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NCAA asks Sidneys' attorney to sign confidentiality statement

Posted 8/4/2009 in College Sports

The NCAA notified Donald Jackson, the attorney for Mississippi State basketball signee Renardo Sidney, by an e-mail Monday morning that he wouldnít be permitted to participate in interviews of third parties unless he signed a statement of confidentiality.

 

 

Former MSU pitchers reunited

Posted 8/3/2009 in Local Sports

SAN FRANCISCO ó Former Mississippi State pitcher Brandon Medders of the San Francisco Giants enjoys it when an opposing team has a player from his alma mater and he gets a chance to reminisce about old times. Medders was afforded such an opportunity this past week when the Giants played host to the Pittsburgh Pirates at AT&T Park.

 

 

Mullen looking for right fit at QB

Posted 8/2/2009 in College Sports

Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen appears to have left the door open for a quarterback controversy. Although senior Tyson Lee, of Columbus, appears to be the front-runner Monday entering the start of preseason football practice, there are indications Mullen isnít completely satisfied with the position.

 

 

Camp in Caledonia helps soccer grow

Posted 8/2/2009 in Local Sports

CALEDONIA ó Andi Franklin and Michael Eade hope their work as soccer ambassadors helps the United States produce World Cup caliber talent. Franklin and Eade joined Matthew Foster and Rachel Smythe in Caledonia last week as coaches with the Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp.

 

 

MSU nearing football season ticket record

Posted 8/2/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE ó Mississippi State is approaching a record for season-ticket sales. A little more than a month before MSU faces Jackson State on Sept. 5 in Starkville, the schoolís ticket office announced it has sold 37,523 season tickets.

 

 

Butler will demand more from Patriots

Posted 8/2/2009 in High School Sports

Brad Butler knows the Heritage Academy football program can accomplish big things. He was a member of the football teamís coaching staff in 2005 when it advanced to the Class AAA Division II title game. Now itís Butlerís job to help the Patriots get back to that level.

 

 

New facility will give Starkville Academy a boost

Posted 8/2/2009 in High School Sports

STARKVILLE ó Starkville Academy believes itís getting just the boost its athletic program needs to be competitive. A $300,000 on-campus locker room and training facility is under construction and is excepted to provide something that is considered to be overdue.

 

 

MSU will go with what it has at WR

Posted 7/31/2009 in College Sports

STARKVILLE ó The wide receiver position at Mississippi State has taken a hit in the past two weeks. The departures of Terrance Davis and Delmon Robinson from the program subtracts two potential weapons from coach Dan Mullenís spread offense.

 

 

EMCC football ranked No. 6; All-Americans named

Posted 7/31/2009 in College Sports

Buddy Stephens canít find enough adjectives to describe how excited he is to begin the 2009 season. There apparently are plenty of people throughout the country who share Stephensí excitement.

 

 

Heritage Academy softball looks to build on success

Posted 7/31/2009 in High School Sports

The 2008 season was just the first step for the Heritage Academy fast-pitch softball season. The Lady Patriots made history last season, advancing to the North South State Tournament for the first time. With many of the key players from that team back this season, Heritage Academy coach Ginny Lowery is confident Heritage Academy can build on last season and begin to build a tradition.

 

 

Time off serves Tate well

Posted 7/31/2009 in Local Sports

STARKVILLE ó It has been a month since former Starkville High School sprinter Tavaris Tate participated at the United States Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore. The time off has served him well.

 

 

Coaches like what they see from Tate

Posted 7/31/2009 in Local Sports

Mississippi State menís associate head track and field coach Steve Dudley has been an interested spectator of prize recruit Tavaris Tate. Dudley, who works with the programís sprinters, has followed Tate to all of his destinations this summer and hasnít been surprised with the success of the former Starkville High School sprinter.

 

 

Starkville Academy softball expects to be stronger

Posted 7/30/2009 in High School Sports

Starkville Academy softball coach Randy Haynes expects to have a stronger team on the field this season. There were signs in the summer league at the Starkville Sportsplex that the Lady Volunteers could be better than last yearís 18-17 record.

 

 

Attorney: Floyd's comments could help Sidney's case

Posted 7/30/2009 in College Sports

Donald Jackson, the attorney for the family of Mississippi State menís basketball signee Renardo Sidney, said the recent comments by former University of Southern California coach Tim Floyd can only help his clientís case.

 

 

Central Academy wants to build on slow-pitch title

Posted 7/30/2009 in High School Sports

MACON ó One title isnít enough for the Central Academy softball program. In May, the Lady Vikings ended a drought when they defeated Kemper Academy to win the Class A Mississippi Private School Association slow-pitch state title.

 

 

Tigers sign former Bulldog P Wesson

Posted 7/30/2009 in College Sports

Former Mississippi State pitcher Jared Wesson wasnít sure the opportunity was going to come. After his name failed to come up one month after the Major League Baseball First-Player Draft, he began to wonder if any organization would take a chance on him.

 

 

West Point's Virges commits to MSU; WRs leave program

Posted 7/29/2009 in College Sports

WEST POINT ó West Point High School offensive and defensive lineman Curtis Virges likes the direction coach Dan Mullen is taking the Mississippi State football program. Even though the Bulldogs havenít taken the field this season, Virges has been impressed with how Mullen prepares the team.

 

 

Former Bulldog Bowen signs with Reds

Posted 7/29/2009 in College Sports

Mississippi State is losing one of its pitchers to professional baseball. Right-hander Ricky Bowen will skip his senior season with the Bulldogs and has signed with the Cincinnati Reds. He reported to the Billings (Montana) Mustangs of the Pioneer League on Monday.

 

 

Hall calls for Keys: Former MSU star will be inducted into state's Sports Hall of Fame

Posted 7/28/2009 in College Sports

People will be talking this weekend about Tyrone Keys. But while the topic ó football ó will be the same, the memories from all of the teams Keys played on will be different.

 

 

Swim Columbus, Shockwave swim teams come away with awards

Posted 7/28/2009 in Local Sports

CLEVELAND ó Members of Swim Columbus and the Shockwave swimming teams delivered solid performances last weekend at the 2009 MSI Long Course State Championships at Delta State University.

 

 

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