Archive - Feb 3, 2014
It's rare to see basketball teams win on the road in the Southeastern Conference.
Mississippi State has yet to win a true road game this season. The Bulldogs are 0-5 this season and 0-3 in SEC road games this season.
The Bulldogs have lost 13-straight road games dating back to last season. The last win on the road came in January of 2013 when they beat Georgia in Athens.
The Southeastern Conference is one of the most respected sporting league in the college landscape.
Football teams in the SEC duke it out, not only for a conference championship, but also a national championship.
That statement is true of baseball.
It could also be said for the 13 softball teams in the league.
The Starkville Christian School Cougars were seeing too many Stars on Monday night.
After having an early lead against the Winona Christian Stars, Starkville Christian couldn't sustain success and lost a 58-50 decision at home.
Winona Christian's 6-7 center Luke Pittman had 14 points and several other sharp shooters were too much for the Cougars.
EUPORA â€“ Offensively things did not go Euporaâ€™s way Monday evening as the Lady Eagles found themselves the victims of a 61-35 loss to French Camp.
The postseason has already begun for Starkville Academy.
Although the varsity still has one week of regular season games remaining, SA's junior varsity teams participate in the Class AAA, Division II Tournament at Heritage Academy in Columbus this week.
The Lady Vols played Hillcrest Christian on Monday, while the Vols will wait until Wednesday to play Madison Ridgeland Academy at 3:15 p.m.
Oktibbeha County residents have two more weeks to nominate a charity for a chance to win a $5,000 donation through the Greater Starkville Development Partnershipâ€™s second Restaurant Week March 17-23.
Tickets are on sale today for season ticketÂholders of the Starkville Community Theatreâ€™s upcoming production of the classic Southern tale, â€śSteel Magnolias,â€ť set for Feb. 13 - 16 and 18 - 22 at the Playhouse on Main. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and will be on sale for the general public Saturday.
Paula Mabryâ€™s dedication to theatre has made a mark that, some say, completely transformed Starkvilleâ€™s theatre scene.