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Hype begins Wednesday for eager football fans

Posted 7/20/2010 in Local Columns

Let the hype begin. The recruiting season is nice, as are spring games. But college football officially gears up Wednesday when the Southeastern Conference holds its annual football media days.

 

 

Bulldogs look for return to health

Posted 7/20/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Last season, Mississippi State's men's basketball team had nearly enough injured players to field a talented infirmary squad. With guards Twany Beckham and Shaun Smith and forward Elgin Bailey shelved for the 2009-10 season, the Bulldogs lacked depth and were forced to use their starters more minutes.

 

 

Starkville Daily News: Starkville All-Stars eliminated (link)

Posted 7/19/2010 in Local Sports

 

 

Hallmark excited to return to New Hope High

Posted 7/17/2010 in Local Sports

Brent Hallmark has been a mainstay on the mound for the Cotton States Baseball League - North Division's Tippah County Tribe all season. But today's starting assignment will be a little more special for Hallmark.

 

 

Mission accomplished for Starkville's Bryan

Posted 7/17/2010 in Local Sports

STARKVILLE -- Jack Bryan's quest to become an Eagle Scout and to help the tennis community is finally complete. Thirteen months ago, the longtime scout and tennis player envisioned replicating an existing pavilion at Starkville High School's tennis courts as his Eagle Scout project.

 

 

Plenty for everyone to gain at summer camps

Posted 7/15/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- There's plenty to gain from running effective sports camps, though most of the evidence goes unnoticed. College coaches can gain a verbal commitment from a student-athlete who attends one of their camps or receive positive feedback from campers, parents, and coaches.

 

 

Three West Alabama football players selected for All-Star Game

Posted 7/15/2010 in High School Sports

Lamar County High School football coach Ken Adams didn't have to look at game film of all of the candidates to know three of the linebackers he wanted to play for the North in the 14th annual Alabama All-Star Sports Week game. Adams, the linebackers coach for the North, selected three linebackers he knows quite well -- Lance Bobbitt and Jimmy Lann of Lamar County and Sulligent High's Ahmad Walker -- to play in the game, which will be at 7 p.m. Friday at Louis Crews Stadium on the campus of Alabama A&M in Huntsville, Ala.

 

 

Hoops for Troops fundraiser Saturday at Caledonia High

Posted 7/15/2010 in Local Sports

Ernest Robinson knows the importance of teamwork. As store manager at the Walmart in Columbus, Robinson realizes communication and coordination are two keys to helping any business or organization run smoothly.

 

 

Cotton States Baseball League coming to New Hope High

Posted 7/15/2010 in Local Sports

The Cotton States Baseball League is coming to Lowndes County. The CSBL North Division, which is in its second year, will continue its effort to increase its fanbase when it will feature the Tippah County Tribe against the Golden Triangle Jets in a nine-inning game at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at New Hope High School's Trojan Field.

 

 

Curry chosen for all-star game

Posted 7/14/2010 in High School Sports

Deion Curry has no intentions of letting an injury keep him from showcasing his skills as an all-star. The Pickens County High School senior intends to take part in the 14th-annual Alabama All-Star Sports Week in Huntsville, Ala., this week despite recovering from a knee injury. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Curry was selected to play for the South in the boys basketball game, which is scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday at Spragins Hall on the campus of the Univerity of Alabama at Huntsville.

 

 

Columbus Americans win South State title

Posted 7/14/2010 in Local Sports

WINONA -- The Columbus Americans made it through the Dizzy Dean 11-12-year old South State Tournament undefeated by beating West Point 18-3 in the championship game Tuesday. The Americans exploded for 11 runs in the bottom of the third inning to win the game in three innings by the mercy rule. "It was real exciting," Columbus Americans coach Billy White said. "I've been a coach for 22 years and, like I told the kids, this was the first time in 20 years a 12-year old team from Columbus won South State. This is a great group of kids."

 

 

Johnson forms College Sports Publishing

Posted 7/14/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- David Johnson is a realist. He knows the economy isn't in the greatest shape. And as someone who has worked in magazines and in newspapers in the region, Johnson also knows the publishing business has seen its share of hard times. But Johnson believes he has the right product and even better support to take on the challenge of giving Mississippi State, University of Mississippi, and University of Alabama sports fans what they need.

 

 

Rice goes off to play at Western Michigan

Posted 7/14/2010 in College Sports

John Rice didn't have to go 800 miles to play in college football's top flight, but he's making the most of being a Western Michigan Bronco. After growing up in Crawford and spending two years in Scooba as a defensive tackle at East Mississippi Community College, Rice has experienced a drastic change of scenery since relocating to Kalamazoo, Mich., in the spring.  Exactly why Rice chose to move so far from home was a mystery to many, especially his mother, Mattie Doss.

 

 

Plan in place to bring Cotton States games to the fans

Posted 7/14/2010 in Local Sports

The plan is in place. Now Sam Creekmore, Frank Dodds, Clark Richey, and the rest of the Cotton States Baseball League North Division have to see where it will take them. The CSBL's decision "to bring the game to the fans" continues this weekend when the collegiate summer wooden bat league will feature the Tippah County Tribe and the Golden Triangle Jets in a nine-inning game at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Trojan Field at New Hope High School. The game is one of three the league is playing away from its home site in New Albany in an attempt to help it grow.

 

 

Lucas Oil: Pearson Pockets $20,000 in Winning Series Event at Magnolia (link)

Posted 7/12/2010 in Local Sports

 

 

MSU camps bring exposure to campus

Posted 7/10/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Every summer, universities and colleges across the country host thousands of boys and girls on their campuses.  Collegiate athletics, a unique multi-million dollar industry, can't let three months pass without continuing to strengthen its fanbase.  Camps fill down time in the summer and are part of an interconnected network on campus. 

 

 

West Point football team to play in showdown in Florida

Posted 7/10/2010 in High School Sports

Make your plans now, the West Point High School football team is gearing up for a road trip. The Mississippi High School Activities Association defending Class 5A state champion Green Wave will take on Mainland (Fla.) at 7 p.m. Aug. 27 in Daytona Beach, Fla., to kick off the Gridiron Challenge at Daytona Municipal Stadium.

 

 

Wilson eagerly returns to head coaching ranks at Caledonia

Posted 7/10/2010 in High School Sports

The timing was right, so John Wilson decided to adjust and flow. As a result, the Caledonia High School baseball program has a new head baseball coach. On Friday, the Lowndes County School Board approved Wilson, a former head baseball coach at Columbus High School and an assistant baseball coach at Caledonia, to be Caledonia High's next baseball coach.

 

 

USA features MSU track athletes

Posted 7/9/2010 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Four Mississippi State track athletes return to the international level today at the NACAC Under 23 Track and Field Championships in Miramar, Fla. The meet is scheduled for today through Sunday, featuring teams from North America, Central America and the Caribbean. Team USA features two of the nation's top 400-meter runners in Mississippi State's Tavaris Tate, of Starkville, and O'Neal Wilder, while MSU coach Al Schmidt returns for a second straight year to captain the distance runners.

 

 

Columbus Xplosion advances with win

Posted 7/9/2010 in Local Sports

GRENADA ---- Josh Neal and Octavian Stallings combined on a three-hitter Thursday to pitch the Columbus Xplosion past the Mathiston All-Stars 14-2 in the Dizzy Dean 10-year old South State Tournament. Neal allowed one hit and struck out five in two innings and Stallings gave up two hits and fanned four in two innings as Columbus won by the 10-run mercy rule in four innings. Neal and Stallings were backed by a seven-hit attack, led by Jeremy Tate with an RBI triple and single. Also contributing were Cade Odom and Nathan Wilson with a double each, Neal with a single and two RBIs, and Leo Bell and Cody Bolin with a single each.

 

 

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