Wednesday, September 26, 2018
by Clip Syndicate
The Silver Slipper Casino Hotel in Bay St. Louis opened their newest amenity, the Slipper Sports Book today. The Slipper Sports Book will offer guests an opportunity to make wagers on a variety of sports betting events such as college and professional football, baseball, and basketball and much more. Special celebrity guest Bobby Hebert was in attendance to place the first bet when the sports book officially opens for business.   [READ MORE]
sports sports sports   [READ MORE]
Mound City girls basketball team is our Hy-Vee Team of the Week.   [READ MORE]
In place of high school basketball, we shift our attention to the diamond where there’s no shortage of early season action on the Gulf Coast. Tonight, Harrison Central played host to Pascagoula. Some 6A baseball a night early, this game getting pushed up a day with ominous weather looming for tomorrow. Pascagoula wins 10-5. Harrison Central drops to 4-2 and Panthers improve to 4-2.   [READ MORE]
Three years into the Bobby Hall era of Biloxi football, the second winningest coach in the history of the state is parting ways with the school district over a dispute with his contract. First reported by the Sun Herald, News 25 can confirm Hall’s departure which was prompted by attempts to restructure his deal. Hall says the two parties were unable to come to terms and that he’ll be leaving Biloxi at the end of February. The Hall of Fame coach isn’t hanging it up for good as he intends to add on to his 310 career wins by the time it’s all said and done. Hall just turned 63 last week and led the Indians to the playoffs as recently as 2016 with an overall record of 6-6. Hall tells News 25 “many times closure is difficult. However it always creates new beginnings.” Yesterday, Larry Dolan stepped down from his post at Pearl River Central after going 5-17 during his two years on the job. Sunday, Ole Miss head men’s basketball coach Andy Kennedy, the winningest coach in program history, exited gracefully amidst a disappointing season.   [READ MORE]

About The U.S. Daily News - Contact Us - Advertise With Us - Privacy Guidelines