Tuesday, March 7, 2017

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March 7, 2017 - 10:18am
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  POPLARVILLE - Vocalists walked away with top honors from the annual Talent Show at Pearl River Community College
  Morella Failla of Picayune performed “Popular” from Wicked to claim first place and a $500 scholarship.
  Second place went to Jonathan Dixon of Petal who sang “Writings on the Wall.” Cammie Moree of Sumrall and Houston McMahon of Purvis teamed up to sing “The Mess We’ve Made” and placed third.
  Nine students competed with four vocal entries, a monologue, a guitar performance, a piano performance, a stand-up comedy routine and a four-piece band.
  Judges were cheer coach Meghan Moger, assistant football coach Frank Walker and Patrick Scott, Student Government Association vice president.


Morella Failla of Picayune took top honors in the PRCC Talent Show with her rendition of “Popular” from Wicked.
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Cammie Moree of Sumrall and Houston McMahon of Purvis, left, took third place in the PRCC Talent Show, singing “The Mess We've Made.” Morella Failla of Picayune, center, won the $500 scholarship by singing “Popular” and Jonathan Dixon of Petal came in second after singing “Writings on the Wall.”
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March 7, 2017 - 10:30am
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  POPLARVILLE - Four students have advanced to the state level after the regional Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics competition held March 6 at Pearl River Community College.
  Wyatt Carter and Mikhyla McGee, students at Petal Middle School, placed first and second, respectively.
  Fellow Petal student Kinlea Robinson placed first in seventh grade competition. Second place in seventh grade went to Sam Powell, a student at Presbyterian Christian School.
  The four will compete again on April 8 at Hinds Community College for state titles.
  Six other schools also competed at PRCC - Bassfield Junior High, Hancock Middle, Middle School of Poplarville, Sacred Heart, South Forrest Attendance Center and West Marion.


Petal Middle School eighth graders Wyatt Carter, left, and Mikhyla McGee placed first and second respectively in the Mississippi Council of Math Teachers competition March 6 at Pearl River Community College. Kinlea Robinson, third from left, placed first in seventh grade competion. Alexis Essary also competed.
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Sam Powell, third from left, placed second in the seventh grade division at the Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics competition March 6 at Pearl River Community College. Other Presbyterian Christian School students who competed are, from left, eighth graders Benjamin Barbieri and Reese Tisdale and seventh grader Sterling Robbins.
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