Archive - Dec 1, 2012
Now the Starkville Yellowjackets can think about it.
At the beginning of the season, SHS football coach Jamie Mitchell downplayed a potential return to the Class 5A State championship game because of all the pressure that comes with it.
The Jackets decided to take things week by week and deal with each opponent as they appeared on the schedule.
JACKSON â€“ The Eupora Eagles may have lost a 35-0 decision to the Bassfield Yellow Jackets in the Class 2A State championship Friday, but Eupora coach Junior Graham had nothing but good things to say about his team.
His team may have come in second place, but when looking at Fridayâ€™s game and the entire season, he was proud of his guys and their efforts.
JACKSON â€“ Fridayâ€™s class A state championship game was nothing short of thrilling as for four quarters French Camp and Stringer went back and forth scoring with the Red Devils, ultimately coming out on top with a 20-17 victory.
Mississippi State and Providence have very similar basketball teams.
Both only have nine eligible players for today's SEC-Big East Challenge in Providence, R.I.
Tipoff at Dunkin' Donuts Center is set for 11 a.m. and can be seen on ESPNU.
WEST POINT â€“ The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets came out with a defensive mindset from the very beginning against the West Point Lady Green Wave Friday night.
Starkville put the clamps on West Point, especially in the second half, and left Clay County with a 66-37 victory.
By MATT CRANE
With the holiday shopping in full force, the Mississippi State University Praise Chorale hopes to reveal the true meaning of the Christmas season through the power of music.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Allison Buehler wants to remind Starkville of a time when Mississippians were self-made men and women.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Starkville Police Department issued a statement to make local gas station clerks aware of a flimflam scam which recently took place at the Fast Break on Miss. Highway 182.
By CARL SMITH
The number of reported West Nile Virus cases in Mississippi continues to break previous records after the Mississippi State Department of Health reported two new infections Monday.