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Both Northpoint Christian School basketball teams remain alive in the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TSSAA) Division II-A playoffs, despite both teams losing out in their West Region championship games Saturday night at Lausanne Collegiate School in Memphis.

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Lewisburg boys' soccer coach Harl Roehm receives the MHSAA 5A state championship trophy after his team's 2-1 finals victory over Long Beach Saturday night in Brandon. Ben Mullins scored two second-half goals to rally the Patriots past the Bearcats. It is the first state championship for a De…

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The Memphis Hustle (19-16) earned its second straight win Friday night at Landers Center with a 118-89 victory over the Northern Arizona Suns (7-31), sweeping the season series 3-0. Memphis has won the last two meetings by a combined 69 points and led by as many as 36 in Friday's game.

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Dylan Faulk of Hernando High School Wednesday morning committed to play football next season at Itawamba Community College. From left are: sister Amber Dukes, Faulk, father Kenneth Faulk and Megan Washington. Standing from left are principal Duane Case, head coach Will Wolfe and athletic dir…

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Seven members of the Horn Lake state championship football team signed their letters of intent for college scholarships on Wednesday morning, Feb. 6. From left, with their college of choice, are: Tony Washington (Northeast CC), Drew Leverson (Northeast CC), Alonzo Hunt (Northwest CC for base…

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Tyler Harvey scored an NBA G League season-high of 58 points (18-23 FG), but it wasn’t enough as the Memphis Hustle lost 131-128 in overtime against the Iowa Wolves Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena. Harvey’s 58 points tie the third highest scoring total in NBA G League history and his 13 …

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Olive Branch left-handed pitcher/first baseman A.J. Kaelin Thursday morning signed to play next season at Northeast Mississippi Community College, where he is expected to primarily be used as a pitcher. Kaelin is the son of Joe and Sheila Kaelin. A.J (seated) is joined by (standing from left…

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Playing in front of the largest home crowd of the season, totaling 4,822 youthful screaming fans during the Financial Literacy day game, excited the Memphis Hustle NBA G League basketball team, but it failed to excite an offense that has been among the best in the league during Wednesday mor…

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The Memphis Hustle dropped its second game in as many nights, falling to the Maine Red Claws 99-98 Saturday night at the Portland (Maine) Exposition Building. Memphis led by as many as 26, marking the largest comeback allowed in Hustle history.

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The Memphis Hustle dropped its second game in as many nights, falling to the Maine Red Claws 99-98 Saturday night at the Portland (Maine) Exposition Building. Memphis led by as many as 26, marking the largest comeback allowed in Hustle history.

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Members of the Hernando High School boys’ soccer team prepare for their MHSAA 6A first-round playoff contest Monday, Jan. 28 at home against Madison Central, starting at 6 p.m. The Tigers claimed a district championship this year with a 6-0 district record and are coached by Randy Reiter. Me…

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The boardroom of the DeSoto County Board of Supervisors was filled with members of the MHSAA 6A state championship football team from Horn Lake High School on Tuesday. The board presented the team and coach Brad Boyette a congratulatory proclamation on the championship won Nov. 30 against Oa…

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Nakobe Dean of Horn Lake received the Touchdown Club of Atlanta’s National High School Lineman of the Year Award Thursday evening in Atlanta, Ga. The Georgia commit is also a finalist for the Franklin D. Watkins Memorial Award, presented each year to the nation's top African American male hi…

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The Memphis Hustle defeated the Delaware Blue Coats 110-106 Wednesday night in the opening of 76ers Fieldhouse. The Hustle erased an 18-point deficit, by far its largest comeback of the season, and moved to 6-1 against Eastern Conference opponents.

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DeSoto Central High School softball coach Phyllis Hicks didn’t play the lottery Tuesday, but the feeling that swept over her when she read a letter she received at school likely resembled that which comes over someone who realizes they picked all of the numbers and the Powerball.  

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Hernando Lady Tiger Zuri Dunlap heads downcourt during a game at Collierville, Tenn. against Central Arkansas Christian earlier this season. Dunlap reached the 1,000 career point club during her team’s 55-30 victory over Center Hill Tuesday night.

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DeSoto Central outfielder Shemaar Stapleton, part of last year’s MHSAA 6A state championship baseball team, Thursday signed a letter of intent to play next season at East Mississippi Community College. Stapleton (seated) is joined by Jaguar assistant coaches (standing, from left) Jeremy Simp…

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