Neal Henry is focused. The Starkville Academy baseball coach has spent the past seven-plus days trying to find a way to help his team get to game three of its Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class AAA, Division II State title series against Magnolia Heights.
STARKVILLE -- When Vann Stuedeman took over as softball coach at Mississippi State University, she and her assistant coaches wanted to change the program's culture.
STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State University baseball team ran into a familiar problem Tuesday night. MSU, which has had issues generating momentum on offense, reached a new low in a 2-0 loss to the University of Central Arkansas at Dudy Noble Field.
Opponents of the New Hope High School fast-pitch softball team devised a handy way to describe the Lady Trojans' two-headed pitching machine.
Jay Pace never let his size or the fact that he plays football at Victory Christian deter him from realizing his dream to play football in college.
STARKVILLE -- For Hunter Renfroe hitting a baseball is a simple task of see ball, hit ball.
Columbus High School senior baseball player Glenn Robinson did not make the junior high baseball team when he was in seventh grade.
STARKVILLE - This past weekend a seventh-grade athlete named Kate Mattox learned it's okay to do nothing more than win her event.
STARKVILLE -- Nearly 11 months ago in the Bryan Athletic Building, Vann Steudeman told anybody who would listen that Mississippi State University softball was going to the 2012 NCAA Tournament. She told her players, who wanted to hear her vision, the postseason was going to happen.
STARKVILLE -- At about 9:26 p.m. Sunday, dozens of cowbells started ringing. While it may have sounded like Buffalo Wild Wings was on fire, the news instead was quite good for the home folks.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The No. 5 University of Florida baseball team had just three hits Sunday afternoon against Mississippi State University, but one was all it needed.
HERNANDO -- The ending was not kind for the New Hope High School baseball team.
Rain was the big winner Saturday afternoon as Mother Nature altered the area playoff schedule for several teams.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University senior softball player Ka'ili Smith doesn't mind a good seafood dish. However, the Kapolei, Hawaii, native isn't ready to start her mornings with a bowl of grits.
STARKVILLE -- The plans were made and the hotels were booked by the Mississippi State men's tennis program for Athens, Ga., already.
PEARL -- Kennedi Sanders knew she could do it.
Chase Taylor is like most student-athletes who takes his craft seriously: He expects the best from himself at all times.
As a new coach starting out in soccer, Tom Velek never understood why coaches tended to put stronger players up front and less experienced ones on defense.
Tina Seals is going to be busy with volleyball this summer.
1. West Lowndes wins South State to complete sweep HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
2. Cooper sets tone for Heritage Academy HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
3. Parks likes Starkville Academy's chances in playoffs HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
4. Brock, Buckner push New Hope into Round 3 HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
5. Starkville baseball drops series opener to Tupelo HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS