The grind to greatness: Q&A Indianapolis Colts Donte Moncrief

Grind or get ate. GOGA. That is the motto of Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Donte Moncrief each time he works out, goes to practice or prepares for a game in a Colts’ uniform. His father was a junior college standout at defensive back for Jones County Junior College (JCJC) in Ellisville, Mississippi but he gave up on his football dreams after playing at Southern Illinois University.

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A Mansfield Dream: Getting to know guard Noah Viers

2015 marks the year children who were born in 2000 will be 15 years old. To put things in perspective, the 9/11 attacks, the 2003 NBA Draft that included LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, the devastation of Hurricane Katrina and President Barack Obama becoming the first African-American president of the United States are a few of the things that impacted their lifestyle and view on society. History was made and as years continue to pass, for teenagers like Noah Viers, it means one step closer to reaching his dream of playing in the NBA.

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Underneath the Crown: Miss Mississippi Hannah Roberts

Only a small portion of young ladies gets the opportunity to participate in pageants. Even fewer get the chance to win, wear a pretty crown and move on to the next stage after each round. For Hannah Roberts, this was not only a dream but one she made come true in being crowned as the 59th Miss Mississippi during the 2015 Miss Mississippi pageant in Vicksburg on June 27.

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