Adding an ultra-quick point guard who can score, the Greyhounds have signed Laquentin Miles to an NJCAA Letter of Intent and Scholarship Agreement for the 2017-18 season in a ceremony at Marked Tree High School.
Going back to the school that yielded two standout performers this past season, the Greyhounds have signed Kamron Rose and Geordan Reed to Letters of Intent for the 2017-18 season in a ceremony at Jackson South Side High School in Jackson, Tennessee.
Coming off their best season in school history, the Greyhounds wasted no time picking up their first signee of the spring by inking forward Josh Richardson from Blytheville High School Friday at a signing ceremony in the Blytheville High School auditorium.
After leading by six points at the half, the Greyhounds couldn't overcome a second-half cold spell that resulted in a 19-0 run for St. Louis Community College as the Archers took an 86-69 victory Saturday at The Dog House for the NJCAA District XIII Championship.
The Greyhounds played well enough to win but just couldn't overcome the offense of West Kentucky in the second half as they fell 97-94 to break a school-record 10-game winning streak Wednesday night in Paducah, Kentucky.
Making it a Sophomore Night to remember, the Greyhounds recognized their three second-year players before the game and then raced to a 93-63 victory over Bethel University JV for their school-record ninth win in a row.
For the first time in the seven years of the men's basketball program, the Greyhounds have won both regular-season games against NJCAA Region 2 rival North Arkansas College with an 81-68 victory Saturday at The Dog House.
Racing to a 57-18 halftime lead, the Greyhounds coasted to a 94-55 victory for their record seventh win in a row over Crowley's Ridge College JV and now prepare to host Region 2 rival North Arkansas College Saturday at The Dog House.
Freshman Terrandus Smith scored a game-high 31 points and pulled down a game-high 10 rebounds as ASU Mid-South pulled ahead in the second half to edge Northwest Mississippi Community College 80-76 in a thriller Thursday at The Dog House.
In the first of two Region 2 matchups with playoff implications, freshman Terrandus Smith's three-pointer broke a tie with 2.4 seconds left to give the Greyhounds an 82-79 victory over North Arkansas College in Harrison.
The Greyhounds saw what running out of the gate looked like Tuesday night, and their comeback attempt was too little too late as they fell to Northeast Mississippi Community College 104-77 in Booneville, Mississippi.
In a game of possessions, the Greyhounds took a lead with 12 minutes to go only to hit a nearly six-minute scoring drought on the way to a 74-57 loss Saturday at home to the St. Louis Community College Archers.
After watching Rhema College sink ten treys in the first half, the Greyhounds limited the Eagles to only three in the second half only to see their comeback fall short as they dropped their second game in a row, 82-78.
In a tale of two halves, the Greyhounds overcame a hot St. Louis Community College team with some stifling defense in the second half to claim a 69-63 victory and hand the Archers their first loss of the season.