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Charleston High School’s Bryantavious “Bryan” Steen (left) was named the Most Valuable Defensive Player in the 2019 Mississippi Sports Medicine North/South All-Star Basketball Game, played Saturday, March 23, at A.E.

Named first team All-Region 3-3A (from left) at the conclusion of the 2018-19 season are Charleston High School basketball players DeAntre Prince, Kristian Gammage, Terrence Davis and Tycarious Collins. Also named but not pictured is Quindario Curry.  (Photo by Jeff Hollingsworth)

Charleston’s Bryantavious “Bryan” Steen has been selected to play in the state North/South All-Star Basketball Game on March 23. The 6-6, 185-pound junior forward/center averaged a double-double for the Tigers before breaking his ankle midway through the season and missing the rest of the year.

The Charleston High School boys basketball team enjoyed a stellar 2018-19 season and had six players chosen for postseason honors.

The Tigers finished the season 16-7 overall, including an 8-2 record in Region 3-3A play, where they finished in second place.

When Lincoln “Buddy” Smith and his wife Sandy founded the Tallahatchie Delta Youth League Inc. in Charleston recently, they did so with the intention of carrying on a proud local legacy.

Sisters Maegan (left) and Anna Fennell of Philipp are all smiles after completing the Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon on Feb. 10. The event consisted of a 26.2 mile run.

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CHS' STEEN NAMED ALL-STAR MVP

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

Charleston High School’s Bryantavious “Bryan” Steen (left) was named the Most Valuable Defensive Player in the 2019 Mississippi Sports Medicine North/South All-Star Basketball Game, played Saturday, March 23, at A.E.


CHS players named first-team All-Region

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

Named first team All-Region 3-3A (from left) at the conclusion of the 2018-19 season are Charleston High School basketball players DeAntre Prince, Kristian Gammage, Terrence Davis and Tycarious Collins.



CHS boys basketball enjoys success

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

The Charleston High School boys basketball team enjoyed a stellar 2018-19 season and had six players chosen for postseason honors.

The Tigers finished the season 16-7 overall, including an 8-2 record in Region 3-3A play, where they finished in second place.



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