Tomcats look good in jamboree While Stone High football Coach Adam Stone will always see room for improvement, he was impressed with the way his team played in a 14-0 victory over Bay High Friday.
Tomcat quarterback Ashton Hickman evades a Bay High Tigers defender during Friday night's jamboree in Bay St. Louis. Enterprise photo by Jody O'Hara
The Stone High Tomcats football team held Midnight Madness last Friday. The event marked the first date teams could practice in full pads. Coach Adam Stone used the event to accomplish several things. The team met at the fieldhouse, held meetings and weight training sessions and then moved to Reynolds Field for the practice session at midnight. The team then returned to the fieldhouse for an overnight stay and coaches cooked breakfast for the team Saturday morning. The Tomcats will travel to Bay High for a one-half scrimmage Friday evening. The junior varsity will play at 5:30 p.m. and the varsity scrimmage will follow. Enterprise photo by Jody O’Hara Local All-Stars qualify for nationals A team of 14- and 15-year-old basketball players based in Stone County will compete this week against 500 other teams in pursuit of a national championship.