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Six schools win Text To Win contest

Congratulations to the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Text to Win contest champions.

Six schools won $1,000 for their school’s physical education department in conjunction with the Gridiron Classic State Football Championships at the University of Southern Mississippi.

Class 1A: Nanih Waiya
Class 2A: Scott Central
Class 3A: Seminary
Class 4A: Louisville
Class 5A: West Jones
Class 6A: Oak Grove

“Making it to the state championships is a team effort supported by coaches, faculty, the student body and entire communities,” said Meredith Bailess, director, corporate communications with Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi. “The Text to Win Contest gives communities another opportunity to support their team in championship competition.”

Class 1A Text to Win Champions 2018

(Pictured, left to right)

Randy Grierson, Superintendent, Louisville Municipal School District

Belinda Swart, Principal, Nanih Waiya Attendance Center

James Courtney, Head Football Coach, Nanih Waiya Attendance Center

Class 2A Text to Win Champions 2018

(Pictured, left to right)

Steven Overstreet, High School Principal, Scott Central Attendance Center

Devin Cooper, Head Football Coach and Athletic Director, Scott Central Attendance Center

Chad Harrison, Assistant Superintendent, Scott County School District

Tony McGee, Superintendent, Scott County School District

Class 3A Text to Win Champions 2018

(Pictured, left to right)
Lyncola Tate, Secretary, Seminary High School
Jon Chancellor, Principal, Seminary High School
Brian Rials, Head Football Coach and Athletic Director, Seminary High School
Lesia Taormina, Bookkeeper, Seminary High School

Class 4A Text to Win Champions 2018(Pictured, left to right)
Randy Grierson, Superintendent, Louisville Municipal School District
M.C. Miller, Head Football Coach, Louisville High School

Hilute Hudson, Principal, Louisville High School

Class 5A Text to Win Champions 2018

(Pictured, left to right)
Mark Herrington, Assistant Superintendent of Education, Jones County School District
Cooper Pope, Supervising Principal, West Jones High School
Scott Pierson, Head Football Coach and Athletic Director, West Jones High School

Class 6A Text to Win Champions 2018

(Pictured, left to right)
Chris McCardle, Athletic Director, Oak Grove High School
Helen Price, Principal Oak Grove High School
Drew Causey, Head Football Coach, Oak Grove High School

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