Archive - 2014
Sturgis has been spared from the worst of several storms in recent years.
Joe Ray Underwood may sing tenor, but he knows a good bass singer when he hears one, and he says Peter Infanger is a great bass singer.Â
Mississippi State survived its first test as No. 1.
The Bulldogs beat the Kentucky Wildcats 45-31 on the road Saturday playing as the top team in the country for the first time in program history.
MSU head coach Dan Mullen is just happy it's behind them.
Starkville Academy brought home one title already with the winning of the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools AAA North Half cross country meet.
Now the Volunteers embark on an even bigger journey as they set out to win the State Championship.
Shannen Jainudeen has one parting comment before leaving the playing field at Mississippi State Sunday night.
That's how much she appreciates the school that allowed her to play soccer the last four years.
Jainudeen played the final home match of her career with the Bulldogs at the MSU Soccer Field.
LEXINGTON, Kent. â€“ Dak Prescott gets a good bit of the attention when people around the country talk about Mississippi State.
For good reason too, but it was another Bulldog that drew attention on Saturday.
MSU running back Josh Robinson rushed for 198 yards and two scores as the No. 1 Bulldogs knocked off Kentucky 45-31 on the road.
LEXINGTON, Kent. â€“ Mississippi State's defense is built on a system of rotating, mixing and matching.
Bulldog head coach Dan Mullen and his defensive coaches have made it clear that they don't have starters and backups. Rather, it's a system that features a 1A group and a 1B group.
The 1B group struggled at times in No. 1 MSU's 45-31 win over Kentucky Saturday afternoon.
RIDGELAND â€“ Lucky number seven.
East Webster achieved just that on Saturday as the Lady Wolverines after winning six fast pitch titles, secured their seventh softball state championship and the team's first in slow pitch.Â
Ask the East Webster coach and he will tell you that the team's Class 2A Slow Pitch State Title achievement was no product of luck.
Mildred Floyd Stickley of Starkville, Mississippi died at Oktibbeha County Hospital on October 24, 2014.Â She was a native of Lexington, Virginia.Â The daughter of the late Robert Henry Floyd and Julia Hartless Floyd, she had lived throughout the northeast and south and had retired in Mississippi.Â She was preceded in death by her husband, Allen R. Stickley, Jr.
They can play it fast. They can play it slow.
When it comes to the sport of softball, the East Webster Lady Wolverines just know how to get the job done.