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JON PAUL DAVIS, East Side: Led the Trojans to a 61-46 3A semifinal win over Morton with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
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Pascagoula's trip to the state basketball semifinals ended in disappointment once again, as the Panthers fell to Vicksburg 82-67 at the Mississippi Coliseum on Monday.
Moss Point's Devin Booker, right, has been chosen to play in the Jordan Brand Classic April 18 in New York.
Fortunately for the Gulfport Admirals, they've made it to a 6A semifinal game in Jackson in each of the past three seasons.
The East Side Trojans continued their march toward a state championship Saturday as they defeated the Morton Panthers 61-46 in the semifinals of the 3A State Boys Basketball Tournament here at the Mississippi Coliseum.
Kemper County High School's season has come to an end. The Wildcats dropped their boy's 3A state semifinal matchup with Velma Jackson High School, 66-36, Saturday at the Mississippi Coliseum.
With 18 consecutive victories, the Pascagoula boys basketball team rides into Jackson as one of the hottest teams in the state.
But the tricky thing about wake-up calls in the postseason is they can go either way.
Adallice Young scored a game-high 25 points, Maria Lauderdale chipped in seven and posted 12 rebounds and Booneville fended off Crystal Springs 43-32 in the semifinal round of the MHSAA Class 3A basketball championships on Saturday at Mississippi Coliseum.
Victoria Vivians held her hand up, calling for the basketball. She took the pass, checked her feet.
Attention, Mississippi basketball fans: Don't discount H.W. Byers. Because if there's one thing the Lady Lions have proved during the last seven years, it's that come playoff time, they know how to win championships.
Demarcus Weatherall scored a game-high 28 points as S.V. Marshall edged Calhoun City 62-58 in the Boys Class 2A semifinals of the MHSAA State Tournament on Friday.
This season in high school basketball has been quite interesting. With its ups and downs and twists and turns, the Bolivar County area has been thrilled with great prep hoops action.
Buy at photos.djournal.com Pine Grove's Katelin Miller will take a 10-points-per-game average into tonight's game against Hinds AHS.
When Callaway's Malik Newman sets a goal for himself, it's hard to find the junior doing anything other than working to accomplish what he set out.