It's finally here. That's the weight New Hope High School seniors Lauren Holifield, Kasey and Erin Stanfield, and Ashley Reed have felt all season as the slow-pitch softball team worked its way through the regular season.
STARKVILLE -- Benardrick McKinney never thought he'd be getting this much attention this early in his career.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State University head coach Dan Mullen will never be confused with Tyler Russell's publicist.
Paul Alpers has nothing but positive things to say about Columbus and the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- What must have looked like a dangerous option for Mississippi State University quarterback Tyler Russell turned out to be a bailout for a touchdown Saturday.
STARKVILLE -- The start or the finish aren't what concerns Mississippi State University football coach Dan Mullen. Instead, Mullen will try to find on ways to get the Bulldogs to focus on the middle of games so they can build on their starts and make their finishes even easier.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The University of Kentucky football team had opportunities Saturday to add some drama to its matchup against No. 20 Mississippi State University.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Mississippi State University football team's coaches knew the University of Kentucky would have an agenda.
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- For Chad Bumphis to say he hadn't been thinking about the Mississippi State University football team's all-time touchdown receptions record wouldn't be accurate.
BATESVILLE -- Most football teams can point to a big victory as a turning point in a playoff season. If Columbus High can work its way into the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 6A playoffs this season, the turning point may be traced back to a tough loss.
"The Catch" is one of the most memorable plays in NFL history. Dwight Clark's leaping, fingertip grab of a Joe Montana pass helped send the San Francisco 49ers past the Dallas Cowboys 28-27 in the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 10, 1982. San Francisco went on to beat the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI for the first of four titles in the 1980s.
With any young football team, inexperience sometimes trumps ability. For the New Hope High School football team's offense, its 19-0 loss to Hernando was one of the "down" nights.
STARKVILLE -- The Starkville High School football team used a determined and stifling defense to earn a 23-0 victory against Ridgeland High on Friday night in a Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 5A, Region 2 game.
WEST POINT -- At a program known for lining up and pounding opposing defenses into submission, the backfield tandem of Tez Lane and Aeris Williams don't disappoint.
ABERDEEN -- The Aberdeen High School football team planned Friday night against Nettleton to enjoy its Homecoming. The evening also was a homecoming of sorts for Nettleton coach Mike Scott.
SCOOBA -- When East Mississippi Community College really needed a play Saturday afternoon, sophomore defensive back Shaquille Fluker made one. Sophomore defensive backs Jason Yarbor and Justin Cox followed suit.
SCOOBA -- East Mississippi Community College Vice President and Director of Athletics Mickey Stokes stood on the 25-yard line at Sullivan-Windham Field on Saturday afternoon.
Charlie and Travis Bunting joked Thursday that they would have to come back to Columbus if they had good fortune to win the Bass Pro Shops Crappie Masters National Championship. Now the next time the Buntings return to Columbus they will come back as champions.
ETHEL -- West Oktibbeha County High School senior running back Tiberias Lampkin continued his personal roll while the Timberwolves did the same as a team Friday night.
VERNON, Ala. -- A projected offensive shootout in Alabama High School Activities Association Class 2A, Region 4 on Friday night delivered for only one team.
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