Last Friday, the Trojans celebrated Senior night and what would hopefully not be the final game at Trojan Field for the 2019 Magee Senior class. With the definitive win over the Tigers of Crystal Springs last Friday night, the Trojans all but assured hosting a playoff game in Magee for the first time in over half a decade. The Trojans have gr
Friday night, the Trojan faithful were honored with the presence of royalty as the Homecoming court was on full display. The football and class maids were dressed in full regalia as they prepared for the night many high school girls dream of. The biggest question lingering over the Homecoming proceedings is who would take the crown as Magee's
Friday night's district matchup between the Velma Jackson Falcons and the Magee Trojans may have been the pseudo district championship game, as the game pitted the top two contenders for the Region 6-3A crown in a battle of the titans.
For the second week in a row, the Trojan offense got off to a quick start. Magee hit the Bulldogs early and often Friday night, but like two boxers trading blows, the Bulldogs provided a mid-round flurry of their own that set up what could turn out to be a season defining win.
No win is an easy win. Every victory is hard fought and earned by the team that works the hardest when nobody is looking. However, some wins do come much easier, and if any team needed such a win, it was the Magee Trojans.
For the first time this season, the Trojans were able to play a full four quarter football game and it sure was an exciting sight to see. The game against the North Forrest Eagles featured everything you could possibly want in a football game: big pass plays, long runs, good defense, and a lot of scoring.
The Magee Trojans traveled nearly two hours for the second week in a row to leave the fans with only a taste of what is to come.
On August 11, the Trojans made the two hour trek to Starkville for a game scheduled to only be one half of football in what was perfect conditions for the high powered Magee offense.