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The Meridian Public School District's athletic program is an integral part of the total educational experience. Research demonstrates that participation in extracurricular athletics and activities is associated with higher academic achievement. Athletes have celebrated both individual and team successes, consistently placing in the district, state, and national rankings throughout the years.
We believe in high standards and expectations. Personal conduct and academic achievement are integral to participation and success in the athletic arena. Staff members consistently monitor the progress of our student-athletes in order to assist them in maximizing their ability to succeed both academically and athletically.
Wildcat Athletic News
It’s been nearly a decade since Meridian High School volleyball coach Jamie Buxton had one of her players get selected to play in the Mississippi Association of Coaches’ All-Star game.
Debreasha Powe didn’t want to drag out her college decision. After a junior season in which she finished with 19.2 points and 10.3 rebounds per contest, Powe, a Meridian High School guard, announced Sunday her intention to continue her basketball career at Mississippi State. It was a decision she made more than a week prior to it becoming public, and Powe said there was no reason to put it off any longer.
Tamarion Jones’ favorite NBA player is Kyrie Irving. “I like the way he gets to the basket when he needs to and scores when he has to,” said Jones, who will be a junior at Meridian High School this fall.
avis had a strong showing her senior year, batting .377 with six doubles, two home runs, 21 RBIs, 18 runs scored and 13 stolen bases. She was named first-team All-Region all four years of high school and signed with Coahoma Community College.
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