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August 11th, 2012
EUPORA â€“ It has been quite a busy month for Kaley Harris, the new softball coach at Eupora High School.
That's how long Harris has been on the job at the Webster County school, taking over for Trae Embry, and one of her first tasks was managing the preseason Eupora Classic on Saturday.
Harris was running from field to field and making sure the tournament was on schedule.
It's been almost a year since a knee injury ended the football season early for David Fair.
The talented defensive player for the Yellowjackets tore ligaments in his knee during the Tupelo game last Sept. 2, had surgery and went through rehabilitation.
MABEN â€“ East Webster head coach Doug Wilson wanted to give a lot of younger guys some experience Friday night.
In the process, his Wolverines beat the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves 7-6 at the West Oktibbeha High School football field.
The Southeastern Conference office released the official conference schedule for the 2012-13 basketball season on Friday.
For the second consecutive year, SEC officials didnâ€™t do the Mississippi State Bulldogs any favors.
One week before the high school football season kicks off, most teams are playing in some type of jamboree or playing an exhibition game.
For West Oktibbeha and East Webster, the two programs square off against each other tonight in Maben. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. following the West Lowndes and French Camp game at 6 p.m.
The college sports world is gearing up for the opening day of football season, and in just over three weekâ€™s the Southâ€™s favorite pastime will be at hand.
However Thursday in the Humphrey Coliseum, the Mississippi State Bulldogs were talking basketball.Â
The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets believe they have taken the necessary steps to see success on the slow-pitch softball field this season.
After coming off the spring fast-pitch season and a summer of participating in the fast-pitch league at the Starkville Sportsplex, the Lady Jackets are hoping the work pays off in the slow-pitch game.
Three yards and a cloud of dust, thatâ€™s Mississippi State football.
At least, thatâ€™s the way many have historically perceived the Bulldogs.
However, this season MSU will have new look on offense.
Football season inches closer and closer with each passing day.
Fans long to know who will be the break out player, or the game changer in just a few short weeks.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs held their annual football media day and offered a glimpse into the program.
The patience of Mississippi State quarterback Tyler Russell has been rewarded.
After being heavily recruited out of Meridian High School, there was a tremendous amount of pressure on the Bulldog coaching staff and head coach Dan Mullen to play Russell early.