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Lucky number seven: East Webster adds to state title tradition

October 26, 2014

RIDGELAND – Lucky number seven.
East Webster achieved just that on Saturday as the Lady Wolverines after winning six fast pitch titles, secured their seventh softball state championship and the team's first in slow pitch. 
Ask the East Webster coach and he will tell you that the team's Class 2A Slow Pitch State Title achievement was no product of luck.

SMITH COLUMN: Whether slow or fast, Lady Wolverines solid

October 26, 2014

They can play it fast. They can play it slow.
When it comes to the sport of softball, the East Webster Lady Wolverines just know how to get the job done.

SMITH COLUMN: Whether slow or fast, Lady Wolverines solid

October 26, 2014

They can play it fast. They can play it slow.
When it comes to the sport of softball, the East Webster Lady Wolverines just know how to get the job done.

Lady Jackets claim playoff road decision

October 26, 2014

FLOWOOD – Keep on keeping on.
That is exactly what the Starkville Lady Yellowjacket volleyball team has been doing.
First up was a postseason first round match victory over Clinton on Tuesday, then on Saturday, SHS extended its season one contest further with a three set sweep at Northwest Rankin (25-14, 25-19, 25-17).

Wildcats get shot at No. 1 Bulldogs, Prescott

October 25, 2014

Many coaches around the Southeastern Conference have stated that it is impossible to stop Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott.
The junior has passed for 1,478 yards and 14 touchdowns. He has rushed for 576 yards, which is second on the team and most among SEC quarterbacks, and rushed for another eight touchdowns. He has also caught a touchdown and has 35 receiving yards.

After a lack of energy to start, Jackets take care of business

October 24, 2014

Despite what seemed like a lack of energy early on, the Starkville Yellowjackets managed to take care of business on the football field Friday night with a 31-6 victory over Murrah.

Vols earn shut out: SA defense stands out in win over Heritage

October 24, 2014

If you were to look at Starkville Academy’s win over Heritage Academy on Friday night, the defensive numbers might be the first thing that stands out.
The Vols held Heritage to just 8 rushing yards for the night and no touchdowns, en route to Starkville Academy’s 31-0 victory over the Patriots.

Calhoun City hands Eupora its first loss

October 24, 2014

EUPORA – The Eupora Eagles entered Friday night's home game on a roll by winning their first nine games of the season.
They met their match in the form of the Calhoun City Wildcats.
In the battle of unbeatens, Calhoun City defeated Eupora 42-7.

Choctaw County falls to Forest

October 24, 2014

ACKERMAN – Choctaw County knew going in that Forest would be a tough Class 3A, Region 5 opponent.
After a tightly contested ballgame, the Chargers were proved correct as the Bearcats secured the 31-21 victory.
It was clear from the beginning that these teams were evenly matched. As the halftime whistle was blown, the teams were separated by just one with Choctaw County on top 14-13.

East Webster goes for slow pitch title today

October 24, 2014

Hard work and focus have been the staples of the East Webster slow pitch softball all season long.
Today the Lady Wolverines hope those very things pay off as they compete against Hatley at Freedom Ridge Park in Ridgeland for the Class 2A Slow Pitch State Championship.

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