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The North Panola Cougars eliminated the Charleston Tigers from the playoffs for a second straight year with a 14-0 third-round victory at Tiger Stadium Friday night.

The Charleston High School Tigers will host the North Panola High School Cougars in a third-round state playoff game Friday night.

Charleston (11-2) enters the contest on a 10-game winning streak.  North Panola (11-1) has won nine in a row.

Grenada High School senior Bailey Allbritton (front right) recently signs a letter of intent to play baseball at Itawamba Community College. Present for the signing are his father, Joey Allbritton (front left); Grenada coach Jake Yarborough (back left); and his stepmother, Misty Allbritton.

The Charleston Tigers beat the Independence Wildcats 34-0 in a first-round home playoff game Friday night, Nov. 2.

“We got our guys to come out and play hard from the start,” said CHS head coach Scott Martin, whose team improved to 10-2 while Independence finished at 5-7.

YAZOO CITY — The Charleston High School Tigers won the Region 3-3A championship last Thursday night with a 20-6 road win over the Yazoo County Panthers in the regular-season finale for both teams.

CLARKSDALE — A 20-14 loss to the Coahoma County Red Panthers drove the final nail in the coffin of the Choctaws’ 0-11 campaign — the team’s first winless season since 1996.

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CHS, North Panola facing off again

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

The Charleston High School Tigers will host the North Panola High School Cougars in a third-round state playoff game Friday night.

Charleston (11-2) enters the contest on a 10-game winning streak.  North Panola (11-1) has won nine in a row.


Allbritton signs

By SPECIAL TO THE SUN-SENTINEL,

Grenada High School senior Bailey Allbritton (front right) recently signs a letter of intent to play baseball at Itawamba Community College.




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