Corinth 7 Ripley 5 (Warriors lead Div. 1-4A by a game over the Tigers)
Nettleton 7 Kossuth 5
New Albany 5 Tishomingo County 2
Biggersville 15 Jumpertown 5
Biggersville 10 Jumpertown 0
Belmont 10 Alcorn Central 7
New Site 8 Walnut 0
Amory 10 Booneville 8
Corinth 9 Ripley 0
Alcorn Central 14 Belmont 2
East Union 10 Walnut 5
Kossuth 7 Amory 0
North Pontotoc 4 Tishomingo County 3
Blue Mountain 13 Thrasher 5
East Union 13 New Site 6
Region 1-3A singles/doubles state qualifiers
@ Crossroads Regional Park
(Boys Singles) Caden Whittemore (AC) def. Chandler Ball (Boon) for division championship. Both players advance to state tournament seeded 1-2.
(Girls Singles) Taylor Cornelius (Koss) def. MacKenzie Dawson (Boon) for division championship. Both players advance to state tournament seeded 1-2.
(Mixed Doubles) Kristen Jackson/Aiden Holt (Koss) def. Jacob Cornelius/Lynden Duckworth (AC) for division championship. Both teams advance to state seeded 1-2.
(Boys Doubles) Gibson Foster/Brayden Hanna (Boon) won by forfeit over Kaden Simmons/Noah Walsh (Koss) for division championship. Both teams advance to state seeded 1-2.
(Girls Doubles) Grace Lambert/Luzia Forst (Boon) def. Ashton Harvell/Marly Bowen (Koss) for division championship. Both teams advance to state seeded 1-2
(Girls singles) Alexis Price (Corinth) finished 2nd and advances to state tournament.
**Corinth finished 2nd in 1-4A and advance to state playoffs. They will play at Clarksdale April 12.
North Half Archery
@ Crossroads Arena
Alcorn Central, 3,269
Top Male: Reed Robertson - 275
Top Female: Tatum Lancaster - 282
Top Male: Tracy Wegmann - 284
Top Female: Lily Shaw - 280
Top Male: Tilden Studdard - 278
Top Female: Brisanda Luna - 272
Tishomingo County, 3,019
Top Male: Brennah Moss - 278
Top Female: Abigail Long - 278
Top Male: Peyton Stallings - 238
Top Female: Kyah Rencher - 256
JUCO Mens Basketball/Region 23 Tournament
Northeast 98 Delgado (LA) 82
*Tigers advance to Region 23 semifinals and will play Hinds Thursday at 7:30 at A.E. Wood Coliseum on the campus of Mississippi College in Clinton)