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Snider's changes help anglers

Posted 3/10/2012 in Local Sports

Anglers, like any sports enthusiasts, like to try new things. In our area, it's a challenge to find businesses that offer a huge selection of lures and fishing equipment.

 

 

MSU softball upsets No. 7 Georgia

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State University softball team was left with two options Wednesday night. MSU could have been disappointed after two hard-fought losses against the No. 3 University of Florida and let a possible slide begin. The other option was for the team to return to the diamond and pull a top-10 upset.

 

 

Injuries force MSU baseball to reshuffle lineup

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- A month after introducing a new lineup to Mississippi State University baseball fans, the program will be forced to do it again. A rash of injuries in the past two weekends has forced MSU coach John Cohen to add newcomers to the lineup to replace players on the disabled list.

 

 

Ole Miss beats Tennessee to reach semifinals

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- Terrance Henry scored 19 points, Jarvis Summers added 17 and the University of Mississippi men's basketball team beat the University of Tennessee 77-72 in overtime in the Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinals on Friday night. Henry hit two free throws with 9.1 seconds left in regulation to give Ole Miss a 61-58 lead, but Tennessee's Skylar McBee banked in a 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds left to tie the game and send it into overtime.

 

 

Florida outlasts Alabam in SEC tournament

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- The University of Alabama's JaMychal Green was terrific Friday, finishing in the paint, grabbing rebounds, dishing out assists, and being a huge pain for the University of Florida. There's just one free-throw attempt he'd like to have back. The Crimson Tide lost 66-63 to the Gators in the Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinals, failing to convert two chances to tie the game in the final seconds.

 

 

Alabama's Jones shifts to center

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- University of Alabama Outland Trophy winner Barrett Jones opened spring practice at a new position -- one of many new looks for the defending national champions next season. Coach Nick Saban stressed Friday that it's a new team with several job openings. Alabama lost a group of stars that includes at least four projected first-round NFL draft picks.

 

 

Stansbury, Bulldogs want in; national pundits not convinced

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- And pop goes the NCAA Tournament bubble. It's seemingly a consensus among national college basketball pundits the Mississippi State University men's basketball program would've heard its name called for the NCAA tournament with just one more victory.

 

 

Columbus hosts Crappie USA event

Posted 3/9/2012 in Local Sports

This weekend will be about creating heritage for Marcus Honnell. On Saturday, the 38-year-old Columbus resident will team with one of his three sons, Mason, 11, in the Crappie USA Tournament Super Event in Columbus. Marcus' other two sons, Landon, 8, and Weston, 7, will fish with their grandfather in the Crappie Kids event, which also will be Saturday.

 

 

Bulldogs staggering with injuries

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

Mississippi State University baseball coach John Cohen says he doesn't like to use injuries as an excuse for any form of poor play. After news coming out of the program Thursday morning, the fourth-year skipper simply may have no other choice.

 

 

MSU softball hosts No. 7 Georgia

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- No rest. Less than 48 hours after dropping a tough doubleheader to third-ranked Florida, the Mississippi State softball team returns to action tonight and the competition gets no easier. MSU hosts No. 7 Georgia in the opening-game of a three-game Southeastern Conference series at the MSU Softball Field.

 

 

BULLDOGS MAROONED: MSU makes quick exit at SEC Tournament

Posted 3/9/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- One more time, it happened again. The team which started the February downfall with an upset victory in Starkville pulled the exact same trick to the Mississippi State University men's basketball team in the first round of the 2012 Southeastern Conference Tournament Thursday night.

 

 

Stansbury's family tour hits New Orleans

Posted 3/8/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Rick Stansbury's office in the Mize Pavilion isn't littered with championship trophies or game balls. Instead, Stansbury's sanctum inside the Mississippi State University basketball program's new practice facility is filled with pictures of what he says is important. Hundreds of pictures of Stansbury's wife, Meo (Mellen), and their sons, Noah, Issac, and Luke, fill the walls of an office that overlooks the Starkville campus. The pictures serve as a reminder of the importance Stansbury places on a family that has traveled with him since he accepted the job as MSU's men's basketball coach in 1998.

 

 

Pickens County boys celebrate third state title in a row

Posted 3/8/2012 in High School Sports

REFORM, Ala. -- The Pickens County High School boys basketball team lost its best player to graduation. The Tornadoes also had to replace a coach who led them to back-to-back state titles. But change didn't scare Patrick Plott, De'Marko Hall, and the rest of the Pickens County High program. Expectations didn't faze the Tornadoes, either, so when thoughts turned to winning a third consecutive state championship in 2011-12, they accepted the challenge and didn't let anything stop them.

 

 

Pickens Academy's Dawkins signs with EMCC

Posted 3/8/2012 in High School Sports

CARROLLTON, Ala. -- Corey Dawkins holds out her hand to illustrate just how tall she was when she started playing ball. It might have been T-Ball, and she might have only been a few feet tall, but the small beginnings created a big love.

 

 

MSU will look to build résumé against Georgia

Posted 3/8/2012 in College Sports

NEW ORLEANS -- Judging by his comments Wednesday, forward Arnett Moultrie would be fine walking the Mississippi State University men's basketball team's game plan to the University of Georgia. Hint to Georgia coach Mark Fox: MSU is going to try and stuff the basketball in the lane. "Coach said today in practice earlier we want to dominate inside," Moultrie said Wednesday at the team's media availability. "That's what we need to do (in) this game."

 

 

MSU's Cooley earns national honor

Posted 3/8/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University junior left fielder Jessica Cooley is deeply appreciative of the attention she received this week. On Tuesday, Cooley was named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week. The program's first national award under new coach Vann Stuedeman came one day after Cooley was chosen as the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week.

 

 

Florida takes two from MSU softball

Posted 3/8/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University softball coach Vann Stuedeman has preached to her team how close it is to being one of the nation's elite. On Wednesday at the MSU Softball Field, Stuedeman acquired more tangible evidence to show her squad. MSU barked all afternoon long before losing to the No. 3 University of Florida 1-0 and 8-5 in a league-opening Southeastern Conference doubleheader.

 

 

Injuries mount in MSU baseball team'ss latest win

Posted 3/8/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The victories and the injuries continue to mount for the Mississippi State University baseball team. MSU won its sixth straight Wednesday night with a come-from-behind 10-6 triumph against Penn State at Dudy Noble Field. The Bulldogs won for the seventh time after trailing in a game this season, and swept the two-game series, which was the first meeting between the programs.

 

 

MSU's Cohen not known for managing by the book

Posted 3/7/2012 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The overall theme to John Cohen's baseball coaching philosophy at Mississippi State University is if it's unconventional then it's probably worth giving a try.

 

 

ONE TOUGH TROJAN: New Hope's Boyd shuts down Columbus, 8-1

Posted 3/7/2012 in High School Sports

New Hope High School senior outfielder Austin Oglesby never sweats his name being in the lineup. A mainstay in the outfield, Oglesby knows his defensive abilities could loom large in another potential victory.

 

 

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