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Champion Tigers send 12 to next level

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

MACON -- Even though he was a wide-eyed seventh-grader, Dylan Bradley thought his Noxubee County junior high football coach Tyrone Shorter was a little nuts.



New Hope's Stanfield will play softball at EMCC

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

Kasey Stanfield doesn't mind working overtime. She also won't hesitate to haunt New Hope High School's Lady Trojan Field long after practice has ended to work on her game. Being part of the "Fantastic Four" with classmates Lauren Holifield, her sister, Erin Stanfield, and Ashley Reed helped make the extra hours playing softball on Friday and Saturday nights so special.



Three Falcons will soar on to college

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

Columbus High School football coach Tony Stanford sees the growth in his program. This past season, the Falcons advanced to the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 6A North State playoffs out of one of the state toughest districts.



West Point adds to tradition with eight signees

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- Chris Chambless understand the value of tradition. As much as he knows hard work has been a cornerstone of the West Point High School football program's seven state championships, he also knows players like to see tangible examples of how they will be rewarded for their investment.



Heritage Academy's Clark, Hamrick going to Northwest

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

James Clark and M.J. Hamrick are proof that word of mouth can travel any distance. It's safe to assume both players would have attracted plenty of interest from other schools in the state of Mississippi, but Northwest Mississippi Community College Mark Carson took the recommendations of several Mississippi Association of Independent Schools coaches who have played against Clark, Hamrick, and the Heritage Academy baseball team the past two seasons to add two prospects to his program.



Collins (USM) leads New Hope football signees

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

Trae Collins didn't know where football was going to take him. As a standout on the New Hope High School football team for the past two seasons, Collins was confident he was going to get an opportunity, but he couldn't help feeling a little doubt when he didn't receive a bounty of offers.



Huddleston signs to play soccer at MSU

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Starkville Academy senior Tiffany Huddleston has always enjoyed soccer. The opportunity to play college soccer in her hometown is an added bonus.



Signing Classes for Local Colleges

Posted 2/7/2013 in College Sports

The following is a list of the recruiting classes for the University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, the University of Southern Mississippi, the University of Alabama, East Mississippi Community College, and Itawamba C.C.:



Starkville Academy sweeps Heritage Academy

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Starkville Academy boys basketball coach Mark Alexander likes his team's chance in a close game. Starkville Academy once again proved calm under pressure Tuesday night as it defeated Heritage Academy 46-40 in another down-to-the-wire game.



New Hope basketball sweeps Noxubee County

Posted 2/7/2013 in High School Sports

The New Hope High School girls basketball team nearly has all its parts back together. The trick now will be to get everyone on the same page in time for a postseason run.



Stuedeman, MSU ready for year two

Posted 2/7/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- When Mississippi State University named Vann Stuedeman as its softball coach, her tasks included changing the belief system and helping return the Bulldogs to the postseason.



Hard work pays for Richardson, Lady Vols

Posted 2/5/2013 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE -- Starkville Academy junior Sallie Kate Richardson rang in the New Year in what her coach called a "slight shooting slump."



MSU coaches ready to get Woodruff back on mound

Posted 2/5/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Butch Thompson finally got the encouraging signs he was looking for in sophomore right-handed pitcher Brandon Woodruff this weekend.



Free throws anything but for Bulldogs

Posted 2/5/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- If Mississippi State University men's basketball coach Rick Ray says he knew how to solve the free throw shooting problems Saturday night, he'd have a different job title.



Chapman turns big dreams into reality

Posted 2/5/2013 in Local Sports

Gared Chapman wants to take things to another level.



MSU women show toughness in victory against Arkansas

Posted 2/4/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- Some shots have to be taken. As a shooter who has struggled with her confidence, Darriel Gaynor knows she has to keep firing to keep defenses honest. Some games have to be won. As someone who has turned to defense to spark her offense, Gaynor is just one example of how the Mississippi State University women's basketball team is learning coach Vic Schaefer's in-your-face mind-set has to be practiced every possession.



EMCC football team adds four new assistants

Posted 2/4/2013 in College Sports

In his five seasons as head coach, Buddy Stephens has placed the East Mississippi Community College football program among the nation's elite. The Lions have won two state championships, two bowl games, and one national championship. While the success of the program starts with a high talent level, continuity on the coaching staff has been another key element.



MSU, Ole Miss football fans waiting for Jones' decision

Posted 2/4/2013 in High School Sports

Where in the Magnolia state was Chris Jones this weekend? This is the question fans of Mississippi State University and University of Mississippi were asking as they count the days before the Houston, Miss., product is expected to sign a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday morning.



Hickey leads LSU to last-second win vs. MSU

Posted 2/2/2013 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- "Well, this one right here hurts." Six words from Mississippi State University men's basketball coach Rick Ray may have defined the first-year head coach's acceptance that his team just may not know what it takes to win against adequate Southeastern Conference competition.



No. 4 Florida defeats No. 16 Ole Miss

Posted 2/2/2013 in College Sports

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The University of Florida men's basketball team finally faced a little competition in the Southeastern Conference. Just a little, though. Erik Murphy scored 19 points and was instrumental on the defensive end, helping the No. 4 Gators beat 16th-ranked and short-handed University of Mississippi 78-64 Saturday night.



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