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Zyaire Ewing scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as Natchez rallied past South Jones 54-51 to claim the MHSAA Class 5A girls state championship on Friday night.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have been in a bit of a rebound since the dismissal of Rick Stansbury.
Belmont and Booneville both bring big guns into today's Class 3A championship game in the MHSAA State Tournament.
It was over, the greatest basketball career of any girl in Mississippi high school history.
Jermarquis Stimage came through when his team needed him most. With a little more than a minute remaining in the game -- and Shaw clinging to a two-point lead -- Stimage stole the ball and raced to the basket for a layup.
It was a rematch of last year's boys 6A semifinals. Just with the exact opposite ending.
Myah Taylor watched, with tears in her eyes, as her team celebrated its win. Olive Branch had just defeated Harrison Central 49-44 in the semifinals of the MHSAA Class 6A girls state championship Wednesday at the Mississippi Coliseum.
Reigning 2A champ Baldwyn was fortunate to survive its state tournament opener against Heidelberg, when Connor McKay scored all of his 30 points in the second half of a comeback victory.
Even in its first year in Class 6A, Provine was considered the favorite to win a state championship.
East Side's Charles Jackson has been one of the top players for the Trojans in their run to the 3A State Title game.
Abria Gulledge scored 20 points, Miracle Duncan added 13 points and 16 rebounds and H.W. Byers beat Scott Central 69-54 to win the MHSAA Girls 2A championship on Thursday.
Chambliss left after the 2004 season and spent the next 7 1 /2 years coaching girls fastpitch at Richland High before retiring last year.
Special to the Journal Rocquis Coleman, who scored 20 points for Shannon, attempts to split two Raymond defenders while driving to the basket.
AMANDA McCOY/SUN HERALDJahshire Hardnett and the Gulfport Admirals meet Madison Central tonight at 8 in the 6A Boys State Tournament semifinals in Jackson.
JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDHarrison Central guard Keyshauna Johnson puts up a shot during practice at the school gym in Lyman.