Area Sports

CSHS tromps Jefferson Co.

Both the Tigers and the Lady Tigers more than doubled Jefferson County’s final scores last Tuesday night and coasted to easy home-court wins. This marked the first game Coach Broderick Owens had his full team together since the football season ended the week before. Read More in the Meteor’s E-Edition

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C. S. High School loses one basketball game to weather

The Tigers and Lady Tigers lost a playing date last week when severe weather Tuesday night caused a cancellation. CSHS travelled Thursday night to face the Port Gibson Blue Wave for what would be Crystal Springs’ only game of the week. The Lady Tigers continued their winning ways with a solid 55 – 33 victory.…

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Crystal Springs High School football out of playoffs

It’s hard to overcome turnovers against a good football team. Crystal Springs re-lived that tried and true saying at Bassfield last Friday night as they were knocked out of the playoffs 40 – 0 by a very good Jefferson Davis County (JDC) football team. JDC scored halfway through the first quarter on a five-yard run.…

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CSHS basketball week one roundup

Lady Tigers The girls breezed their way through last Tuesday’s matchup with St. Joseph to a home-opening 80 – 25 win. Eleven Lady Tigers shot their way into the scoring column as Coach Katrecia Craig used the mismatch to give her players meaningful minutes Tigers The boys made it a clean sweep Thursday posting a…

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Tigers win their way to the round of 16

Tigers win their way to the round of 16 Crystal Springs High School won its first playoff game since 1989 last season. This past Friday night the team traveled to Forest and doubled that number with the second playoff win since 1989, this time 35 – 14. The Tigers travel to Bassfield Friday to play…

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CSHS advances to football playoffs

A 40 – 0 win at St. Andrew’s last Friday night vaulted Crystal Springs into the state playoffs. Their first game is set on the road against Forest this Friday night. Forest had a different kind of season. Losing the first five contests, they never won a game until the last half of their season.…

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Crystal Springs drops second in a row

It was a muddy field at CSHS last Friday night with off-and-on rain throughout the contest. The Tigers handled the elements fine but couldn’t quite handle the opposition and lost their second heartbreaker in a row, this time to Yazoo County 19 – 15. The loss tasted even more bitter because it was Senior Night…

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Colonels end season with loss to Silliman

By Joe Coates The long 2019 football season came to an end for the Copiah Academy Colonels last Friday night after a 43-22 loss to the Silliman Wildcats. The Colonels dropped their last 6 games of the season and finished 2-8. Joseph Granger scored the first points for Copiah on a 38-yard field goal attempt…

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