Lady Tigers defeat Raymond 43-31 to win Class 4A South State championship The Bay High Lady Tigers earned their 30th win of the 2013-14 season and the Class 4A girls South State championship in Raymond on Saturday, March 1.
The Lady Tigers (30-3) defeated Raymond 43-31 in a game that was marked by superb defensive play. Bay High held the Lady Rangers to just seven points in the first half on their home court.
Bay High head coach Debbie Triplett commented, “I was very pleased with our defensive effort against Raymond. We played good team basketball on the offensive end. We were able to get up on them. They made a run on us in the fourth period. We were able to withstand that run and continue our effort. I was very proud of them hanging on and getting this big win.” Mar 4, 2014, 18:17
Bay, Hancock & SSC all split on opening weekend With the hardwood season coming to a close, the area high school baseball and softball diamonds are beginning to see some action. This past weekend was the opening of the high school baseball season. The Bay High Tigers, Hancock Hawks and St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws all split a pair of games this past weekend.
The Tigers fell to Bryant High School 8-5. Gage Kaiser had a homerun while Dalton Dore had two RBIs in the loss.
The Tigers defeated Gautier 14-1 behind Duncan Cornfoot’s two homeruns and five RBIs. David Warman was the winning pitcher for Bay High. Mar 4, 2014, 18:15
Lady Tigers advance while Rocks, Tigers, Lady Pirates & Pirates out of the playoffs The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws, Bay High Tigers and Pass Christian Pirates were all eliminated from the Class 4A state basketball playoffs on Tuesday, February 25th in first round action. The Lady Tigers advanced to within one win of a return to Jackson while the Lady Pirates of Pass Christian fell in the second round.
The Rocks (15-13) were the #2-seed from Division 8-4A after narrowly losing to Moss Point 55-53 in the division finals last Friday night. They hosted the South Pike Eagles at the Brother Peter Memorial Gymnasium on Tuesday evening. South Pike nipped the Rocks 60-59 on a game-winning layup by Derrick Horton with 15 seconds left in the game. Jerrod Rigby was short on two free throw attempts with 11 seconds that would have at least tied the game and possibly forced overtime. Feb 28, 2014, 19:17
SSC’s Gibson high on gridiron recruiting radar St. Stanislaus offensive lineman Ryan Gibson is only a junior but recently received his eighth scholarship offer to play football in the Division I ranks. He is quickly establishing himself as one of the most sought after recruits on the gridiron in Hancock County history.
Gibson, a 6-3 275-lb offensive and defensive lineman, recently received an offer from the University of Cincinnati. The Bearcats are coached by former Ole Miss, Auburn and Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville.
Gibson has received offers from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana Tech, Marshall, Air Force, Tulane, the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of California-Berkley. Feb 25, 2014, 19:05
Lady Tigers win Division 8-4A, will advance to second round The Bay High Lady Tigers gave fans a double-dose of high school basketball action over the weekend and Monday night in the Wilmer Seymour Gymnasium.
The Lady Tigers (27-3) claimed the Division 8-4A girls’ title over the Pass Christian Lady Pirates 62-44 on Friday, Feb. 21 and also claimed an 82-30 first round win over the Lady Cougars of Lawrence County in the first round of the Class 4A South State playoffs on Monday evening.
On Friday evening, the Lady Tigers jumped out to a 17-10 lead in the first period over the Lady Pirates of Pass Christian and did not look back as they claimed their second consecutive Division 8-4A title. Feb 25, 2014, 19:04
Bay High Lady Tigers and St. Stanislaus Rocks advance to division hardwood finals The Bay High Lady Tigers and the St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws advanced to the finals of the Division 8-4A tournament that were held at the Wilmer Seymour Gymnasium/Mike Necaise Court at Bay High School on Friday, February 21st.
The Lady Tigers (25-3) received a first round bye as the #1-seed in the girls’ division. On Thursday, Feb, 20 the Lady Tigers demolished the Poplarville Lady Hornets 57-6 to advance to the finals. Feb 21, 2014, 18:58
Reed scores 48 in Lady Tigers’ 80-25 win over Ocean Springs, Bay Sweeps Hancock The high school basketball regular season is over. Now, teams begin preparing for the division tournaments that heat up this all across the state.
The Bay High Lady Tigers (24-3) defeated the Ocean Springs Lady Greyhounds 80-25 on Friday, February 14th. In the game, Christa Reed recorded a career high 48 points in the win. Elese Dorsey added 13 points for Bay High.
In the game, Reed was 14-for-14 from beyond the arc and 3-for-5 from inside. She did not attempt any free throws in the game. Feb 18, 2014, 18:34
OLA’s Lee signs with USM It is always gratifying to see someone achieve a dream. But, it is even more gratifying when someone achieves their dream when working through adversity.
That is the case with Our Lady Academy’s Lyndsey Lee who signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer with the University of Southern Mississippi Lady Golden Eagles next season on Monday, February 10th.
Lyndsey has been around the sport of soccer since she was four years old. She is strong, athletic and controls her area of the field which sometimes is the entire field. Feb 18, 2014, 18:33
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