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  • Sports Guys: Picayune should advance in football playoffs, Poplarville, Resurrection have tough roads

    Sun Herald sports writers Patrick Magee and Patrick Ochs give a preview of Resurrection’s 1A playoff match against Nanih Waiya, Poplarville’s 4A matchup against Mendenhall and Picayune’s 5A rematch against Wayne County.

Sun Herald sports writers Patrick Magee and Patrick Ochs give a preview of Resurrection’s 1A playoff match against Nanih Waiya, Poplarville’s 4A matchup against Mendenhall and Picayune’s 5A rematch against Wayne County.
Sun Herald sports writers Patrick Magee and Patrick Ochs give a preview of Resurrection’s 1A playoff match against Nanih Waiya, Poplarville’s 4A matchup against Mendenhall and Picayune’s 5A rematch against Wayne County.

Patrick’s Picks: Three teams battle for South State final bids

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Patrick Magee covers high school, college and minor league baseball and recreational sports for the Sun Herald, You can reach him at 896-2333 or at pmagee@sunherald.com .