Stan Beall

4 weeks 6 days ago
After starting the 2014 season 3-0, the Bulldogs were brought back down to earth after a 55-14 loss to the St. Aloysius Flashes.   The Flashes got on the board first with a first quarter touchdown and led 21-0 at the half.  The Flashes put the contest away in the second half when they scored 21 third quarter points.  The...
4 weeks 6 days ago
The Ethel Tigers, fresh off a heartbreaking overtime loss to their cross-county rivals from McAdams, had an extremely tall task at hand last Friday night when they loaded up and headed east to take on the top ranked 2A Eupora Eagles.  Ethel, 0-4, lost the contest 42-16 and will begin region play this Friday night.   Eupora wasted no...
5 weeks 6 days ago
ETHEL––In the five contests played against the Ethel Tigers since 2009, the McAdams Bulldogs had lost three. They last won 38-6 during the 2010 season.  After that 2010 victory, the Bulldogs began a nosedive that included a 31-game losing streak and three straight blowout losses to the Ethel Tigers.  Enter the 2014 season...
5 weeks 6 days ago
The Kosciusko Whippets are now 3-0 after defeating the Newton County Cougars (1-2) 30-7 last Friday night.  The Whippets led the Cougars 7-0 after one quarter of play and took a 21-0 lead into the half.  After the intermission, the Whippets went to work on the Cougars once again by building a 30-0 lead to start the fourth quarter....
6 weeks 6 days ago
“It ain’t over ‘til it’s over,” is a phrase that is often used in the context of a sporting event, but it rarely comes to fruition when there is less than two minutes left in the contest and the opposing quarterback has his team in victory formation.  That was exactly the scenario that took place in Kosciusko...
6 weeks 6 days ago
After putting their 31 game slide to rest against West Oktibbeha in week one with a resounding 56-28 blasting of the Wolves, the Bulldogs won big again with a 43-16 thrashing of the East Oktibbeha Titans to push their season record and region record to 2-0 on the year. “We were blessed to play another great ball game, but had to go...
6 weeks 6 days ago
The Ethel Tigers were on the road for a second week in a row when they traveled to Kilmichael to take on the Montgomery County Mustangs.  The Tigers got on the board early but could not find the end zone again and lost the contest 36-6. “Give Montgomery County and their coaches credit, they prepared well,” said Tiger head...
7 weeks 6 days ago
KOSCIUSKO-Last year, the Whippets were like nomads for the first month of the season playing their first four games on the road due to the construction taking place at Landrum Field.  The Whippets started the season 2-2 with wins over Winona and Neshoba Central and losses to Newton County and Grenada.  The Whippets finally played their...
7 weeks 6 days ago
After 31 games, it is over.  The McAdams Bulldogs have not tasted victory since 2011 when they defeated Williams-Sullivan 33-30.  However, on Friday night the norm was not in the cards for the Bulldogs when they crushed the home standing West Oktibbeha Titans 56-28 to start their season. “I give all the glory to God for giving...
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