Tiger baseball postpones game
Northeast Mississippi Community College’s baseball team will not play as scheduled today due to the inclement weather.
“Our game with Wallace State-Hanceville scheduled for today for noon at Harold T. White Field has been postponed to a later date,” said head coach Kent Farris. “We will notify everyone whenever we get a new date set.”
The Tigers’ next game is scheduled for Saturday, February 26 at Muscle Shoals, Ala., where they will face Central Alabama in game one at 2 p.m. and will play Northwest Shoals in game two set for 5 p.m.
Northeast post an overall record of 1-3 on the season after dropping its first two games to Calhoun back on February 15 in Booneville and split games with Wallace State in Hanceville on February 20.
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- Bogue signs with Blue Mountain College softball
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- Police continue drug fight with series of arrests
- Winners in the 2016 Mississippi Bluegrass Championships at the Down From the Hills Heritage Music festival
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