The Forest Bearcats lost their Saturay Soccer match to Ridgeland 4-3 but not before Senior... READ MORE
East Central Community College freshman defensive back Keonte’ Daniels has been named to both the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges First Team All-State South Offense and the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 23 First Team Offense for his play during the recently completed 2017 season.
All of the students of Forest Elementary lined the sidewalk in front of the school and chanted, “When I say red, you say blue, red and blue” lead by a few of the Bearcat cheerleaders as the Forest High School varsity football team marched along the sidewalk in front of the school last Friday afternoon.
The Bearcats continue to move their way up the 2017 MHSAA Football Championship bracket by winning their second-round home match which was played against the valiant Tylertown Chiefs with a score of Forest 14 and Tylertown 7.
The Morton Panthers, whose record at the end of the season is 5-7, suffered a tough loss against the Hazlehurst Indians (9-2) last Friday night in the first round of the MHSAA (Mississippi High School Athletic Association) Championship playoffs.
In a neutral playoff game, the Lake Hornets were overcome by the Calhoun City Wildcats, who boasted a record of 9-2. This was a first-round playoff game for both teams, which means that with this win the Wildcats will progress to round two and Lake’s phenomenal season comes to an end.
The 2017 MHSAA (Mississippi High School Athletic Association) Football Championships are underway as last week Forest’s Bearcats faced off against the Wilkinson County Wildcats in the first round of the 3A division playoffs.
The Sebastopol Bobcats were defeated by the West Lowndes Panthers last Friday night. This brings the Bobcats to the end of their fateful season with their eighth loss in a row, but they went out fighting.
First-round jitters were nowhere to be found for the Scott Central Rebels as they clashed with the East Webster Wolverines in round one of the MHSAA Championship playoffs last Friday night. True to form, the Rebels nailed every aspect of the game — offense, defense, and special teams — to attain a shutout victory against the Wolverines.