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Lady Wolves eliminated by Lady Gators

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CCHS volleyball 10-20

The first season of volleyball for the Cleveland Central High School Lady Wolves came to a swift end here Thursday night at the Margaret Wade Gymnasium.

In a match that lasted just one hour and six minutes, the Lake Cormorant Lady Gators swept the Lady Wolves in three straight sets to pick up the win in the first round of the Class II State Volleyball Playoffs. Lake Cormorant improved to 25-15 and will play Lafayette in the second round Tuesday, while CCHS ended its year at 10-12.

No. 19 DSU ready for showdown with VSU

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DSU coaching staff 10-18

One of the great rivalries in the Gulf South Conference will take place Saturday at Parker Field-McCool Stadium as the 19th ranked Delta State University Statesmen will host the Valdosta State University Blazers.

The two teams will be meeting each other for the 37th time with DSU leading the all-time series 20-15-1. The Blazers, however, have won the last two meetings between the two teams. Kickoff for the game is set for 2 p.m.

Wolves howl again for Win No. 9 with victory over Jaguars

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Thomas Shot 10-16

As the football season has continued each week, the competition for the Cleveland Central High School Wolves has gotten tougher and tougher.

When the Wolves faced the Holmes County Central Jaguars for their first ever homecoming here Friday night at Parker Field-McCool Stadium, the game didnt turn out to be the easy win many would like to see on a homecoming event.

High School Football Standings

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High School Football Standings

Region 2-5A

Team              Reg.                Overall

Cl. Central     3-0                  8-0

CCHS sweeps Pearl in Round 2

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The Cleveland Central Lady Wolves continued their great run in the Class III Slow Pitch Softball State Playoffs as they swept the Pearl High School Lady Pirates in a best-of-three series in the second round of the playoffs Tuesday at Pearl.

 

CCHS won the first game 13-8 and the second game 16-5. The Lady Wolves improved to 15-6. CCHS will now advance to the third round of the playoffs where the Lady Wolves will host Northwest Rankin Saturday in a best-of-three series with the first pitch set for 2 p.m.

 

CCHS sweeps Pearl in Round 2

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The Cleveland Central Lady Wolves continued their great run in the Class III Slow Pitch Softball State Playoffs as they swept the Pearl High School Lady Pirates in a best-of-three series in the second round of the playoffs Tuesday at Pearl.

CCHS won the first game 13-8 and the second game 16-5. The Lady Wolves improved to 15-6. CCHS will now advance to the third round of the playoffs where the Lady Wolves will host Northwest Rankin Saturday in a best-of-three series with the first pitch set for 2 p.m.

CCHS wins Class II, Region 3 Championship with win over Clarksdale

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The Cleveland Central High School Lady Wolves made history as they won the Class II, Region 3 Volleyball Championship in their first year as a school by defeating the Clarksdale High School Lady Wildcats in a region match that went four games here Tuesday evening at the Margaret Wade Gymnasium.

CCHS improved to 10-8 overall with a 10-0 mark in the region. CCHS is scheduled to host Lake Cormorant in the first round of the Class II Volleyball Playoffs on Oct. 19.

Prep Football

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Cleveland Central 21, Vicksburg 14

The Cleveland Central High School Wolves, ranked fourth in 5A and ninth overall in the state in the Mississippi Associated Press Prep Polls, continued their remarkable unbeaten run as they defeated the Vicksburg High School Gators in Region 2-5A action Friday night in Vicksburg. 

CCHS improved to 8-0 with a perfect 3-0 mark in the region, while Vicksburg fell to 1-6 with a 1-3 mark in the region. 

Bayou falls short to Silliman, finishes AAA State Runner-Up

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Misery 1

CLINTON, La. — After four hours of grueling softball were completed on a scorching 90-degree day, a AAA State Fast Pitch Softball Champion was crowned here Friday.

The North Champion Bayou Academy Lady Colts had to take their red plated, runner-up trophy with sadness and hug each other on the field in tears as their successful season come to a heartbreaking end with two consecutive losses to the South Champion Silliman Institute Lady Wildcats to close out best-of-three series and the season.

The Lady Colts lost the first game 4-3 and the second game 12-1. Bayou finished its year at 29-6, while Silliman won its third consecutive state championship and finished its year at 36-4-3.