From the opening kickoff to the final whistle, the stands on the Mendenhall side of the field were eerily quiet as the home standing Tigers were on the business end of a one-sided affair. The statement from the Magee Trojans rang loud and clear Friday night, "this is our county!" The focus and intensity of each player on the Magee sidelines,
During the offseason, Trojan Coach Teddy Dyess told me that the offense wanted to run a play every seven seconds. In the Jamboree game against Morton, fans were given a taste of the speed of the offense and how potent it could be. Against Jefferson County, fans were shown just how fast and efficient the offense can be.
The "Cardiac Trojans" strike again! Over the past few weeks of the regular season and the start of the post season, Magee had to prove they could win a number of ways, including coming from behind against the likes of Mendenhall and Winona to win some late thrillers.
WINIONA, MS-- Eighteen years ago, the Trojans reached the pinnacle of high school football as they ascended to and won the State Championship. Since achieving that feat, Magee has not proceeded past the second round of the playoffs, despite having several talented teams in that 18-year drought. This year's Trojans team grew into one of the b
The Trojans' offense picked the right time to start kicking on all cylinders as they prepare to host the first playoff game in Magee in several years. Magee is rolling into the playoffs riding a four game win streak in which the average margin of victory is 26.75 points.