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SSC storms into state finals with 62-28 victory over Lawrence County
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws left no doubt which 4A team would be representing the south in the state championship next weekend. The Rocks (11-3) upended the Lawrence County Cougars 62-28 for their third consecutive playoff road win. More importantly though, the win punches SSC's ticket to the Class 4A state finals for the second straight year and third time in school history. The win also sets up a rematch of last year's final with Noxubee County.
SSC head coach Bill Conides commented, "We are almost there. This team has done everything in their power to put themselves in this position. Even when we were 1-3 early on, this team never doubted that they were a good team. Defense played lights out in the second half which had become their mantra in the playoffs. Offensively, we wanted to throw the football tonight and we did. I am very proud of these players. They have earned this opportunity."

Nov 28, 2015, 06:00

SSC sails to state championship
The St. Stanislaus Sailing Team claimed the Mississippi State High School Fleet Racing Championship Trophy Nov.14-15 in Bay St. Louis.

The St. Stanislaus Sailing Team claimed the Mississippi State High School Fleet Racing Championship Trophy on Nov.14-15 in Bay St. Louis.
Seven teams comprised of more than 50 sailors from Mississippi and Alabama competed in the regatta held at Bay Waveland Yacht Club.
Team members sailed 14 races in each of 3 divisions for a total of 42 races overall. SSC team captain Charlie Breath led the team and skippered the 420-A Division with crew Thomas Duffy and Lauryn Kidd. Michael Burns skippered the 420-B Division with crew J.T. Moore and Tyler Trapani, winning all races and their 1st place division trophy.

Nov 27, 2015, 19:56

Basketball tips off on Coast
The high school basketball season has tipped off for the area schools. Several contests have taken place.
The Bay High Lady Tigers have jumped out of the gate fast.
The Lady Tigers defeated Biloxi 51-38 on November 14th. Simone Jackson led the attack with 23 points while Jamaya Galloway added 15.
On November 13th, the Lady Tigers downed Long Beach 73-39. Galloway had 18 points and nine assists while Jackson had 16 points. Amari Pittman added 11 points.
On November 17th, the Lady Tigers defeated Pascagoula 66-40. Pittman and Jackson each scored 24 points while Galloway added 10 points, nine rebounds and seven assists.

Nov 27, 2015, 19:55

Rocks terrorize Tigers 44-20, qualify For Class 4A South State championship game
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws met the Moss Point Tigers Friday night for the second time this season. Only this game was a Class 4A state quarter-final match up for the right to go to the Class 4A South State championship game.
The Rocks (10-3) defeated the Tigers 41-14 in the first meeting between the two squads back in October. And, tonight was more of the same with a 44-20 Rock victory.
The win marks the Rocks' second consecutive South State championship game and third overall.

Nov 20, 2015, 23:45

SELA stops MC in home opener, Ladner enjoys Rock reunion
Several former Rock-a-chaws journeyed to Hammond to watch former SSC head coach Jay Ladner and the Southeastern Louisiana Lions hist Mississippi College in their home opener.

The Southeastern Louisiana Lions disposed of the Mississippi College Choctaw 76-69 in the Lions (1-2) home opener on Wednesday, November 18th.
The Lions never trailed in the game. Former SSC star Daniel Grieves scored the games first points on a 12-foot jumper.
SELA led by as many as 10 three different times in the first half. Former Pass Christian and Gulfport star Dimi Cook led the charge scoring 10 points in the opening half of play.
The Lions led at intermission 33-25.
In the second half, the Lions got a boost in backcourt play from Zay Jackson and Josh Gilmore who scored 12 and nine points, respectively. Mike Hawkins added eight points, as well.

Nov 20, 2015, 19:46

Mattison Scardino: A Rebelette's last dance
The OLA trio of Ole Miss Rebelettes at a Rebel basketball game. From left: Matti Scardino, Amy Love and Maycee Scardino.

It is a crisp, cool fall day in Oxford, Mississippi, the home of legendary writer William Faulkner and the Ole Miss Rebels.
There is nothing like fall, football and tailgating at Ole Miss. Only today is slightly different for Mattison Scardino. The captain of the Rebelettes will be making her last dance at home in revered Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
Matti, a mechanical engineering major, is a second generation Rebelette captain following in her mother's shoes.
Today, Matti will take the field with her sister, Maycee, and childhood friend, Amy Love, while her parents, Matt and Connally, view from the stands. All three girls are Rebelettes and all are graduates of Our Lady Academy.
Matti has had several highlights during her four year career dancing on the turf at The Vaught.

Nov 20, 2015, 19:45

Stanislaus stings Hornets to advance to state quarterfinals
The St. Stanislaus Rock-a-chaws stung the Poplarville Hornets 33-20 last Friday night to advance to their third consecutive Class 4A state quarter-final.
The Rocks (9-3) got 281 yards and four touchdown passes from Myles Brennan on 11-of-19 passing in the game. He threw three touchdown passes to Owen Betz (25, 3, 44) and one to Darius Pittman (80). Pittman caught three passes for 118 yards while Betz added three catches for 103 yards.
Cahill Marlowe added a 45-yard rushing touchdown as part of his 11 carries for 56 yards.
On defense, the Rocks were paced by Mitchell Walk who tailed 20 total tackles, the second most in a game in school history.

Nov 17, 2015, 19:07

Ladner ready for second season at SELA
The 2015-16 basketball season is underway at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond. This season will also mark the second one that has Hancock County native and former SSC basketball coach Jay Ladner at the reigns.
Currently, the Lions are 0-2 on the young season with losses at TCU and Texas A&M. However, tonight the Lions have their home opener against Mississippi College.
Ladner and his Lions ended last year with a record of 9-23 overall and a 6-12 Southland Conference mark.
From the outside, that may seem paltry by Ladner's standards but there is an underlying factor to the record.

Nov 17, 2015, 19:06


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