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Biggersville Lions 4-0 for First Time Since 2010

Staff reports The Biggersville Lions football team crushed Rossville (Tenn.) Christian Academy 59-6 Friday night. It was Biggersville’s homecoming game, and it brought the Lions to 4-0 for the first time since 2010. In the first quarter, Quamon Davis scored on a 20-yard touchdown run, and Quinton Knight was good on the point after. Later […]

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Bobo, Aggies Bruise Bulldogs

By Brad Locke For Corinth Today KOSSUTH – The Matthew Bobo triple threat was in full effect Friday night. And really, so was everything else for Kossuth. Bobo, a junior quarterback and defensive back, accounted for three touchdowns as Kossuth steamrolled New Albany 45-7. Bobo rushed for a touchdown, threw for another, and returned an […]

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Police, Firefighters Help Special Needs Disney Trip

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The Corinth Police Department, fire department, Mickey and Minnie Mouse are all coming together to help special needs children go to Disney World. The police department and fire department will face off against each other in a softball game Sept. 23 at 1 p.m. at the big baseball field at the Corinth city park. There […]

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High School Football Roundup

Kossuth 34, Tishomingo County 0: Five different Aggies got in the act, scoring touchdowns as they improved to 3-1. Isaiah Hill opened the scoring with a 55-yard fumble return. Zack Mitchell, Matthew Bobo, Austin Higgs and Kota Wichita added rushing TDs. Tish County (1-3) trailed only 7-0 at halftime. Biggersville 14, Tupelo Christian Preparatory School 7: Biggersville […]

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Corinth Man Races Cars for NFL Player

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A Corinth man and professional football player have a unique friendship. Shawn Ayers of Corinth drag races for Cox Racing, which is owned by Fletcher Cox, defensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles. “We enjoy a lot of time together at the racetrack and off the racetrack, too,” Ayers […]

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Corinth Chargers Help Youth Succeed On and Off the Field

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By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor As a children’s therapist, Xavier Neal knows kids need positive reinforcement. Neal and Red Clark are owners of the Corinth Chargers peewee football team, which has a big game Saturday against the Columbus Cowboys. “All the community’s support is going to be needed to root them on,” Neal […]

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Alcorn Central Offense Nearly Perfect in 47-28 Win, Coach Says

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today The Alcorn Central High School football team is 1-1 on the season after a 47-28 win over Middleton (Tenn.) Friday. Alcorn Central coach Brandon Cherry said his team was almost perfect on offense. The team never had to punt and was never stopped on downs but did have two fumbles. The […]

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Biggersville Lions 2-0 After Trouncing New Site 52-0

The Biggersville High School Lions football team is 2-0 on the season after Friday night’s 52-0 romping of New Site. Quamon Davis scored two touchdowns and rushed for 154 yards on eight carries. One of his touchdowns was on a 72-yard passing play from Quarterback Quonn Crump-Mayes. Crump-Mayes also had three running touchdowns, eight carries […]

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Corinth Warriors Crushed by Golden Wave

By Dalton Middleton For Corinth Today CORINTH – Stephon McGlaun and the Tupelo Golden Wave scored early and often in Friday night’s 48-0 blowout of Corinth. Tupelo racked up 424 yards and seven touchdowns. McGlaun led the way with 122 passing yards with one touchdown and 71 rushing yards with two TDs. On the ground […]

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Ripley Runs Over Kossuth 31-7

RIPLEY – Offensively, the Ripley Tigers did not wow many people last week against Itawamba AHS. This week was a different story. Ripley toted the ball 41 times, totaling 261 yards and four scores on the ground. Three of the Tigers’ scores came on runs by senior Michiko Adams of 9, 4 and 3 yards […]

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Kossuth Aggies Beat Independence 17-0

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By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today The Kossuth Aggies started the football season Friday with a 17-0 victory at home over the Independence Wildcats. The Aggies started off slow offensively, but the interception by Montana Smith in the first half helped get the team going, said Aggies Coach Brian Kelly. Smith’s interception was followed up by a […]

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CHS Kicker to Raise Funds for Childhood Cancer Research

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A Corinth High School kicker is dedicating the 2017 football season to help children with cancer. CHS kicker Michael Baugus will accept pledges and donations for each kick and punt he makes during the season to benefit childhood cancer research. He hopes to raise $1,000 to fund over two days of research. For more information, to […]

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Kossuth Athlete Honored for Academic Success at Northeast

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A Northeast Mississippi Community College student from Kossuth was recently awarded for her academic and athletic success. Sara Talley, a member of Northeast’s tennis program, was a part of three doubles wins, including two against rival Northwest Mississippi Community College. Talley also had a grade-point average of 3.71 and competed in the No. 6 singles […]

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Kossuth Boy Hits Grand Slam at Cooperstown

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A Kossuth boy visited Cooperstown Dreams Park in New York this month as a member of the Jackson, Tenn. RAGE baseball team. Hank Eaton, 12, hit a grand slam during his visit to Cooperstown. Eaton also hit a walk-off homerun and had that baseball engraved. Eaton, who attends school in Kossuth, pitched as well. Cooperstown […]

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