Archive - 2013
Mississippi State wide receiver Jameon Lewis had another touchdown rushing, receiving and passing in the first half of Thursday's 28-22 win against Kentucky.
Lewis had a 19-yard touchdown rushing with 6:34 left in the first quarter and caught a 17-yard scoring pass from quarterback Dak Prescott with 6:14 remaining in the second quarter.
The football postseason doesn't officially start until Nov. 15 for Class 6A in Mississippi High School Activities Association.
When it comes to winning Class 6A, Region 2, Starkville High School football coach Jamie Mitchell is already treating each week down the stretch like the playoffs.
It is no secret that the Starkville Academy Volunteers are a young football team and they have grown all season long.
As the season progresses, SA coach Jeff Terrill says it is time to put the excuses behind and prove something on the football field.
The Eupora Eagles will be looking to hand Calhoun City its first division loss tonight.
Eupora coach Junior Graham, however, knows that will be no easy task because the Wildcats pose issues on both sides of the ball.
A Eupora Police officer died Wednesday after trying to stop a high-speed chase.
Mississippi Highway Patrol Sgt. Criss Turnipseed said Keith Crenshaw, 52, of Eupora died after trying to deploy a spike strip to stop three suspected robbers that authorities wanted in connection with an attempted bank robbery in Grenada.
Sturgis Mayor Walter Turner is slated to appear today in Jackson before the Mississippi Ethics Commission, which has charged him with violating ethics codes by selling goods to the city of Sturgis while in office.
Local authorities and utility providers are urging customers to be aware of a reported utilities scam targeting local consumers.
When she was 11 years old, Kaley Edwards was told by many doctors she would never walk again.
Kaley was riding a four-wheeler with a friend when the two fell into a ravine. Kaley was thrown into the four-wheelerâ€™s handle bars and her right hip, pelvis and right arm were broken and her sciatic nerve was damaged.
Coach Rick Ray was looking for one certain thing in Wednesday night's scrimmage.Â
The Mississippi State basketball team scrimmaged in front of a few fans at Humphrey Coliseum and they saw a little bit of what Ray was expecting to see.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer has two veteran point guards in Katia May and Jerica James, then there is a junior college transfer in Savannah Carter to push them.
That has made for a very competitive situation for the Bulldogs.
During Wednesday night's scrimmage at Humphrey Coliseum, the MSU point guards were very active on offense and defense.