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SUMRALL – It was a tough way to end a good season, but the Sumrall Bobcats dropped their regular season finale to Greene County 63-41 to close the book on 2016.
SUMRALL – Just two years removed from a winless season, Sumrall head coach Shannon White has his team one win away from a playoff berth.
SUMRALL – In its first year as a program, both the girls and boys’ soccer teams at Sumrall did something incredible – it made the playoffs.
SUMRALL – The Bobcats are in the same situation they were two weeks ago. After getting blown out, they must regroup and get ready to play another region opponent. It’s another winnable game, too.
SUMRALL – All season long Sumrall has dominated its opponents for a perfect 22-0 record, but in the playoffs, the records don’t matter.
POPLARVILLE – The Bobcats took a tough loss to Poplarville Friday night 56-6, and it drops Sumrall to 5-4 overall and 1-2 in Region 7-4A. Sumrall returns to the field this week with a home game against Forrest County AHS.
POPLARVILLE – After getting it handed to them two weeks ago against Purvis, the Bobcats traveled to Columbia and came back with a seven-point win. The offense got back on track and the defense played well enough to keep the Wildcats at bay.
COLUMBIA – It was the only game the Bobcats (4-3, 0-1 Region 7-4A) weren’t really a factor in, and now they must forget about last Friday and move on to Columbia (1-4, 0-1) this week.
SUMRALL -- The Purvis Tornadoes took their running attack to a new level in the second half and shut down the Sumrall offense by outscoring the Bobcats 28-13 Friday night in the final two quarters to open the District 7-4A schedule with a 42-13 victory.