08/18  THS VS. D'IBERVILLE (WEB)

              THS 21 - D'IBERVILLE 28

              Salem 20 - Enterprise 28 (OT)

08/25  SALEM VS. WEST LINCOLN (WEB)

              SALEM 20 - WEST LINCOLN 43

09/01  THS VS. MCCOMB

              THS 41 - MCCOMB 29 (WEB)

              Salem 20 - Lloyd Star 47

09/08  THS VS. NORTH PIKE

              THS 14 - NORTH PIKE 18 (WEB)

              Salem 26 - Puckett 37

09/15  THS VS. SOUTH PIKE (WEB)

              THS 34 - SOUTH PIKE 13

              Salem 6 - Bogue Chitto 39

09/22  THS VS. FRANKLINTON, LA

              THS 19 - FRANKLINTON, LA 18

              SALEM 8 - EAST MARION 48

09/29  THS VS. JEFF. DAVIS CO.

              THS 14 - JEFF. DAVIS CO. 43

              SALEM 16 VS. MT. OLIVE 40

10/06  THS VS. COLUMBIA

              THS 30 - Columbia 20

              SALEM 0- RESURRECT. CATH. 48

10/13  THS VS. SEMINARY (HC) (WEB)

              THS 15 - Seminary 7

              SALEM 7 - STRINGER 53

10/20  THS VS. WESSON

              THS 36 - WESSON 20            

10/27  THS VS. WEST MARION

              SALEM VS. SACRED HEART

AWAY GAMES IN BOLD

AIR TIME IS 6:45

The guys who work the public address systems at high school football games are volunteers, for the most part, die-hard fans of the home team.
One such long standing announcer is Ed Hughes, who has been at the microphone at least three decades covering the Tylertown Chiefs from the press box.
He’s a long-time football fan--going back to when THS teams were known as the Blue Devils playing at the old Haspel Stadium.
After the teams became the “Chiefs,” Hughes remained supportive of THS sports and his kids were involved in athletics at the school. Sons Darrel and Pat both played and the three girls, Sheila, Dana and Sharon, played in the band or played basketball.
Since he was already at the game, as there was always a child there, he drifted into the PA (public address) work.
Nathan Graves and Danny Trusty were handling some of the PA duties stats when Hughes started doing the games. It wasn’t long before he found himself “elevated” to the “Voice of the Chiefs” spot, and he’s been at it since.

‘Voice of the Chiefs’...manning the

public address mike for 30+ years

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Salem High School Lady Wildcats

2017-18 volleyball team
Salem’s Lady Wildcats volleyball team includes, from left, front: Lexie Lucas, A’leighyah Riley, Hannah Rushing, Sara Bossier, Hope Thomas, Chasity Hightower; middle, Shaniya Jenkins, Alyssa Pollard, Alvinyuna Riley, Sa’maya Brister, Carley Rawls, Riley Rayborn, Geraldnika Polk; back, Lajasmine Lewis, Alyssa Lowery, Ashlynn Gautreau, Keasia Andrews, Massey Meyers, Claire Busbin.

Congratulations, headed to the State Playoffs

Lady Cats defeat Seminary this afternoon

10-19-17 and advance to 2nd round