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Baseball Bulldogs hit road for major weekend

Posted 3/6/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State is doing everything it can to have a healthier version of two veteran players when they travel to Arizona.



MSU, Alabama, Ole Miss women fall in SEC Tournament

Posted 3/6/2014 in College Sports

DULUTH, Ga. - Mississippi State rallied from a 15-point deficit, grabbed a lead but could not hang on Thursday at the Southeastern Conference Women's Basketball Tournament.



Cunningham prepares for final game at MSU

Posted 3/6/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Years later Tyson Cunningham won't likely be remembered by anything he's done on basketball floor because his value to Mississippi State has been much more important.



MSU men's basketball road woes continue with loss at Georgia

Posted 3/6/2014 in College Sports

ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia is eager to get a couple of days off at the Southeastern Conference tournament.



MSU baseball team runs win streak to seven games

Posted 3/6/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The most important aspect Preston Brown might have showcased Wednesday night is his ability to pitch out of the stretch.



MSU women advance in SEC Tournament

Posted 3/6/2014 in College Sports

DULUTH, Ga. - Mississippi State junior Martha Alwal joined the school's 1,000-point club and the Bulldogs joined the second round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament Wednesday night.



Victory Christian repeats as champions

Posted 3/6/2014 in High School Sports

It's only unexpected if you don't believe.



Alwal, Richardson earn All-SEC honors

Posted 3/5/2014 in College Sports

Shock was the operative word Tuesday for the Mississippi State women's basketball team. Martha Alwal and Breanna Richardson had places at the front of the line.



MSU opens SEC tournament vs. Missouri

Posted 3/5/2014 in College Sports

Vic Schaefer has talked numerous times about how much progress the Mississippi State women's basketball team has made from last season. Schaefer hopes the Bulldogs continue to prove him right by not duplicating the finish to the 2012-13 season.



West Lowndes recovers from slow start to reach state tournament

Posted 3/5/2014 in High School Sports

Don't let the record fool you. Roosevelt Bridges knows an 11-11 record won't strike fear into the hearts of any opponents. But the West Lowndes High School boys basketball coach realizes eight of those losses came to larger classification schools.



Farmer, McCullough lead Columbus past West Point

Posted 3/5/2014 in High School Sports

Isaiah Farmer waited patiently and observed last season as a reserve on the Columbus High School baseball team. Now that he is getting his chance in the starting lineup, the junior outfielder hasn't disappointed. Farmer collected two hits, drove in two runs and had a highlight-reel catch as Columbus defeated West Point 12-1 in five innings Tuesday night at Sammy Fletcher Field.



EMCC men will try for fifth-straight region title

Posted 3/5/2014 in College Sports

While the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XXIII tournament is played in Clinton each season, the East Mississippi Community College men's basketball team has felt right at home, winning four-straight championships. Each title has earned EMCC a trip to NJCAA National Championship tournament in Hutchinson, Kan.



Ole Miss begins year there of Freeze era

Posted 3/5/2014 in College Sports

OXFORD -- The Ole Miss football team began year three of the High Freeze era Tuesday night with the start of spring practice.



MSU's Young will have Tommy John surgery

Posted 3/5/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Paul Young will have to wait at least a year to make his debut for Mississippi State. The right-handed pitcher, who was one of the nation's most attractive junior college prospects in 2013, had Tommy John surgery on his throwing arm Tuesday and will miss the season.



Humphreys provides spark for MSU

Posted 3/5/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Freshmen aren't normally put in do-or-die situations at Dudy Noble Field. However, that is what Mississippi State coach John Cohen asked of Reid Humphreys when he went to the freshman infielder Saturday with the game on the line.


More input needed to determine state's 'best'

Posted 3/5/2014 in Local Columns

Jamierra Faulkner is a great player. The same can be said for Martha Alwal and Tia Faleru. For arguments sake, you could throw in Valencia McFarland and no one would argue she isn't one of the best women's basketball players in the state of Mississippi. Which player is "the best?"


Change helps Calmes play key role for New Hope girls

Posted 3/4/2014 in High School Sports

Nobody said change is easy. Even seniors sometimes get caught up in looking at things other than the bigger picture and losing sight of what is best for the team.



MSU's Ready continues to battle through injuries

Posted 3/4/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Throughout the preseason, nobody thought health would be a major problem for IJ Ready.



Titans' Williams will get chance at Northeast

Posted 3/4/2014 in High School Sports

CRAWFORD -- Jimmie Williams felt the need to accelerate his son's recruitment.



MSU baseball team beats Eastern Illinois to complete sweep

Posted 3/3/2014 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- A day after tying a 33-year-old stolen bases record, Derrick Armstrong kept running Sunday. The Mississippi State senior outfielder Derrick Armstrong showed again why he is a player opponents hate to play, delivering a key two-run single in a seven-run seventh inning that pushed No. 18 MSU to a 9-0 victory against Eastern Illinois before a crowd of 7,631 at Dudy Noble Field.



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