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Cold shooting in second half dooms MSU

Posted 2/18/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The second half again proved to be the undoing for the Mississippi State University women's basketball team. After a solid first half and an aggressive flurry to start the final 20 minutes, MSU hit only three field goals in a nine-minute stretch en route to a 63-41 loss to LSU before a crowd of 1,405 at Humphrey Coliseum. Danielle Ballard had a game-high 19 points to go with seven rebounds and four steals to help LSU (15-10, 6-6 Southeastern Conference) earn its first back-to-back league victories this season. It also marked the first time the Lady Tigers have won back-to-back games on the road.

 

 

Columbus Jamboree kicks off prep baseball season

Posted 2/17/2013 in High School Sports

With less than a week before the start of the regular season, area baseball coaches were anxious for the their respective teams' first crack at competition.

 

 

MSU women look for bounce-back against LSU

Posted 2/17/2013 in College Sports

If Vic Schaefer was curious to see how his Mississippi State University women's basketball team handled a little success, he must be itching to find out how his team is going to regroup from one of its most disappointing efforts of the season.

 

 

Minichino Column: Trojans pick up confidence for stretch run

Posted 2/17/2013 in High School Sports

Friday night was an evening of growth, fight, and response for the New Hope High School basketball teams.

 

 

New Hope wins pair of region crowns

Posted 2/17/2013 in High School Sports

Friday, with his team trailing by a point and less than 10 seconds left in the Class 5A, Region 2 title game, New Hope High School forward Chris Mosley found himself in a familiar situation - with the ball in his hands.

 

 

MSU baseball opens season with pair of wins

Posted 2/17/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- For the first two games of the 2013 season, Mississippi State University baseball fans got to see a little bit of the new offense mixed with a lot of the old pitching and defense.

 

 

Bulldogs trot out deep, talented pitching staff

Posted 2/15/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Three words from Mississippi State University pitching coach Butch Thompson describe the reasoning behind the opening weekend rotation.

 

 

Big second half lifts Ole Miss past Mississippi State

Posted 2/15/2013 in College Sports

OXFORD -- A tale of two halves and a tale of two games.

 

 

New Hope plays for region titles tonight

Posted 2/15/2013 in High School Sports

Leave it to a coach not to be satisfied with a 30-point victory.

 

 

Bulldogs search for motivation on the road at LSU

Posted 2/15/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE - Rick Ray has come to the conclusion that he can't motivate his Mississippi State men's basketball team anymore. They're going to have to do it themselves.

 

 

Bulldogs complete revamped coaching staff

Posted 2/15/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Billy Gonzales took one look at his new Mississippi State University playbook and realized he was exactly where he needed to be.

 

 

Baseball Bulldogs look for better offensive production

Posted 2/15/2013 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Statistics don't lie.

 

 

Humbling loss at The Hump for MSU

Posted 2/14/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- After a 78-36 loss to the University of Missouri on Wednesday night, freshman center Gavin Ware summed up the attitude of the Mississippi State University men's basketball team. "Our coaches told us we have seven more games this season whether we like it or not," Ware said with his head down at the podium. The 52-point loss was the largest margin of defeat for MSU (7-16, 2-9 Southeastern Conference) in the 38-season history of Humphrey Coliseum. The previous worst loss was a 41-point loss to Vanderbilt University on Feb. 27, 1993.

 

 

May providing pressure on defense for MSU

Posted 2/14/2013 in College Sports

Everything starts with Katia May. As much as the junior said in the preseason she understood what it meant to be point guard in coach Vic Schaefer's system, May really had no idea what was required to "get up the line" and to pressure an opponent the length of the court. Playing defense for 94 feet is one thing, but doing it every possession?

 

 

Turner, Texas A&M edge Ole Miss

Posted 2/14/2013 in College Sports

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Texas A&M University's Elston Turner knew something had to change after making just 7 of 27 shots in his past two games. So he stayed after each practice this week, remaining at the gym until he made at least 100, and sometimes as many as 150, extra shots a day.

 

 

Arizona leads packed NCAA field with SEC threats

Posted 2/14/2013 in College Sports

Few people outside Tucson believe the University of Arizona's baseball team has a chance to repeat as national champion. Pacific-12 Conference coaches have pegged the Wildcats as middle of the pack in the conference, and their highest ranking in the national polls is No. 14. Coach Andy Lopez pays no attention to the prognosticators.

 

 

Vikings, Frazier agree to extension

Posted 2/14/2013 in Local Sports

MINNEAPOLIS -- After leading the Minnesota Vikings to a surprising playoff berth last season, coach Leslie Frazier had a contract option picked up for 2014. The Vikings announced they exercised the fourth-year option on his Wednesday, helping Frazier avoid what would have been a lame-duck season in 2013 while also giving the team some flexibility going forward.

 

 

Alabama football team suspends four players

Posted 2/13/2013 in College Sports

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Three University of Alabama football players have been charged with knocking students unconscious and stealing their wallets, while a fourth player has been charged with using a stolen debit card, officials said Tuesday.

 

 

Randolph, Cooper lead Alabama past Georgia

Posted 2/13/2013 in College Sports

ATHENS, Ga. -- Even when the shots weren't falling, the University Alabama men's basketball team knew it could count on the defense. Then, finally, the Crimson Tide knocked down a couple of key baskets -- from beyond the 3-point arc, no less. Game over.

 

 

Latham's 3-pointer saves New Hope

Posted 2/13/2013 in High School Sports

Curtaves Latham is the epitome of a tweener. At a solid 6-foot-1, the New Hope High School junior can go inside and bang with bigger bodies. But, like many post players, Latham likes to stray out to the 3-point line and launch a shot or two.

 

 

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