WALB Election 2018 First Alert

  Gametime - Week 3

We’re three weeks in to the high school football season. Another Friday night in the Pine Belt offered some great ball games. Here’s a look at some of the scores from around the area...

Ole Miss unveil new powder blue uniforms ahead of season opener

Rebels will debut their new digs in their 2020 season opener, September 26th at home against No. 5 Florida.

  Teams on an early-season roll set to collide

A pair of 3-1 teams, Presbyterian Christian High School and Wayne Academy, will collide at 7 p.m. Friday in Hattiesburg.

  Petal, West Jones meet in early-season battle of unbeatens

It’s another highly-anticipated matchup on Friday night when Petal (2-0) visits West Jones (2-0) at 6 p.m.Two proud programs both with recent success, the Panthers finished 12-2 a season ago, falling to Oak Grove in the class 6A South State Championship.

  Scotty Walden ushers in new era of USM football

Scotty Walden picked a good game to begin his Southern Miss coaching career.Just 12 days after being appointed USM’s interim head coach, Walden leads the Golden Eagles into Conference USA play against Louisiana Tech.

  Bobcats two weeks out from season-opener

Junior college football is quickly approaching.Jones College kicks off its season against East Central in just two weeks.Head coach Steve Buckley and company look to clean up some things and get healthy in the meantime.

Jimmy Smith makes list of NFL Hall of Fame nominees

Former Jackson State University standout Jimmy Smith makes list of NFL Hall of Fame nominees.

Tim’s Two Cents podcast with Southern Miss AD Jeremy McClain

This week's episode will feature WDAM's Tim Doherty and sports director Taylor Curet interviewing USM Athletic Director Jeremy McClain.

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  Gametime - Week 3

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  Downtown Hattiesburg to launch ‘Get Out and Get Downtown’ campaign

The Downtown Hattiesburg Association is encouraging residents to visit downtown with the launch of its “Get Out and Get Downtown” campaign.