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July 13th, 2012
Getting a college scholarship can be a life-changing event, but for three football players its a chance to keep playing.
Starkville High School graduates, Michael Newman, Eddie Brown Jr. and Scottie Pittman received football scholarships from Concordia College in Selma, Ala.
First-time head coaches are always excited to have the job and our ready to get to work immediately.
For new Ackerman volleyball head coach Jamie Huffman, that is an understatement.
Ask almost any college athlete and theyâ€™ll quickly tell you preseason individual honors mean virtually nothing.Â
Mississippi State learned sophomore tight end Malcolm Johnson was named to the 2012 Mackey Award watch-list only to announce in the afternoon he would be sidelined for the foreseeable future due to in
(Editor's Note: This is the second of two stories where Mississippi State beat writer Michael Wardlaw of The Starkville Daily News sat down with MSU athletic director Scott Stricklin to discuss the st
Ackerman High School volleyball player Dayna Presley considers the opportunity to play in the Mississippi Association of Coaches All-Star match today as an honor and privilege.
Mississippi State defensive back and former East Webster player Johnthan Banks turned down the opportunity to enter the 2012 NFL Draft.
Starkville's 10-year-old All-stars split a pair of games on Sunday afternoon at McKee Park to end its 2012 run through the baseball postseason.Â
It was an unusual twist and unfortunate ending for Starkville in Saturday's late game of the Dizzy Dean 10-year-old State Tournament against Louisville.
It was a game with several ups and downs and in the end, the Starkville 10-year old All-Stars found itself in a weird predicament.