Two McAdams graduates are continuing their athletic careers at the next level and a third will join them this year.
All three schools that call Attala County home will be participating in girls varsity volleyball this season, with the season beginning the last full week of August.
The decision by the Mississippi High School Activities Association Executive Committee to go ahead with the fall athletic season, albeit with a two-week delay, was good news for coaches. But there was a downside.
While French Camp head football coach Nathan Wright says he understands the decision by the MHSAA, he said losing the two games the Panthers had to cancel was disappointing.
The fate of Mississippi High School Activities Association fall sports might be decided next Tuesday. That is when the MHSAA Executive Committee will meet to determine what adjustments may be necessary to begin the fall season in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The MaxPreps website for the 2020 McAdams football schedule shows an Aug. 14 game with Jackson Academy and a Nov. 6 game with Ray Brooks. Both are incorrect.
The Mid South Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) is planning for a fall season.
Jalen Perteet is the recipient of the Bulldog Award for the 2019 McAdams football team. Coach Kenneth Nelson said the Bulldogs Award is essentially an MVP.
There is a 2020-21 sports calendar on the Mississippi High School Activities Association website, but it is tentative because of uncertainty caused by the pandemic.
“Everything is pretty fluid at this time,” said MHSAA executive director Don Hinton.