Aug. 21 Marshall Home
Aug. 28 West Lowndes Home
Sept. 4 Magnolia Heights Away
Sept. 11 Lamar Away
Sept. 18 Pillow Home
Sept. 25 Washington School Home
Oct. 2 French Camp Away
Oct. 9 Heritage Away
Oct. 16 Leake Home
Oct. 23 Winston Away
Former Starkville High School player and 12-year NBA veteran Travis Outlaw returns to his hometown each summer to give back to area youth.
Read about Outlaw in Thursday's edition of The Starkville Daily News.
Basketball coach Milton Moore enjoys working camps like the Elite "Travis Outlaw" Skills and Development Camp because he can stress fundamentals.
For more on Moore's visit to Starkville this week, see Thursday's Starkville Daily News.
Along with the Starkville 12-Under USSSA team won the AAA State championship in Tupelo, the Starkville All-Star 8-Under baseball team also won the Mississippi USSSA State championship on Saturday by beating the Madison Rockers 13-3.
The Starkville 8_under went undefeated throughout the three-day tournament to claim the title.
The volunteers that help during the Elite "Travis Outlaw" Basic Skills and Fundamentals Camp instruct campers on basketball and life.
For more on the camp, see the sports pages of The Starkville Daily News.
Two Mississippi State football players will be transferring from the team.
â€¨Defensive back Jahmere Irvin-Sills and offensive lineman Kent Flowers are leaving the Bulldogs.â€¨
For more on their departure, see Wednesday's Starkville Daily News.
Osa Esene, a volunteer for the "Travis Outlaw" Elite Basic Skills and Fundamental Camp, says he doesn't mind the warm Mississippi summer. It is much cooler where he's from in Oregon. Esene has helped his good friend Travis Outlaw with the camp for several years. For more on the camp, see the printed edition of Starkville Daily News this week.