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October 28th, 2010
All the time, coaches say the most important game is the next one.
Never does that phrase ring more true than it does for East Webster as the Wolverines host West Lowndes tonight at 7 p.m.
NANIH WAIYA â€“ Riding in on a three-game winning streak, East Oktibbeha couldn't keep its momentum going Thursday night, falling to Nanih Waiya on the road 47-6.
COLUMBUS â€“ The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers finished the Heritage Academy Tournament on a positive note by defeating Carroll Academy 71-31 Thursday afternoon.
Considering that a 7-8 age football team has players consisting of Jaquez Johnson's little brother and Darren McFadden's little cousin, it's easy to see how the Starkville Raiders are undefeated at th
One of the stateâ€™s most recognized and honored prep players has decided to stay close to home when he takes his game to the next level.
The South Panola Tigers may have a quarterback with the last name of Self, but he's far from being selfish.
As Pillow Academy prepares to host Starkville Academy in both teams' regular season finale on Friday, Mustangs head coach Michael Fair's squad is in a good spot.
With Vick Ballard being out with an injured ankle, Mississippi State was wondering where their rushing offense would come from last Saturday.
Enter LaDarius Perkins.
Starkville native Travis Outlaw officially takes the court for his new team tonight as the New Jersey Nets begin the National Basketball Association season.
The consensus opinion among college basketball head coaches across the country is unlike most teachers. They simply donâ€™t want the summer off.