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June 5th, 2015
Starkville's Raphael Leonard, Josh Skinner and Taylor Price will play in the Northeast Mississippi Association of Basketball Coaches All-Star game at Itawamba Community College Saturday.
Leonard and Skinner will play in the boys Class 3A/4A/5A/6A game, while Taylor will compete in the girls game of the same divisions.
A full story can be seen in Saturday's SDN.
The Mississippi State men's basketball team officially got the Ben Howland era underway Thursday with the first summer workout.
Three freshman took part for the first time. Malik Newman, Quinndary Weatherspoon, Aric Holman all participated in practices and classes as their MSU careers started.
You can see their thoughts in video form on the MSU blog.
Mississippi State and Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year Vic Schaefer talks with campers on the final day of Hail State Hoops Day Camp.
SCOOBA â€“ East Mississippi Community College hired former Mississippi State Bulldog Billy Begley as its new coach.
Check Friday's SDN for a full story.
Many people have learned about the Mississippi town of Byhalia through the success of Mississippi State senior track athlete Erica Bougard.
Byhalia is located in the north part of the state along Highway 78 and not far from Memphis.
Every time Bougard brings up her hometown, there are not many who know about it. With each win on the track, she puts Byhalia on the map.
Following another dominating run through Class 2A that led to a third-straight state championship, the East Webster Lady Wolverine softball team is sending two underclassman to a postseason All-Star Game.
Mississippi State radio broadcaster Jim Ellis will be honored this weekend as Mississippi Broadcaster of the Year for the fourth time.
Ellis was singled out for his efforts with Bulldog men's basketball and football broadcasts.
College baseball coaches were given ample time to transition to the new BBCOR bats that were introduced to the game in 2011.
Reaching the No. 1 spot nationally for five weeks attracts some attention and thatâ€™s whatâ€™s happening at Mississippi State these days in football.
Last yearâ€™s successful season was bound to make an impact on the Bulldogsâ€™ recruiting and itâ€™s showing already with a solid 2016 class already being put together.
Some fans have had some reservations about the projected $40 million baseball facility planned for Mississippi State, especially after the season the Bulldogs just experienced.
Many supporters have approached me in the last few months with concerns about biting off such a huge endeavor at this time while the results on the field have been subpar.