Lyon Mississippi Sports
Transfer wide receiver Kyheem Waleed announced his transfer on Tuesday and was named Southwestern Athletics Conference player of the week on Tuesday.
Waleed is a four-star recruit from Biloxi High School, an ESPN and Sports Rival, who hails from Casteel High School in Mississippi and ranks in the top 100. During his time at BHS he was editor of the student newspaper High Tide, a member of the boxing and football teams, a member of the football and athletics teams and a member of the basketball team. He was elected to Mr. Biloxi's high school and was a junior and senior selection for the All-Southwestern Athletics Conference, as well as an assistant coach and assistant coach at the high school level.
He was the defensive coordinator for the Alabama-Mississippi game in 2000 and then moved to Spain Park, which had opened two years earlier. He returned as coach of the Jags offensive line in 2003. During his coaching career, he sent a large number of players to the University of Mississippi, Mississippi State, Florida State University and Florida Atlantic University, and worked as a doctor and football coach at clinics throughout the Southeast. In addition to his time at Biloxi High School, he also coached football, wrestling and the high school basketball program at Casteel High School.
The Goode family, which includes his nephews, excelled in high school and he coached Little League baseball. He has coached at the University of Mississippi, Mississippi State, Florida State University and Florida Atlantic University, among others.
Before his move to Lyon, Stewart - Long led the team in assists and was named to the All-Conference and District teams twice at AIC. Hewitt's wrestlers won two state championships, made 10 straight playoff appearances, reached four state semifinals and three state finals, as well as the state title game. He is one of the state's leading wrestling coaches and led the Tigers to three consecutive titles and a semifinal berth in 2010 and 2011.
The Bay Area native has covered more than 1,000 games of Major League Baseball, NFL, college football and college basketball. Miller was selected as the winner of ESPN SportsCenter's host in 1990, when ESPN-TV began its coverage of Major League Baseball. During his tenure at ESPN, he broadcast 13 consecutive World Series on ESPN Radio and was nominated twice for a national Emmy Award.
Mississippi State threatened early, picking up two hits and putting two runners in scoring position, but Ole Miss put it all together to draw to the Missouri 36 before turning the ball over to punt. The second half began with a strong start by the Bulldogs (4-1, 1-0) in the first.
But make no mistake, Ole Miss defenders would quickly take over, and Lyons and his friends said goodbye to the Jolly Good Fellow for so long. It was a goodbye, though, as Lyons will be back home with his family in the next few days. He gave every point he should have, but he was quickly taken out by an OleMiss defender.
Kenny J. Lyons' wife Germaine is the daughter of Barry Lyons, the former coach of Mississippi State's football team. Her eldest daughter lives in Jackson, her son near Houston, and the youngest daughter who will live with her is in Owensboro, Kentucky.
Billy Lyons was the father of his beloved wife of 40 years, Adelaide Lyons. His death follows two sons, Lee Lyons and Joe Lyons Jr., and two daughters, Barbara and Gertrude Lyons. The death of Billy Lyons follows the death of three sons and a daughter-in-law: John, Matthew and David Lyons; and three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. His death was preceded by four sons: Lee, Joe, Billy, Kenny and Kenny J. Lyons III; four daughters: Barbara, Germaine, Sarah, Amanda and Amanda; one grandson, David.
Before Stewart died, her husband of 40 years, Adelaide Lyons, and their two sons, Billy and Joe Lyons Jr., and their two daughters, Barbara and Gertrude Lyons.
Stewart Lange began her playing days at ASU Beebe, where she was recruiting coordinator. Thin. She previously served as an assistant coach at Texas A & M University in Austin, Texas, and then at the University of Texas at Austin (2005-08), where he served as first assistant and recruiting coordinator. More recently, she was assistant coach and deputy athletic director of the U.S. Men's National Team Development Program (USAID). She earned her bachelor's degree in political science from the College of William & Mary and her master's degree in public policy and public administration from Vanderbilt University.
Stewart Lange has an overall record in Lyon (270-147) and led Lyon to his first ever NCAA Division II championship in women's volleyball in 2015-16.