As the only returning starter for the Ole Miss Rebels, Chris Warren carries the responsibility of leading a team with six new players without the likes of Terrico White, Murphy Holloway or Eniel Polynice to help share the load.
Kayla Melson is going to do everything she can to help lead the University of Mississippi women's basketball team this season.
Senior running back Ken Mitchell rushed for 339 yards and five touchdowns Friday night to power the South Lamar High School football team to a 45-27 victory against Meek in an Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 1A, Region 5 game.
Starkville High School's first-ever cross country meet was a flawless performance Saturday.
No. 24 Bulldogs survive late scare on strength of DePasquale's two field goals.
The Pickens Academy football team stood toe-to-toe with second ranked Bessemer Academy on Friday night and entered the fourth quarter in a scoreless stalemate.
Olive Branch High School quarterback Todd Mays scrambled under the pressure Friday night from the oncoming Starkville defense.
Joel Meek kicked a 26-yard field goal with 10 seconds remaining to give the Immanuel Christian football team a 37-34 victory against Central Holmes in a Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class A, District 3 game.
The West Point High School football team's 49-0 victory against Saltillo on Friday night was everything anyone could want from their homecoming.
With a home playoff game on the line, the West Lowndes High School football team picked the wrong time to play its worst game of the season.
For all the talk centering around the Louisville High School football team and coach M.C. Miller entering Friday night's showdown against Noxubee County High School, the game came down to a couple big plays.
Cade Lott passed for 250 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another Friday night to lead the Heritage Academy football team to a 30-10 victory against The Washington School in a Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class 3A, District II game.
Franklin Richardson Jr. insists he won't go out for the New Hope High School boys basketball team this year. Coach Drew McBrayer might want to lobby Richardson Jr. to reconsider after watching him show off his leaping ability with the game on the line.
With three football games remaining in the regular season, all eyes are toward the playoffs. Starkville High's last-gasp, one-point loss to Southaven created a logjam in Class 6A, Region 1, where four teams could end the weekend tied for second in the region.
The message is simple: Beat TCA. The black, block letters jump off the red construction paper that is plastered throughout the hallways at Victory Christian Academy.
Mississippi State head basketball coach Rick Stansbury was surprised to see the media select his team as preseason favorite to win the Southeastern Conference's West Division. Not that he doesn't have complete confidence in his team, but more than anyone he knows what the Bulldogs lost from last season.
Turns out, Mississippi State forward Elgin Bailey can fix anything. Team in need of a confidence boost? Bailey's got you covered. Need intense defending and rebounding? He'll hook you up.
Traditional approaches don't apply this season to the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
Scott Marchant isn't so concerned about where his Pickens County team will be in the Alabama High School Athletic Association playoffs.
West Lowndes (6-2, 3-0 Class 2A, Region 2) has turned a negative into a positive and is riding a four-game winning streak.
1. Bulldogs remain fourth in College Playoff ranking COLLEGE SPORTS
2. Starkville, South Panola eager to renew rivalry HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
3. MSU defense looks for one more stellar performance COLLEGE SPORTS
4. MSU women move to 5-0 by routing Louisiana Monroe COLLEGE SPORTS
5. Quarterbacks take center stage at Egg Bowl COLLEGE SPORTS