It’s all basketball on this week’s episode, as the state tournament tipped off earlier this week. Brad Locke and Gene Phelps take a look at both the boys (1:46) and the girls (12:14), with a closer look how certain Northeast Mississippi teams fared in the first round. On the boys side, the guys discuss Tupelo (1:55), Shannon (3:09), Ripley (4:40) and Ingomar (6:39). As for the girls, they look at Ingomar (12:20), Tupelo (13:34), Pontotoc (14:15) and Lafayette (15:11). And of course, we have the Athletes of the Week (18:08).
Area basketball teams are vying for division tournament titles this week, and Brad Locke and Gene Phelps take a look at some of the early results and upcoming matchups (4:20). Also on this week’s show, a glance at the final Daily Journal basketball rankings of the season (1:18), All-Area soccer candidates (12:39), Athletes of the Week (16:02), and the state bowling championships (18:38).
Some changes are coming to the softball and track and field championships (1:21), but Brad Locke and Gene Phelps mostly have basketball to talk about on this week’s episode. They’ll take a look back at some key games earlier in the week, including wins by Tupelo, Itawamba AHS and Saltillo (6:08), and they look ahead to next week’s division tournaments (10:53). Also, Gene talks about Oxford’s girls winning a state soccer championship (15:17), and Brad presents the Athletes of the Week (17:36).
The basketball regular season is starting to wind down, which means some division races are heating up. Brad is joined by David Wheeler to talk about the strong seasons Tupelo’s basketball teams are having (1:19), as well as some key division races in Classes 2A, 3A and 5A (12:11). Also, the soccer playoffs are at full tilt (10:44), and Brad presents the Athletes of the Week (14:25).
Brad Locke is joined by guest co-host Kedrick Storey of the Southern Sentinel. In this week’s episode, the guys take a look back at some recent basketball results, including Tupelo’s big win over Columbus (2:12) and Baldwyn’s blowout of Ingomar (5:41). Also, Kedrick gives an update on the strong seasons being had by Ripley’s basketball squads (6:44), the soccer playoffs have begun (11:48), and Brad presents the Athletes of the Week (14:23).
A lot of important basketball games are being played this month. On today’s show, Brad and Gene take a look back at some of Tuesday’s results (1:10) as well as Oxford’s game Monday (3:15) and last week’s county tournaments (5:48). Also on tap today: Big games this coming weekend (6:55), including the annual Hotbed Classic (12:01), Jack Abraham’s college decision (16:17), and our Athletes of the Week (17:25).
Prep editor Brandon Speck joins Brad Locke as guest co-host this week. There’s plenty of basketball going on, and the guys will discuss Tupelo’s boys (1:30), last weekend’s Pontotoc’s Tangle on the Trail tournament (4:19), and the upcoming county tournaments (10:43). Brandon also talks about two area football recruits who are highly sought by both Ole Miss and Mississippi State (12:54), and Brad presents the Athletes of the Week (16:34).
We’re back after a holiday hiatus. On this week’s show, Gene Phelps and Brad Locke dive headfirst into basketball. There were some big games Tuesday night, including Houlka’s comeback win at Ingomar. Also, the guys take a look at the upcoming Union County Tournament, Tupelo soccer, and Athletes of the Week.
This week, Gene and Brad are joined by Oxford Citizen sports editor John Davis, who looks back at Mississippi’s win in the Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game. The Magnolia state squad snapped a seven-game losing streak and got big performances from receivers DK Metcalf (Oxford) and AJ Brown (Starkville). Other topics include Oxford QB Jack Abraham reopening his recruitment, Booneville basketball, and our Athlete of the Week.
On this week’s episode of Prep Rally, Brad and Gene take a look back at the MHSAA football state championships from last weekend, including the wild ending to the Oxford-Wayne County 5A final. Also, Ricky Woods won yet another ring, this time with Starkville. And the guys talk basketball as well, with some big early season games and tournaments on tap.