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CHHS Trojans needing more dicipline

The Charles Henderson Trojans hope to rebound from a tough season-opening loss as they host the Dale County Warriors tonight. Read more

Goshen volleyball adds another win to the books

Goshen volleyball adds another win to the books

The Goshen Eagles battled through tough matches to sweep Straughn on Thursday. Read more

Goshen plans for comeback

The Goshen Eagles look to forget last week’s lackluster performance against Pike County and pick up a region victory over rival Luverne tonight. Read more

JV Patriots undefeated after beating Glenwood

JV Patriots undefeated after beating Glenwood

The Pike Liberal Arts school junior varsity football team improved their record to 2-0 on Tuesday evening after defeating Glenwood 39-0. Read more

Rebels look to improve

After a devastating loss to Providence Christian, the mission heading into week two for Zion Chapel is to learn from last week and put it ... Read more

  1. PUMPED UP: Pike County Bulldogs plan to take on Abbeville with the same momentum as their last game
  2. PLAS READY: Patriots preparing for more physical play Friday night when playing Monroe Academy
  3. CHHS JV ready to win
  4. PCHS victory: Pike County JV Bulldogs defeat the Elba Tigers Tuesday, bringing their record to 2-0
  5. CHMS Trojans defeat Girard, season record 2-0
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Thank you, Troy

As a guy from Omaha, Neb., who had never been further south in the country than St. Louis, I had no idea what to expect ... Read more

No one else compares

It pains me greatly to say this. But at this point in the NCAA basketball tournament, there is no one else capable of stopping the Mack ... Read more

Embrace the Madness

Embrace the Madness. Just do it. Read more

2014 success hints at good things to come for Troy

Their season may have ended short of a coveted conference championship, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to look forward to for Troy women’s ... Read more

The girls can ball, too

If there is one thing that Troy-area women’s’ and girls’ athletics has taught us this past year, it’s that “playing like a girl” is not ... Read more