Gulfport's Castor Lee (center) gets congratulations from Dillon Brown (42) after scoring against Tupelo on Thursday at Trustmark Park in Pearl.
Gulfport's Castor Lee (center) gets congratulations from Dillon Brown (42) after scoring against Tupelo on Thursday at Trustmark Park in Pearl. Chris Todd Special to the Sun Herald
Gulfport's Castor Lee (center) gets congratulations from Dillon Brown (42) after scoring against Tupelo on Thursday at Trustmark Park in Pearl. Chris Todd Special to the Sun Herald

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