Drivers have started to separate themselves from the rest of the pack nearing the midway point of the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series. Rick Rickman, of New Hope, is in first place with a five-point lead over David Breazeale. Rickman's brother, Brian, is 55 points behind in third, while Neil Bagget and Chase Washington are fourth and fifth, just 95 and 120 points out of first.
David Breazeale won't be intimidated by Scott Bloomquist, John Blankenship, and Don O'Neal. But he understands why his fellow area Super Late Model drivers would.
Complete listing of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft held over the weekend
OKTIBBEHA COUNTY -- David Breazeale retired from racing in 2012, but he found his way back to the sport through two car owners.
STARKVILLE -- As Stacy Hester prepares to take another All-Star baseball team to Oklahoma for the Junior Sunbelt Classic, there's one goal in mind: Show the nation Mississippi has elite level baseball talent.
Justin Wofford had an inkling of how he stacked up against the fittest athletes in the nation. Now that the West Point native has experienced his first CrossFit South Central Regionals, Wofford knows it is only a matter of time before he makes even bigger gains.
Kenny Schrader is back at Magnolia Motor Speedway to claim another United Sprint Car Series win.
Azad Hossain and his family aren't new to Columbus. Whether it is science, music or sports, Hossain has found many reasons to travel from Oxford to Columbus to spend the day in "The Friendly City." This weekend, though, Hossain and his family are staying a little longer because his son is a member of the Under-14 Oxford Soccer Club participating in the Mississippi Soccer Association's Presidents Cup.
"Massive." In 25 years working in parks and recreation, Roger Short has been a part of his share of large undertakings. If you have ever driven by Propst Park in the summer and seen the softball and baseball tournaments that the city of Columbus has hosted over the years, you have an inkling of the planning and organization it takes to put on an event with tens of teams from out of town.
Late Model dirt track veteran Ronnie Johnson isn't sure what type of dirt is used at Magnolia Motor Speedway, but he can explain what makes it unique.
Tom Velek wants to put on a good show. As tournament director for the Mississippi Soccer Association's President's Cup, Velek has spent much of the past week making sure all of the details have been taken care of for Columbus' first opportunity to play host to what he called "Mississippi's biggest soccer party."
Justin Wofford is an example of how channel surfing can promote a healthy lifestyle.
WEST POINT -- If George Bryan didn't pick up the phone, Jane Blalock might never have found a location for the 2014 ISPS Handa Cup.
WEST POINT -- Nancy Lopez enjoys having a full calendar. Whether it is taking part in charity or corporate events, spending time with her new granddaughter, or visiting her youngest daughter at Auburn University, Lopez still manages to find time to play golf.
WEST POINT -- Chris Jester admits the Handa Cup initially was "foreign" to him. Jester, the PGA Director of Golf for Old Waverly Golf Club, knew all too well about the success of the 54th U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship in 1999 at Old Waverly, but he wasn't well versed about the history of the Handa Cup.
Before the 2014 dirt track season began, Neil Baggett had to choose between two motors: larger, heavier, and stronger, or smaller, lighter, and better for handling.
Drivers and their crews usually face an adjustment period when breaking in a new chassis, but veteran super late model driver and Golden Triangle native Rick Rickman won his second race of this season with a new chassis and has four top-3 finishes thus far.
Kelley Carlton knows all about Magnolia Motor Speedway.
These are exciting times for the Columbus United Soccer Club.
While things will be busy in Starkville with Super Bulldog Weekend, there will be plenty to do this weekend in Columbus.
1. MSU's Stricklin says cost of attendance right way to go COLLEGE SPORTS
3. Columbus Christian boys beat rival Hebron Christian HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
4. New Hope boys, West Point girls earn wins HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
5. Georgia's Frazier knocks out MSU COLLEGE SPORTS