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MSU's Alwal signs contract with WNBA's Atlanta Dream

Posted earlier today in College Sports

Martha Alwal is discovering life as a prospective professional athlete can make you feel like you're in a whirlwind. In a five-day span in the past two weeks, the Mississippi State senior center went from anxious to disappointed to excited -- without hearing her name called in the WNBA draft.

 

MACJC softball playoffs will have local flavor

Posted 4/24/2015 in College Sports

The Mississippi Association of Community Colleges and Junior Colleges (MACJC) softball playoffs will have plenty of spice from the Golden Triangle to liven things up.

 

Woodard Jr. adds pair of national honors

Posted 4/23/2015 in High School Sports

Don't expect a busy week in the news to change Robert Woodard Jr.

 

Falcons bringing in NFL players for local football camp

Posted 4/23/2015 in Local Sports

Camps are an annual endeavor for the Columbus Falcons youth football organization.

 

Heritage product a finalist for D2 baseball award

Posted 4/23/2015 in College Sports

Doubt doesn't come easily for Austin Braddock.

 

Former New Hope standout Baudoin earns honors, heads to Central Arkansas

Posted 4/22/2015 in College Sports

Taylor Baudoin's dream wasn't to be an OK player.

 

Columbus Christian baseball team loses playoff opener

Posted 4/22/2015 in High School Sports

STEENS -- History sometimes has its fair share of potholes that make navigating the road to success a little tricky. The Columbus Christian Academy baseball team encountered one of those obstacles Tuesday night in a 15-0 loss to Benton Academy in Game 1 of its Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class A playoff series. The record will show that Dawson Shaw, LaQuinston Sharp, RJ Deloach, and BJ Shirley had hits for the Rams (11-6), who will try to keep their season alive at 5 p.m. Thursday in Game 2 of the best-of-three series in Benton. If needed, Game 3 would follow approximately 30 minutes after Game 2.

 

Three the hard way for New Hope baseball

Posted 4/21/2015 in High School Sports

The numbers had been cleared from the scoreboard at Trojan Field, but they were still fresh in Lee Boyd's mind. The New Hope High School baseball coach didn't need to be reminded that his team committed four errors or that it had only three hits Monday night in its final regular-season home game.

 

Youth isn't stopping New Hope softball team

Posted 4/21/2015 in High School Sports

The number has been something for Tabitha Beard to fear. Whether it has been wrists, ankles, backs, or a litany of other injuries, Jason Miller has found plenty of reasons to call Beard to update her on the latest malady to happen to a member of the New Hope High School fast-pitch softball team. That's why Beard is almost to the point where she doesn't want to take a cell phone call from Miller, a certified athletic trainer who works with Rehab at Work in Columbus.

 

Extra plate work pays off for Caledonia's Burton

Posted 4/21/2015 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA -- Don't dismiss the benefit of a little extra work. Hope Burton knew she wasn't hitting like she wanted to, so she took Caledonia High School fast-pitch softball coach Robin Elmore up on her offer to stay after the game against Noxubee County High and take some more swings. Burton wanted to capitalize on the opportunity because she knew a game against Houston, one of the team's biggest rivals and one of the contenders in Class 4A, Region 4, was next on the schedule, so she wanted to be at her best.

 

MSU women land top recruit McCowan, Oklahoma St. transfer Johnson

Posted 4/20/2015 in College Sports

Super Bulldog Weekend was memorable for the Mississippi State women's basketball team even though it didn't see any action. While MSU didn't take the court, coach Vic Schaefer and his coaches and players were busy playing host to recruits they hoped to add to another nationally ranked recruiting class. MSU received the news it wanted to hear Sunday, when 6-foot-7 Teaira McCowan and Oklahoma State transfer Roshunda Johnson, a 5-7 guard, signed on to join Schaefer's program.

 

Local jiu jitsu students find success

Posted 4/18/2015 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Claude Long has made an impact in Columbus in less than three months.

 

Magnolia Tennis Club to host 65-and-Over championships

Posted 4/17/2015 in Local Sports

MSU's Alwal, Grant eager to pursue professional careers

Posted 4/16/2015 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Martha Alwal still can't grasp the enormity of her situation. Four years ago, Alwal was a shy, 6-foot-4 center then-Mississippi State women's basketball coach Sharon Fanning-Otis "found" and offered a scholarship to leave Worthington, Minnesota, to come to Starkville to play basketball in the Southeastern Conference.

 

Magnolia Tennis Club eager to play host to championship

Posted 4/16/2015 in Local Sports

Vanilla is OK with Billy Clark. In Clark's time as teaching professional at Twin Rivers Recreation Center in Greenwood and at Cleveland Country Club, he played integral roles in helping the facilities to play host to events. Things have been a little more involved -- and tasty -- in Clark's three and a half years in Columbus.

 

Small School Girls Basketball Player of Year: EMCC signee Clemons leaves mark on West Lowndes program

Posted 4/14/2015 in High School Sports

Basketball has had a special place in La'Quesha Clemons' life for as long as she can remember.

 

Mississippi State looks to build on historical season in women's basketball

Posted 4/14/2015 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Legacy. Years from now, Vic Schaefer hopes historians will be able to look back on the 2014-15 season and call it the year the Mississippi State women's basketball team re-established itself on the national scene.

 

New Hope's Stillman excelling in role of ace

Posted 4/14/2015 in High School Sports

Josh Stillman didn't need an adjustment period. Most pitchers would need several games to settle their nerves and to learn how to maintain their composure after being asked to move from the middle of the rotation to the front of the line. There's more pressure as a team's No. 1 starter. That title also earns a pitcher first crack at the best teams on a squad's schedule.

 

Harris returns to coaching at Heritage Academy

Posted 4/11/2015 in High School Sports

Yandell Harris wasn't thinking about coaching basketball three weeks ago.

 

Columbus duo named to USA Junior Nationals All-State team

Posted 4/9/2015 in High School Sports

Zaria Jenkins was scared. Jay Jay Swanigan was nervous.

 

 

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