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Gators focused on O’Bannon

SHELBY — On a warm Thursday afternoon, a determined group of young football players for the newly formed North Side High School went to practice ready to open their football season. They started the week in separate towns and separate schools as some players were playing at John F. Kennedy…
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Shannon swinging hot bat for Missoula

Former Delta State University baseball standout Zack Shannon continues to impress. Shannon, who finished his career at DSU this spring by hitting a state collegiate record 31 home runs with a school-record 93 RBIs to go with a .406 batting average, has made his presence felt in the Pioneer League…
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MVSU Alumni Chapter to host “Meet & Greet” The Bolivar County Mississippi Valley State University Alumni Chapter is hosting a “Meet & Greet” event on Aug. 9 at the United Family Life Center at 1101 Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Drive in Cleveland. All alumni and friends of MVSU are…
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Ainsworths leave lasting legacy at DSU

In the world of athletics, the players are highlighted for their accomplishments on the field and their physical talents. The coaches get attention for how they develop a player or win and lose on the field or on the court. You have the cheerleaders that fire the crowd up and…
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Cleveland 10s finish second at state

With their backs against the wall in the championship round of the Dixie Youth AAA State Baseball Tournament in St. Martin Tuesday, the Cleveland 10-year-old All-Stars had to defeat the Columbia All-Stars twice to win the state championship and advance to the Dixie Youth AAA World Series in Lumberton, N.C.…
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DSU swim teams have 14 earn All-American Scholar honors

The Delta State University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are showing that the pool isn’t the only place they shine as they’ve embraced the role of being student-athletes. The women’s team, with a team grade-point-average of 3.52, is one of only 24 Division II women’s swimming teams to…
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