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Starkville Academy's Janssen signs with Delta State

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

Jeff Terrill has been coaching long enough to know that "putting the pieces together" is more than knowing what to do. The former Itawamba Community College football knows it is imperative for players to know how and why to do things. Couple that with great effort and intangibles like leadership and character and you're liable to be talking about Tripp Janssen.

 

 

West Lowndes' Williams going to Coahoma

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

Phytrell Williams wasn't going to let an injury prevent him from realizing his dream. Watching from the sidelines as his teammates played Heritage Academy on Aug. 30, Williams looked forlorn as he contemplated a season that began with a promising victory against Montgomery County.

 

 

Starkville sends three to JUCOs

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Jamie Mitchell can't help but consider seniors Princeton Jones, Darius Grayer, and Fontavious Smith as cornerstones of the transformation of the Starkville High School football program.

 

 

Noxubee County adds another bumper group of signees

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

MACON -- While Noxubee County High School has racked up victories and a Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 4A state championship under coach Tyrone Shorter, Shorter revealed the accolade he is most proud of Wednesday morning.

 

 

Williams leads West Point signees

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- West Point High School senior running back Aeris Williams always has been a soft-spoken leader on and off the football field. That is why it came as quite a surprise when Williams, the Dispatch's Player of the Year in 2013, predicted some future wins for Mississippi State in its Egg Bowl rivalry with Ole Miss.

 

 

Portis, Arkansas defeat Alabama

Posted 2/6/2014 in College Sports

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Bobby Portis knew after his first shot that good things were about to happen on Wednesday night. Even the Arkansas men's basketball team's freshman didn't know just how good.

 

 

Alabama lands another top-ranked recruiting class

Posted 2/6/2014 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- In the grand signing day tradition, Alabama football coach Nick Saban said the recruiting class met his team's needs.

 

 

New Hope's Dickerson signs with Northwest Mississippi

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

Size is a selling point at wide receiver. Sometimes, though, college coaches want to make sure a player is as tall as advertised.

 

 

Aberdeen's Burroughs III signs with EMCC

Posted 2/6/2014 in High School Sports

ABERDEEN -- Venerable Yankee catcher Yogi Berra, who was one of sports' most quoted personalities, has been credited with dozens of what are affectionately known as "Yogi-isms" over the years.

 

 

Freeze lands another successful class

Posted 2/6/2014 in College Sports

OXFORD -- Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze pulled in another impressive signing class Wednesday, even if it lacks some of the star power from a year ago.

 

 

Texas A&M extends MSU's road woes

Posted 2/6/2014 in College Sports

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- The Texas A&M men's basketball team realized Wednesday time is running out to make something out of its season. That's why the Aggies cited "sense of urgency" in every huddle in an attempt to find the spark that would take them through the stretch run.

 

 

'Jim Hill's' Thomas trying to find scoring rhythm

Posted 2/5/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Fred Thomas is trying to harken back to the days where he seemingly was an unstoppable scoring force in the state of Mississippi. So far, Mississippi State freshman point guard IJ Ready's plan is working. Ready's new nickname for Thomas -- "Jim Hill" -- is designed to give the 6-foot-5 swingman a confidence boost.

 

 

Kentucky's size inside too much for Ole Miss

Posted 2/5/2014 in College Sports

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Willie Cauley-Stein seemed to be emerging from his slump a couple of games ago before slipping back over the next two contests and realizing that he might have been trying too hard. Kentucky's 7-foot sophomore came out more relaxed Tuesday night and produced an impressive effort reminiscent of his dominant first half of the season, one he hopes to perform consistently from now on. Cauley-Stein broke out of his skid with 18 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 18 Kentucky shot 60 percent in the second half for an 80-64 victory against Ole Miss.

 

 

Staley's plan has taken South Carolina to top of SEC

Posted 2/5/2014 in College Sports

"Doormats." Dawn Staley doesn't mince words when she talks about her first season as women's basketball coach at South Carolina in 2008-09.

 

 

Caledonia boys beat Noxubee County to reach 20 wins

Posted 2/5/2014 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA -- With eight seniors on his roster, Caledonia High School boys basketball coach Josh Scott tries to convince everyone he has one of the easiest jobs in the state of Mississippi. That experience paid off for Caledonia on Tuesday night, as seniors scored all of the team's points except for the final basket in a 69-54 victory against Noxubee County.

 

 

New Hope girls, West Point boys get victories

Posted 2/5/2014 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- The West Point High School boys basketball team found its second gear on the second possession of the second half Tuesday night. After battling Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 5A, Region 2 rival New Hope on near even terms in the first half, West Point had all of the answers in the final half. The Green Wave turned their trapping zone defense into a fast-break layup line on the other end to post a 74-67 victory.

 

 

Reeves, EMCC baseball raring to go

Posted 2/5/2014 in College Sports

SCOOBA -- Chase Reeves now knows how much playing baseball means to him. The former Hamilton High School standout has spent a majority of the past two baseball seasons on the injured reserved list. Now the East Mississippi Community College sophomore is fully healthy and ready to go.

 

 

Player of Week: Morrison leads New Hope into North State title match

Posted 2/3/2014 in High School Sports

Effie Morrison wasn't going to let her coaches' words be swallowed in silence.

 

 

New Hope soccer looks for historic win tonight

Posted 2/3/2014 in High School Sports

Mary Nagy isn't afraid to say she didn't know a lot about soccer when she first became New Hope High School girls soccer coach.

 

 

Bulldogs continue to place focus on defensive end

Posted 2/3/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE - Rick Ray simply is a big picture type of coach.

 

 

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