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The Saint Stanislaus Rock-A-Chaws needed a late surge to snatch a 25-18 victory against Seminary on the road. The Rocks (3-4, 2-1) and the Bulldogs met for the first time on the gridiron on Friday night.

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Hancock scored a field goal on their opening possession on Friday night, but D’Iberville scored 35 points before the Hawks would score again.

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The Bay High Tigers rallied late in the fourth quarter to defeat "cross-bridge," district rival Pass Christian High School 20-17. Similar to last year, Bay High (6-2, 1-1) won this high school football game in the last two minutes.

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Hancock scored a field goal on their opening possession on Friday night, but D’Iberville scored 35 points before the Hawks would score again.

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The Bay High Tigers (5-2, 0-1) put up 21 points over a span of just over a minute and a half in the first quarter and then added another 21 points in the second quarter on their way to a 49-0 rout of Jefferson Rise Charter School of Harvey, Louisiana on Friday night in Bay St. Louis.

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The Saint Stanislaus Rock-A-Chaws shutout St. Patrick 42-0 in the Division 8-3A opener for both teams.

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Bay High was tested on both sides of the ball, and the Tigers had no answers for Greene County in the district opener for both teams in Bay St. Louis on Friday. The visitors closed out the Tigers 40-0.

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The Hancock Hawks lost to the St. Martin Yellow Jackets 34-19 Friday night at Brett Favre Field.

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The Hancock Hawks (3-1) suffered their first loss of the season with a 45-21 loss to Ocean Springs on the road on Friday night.

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The Bay High Tigers scored two fourth quarter touchdowns in their 22-14 win over St. Stanislaus at J.D. McCullough Tank Williams Field in Bay St. Louis on Friday.

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Despite an early undefeated record, the Pass Christian Pirates football team faced an uphill battle as they hosted the Poplarville Hornets for their homecoming on Friday. The Hornets (4-1) controlled the clock for most of the game, created a few turnovers, and ran the ball through the Pirate…

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The Bay High Tigers were involved in a shoot-out with Purvis on Friday in the Bay, but the Tigers held their ground, holding off the Tornadoes with a goal line stance with 7:32 remaining on the game clock.

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The Hancock Hawks scored on all four firs-half possessions Friday night, and were aided by an interception return for a touchdown for the fifth score. The Hawks decided this game early, taking a 35-0 lead at halftime.

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Hurricane Ida did a number on us, but she was especially cruel to our neighbors in South Louisiana. Most of us here in south Mississippi remember what it was like after hurricane Katrina. It’s tough, and I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.

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The Saint Stanislaus Rock-A-Chaws (1-1) dropped their game with the Pensacola Catholic Crusaders 29-14 after battling to a 9-7 score at intermission.

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Erasing the global pandemic is one thing, recycling a season is another. The Pass Christian Pirates brought their A game with a 41-14 victory over the Purvis Tornadoes Friday night at the Francis McDonald Stadium.

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Noah Cutter rushed for four touchdowns and scored on a pass play to lead Bay High to a 54-21 win over Long Beach in Bay St. Louis on Friday.

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The 2021 football season opened on a positive note for the Saint Stanislaus Rock-A-Chaws with their 35-25 victory over the Long Beach Bearcats on the road.

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Senior running back Noah Cutter scored on a 79-yard pass play from freshman quarterback Xander Ladner and senior quarterback/fullback Fisher DeCamp carried for a six-yard rushing score, but the Tigers were not able to overcome a 34-point third quarter for Sumrall on Friday.

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Hancock's Brandon King threw for 216 yards and a score as the Hawks took home a 20-10 victory over the home-standing Vancleave Bulldogs on Friday night.

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Nathan Guice had booked his trip, mainly as a scouting trip. At the end of every summer, he and a bunch of his buddies bring their similar aged sons on a weekend fishing trip. Nathan’s trip was a few days prior, and the purpose was to look for areas of bait(mullet, lady fish, white trout) an…

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A couple of weeks back, my old buddy Scott Heitzman sent me a guest list for a 3 day, 2 night cat island trip. I knew the majority of the names, since they were on the last trip he put together. One name stood out though, DUNCAN MATHESON.

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Pass Christian's Cory McGee competed in Round 1 of the women's 1500m on Sunday evening at the Tokyo Olympics. She placed eighth in her heat with a time of 4:05.15 but advanced to the semi-finals based on her time. The semi-finals will be run today and the finals will take place on Friday. He…

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I met Patrick Cresson through an old deck hand buddy of mine, Casey Forshag. He told me, “man you’re gonna like Patrick, good dude and he knows how to fish”. Casey has never lied to me, and he hit the nail on the head with Patrick.

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We really enjoying having first time anglers on the boats. On a recent trip, I had a great family in from Ohio. Dad Brad, daughter Grace and son Zach were here on vacation, sort of. The rental house they had booked in Orange Beach, AL was damaged, and they found their way over to Bay St Louis.

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We mixed a little business and pleasure recently, and boy was it a great time. For the most part, our guides don’t get to see our families a whole lot, this time of year. Our wives all work, and what little free time we have is spent with the kiddos. Our families literally had to book a trip…

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Former Bay High Tiger and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Bulldogs defensive end Jordan Calomese committed to Marshall University in West Virginia on Wednesday, June 16, to continue his education and playing career.

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After a year of operating under COVID-19 protocols and resorting to many strange ways to improve athletic teams amid a pandemic, one thing remains constant for Hancock County - our student athletes still bring home titles no matter what!

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We knew from the get go, it was gonna be an “Adventure”. My friend Bill York had booked his fishing trip months before. We both have busy schedules, and it was the only day we both had available. It was an all or nothing kind of day. Bill had brought his friends, Cara and Ted. He has spent e…

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During this Last Monsoon, we had a couple of unexpected days off the water. We barely beat the first big wave of storms, but safely got off the water. We had to cancel several trips, but there was no way we could’ve safely fished. This “down time” was both stressful and comforting.

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I’ve fished with young Cullen before. His dad, James Ballard brought Cullen and daughter Maddy a few months ago. They were very fun, energetic, and exited about fishing. This trip was a little more different, but way more fun.

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The high school track and field season for Bay High, Hancock, Pass Christian and Saint Stanislaus came to a close on Saturday at Pearl High School.

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The Saint Stanislaus/Our Lady Academy tennis team claimed the Division 8-4A team title with their victory over Pass Christian 6-1 on March 25. Members of the SSC tennis team include Nour Tayara, Omar Tayara, Cole Bryant, Bobby Hebert, Noah Lemmon, Jack Farr, and Thomas McArthur. Members of t…

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Live bait can be tough to get this time of year. For a two boat trip Capt Matt and I had recently, we had plenty of bait, or so we thought... We only had three customers each, and we both had well over 200 beautiful live shrimp. I actually had two Pastors from Georgia, and one of their sons.…

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Two Bay High School seniors, Karime Alonso and Cooper Cooksey, have been selected as Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athletes for the Class of 2021 for Bay High based on their high school academic successes while also excelling athletically.They are now a part of a pool of scholar athletes state-wide…

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Mrs Linda Emmel brought some of her buddies for a birthday trip recently, and lemme tell you, it was a TRIP! The fishing was off the charts good, but that wasn’t the only thing amazing about our time together.

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We have been trying to get the Nobile family out fishing for weeks. Between rough weather, freezing temperatures, and crazy schedules, I didn’t think it was ever gonna happen. Russ and I saw our weather window for his 3 daughters, and went for it. His daughters: Charlotte, Anna, and Mary hav…

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I had to fish Super Bowl Sunday. Considering I’m usually running charters on Saturdays and Sundays, and asleep by 7pm I seldom get to watch football games anyway. It was a last minute booked trip from my old buddy Mr Charlie, from Tennessee. He was in town to go way offshore, in hopes of cat…

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As a full-time fishing guide, there are few things more terrifying than pulling up to the dock in the morning, and seeing a boat load of LADNERS. I’m kidding, but when Captain Darien(pronounced Darren) Ladner and his family are at the dock, you’d better bring your A-Game that day! I’ve fishe…

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I was deep in the marsh a couple of trips ago. One of the guys on the boat asked, “How in the heck did you ever find this place”? I remember exactly how I found it. Many years before, Captain Matt Tusa and I were studying a map. We were asking each other where each other had fished. We reali…

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The Hancock Hawks swept both the boys and girls team titles in the Class III state bowling championships held on Friday, February 5, at Fannin Lanes in Brandon.