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WC basketball player Travis Williams scored 21 points on Thursday

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Warren Central High School basketball player Travis Williams had his best performance as a Viking on Thursday when he helped lead the team to victory.

Williams scored a season high of 21 points in the Vikings 62-50 win over Crystal Springs High School.  He hit an impressive five 3-pointers in the game, which easily helped WC come out with a win.

Williams is in his senior season playing for the Vikings under head coach Bruce Robinson. He only averaged 3.1 points per game last season, but he is now showing off his great athleticism and is shooting for greater statistics this season.

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Burns scored over 30 points in all three games this season for PCA

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Porter’s Chapel basketball player Yakia Burns has now had three straight games scoring over 30 points in each one.

Burns scored 32 points in the Lady Eagles’ first two games, which helped the team to a 1-1 record.

On Thursday, The Lady Eagles defeated Franklin Academy 51-42, with Burns again leading the team with 33 points and 11 rebounds.

The Lady Eagles (2-1) will be shooting for another victory when they face off with Franklin Academy again in an away game on Tuesday.

 

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Gray scored 16 points for St. Aloysius

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(photo by Keith Phillips)

St. Aloysius boys basketball player Padre Gray Jr had a great game in the Flashes first match of the season Thursday.

Gray scored 16 points in the Flashes 66-35 loss to Clinton Christian Academy. He also had two rebounds and three assists.

Gray is in his first year at St. Aloysius and also plays on the Flashes football team. He is a transfer from Vicksburg High School and has made a impact on St. Aloysius athletics since arriving this summer.

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WC travelling to Tupelo and VHS to Grenada for playoff games next week

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Coaches Josh Morgan, left, of Warren Central High and Todd McDaniel, right, of Vicksburg High, will be taking their teams to the playoffs this year. (Photos by Ced Tillman)

Both Warren Central High School and Vicksburg High School will be on the road next week to face opponents in playoff games.

Vicksburg will travel to Granada (7-2) to face the Chargers who are coming off a 21-0 win over New Hope Friday night. The Gators (3-7) wrapped up their season last night with a 26-7 loss to Holmes County Central. They are competing in the playoffs for the first time in three years.

Warren Central will also be traveling Friday to face Tupelo (6-4) who lost to Oxford last night 25-14. The Vikings (6-2) had a bye week and didn’t play Friday but will hit the road next week in hopes of a victory.

The 2020 season is the first time since 2017 that both of Warren County’s public high schools will participate in the playoffs at the same time. The schools are in different divisions, though, and will not play each other.

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