MHSAA

MHSAA to vote on seventh classification

Every other year, the Mississippi High School Activities Association reclassifies its teams based on up-to-date enrollment numbers. But soon enough, there could be a massive shift in who calls who…

Vancleave's Inaugural Wrestling Season

A new era of wrestling in Mississippi has begun. In addition to Ocean Springs, who has fielded a team for over a decade, all three high schools in the Jackson County District have wrestling…

MHSAA votes to proceed with winter sports

Today, the Mississippi High School Activities Association voted to allow winter sports to begin their seasons on schedule. That includes boys and girls basketball and soccer as well as bowling and powerlifting who can start practice as early as October…

MHSAA making decision on football Tuesday

Another big decision coming tomorrow from the Mississippi High School Activities Association. The executive committee is meeting tomorrow at 10 a.m. to discuss everything from playing close contact sports including football as scheduled to moving them to the spring. States…

High school football decision looming large

The coronavirus pandemic isn’t going away and neither is the desire to play high school football in the fall. Unfortunately that desire already took a backseat to the current reality in New Mexico where the season was pushed back to…

A closer look at MHSAA’s June 1st restart

The Mississippi High School Activities Association is on board with the June 1st restart, but it’s not always that simple. The guidelines set forth by Governor Reeves will also be met by those handed down by the MHSAA as soon…

MHSAA to resume June 1st

It’s been more than two months since high school athletics took a backseat to COVID-19. Seasons cut short, senior nights canceled, memories never made, and champions never crowned, but today the first signs of life from the Mississippi High School…

MHSAA to vote on June 1st return on Thursday

According to Brandon Shields of Mississippigridiron.com, the Mississippi High School Activities Association will have an executive committee meeting on Thursday to discuss the potential June 1st restart. If the date is upheld, schools across the Magnolia State will immediately be…

MHSAA still targeting June 1st return

It’s been close to a month since the Mississippi High School Activities Association closed up shop on seven different spring sports. Today, the governing body released its first update since April 15th. For the first time since the start of…

MHSAA cancels all spring sports for 2020 season

When Governor Tate Reeves ordered schools to stay closed throughout the remainder of the spring semester, it forced the hand of the Mississippi High School Activities Association to follow suit. The end result is a lost 2020 season for all…

MHSAA suspends play through April 17th

The chance of seeing high school athletics again this spring took another hit on Friday, but not all hope is lost just yet. Today, the Mississippi High School Activities Association extended its suspension of play from March 29th to April…

All MHSAA competition and practice suspended through March 29

CLINTON — To protect the health and safety of our students and communities, the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) is suspending all sanctioned contests and activities due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Mississippi. This policy was put in…

MHSAA says play on (for now)

Finally at the high school level, the MHSAA has released the following statement regarding its stance on the Coronavirus. As of now, the governing body is simply monitoring the situation with a contingency plan that says “possible restrictions may be…

MHSAA Reclassification Changes for 2017-2018

Once every two years, the Mississippi High School Activities Association does some movin’ and shakin’, known as reclassification. Today, a lot of schools found themselves in a different region including a couple from here on the Coast. The biggest change…