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Flashettes won their sixth consecutive state title Monday



Flashettes won state title
Flashettes dance team (photos by YAS Photo LLC)

The St. Aloysius Flashettes dance team won their sixth consecutive state title Monday at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, Mississippi.

The team is well coached by Chesley Lambiotte and won in the division 4A Pom and Jazz dance category.

“This is the most dedicated group of young ladies, and they worked so hard for this title,” Lambiotte said.

The Flashettes have danced for the football team this fall, and fans love the great halftime performances at home games. For the jazz dance, St. Aloysius Flashette alumna Taylor Lee, now a dance coach at Mississippi State University, choreographed the dance for the Flashettes.

“Our motto is quality over quantity, and all the ladies are so disciplined and overall great leaders,” Lambiotte said.

The Flashettes have 12 members who put in hard work every day. They have exceeded their expectations and will continue to strive for greatness as they celebrate another year as champions.

Flashettes team lineup:

Bradi Davidson
Alana Latorre
Sara Pratt
Kendyl Rice

Allie Boland
Sarah Jacobs Houser
Maggie Roberson

Gabby Andrews
Ally Doiron
Karly Henderson

Sawyer McCain
Grace Windham


Butler named Community MVP by NFL Players Association



Tennessee Titan Malcolm Butler (Photo by Chipermc - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Vicksburg native and Tennessee Titan Malcolm Butler continues his generous charitable giving in communities where he has lived and worked. In recognition, he was named the Community MVP for week 11 by the NFL Players Association.

Butler posted the news Wednesday on Facebook.

Butler graciously helped provide people in Nashville, Tennessee, with free COVID-19 testing and grocery gift cards, feeding about 600 families. He helped residents of his hometown, Vicksburg, by giving out grocery cards as well, while also donating $5,000 to the University of West Alabama’s hunger/pandemic fund relief. UWA is his alma mater.

The NFLPA thanked Butler on Twitter for his donation.

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Masterson scored 10 points in PCA’s 66-28 victory Tuesday



(photo by Carrie Martin)

Porter’s Chapel Academy basketball player Sophie Masterson helped the Lady Eagles to a 66-28 win over Tallulah Academy Tuesday.

Masterson scored 10 points on the night, and she also added 10 rebounds along with her points as the Eagles crushed the Trojans. Her sister Olivia Masterson grabbed seven rebounds and put up 4 points in the win.

Sophie not only did great in last night’s win, but she also played excellent defense Monday where she had 11 rebounds in the win against Deer Creek.

Yakia Burns led the Lady Eagles in points over Tallulah Academy by scoring 35, and Zy Smith added 9 points of her own.

Sisters Marley and Macey Bufkin also managed to get points on the board last night as well. Macey finished with 4, and Marley had 2 points while both played exceptional defense in the game.

Masterson and the Eagles will play again Thursday against Tensas Academy at home starting at 6 p.m.

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Hinds soccer players honored for academic achievement



Johannah Grace Ballenger and David "Beau" Rimmer (photos courtesy Hinds CC)

Two Hinds Eagle soccer players have been honored for achievements in the classroom with David M. Halbrook Certificate Awards for Academic Achievement Among Athletes for 2020.

Johannah Grace Ballenger, of Brandon, and David “Beau” Rimmer, of Bay St. Louis, were recognized during the Mississippi Association of Colleges and Universities business meeting, held recently via a virtual platform.

The annual honors recognize efforts of individual student-athletes who excel in academics, leadership and service. Each college or university in Mississippi selected a male and female student athlete to receive this recognition.

The Halbrook Awards program recognizes colleges and universities that achieve and maintain high academic standards for student athletes, thus encouraging high graduation rates.

The Halbrook Award for Academic Achievement Among Athletes was established in 1984 as a result of the passage of House Concurrent Resolution No. 88. The awards program is made possible through endowments from former Rep. David M. Halbrook of Belzoni and his brothers, John C. and James G. Halbrook, of Belzoni, and J.A. Halbrook, of Beaumont, Texas, in honor of their parents, John C. and Ernestine McCall Halbrook.

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