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Ole Miss men will try to finish strong

Posted 2/15/2011 in College Sports

Andy Kennedy and the University of Mississippi men's basketball team are in a familiar position. At this point in each of Kennedy's five years in Oxford, the Rebels have been in the middle of the Southeastern Conference's Western Division.

 

 

Heritage Academy girls lose to Pillow Academy

Posted 2/15/2011 in High School Sports

GREENWOOD -- Christibeth Nelson had 13 points Monday night, but the Heritage Academy girls basketball team lost to Pillow Academy 50-35 in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class AAA, Division II tournament.

 

 

South Carolina women rally past MSU

Posted 2/14/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The focus and toughness to win in the Southeastern Conference was on display Sunday at Humphrey Coliseum. Unfortunately, the Mississippi State women's basketball team had to watch as South Carolina played with the poise and tenacity it takes to contend in one of the nation's toughest conferences.

 

 

Nearly $30K raised for former Bulldog Duffy

Posted 2/14/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Approximately $30,000 dollars was raised Saturday in support of former Mississippi State baseball player Ryan Duffy. The "Do It For Duffy" committee raised close to $15,000 in a 5-Kilometer run Saturday morning and another $15,000 from a silent/live auction at MSU's First Pitch/Meet the Team event.

 

 

No. 24 Georgia rallies past Ole Miss

Posted 2/14/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- After leading the majority of the game, the University of Mississippi women's basketball team saw the No. 24 University of Georgia take the lead with 9 minutes, 55 seconds remaining en route to a 61-56 victory in a Southeastern Conference game at Tad Smith Coliseum.

 

 

Alabama opens renovated Foster Auditorium with victory

Posted 2/14/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Senior forward Tierney Jenkins scored a game-high 18 points Sunday afternoon to lead the University of Alabama women's basketball team to a 64-59 win against the University of Florida in its first game at newly renovated Foster Auditorium. Junior guard Ericka Russell and freshman forward Kaneisha Horn each scored 12 points as the Crimson Tide notched their first victory in the historic building since last playing here Dec. 3, 1981.

 

 

Auburn men rally past MSU

Posted 2/12/2011 in College Sports

AUBURN, Ala. -- A Kodi Augustus dunk gave Mississippi State its biggest lead of the day in the second half against Auburn on Saturday night. But an Augustus technical later in the half seemed to breathe life into a Tigers squad that looked to be limping its way to yet another Southeastern Conference loss.

 

 

Mitchell leads Alabama men past Ole Miss

Posted 2/12/2011 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- The University of Alabama men's basketball team responded following a short turnaround from a difficult road loss by racing to a big lead, drilling 3-pointers and scoring on quick drives to the basket. Tony Mitchell scored 20 points and the Crimson Tide sprinted to a 20-point halftime lead before holding off the University of Mississippi's comeback attempt in a 74-64 victory Saturday.

 

 

MSU will try to avoid lapses

Posted 2/12/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- The building blocks are coming more regularly and for longer stretches of time for the Mississippi State women's basketball team. The nagging problem, though, remains how to shake the scoring lulls from the team's system.

 

 

Cohen wants maturity on mound

Posted 2/12/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Last season, Mississippi State baseball coach John Cohen reluctantly relied on freshman pitchers. He had no choice in his second year of overhauling the MSU roster, and he hopes a season of being "punched in the face" helps his pitching staff take a major step forward this year.

 

 

Tupelo boys beat Starkville for third time

Posted 2/12/2011 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Without injured starters Gavin Ware and Jacolby Mobley, Starkville High School basketball fans might have been unsure of what to expect in Friday's district championship against rival Tupelo. The Golden Wave already owned two wins -- by a combined three points -- against the Yellow Jackets in regular season play.

 

 

Ewings, Walker help West Point girls win title

Posted 2/12/2011 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- A nine-point halftime deficit is an anthill to the Oxford High School girls basketball team. After losing twice to Oxford in the regular season, Kelsei Ewings knew the Chargers were going to ratchet up their full-court pressure defense a few notches, so she challenged teammate NeKeisha Walker.

 

 

Oxford boys outlast West Point

Posted 2/12/2011 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- If you're going to play fast, it's crucial to play smart. Each mistake -- forced or unforced -- gets magnified when you're up against an equally talented opponent that can match your athleticism.

 

 

Layups help West Lowndes rally past East Webster

Posted 2/12/2011 in High School Sports

Don't underestimate the power of a layup. There probably is some statistical analysis that will prove a team can score more points if it shoots more 3-pointers at a certain percentage than two-point field goals in a game.

 

 

Govero gives MSU women lift in win vs. Ole Miss

Posted 2/11/2011 in College Sports

OXFORD -- There's vertical and then there's the veer. Mary Kathryn Govero doesn't mind which one she uses because both are just as deadly.

 

 

MSU men focused on SEC title

Posted 2/11/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State point guard Dee Bost made one thing clear following his team's win against the University of Arkansas: The Bulldogs are thinking beyond winning the Southeastern Conference's Western Division. While MSU might seem like a long shot given its off-the-court struggles and 13-10 record, it is just two and a half games behind Southeastern Conference overall leader Alabama.

 

 

Darden, Hugall make MSU men's golf team's lineup

Posted 2/11/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State's men's golf team's fall standouts will make the trip Saturday for the Gator Invitational. Chad Ramey, the Bulldogs' low-scorer from the fall, and third low-scorer Brad Mason have struggled through five rounds of team qualifying, coach Clay Homan said Thursday.

 

 

Bost leads MSU men past Arkansas

Posted 2/10/2011 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- At this point of the season, it's perhaps fitting the Mississippi State men's basketball team has to deal with a new piece of adversity each day. Against LSU, Dee Bost was limited with a strained Achilles' tendon and the Bulldogs played without senior Ravern Johnson (suspension).

 

 

Bett hopes to double her efforts

Posted 2/10/2011 in College Sports

Catina Bett is getting close. As much as playing in 41 games at the University of Kentucky gave her a taste for life in the Southeastern Conference, the 2010-11 season has been one of adjustments.

 

 

Ward's play has been infectious for Aberdeen boys

Posted 2/10/2011 in High School Sports

ABERDEEN -- Everything Fred Ward does this school year is infectious. On the football field, the standout defensive linemen emerged as a valuable team leader who helped guide Aberdeen High School to the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 3A title game for the second season in a row.

 

 

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