After a relatively disappointing 2018 season, the Yazoo County Panthers seemed to have righted the ship with a 20-16 comeback win in the final 20 seconds of the game over Kosciusko on Thursday night in the season opener.
What’s left for someone who has excelled in every level of their craft but the top one?
Alexander Hollins has seemingly done it all on the football field.
He dominated at both Yazoo City High and Yazoo County High, earning accolades at both stops.
Yazoo County’s Panthers had a huge 7-1 start to the heart of their schedule, including an important 5-0 start to district play.
The stretch brought Yazoo County’s overall record up to 10-5.
In what has become an annual tradition of sorts, Yazoo County’s baseball season has been marred in the early portion due to a plethora of rain.
The lack of consistency and continuity have made it difficult for the Panthers to get into a groove thus far.
On Saturday night, the 28-0 Yazoo County Panthers took the court against a fiercely competitive Coahoma team who took them to the brink of their abilities, but when the final buzzer sounded, the Panthers had moved to 29-0 after defeating the Tigers 63-57.
After winning the district tournament and first round of the playoffs with relative ease, the triumphant season finally came to a close for the Yazoo County Lady Panthers in the second round of the playoff when they fell 44-39 to Belmont.