, respectively. J.Z. George lost to the host school on Thursday.
It was a simple decision for Alex Rawls.
Rawls, who has served as the athletic director, assistant football coach and assistant principal at J.Z. George High School the last 2 1/2 years, resigned from his positions in North Carrollton to join the staff at Eupora High School.
Rawls and his family live in Eupora.