By Ben Mikell Sports Writer It doesn’t matter if Oxford outfielder Clark Stovall meant to get the bunt down or not just so he could get a walk-off double. That hit allowed the Chargers to celebrate a 6-5 nine inning win over the Clinton Arrows Thursday afternoon at Edwin Moak Field on the last day […]Read More..
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By John Davis Sports Writer There wasn’t much time for Tyler Smith to prepare for his outstanding start on the mound this past Wednesday. The Oxford High junior recorded a no-hitter in the Chargers’ 11-1 win over Lake Cormorant. Smith got the nod on the mound, his second of the year, after OHS coach Chris […]Read More..
By Ben Garrett Special to Oxford Citizen Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze overturned his coaching staff in the offseason with the addition of five new assistants, including new hires at both offensive and defensive coordinator. But it was almost six. Freeze landed Auburn defensive backs coach and co-defensive coordinator Wesley McGriff as his defensive […]Read More..
By John Davis Sports Writer Ole Miss is now just one win away from a second trip to the Empire State. The Rebels stayed alive in the Men’s National Invitation Tournament Saturday morning thanks to an 85-80 win over No. 1 seed Syracuse inside the Carrier Dome. The No. 5 Rebels will now host Georgia […]Read More..
By John Davis Sports Writer One of the most dominant athletes, in any sport across the nation, throws a weighted iron ball across the air like it was a toy. Ole Miss junior Raven Saunders is one of most accomplished track and field athletes in college for a lot of different reasons. She works up […]Read More..