It starts with a victory That's the easiest way the Columbus High School football team can take the first step to earning a playoff bid.
The second season is finally here for the Starkville Academy football team. Starkville Academy will end a six-year absence from the postseason at 7 tonight when it plays host to Clarksdale Lee Academy in a first-round Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class AAA, Division II playoff game at J.E. Logan Field in Starkville.
STARKVILLE -- Win and you're the champion. It's a simple formula for the Starkville High School football team as its prepares for its game at 7 tonight against Neshoba Central that will decide the Class 5A, Region 2 title.
While the West Point High School football team's string of two straight Class 5A region championships is in jeopardy, second place is still important to the Green Wave. West Point can salt away at least second place with a victory at 7 tonight against New Hope in a Class 5A, Region 1 game at West Point's McCallister Field.
It may be early November, but veteran Starkville High School cross country coach Caroline Woomer is hoping to unwrap a few presents at the Mississippi High School Activities Association State Cross Country meet Saturday at Choctaw Trails in Clinton.
Starkville Academy coach Jeff Terrill doesn't totally understand the need for recent rule changes enacted by the Mississippi Association of Community College and Junior College presidents. One thing Terrill knows is he doesn't like the changes.
East Mississippi Community College didn't play many tight games in its undefeated run through regular season this year. The tightest game No. 3 EMCC played was a 20-17 victory against Hinds C.C. on Sept. 8 in Raymond. A lot has happened since the second week of the season.
The Noxubee County High School football team had to fight the urge to look ahead to its game against Spain Park (Ala.). The Tigers and all of Noxubee County had to resist the temptation of thinking about their C Spire Wireless "Bright Lights Football" regionally televised game against Louisville.
Sometimes it's not about how big your weapons are, but how many you have. The Hamilton High School football team has an arsenal of offensive weapons loaded and ready to go at 7 tonight when it plays host to Hollandale Simmons in the first round of the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 2A North State playoffs.
ABERDEEN -- The Aberdeen High School football team received the lift it needed last week. Now coach Chris Duncan hopes his Bulldogs are ready to shine in a time of the year that they have come to own.
Todd Bramble has watched his University of Alabama women's soccer team come a long way in the past two months.
Recent rule changes for athletics at Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College member institutions are roughly a month old. However, the buzz hasn't died down. Instead, it has gotten louder.
A graveyard job. That's how Jason Simpson's friends and colleagues in college football described the job of head coach at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
The West Oktibbeha County and Pelahatchie high school football teams will look to usher out the regular season on a positive note when they meet at 7 tonight in a Class 1A, Region 3 game in Maben. The region's playoff teams already have been decided. Nanih Waiya (8-2, 7-0 region) and Noxapater (7-3, 7-0) will play for first place tonight in Louisville. West Oktibbeha and Pelahatchie are two games behind those teams, and will play tonight for third and fourth in the region.
MarkAnne Hobart didn't win any gold medals at the Mississippi High School Activities Association State swim meet Saturday, but that didn't keep a smile from creeping across her face.
It is fun to be home again for the Aliceville High School football team. Playing a home postseason game for the first time in five seasons, Aliceville will play host to Washington County at 7 p.m. Friday in an opening-round game of the Alabama High School Activities Association Class 3A playoffs.
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. -- The eighth-seeded University of Alabama women's soccer team opened the Southeastern Conference tournament with a 1-0 victory against top-seeded South Carolina on Wednesday night at the Orange Beach Sportsplex. The win is the first for the Crimson Tide in the tournament since 1998.
STARKVILLE -- There's a moment minutes before kickoff every Saturday when Mississippi State cornerback Johnthan Banks does something in drills his position coach has never seen.
STARKVILLE -- Today marks one-year anniversary former Mississippi State football player Nick Bell died after a fight with cancer. MSU is using Homecoming this weekend to honor his memory. The MSU Student Association hosted a 3.6-mile run Tuesday evening to raise money for the Nick Bell Mentoring Memorial Foundation.
SCOOBA -- Rewarded with a No. 7 NJCAA preseason ranking following consecutive national tournament appearances, the East Mississippi Community College men's basketball team will tip off the 2011-12 season at 7 tonight when it plays host to Southern Sports Academy at Keyes T. Currie Coliseum.
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4. Caledonia softball season ends with playoff losses HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS