The East Central Community College Warriors played a baseball doubleheader in Decatur hosting the East Mississippi Community College Lions and came away with a pair of victories. The Warriors won game one by the final score of 9-3 and then won game two in only 5 innings due to the 10 run rule, winning by the final score of 14-2. Our next broadcast of Warriors baseball on Cruisin 98 will be a 3:00pm game on Tuesday as the Warriors... Read More.
The Leake Academy Lady Rebels brought home the 4A State Championship Saturday evening with a decisive victory over the Hartfield Academy Hawks of Flowood. Taking the lead early and never letting go, the Lady Rebels won their championship with a score of 82-45. The team seniors were named the All Sports Players of the Game: Alli Grace Perry, McKinley Allen, Laura Katherine Clair, Emmi Harkins, and Maybry Mayfield. Also, Miriam Prince, Emeri Warren, Emmi Harkins, and Maybry Mayfield were named to the All-Tournament... Read More.
According to Sheriff Eric Clark, "Ryan Dove is now in custody. Thank you for your response." A search announcement was sent out earlier saying during the booking process, Dove escaped and climbed perimeter fencing. He was spotted several times in subdivisions north of the Detention Center and on County Road 383 (Fork Road). Dove was originally picked up this morning on warrants from Neshoba County Justice Court.
The East Central Community College Warriors picked up their first win of the season at home in Decatur tonight playing basketball with the Southwest Community College Bears. When the horn sounded to end the contest, the Warriors were up by 1 point, 87-86. The Warriors maintained a lead throughout most of the game and enjoyed a 6 point lead at halftime, 43-37 but the Bears surged late in the game to take the lead. The lead would bounce back... Read More.
Neshoba County Sheriff's Office is in search of Jacob Ryan Dove. Dove was picked up this morning on warrants from Neshoba County Justice Court. During the booking process, Dove escaped and climbed perimeter fencing. He has been spotted several times in subdivisions north of the Detention Center and on County Road 383 (Fork Road). If you have information on Dove, call 601-656-1414 or Crime Stoppers 855-485-8477.
Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark announced that "a Deemer resident called the Sheriff’s Office yesterday and reported that his vehicle was stolen. The caller stated that James Michael Franklin had stolen his blue Nissan Versa. The caller described the car thief as dangerous and said he was armed with a stolen .9mm pistol." Neshoba County Sheriff’s Deputies immediately began patrolling in search of the stolen car. Deputy Gordon Adkins spotted the car near the intersection of Range Avenue and Hospital... Read More.