This week's edition of Tim's Two Cents podcast will feature WDAM's Tim Doherty and various guests discussing Pine Belt sports talking with West Jones High School athletic director/football coach Scott Pierson .
When Paul Elias first started fishing in Laurel, he had one pole.The 68-year-old now has 50 poles, a heck of a nice boat and nine professional wins.And he still loves the sport just the same as when he was seven.
A new baseball league could be making its way to the Pine Belt.Taylor Duncan’s Alternative Baseball Organization was founded in Atlanta, Georgia as a way to give teens/adults with autism and other disabilities the opportunity to play organized baseball.
All it takes is a 20 mile drive along Highway 28 to watch two of Mississippi’s most talented football players. Taylorsville’s Ty Keyes and Magee’s Chandler Pittman are ranked No. 6 and No. 9, respectively, among ESPN’s top Mississippi recruits in the class of 2021.College coaches from all over...
First Priority of South Mississippi held its 20th annual Golf Tournament and Live/Silent Auction on Thursday.Super Bowl champion head coach Doug Pederson served as the guest speaker and said the offseason is a great opportunity to give back and share his journey.
"On Friday's, the talk was all football,” said Jimmy Bass. “It was all Laurel football. Everybody got involved."Not much has changed in Laurel since Jimmy Bass was a high schooler at George Gardiner in the 1940s.