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Tue Aug 30 @02:00PM -
Soccer at ICC
Thu Sep 01 @07:00PM -
Football vs MS Delta
Fri Sep 02 @05:00PM -
Soccer vs Meridian
Tue Sep 06 @05:00PM -
Soccer vs Pearl river
Thu Sep 08 @07:00PM -
Football vs Coahoma

Soccer at Gulf Coast
Tue Sep 13 @05:00PM -
Soccer at Jones
 
 
 
 
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Expectations are high for experienced Wolves

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August 30, 2016

WESSON – The Co-Lin golf team is built on experience this season as four sophomores return to the roster to lead the team. The experience gained from the successful 2015-2016 campaign is an un-coachable quality that head coach Ronny Ross thinks will boost his players confidence. “These guys know what to expect and how to prepare for this level of play,” said Ross. “Our players won’t have that ‘deer in the headlights’ look that some freshman get when they show up to a tournament. This is a game of confidence and if you show up with a little more, then you are going to play better.” Returning for the Wolves in 2016 are Cole Arseneault, of Baton Rouge, Brandon Blakney, of Brandon, Jason Byrd, of Wesson, and Joseph Dendy, of Brandon.

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Signup open for Co-Lin Fall Baseball League

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 August 30, 2016

 

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WESSON - Area high school baseball players can once again expect to sharpen their skills in the 2016 Copiah-Lincoln Fall Baseball League. Sign-up is now underway as Coach Clay Smith and his staff prepares to host their fifth year of the league in Wesson.

 

The league is open to student-athletes in grades 9-12. The cost is $200 per participant and the deadline for registration is Friday, October 7 or to the first 48 applicants. The league will begin play on Monday, October 24 and conclude on Tuesday, November 15 at Sullivan Field.

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Lady Wolves struggle early on the pitch

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August 29, 2016

WESSON – The Copiah-Lincoln Community College Soccer program started the 2016 season with three matches in the same amount of days. The team traveled to East Central to take on the Lady Warriors, hosted the Lady Rangers of Northwest, and traveled to Ridgeland to play the Lady Bulldogs. The Lady Wolves suffered losses in all three opening matches after injuries and lack of rhythm hurt the team.

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