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2011 Pangos Camp Roster

Jun 4, 2011 • by Leroy White • West Coast Hoops
2011 Pangos All-American Camp June 3-5, 2011 @ Cal State Dominguez Hills (Carson CA) 2011 ROSTER BY ASSIGNED TEAMS 1 More

2011 Pangos All-American Camp Assigned Team Rosters

Jun 4, 2011 • West Coast Hoops
Players are broken down by assigned teams with their numbers and schools More

iHigh.com to Offer Live Video from Pangos All-American Camp

Jun 4, 2011 • West Coast Hoops
iHigh.com, the global youth network, and West Coast Hoops have announced that basketball fans across the nation can view live video from 9th annual Pangos All-American Camp. More

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One killed, one hospitalized after Pearl rush hour crash

Oct 23, 2014 • Mississippi News Now
One man is dead and another is in the hospital following a two vehicle car collision in Pearl. 23-year-old Aaron Matthew Brown of Brandon was killed in the crash on Highway 80 eastbound at around 5 Thursday evening. The driver of a blue 1993 Cadillac, ... More

Readers: Pit Bulls getting bad rap

Jul 8, 2014 • Jackson Clarion Ledger
Readers had a lot to say about a Jackson woman charged for having a pit bull in Clinton. The city put ... On Facebook, Becky Moscow wrote: "Clinton needs to get with the times, along with every other city in MS who has [Breed Specific Legislation ... More

Best of Jackson 2014: People

Jan 22, 2014 • Jackson Free Press
She began her journalism career while at Mississippi College, working at the school's radio station. She later worked at WMSI (MISS 103; formerly WJDX). During her senior year in college, Wade began working at WLBT and has delighted the Jackson ... More

Getting to the Cause of School Brawls

Nov 27, 2013 • Jackson Free Press
#Dr. Cedrick Gray, the Jackson Public Schools superintendent, promises to punish any and all students who violated district rules during a recent outbreak of fighting—as well as social-media promotion of those fights—at William B. Murrah High School. More

From Mississippi to the Ivy League: Two students reflect on their unique journeys

Aug 5, 2013 • MSNBC
Travis Reginal and Justin Porter of Jackson, Mississippi, have accomplished something extraordinary by any measure: they were accepted into Ivy League universities. Reginal wrapped up his freshman year at Yale in May; Porter did the same at Harvard. More

A Classic High Achiever, Minus Money for a College Consultant

Jul 30, 2013 • New York Times
Travis Reginal and Justin Porter were friends back in Jackson, Miss. They attended William B. Murrah High School, which is 97 percent African-American and 67 percent low income. Murrah is .... Maybe I should have stayed in Mississippi where I belonged.”. More

Aligning Behind JPS

Nov 26, 2013 • Jackson Free Press
#Shortly after Cedrick Gray wrapped up his Thursday evening press conference, in which he discussed fights at William B. Murrah High School last week, the assembled media hastily packed up their cameras and microphones and silently filed out of the ... More

Poetry Pairing | 'American Income'

Feb 6, 2014 • New York Times (blog)
In “Reflections on the Road to Yale,” Travis Reginal writes about his transition to Yale University from William B. Murrah High School, a school in Jackson, Miss., that is 97 percent African-American and 67 percent low income. I knew I had a great shot ... More

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