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MHSAA Class 1A All-Sports Awards: Tupelo Christian wins back-to-back

The TCPS athletic program took home the top spot in 1A for the second year in a row, winning three state championships in the process

JACKSON — With the 2021-2022 athletic year in the rearview mirror, it's time to take a look at the athletic programs from across the state which enjoyed the most success.

The All-Sports Awards are based on a formula that awards a certain point total for each measure of success in an individual sport. For team sports with a post-season, for example, a program will get points for putting a team into the playoffs, and then additional points for each round that team reaches.

For ranked sports, such as powerlifting or cross country, the team that wins the state championship receives the most points, the runner-up the second-most, and so on.

So without further ado, here's a look at the All-Sports Awards for the 2021-2022 athletic season for the MHSAA's Class 1A.

Class 1A

1. Tupelo Christian - 247.5

Championships: Boys Cross Country, Boys Powerlifting, Boys Track

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Tupelo Christian blew away the field in Class 1A by being Uber-competitive in almost everything. In addition to the three state championships, the Eagles finished runner-up in girls cross country, tennis, and girls track.

T2. Biggersville - 155

Championships: Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball