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Prep Rally covers Northeast Mississippi high school sports and is brought to you by the Daily Journal and DJournal.com, the area’s leader in prep sports coverage. Hosts Brad Locke and Gene Phelps, along with others in our reporting lineup, take a look at the big games and happenings in a coverage area that includes 60-plus high schools. The show airs each Wednesday.
||Clean#110: Baseball playoffs, spring football begin – 04/18/18||It’s a packed episode with a little bit of everything this week. Front and center are the baseball playoffs, which begin this week (1:37). Several series are starting Thursday, including South Pontotoc vs. North Pontotoc and Nettleton vs. Kossuth.||4/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#109: All-Area basketball teams; Saltillo baseball gets big win – 04/11/18||The Daily Journal put a bow on basketball with its annual All-Area team this past Sunday. On this episode, Brad and Dalton take a close look at the selections. On the girls side (1:50), Belmont’s Claire Maroon was named Player of the Year.||4/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#108: Two big basketball hires; Oxford tops Tupelo – 04/04/18||Two boys basketball coaching vacancies were filled earlier this week. On this episode, Brad and Dalton discuss Lafayette’s hire of Brad Gray (2:37), who previously coached at Senatobia and New Albany. He takes over a Lafayette program that won zero ga||4/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#107: Byrd out at Kossuth; Tally retiring; Tupelo rolling – 03/28/18||Chris Byrd is out as Kossuth girls basketball coach. That’s the big news this week. Brad and Dalton discuss the move (1:25), which Alcorn County School District Superintendent Larry Mitchell says was prompted by a verbal agreement – an agreement By||3/28/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#106: Coaches on the move – 03/21/18||Some big coaching moves have taken place in recent days. On this week’s episode, Brad and Dalton discuss Pat Byrd’s departure from Saltillo (1:43), where he was head football coach for eight years. Also a former Amory head coach,||3/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#105: Recapping the state basketball tournament – 03/14/18||The MHSAA basketball tournament wrapped up last weekend in Jackson, with four area teams claiming gold balls. On this week’s episode, Brad and Dalton take a lengthy look back at what went down. Okolona’s boys completed their torrid run through Class||3/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#104: Basketball state tournament preview – 02/28/18||The MHSAA basketball state tournament resumes Thursday in Jackson. Brad and Dalton spend this show previewing the big event. A total of 20 teams from Northeast Mississippi are taking part (1:27). Among those are some defending champs,||2/28/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#103: Kossuth, Booneville among winners as playoffs begin – 02/21/18||The MHSAA basketball playoffs began earlier this week, with several area teams vying to advance to Jackson. In girls action, Kossuth got a big game from Morgan Hodum and beat South Pontotoc on the road (1:13).||2/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#102: Tupelo in must-win game; Saltillo soccer playing for title – 02/14/18||As the soccer postseason nears its end, basketball’s is just starting up. On this episode, Brad and Dalton look at the division basketball tournaments getting under way this week (1:18). Brad has an update on Nettleton’s girls (2:27),||2/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#101: Hot Devils; soccer playoffs; Banks to Starkville – 02/07/18||Basketball, soccer, football, baseball – a little bit of everything can be found on this week’s episode. Brad and Dalton start by reviewing some key basketball results from the past week. On Tuesday, Booneville’s boys rallied past North Pontotoc t||2/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|