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September 16th, 2010
GREENVILLE â€“ The Starkville Academy junior high program left Washington School Thursday night winning one out of three games.
Mississippi State defensive coordinator Manny Diaz is able to joke right now with his players that a 180-pound defensive back is tied for the team lead in sacks.
Mississippi State senior linebacker Chris White is glad to be once again the man in the middle of a defense.
"But there's coming a day very soon when we'll play a team that will make us pay for making those errors."
On the way to its AAA-I state championship a year ago, Jackson Academy had but one blemish on its record, a 22-21 loss to Madison-Ridgeland Academy.
The definition of a trend is the general direction of how something moves.
The benefit of three early goals for the Starkville Academy soccer team on Tuesday was an easy win and even more important, a good rest for some players who desperately needed a breather.
Oak Hill Academy did all they could do to spoil Bailey Wofford's day on Tuesday.
Fortunately for Wofford, her Starkville Academy teammates wouldn't let it happen.
COLUMBUS â€“ Starkville High opened up district play in dominating fashion on Tuesday in Columbus.
The Lady Yellowjackets cruised to a straight-sets win over the Lady Falcons 25-16, 25-3, and 25-13.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen reaffirmed his confidence Monday that junior tight end Marcus Green would play Saturday night against Louisiana State.