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JH Patriots stomp Hornets in season opener

JH Patriots stomp Hornets in season opener

By Walker Poole

August 24, 2018


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Amite, LA -- Last night, the Jackson Prep Junior High Football team defeated the Oak Forest Academy Hornets 13-2. The game was a true dogfight. Prep’s Luke Williams, a freshman, returned a kick for a touchdown to start the night. The game was filled with flags. Four touchdowns were called back...

Week 2 football preview – Washington School

Week 2 football preview – Washington School

By Steven Wyatt

August 24, 2018


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Flowood, MS. -- Jackson Prep will return home Friday to take on a Washington General's team that has yet to find their stride this season. The Generals got shut out in their season opener at home last week 31-0 to Prep's cross-town rival Jackson Academy. Washington will, however, come into Friday hopin...

Prep rolls through East Rankin 51-0

Prep rolls through East Rankin 51-0

By William Fletcher

August 20, 2018


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Pelahatchie, MS -- The Prep Varsity Football team opened up the 2018 season with a big win against East Rankin last Friday, blanking the ERA Patriots 51-0 in a dominant performance. This performance was in part led by the team’s strong defensive efforts and star running back Jerrion Ealy, who ...

2018 senior high football preview

2018 senior high football preview

By Steven Wyatt

August 15, 2018


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Flowood, MS -- August is upon us, and the Jackson Prep Patriots are on the cusp of their 2018 football campaign. This season is not a normal one for the Patriots, seeing as they have several spots on both sides of the ball to fill before they kick off their season at East Rankin on August 17. The pos...

Ricky Black named high school coach of the year

Ricky Black named high school coach of the year

By Stewart McCullough

August 10, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

On Wednesday, June 27th, long time Jackson Prep head football coach Ricky Black was named Coach of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association. Coach Black was selected from eight other high school coaches from around the country. He is the first Jackson Prep head coach and second Mis...

OPINION: An athlete is more than an athlete

OPINION: An athlete is more than an athlete

By Steven Wyatt

August 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Every day throughout the United States, people with any sort of platform, both local and national, take to the media to voice their opinions. This is seen as acceptable, and it is even sometimes encouraged by many people all across the country. However, there is one group with an extremely popular national p...

Prep alumnus Cecil Wegener finishes in 2nd at SEC golf championship

Prep alumnus Cecil Wegener finishes in 2nd at SEC golf championship

By Stewart McCullough

April 27, 2018


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The final round of stroke play concluded today at the 2018 SEC Men’s Golf Championship held at Sea Island Course - St. Simons Island, GA. Out of 70 players from across the conference, a Prep alumnus rose above the pack. Cecil Wegener, class of 2017, is a true-freshman at Ole Miss who is currently on...

A tradition unlike any other, 2018 Masters finishes in dramatic fashion

A tradition unlike any other, 2018 Masters finishes in dramatic fashion

By Stewart McCullough

April 11, 2018


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The 82nd Masters tournament held at Augusta National Golf Club may have been the best golfing major in decades. The field was filled with young golfers trying to establish themselves as champions. To name a few, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth, Cameron Smith and Bryson Dechambeau wer...

Underdog cinderella stories bring 2018 March Madness alive

Underdog cinderella stories bring 2018 March Madness alive

By Steven Wyatt

April 4, 2018


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San Antonio, TX -- Whether you are talking about Sister Jean and the roaring Ramblers or UMBC and the win that changed the history books forever, you are talking about an NCAA Tournament that people will have on their minds for quite some time. As the round of 64 started its action on Thursday, March 15th, i...

Boys’ soccer breaks MS high school record with 8th straight title

Boys’ soccer breaks MS high school record with 8th straight title

By Stewart McCullough

February 28, 2018


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Flowood, MS --- Jackson Prep’s boys' soccer program has been on an elite level for almost 10 years, and their State title victory on Saturday, February 24th cemented their legacy in Mississippi high school history. The Patriots (24-4-2) dominated Jackson Academy (13-8) 4-0, capping an impressive seas...

SPORTS OPINION: Lavar Ball’s JBA will be a hit

SPORTS OPINION: Lavar Ball’s JBA will be a hit

By Bennett O'Quinn

February 20, 2018


Filed under Sports

If you don’t know who Lavar Ball is by now, maybe you should watch some more TV. The entire Ball family has been the forefront of sports media coverage for the past year and a half. From Lavar’s absurd comments, to questionable actions made by his sons, the Ball family is in the headlines every ...

Basketball teams look to finish season strong

Basketball teams look to finish season strong

By Tori Newsome, Will Fletcher, and Henley Johnson

February 19, 2018


Filed under Sports

This year’s boys basketball team has been very successful, especially in their win against JA on February 2nd. Coach Wise and Coach Goodman are very proud of their team. Coach Wise says, “Expectations were and are, every year, to see young men improve throughout as basketball players and as peopl...

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