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Rocks “gun” down Hilltoppers
The St. Stanislaus needed some firepower in the top of the seventh inning last Friday night to down the Houston Hilltoppers 5-4 for the Class 4A state baseball championship at Trustmark Park in Pearl.
What they got were two laser throws on a 9-4-5 play from near the rightfield corner fence to gun down Reid Carter who tried to stretch a double into a triple.

May 27, 2015, 08:57


SSC comes from behind to win game one in 4A title series
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws (28-5) opened the Class 4A state championship finals’ best-of-three series a little slower than they would have liked; however, after the nerves wore off they were back to what they do best. After the first inning, the Rocks limited the Houston Hilltoppers’ chances at the plate and zoned in on their 3-2 game one victory.
Houston (28-10) led off the game with a triple followed by an RBI single to take a quick 1-0 lead after the first two batters of the game for the Hilltoppers. Later in the inning, Houston pushed another run across the plate on a wild pitch to take a 2-0 lead after the first inning.

May 22, 2015, 19:27


SSC comes from behind to win game one in 4A title series
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws (28-5) opened the Class 4A state championship finals’ best-of-three series a little slower than they would have liked; however, after the nerves wore off they were back to what they do best. After the first inning, the Rocks limited the Houston Hilltoppers’ chances at the plate and zoned in on their 3-2 game one victory.
Houston (28-10) led off the game with a triple followed by an RBI single to take a quick 1-0 lead after the first two batters of the game for the Hilltoppers. Later in the inning, Houston pushed another run across the plate on a wild pitch to take a 2-0 lead after the first inning.

May 22, 2015, 19:27


SSC honors tennis and track teams at ceremony
St. Stanislaus College honored the student-athletes of the tennis and track and field teams at an awards ceremony on Monday, May 18th.
The school bestowed certificates of participation to junior high team members for both sports and varsity letters to those who qualified for the honor on the varsity teams. Academic excellence certificates were presented to those team members who maintained honor roll status during the sport’s season.
SSC/OLA tennis head coach Ryan Joiner honored individuals with special awards. For OLA, the Coach’s Award was presented to Laura Grace Ritten while the Most Improved Player award was merited by Grace Nicaud.
The Most Valuable Player award was presented to Emily McGinity, as well as, the Senior Award.

May 22, 2015, 19:26


The Rocks are Class 4A South State champions
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws on Friday earned another Class 4A South State Baseball Championship title.

The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws (27-5) washed the bad taste of Thursday’s game from their mouths and replaced it with the sweet taste of victory.
On Friday night, the Rocks captured the Class 4A South State championship and earned a trip to the state finals with a 10-4 thrashing of the North Pike Jaguars. The win gave the Rocks their second South State title in the last five seasons and set a new mark for wins in a season with 27.
The scored eight runs in the first two innings to take a commanding lead before North Pike was able to touch home plate.
Chase Rhodes advanced to first and was driven home on Greer Holston’s double. Jonathan Artigues and Noah Nicaud both advanced to juice the bases.

May 19, 2015, 18:22


Hawks trash Vancleave with ‘flash’ and ‘smash’
Michael Scardino provided the "flash" and Lane Ladner added the "smash" Friday evening as the Hancock Hawks dominated the Vancleave Bulldogs 20-0 in a spring football contest at Brett Favre Field.
The Hawks hosted a three-team jamboree Friday to conclude their spring football campaign.
The jamboree included the Hawks, Vancleave, and Resurrection High of Pascagoula.
The three teams played a round-robin, with the games consisting of two regulation quarters of football.
In the first game of the evening, Resurrection downed Vancleave 14-0.
The Bulldogs then squared off against the Hawks.

May 19, 2015, 18:21


Rocks, North Pike split games
he St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws swarmed the North Pike Jaguars 12-2 in game one of the Class 4A South State championship series in high school baseball action on Tuesday, May 12th at the Brother Philip Memorial Athletic Complex.
May 16, 2015, 11:25


Hawks utilize "Flash and Smash" in Spring victory
Michael Scardino provided the "flash" and Lane Ladner added the "smash" Friday evening as the Hancock Hawks dominated the Vancleve Bulldogs 20-0 in a spring football contest at Brett Favre Field.
May 15, 2015, 23:39






















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