Hall of Fame
|Mack Gower, Class of 1973
Induction Class of 2007
Gower played baseball and football for the Trojans from 1971-through 1973 and never played on a losing team. As a catcher the Trojan baseball team went 10-3 his freshman year and 8-6 as a sophomore. As a freshman the defensive back helped the Trojans win the North Division Championship. During the 1972 the Trojans won another North Division title and a State Championship. The defensive back received the MDCC Football Award for his efforts.
Gower went on to play two years of baseball at Delta State University where he received the Hustle Award his sophomore year.
Mack Gower played semi-pro baseball for the Leland Bakers, the George Scott All-Stars, and the Jackson May Oilers and played in the Semi-Pro National Baseball World Series for four years from 1994-1997 receiving the All-Tournament Catcher Award in 1995. In 1998 Gower signed a contract to play for the Greenville Bluesmen of the Texas-Louisiana League and was a player/assistant manager for the team for the 1999 and 2000 season until the team left Greenville.
Gower owns Mack’s Lawn Service.