The Biloxi Indians, Region VI 6A high school football champs after last week's 20-17 victory over Gulfport, will host Hattiesburg in a playoff game Friday night at 7.
Tickets are on sale at the main office at Biloxi Junior High School, which is on Father Ryan Avenue; or in the Athletic Office, which is at the football stadium on the Biloxi High School campus. All tickets are $7, a price set by the Mississippi High School Activities Association.
All tickets are general admission.
State passes are the only passes accepted. No Big Red or district passes, nor faculty or student IDs will be accepted.
These playoff tickets can be picked up between 7:30 and 11:30 a.m., and between 12:30 and 3:30 p.m. daily through Friday. Tickets also will be on sale in the high school cafeteria during the lunch periods on Friday.
Drill team takes second in Gulf Breeze event
Biloxi High’s Air Force JROTC Drill Team, which placed second overall in the Gulf Breeze (Fla.) Regional Drill Championship over the weekend, has now competed against 31 teams this year and has a record of 30 wins and one defeat.
The Gulf Breeze event on Saturday featured 19 teams from a four-state area. Competitors were judged in two overall categories of drill, the Armed and Unarmed Divisions.
Biloxi won the overall Unarmed Division Championship, placing second in Unarmed Color Guard commanded by Regene Hall, second in Unarmed Exhibition, commanded by Hailey Russell; second in Unarmed Regulation, commanded by Autrionne Monroe; and third in Unarmed Regulation, commanded by Camilla Meza.
Biloxi also placed first in Armed Exhibition Drill, commanded by Eric Henry; and second in Armed Color Guard, commanded by Andre White.
News and notes
Revised athletics calendar: Athletic Directot Tom Gladney has revised the monthly athletics calendar because of the playoff game on Friday. To see the revised calendar, which is on the Athletics page, click here.
Mock honors:>/b> The Biloxi High Youth Legislature Delegation, recently formed by Biloxi government teacher Deanna Roessling, competed in a mock session of Congress over two days in Jackson. BHS senior Connor Evans was recognized as Outstanding Lobbyist, and Nick Kleimeier, also a senior, was recognized as Outstanding Representative.