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Mustangs surge late to beat Bartlett 26-20

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Before the season started Houston running back Chris Colebank wondered if he would get in the game. A groin injury made him miss all of spring practice. “I was really discouraged because I didn’t think I was going to be able to play. I was out lots of conditioning,” said Colebank, a junior. “They were […]

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Arlington runs away from Houston 42-27

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Arlington’s victory over Houston came with a price — 27 sprints on Labor Day. The number of points scored against the Tigers on Friday is how many sprints they ran on Monday for conditioning. “I told them it feels a lot better to run this after a win than it would have a loss,” said […]

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Panthers suffer first loss of season as Collierville rolls

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Scoring was plentiful last Friday night at Panther Stadium as the visiting Collierville Dragons improved to 2-1 on the season with a 49-21 victory over Bartlett High in Region 7-6A action. After falling 42-12 to Olive Branch (Miss.) to start the season, the Dragons have outscored their opponents 94-21 in the two games since. Meanwhile, […]

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LSS approves architect, consultant for LMPS athletic fields project

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In a brief special-called meeting on Thursday, the Lakeland school board approved two items to advance their athletic fields project. The board first approved an agreement with Renaissance Group Inc. to provide architectural services for the athletic fields project at Lakeland Middle Preparatory School. The project makes use of surplus funds from the LMPS building’s […]

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BCS selects architect, construction manager for high school project

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The Bartlett school board approved an architectural firm and construction management for the high school renovations, and it also bought new air conditioning units for one school at the Aug. 24 board meeting. School board members unanimously approved the agreement between the school district and Fleming Architects in Memphis for the next two years of […]

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Bartlett wins renewed Battle of the BHS

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Editor’s note: In the printed version of this story, we erroneously changed “BHS” in the first sentence to “Bartlett High School.” The writer’s original intent was to refer to BHS being the acronym for both sides, Bartlett High School and Bolton High School. Whoever won would still be “BHS.” Before the game was played, BHS […]

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Tigers take it to Gryphons

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The Tiger quarterback and running back tandem of Tate Kolwyck and Kenneth Walker helped power Arlington’s offense past St. George’s to the tune of a 48-29 win last Friday on the road. Kolwyck, who threw for 174 yards, was able to nimbly elude swift defensive pressure much of the game, while Walker used downfield vision […]

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Little too late: Trojans hold on for victory in opener at Bolton

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ARLINGTON — First-game jitters might have been a common feeling inside the Millington Trojan locker room on the campus of Bolton High School. But for a certain group in back and gold Friday night, the butterflies in the stomach might have been the size of eagles. Millington’s defensive backfield knew they had to step up with […]

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Campbell, Wright sign to play D1 baseball

Former Arlington High School and Northwest Mississippi teammates Aaron Campbell and Jarod Wright will both be continuing their baseball careers at NCAA Div. 1 schools. Northwest Mississippi, this years MACJC Runner-up in baseball, announced that Campbell has signed with Ohio Valley Conference member Austin Peay, while Wright will continue his collegiate baseball career at the […]

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Panthers impress in first game of season

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Tigers suffer tough loss to Pharaohs

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‘Gridiron Glory: The Boys of Fall 2017’ is here!

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