The Starkville High School basketball team earned some well-deserved time off.
Russ Whiteside wanted the Heritage Academy boys basketball team to push the tempo Wednesday night. That's why Whiteside continued to exhort the Patriots to press the action in the first quarter even though not many things were going right -- or going in the basket.
STARKVILLE - Heritage Academy freshman Todd Sharp wanted his team to get a quick start.
New Hope High School junior RL Mattix knew he was surrounded by some talented teammates.
Valentine's Day week finds several area basketball teams looking for love in postseason play.
While the weekend temperatures may suggest otherwise, game week has arrived for the Heritage Academy baseball team.
Caledonia High School boys' basketball coach Gary Griffin wanted his team to drive to the basket and to get to the free throw line Thursday night.
The final basket of New Hope High School senior Julia Franks' career was not a game-winner.
For the second straight off-season, Columbus High School is in the market for a new football coach.
STARKVILLE -- Limited suspense did not mean the Mississippi State University football program still did not close out a Top 25 finish on National Signing Day Wednesday.
STARKVILLE -- Starkville High School football coach Chris Jones felt like a proud papa Wednesday afternoon.
MACON -- Success breeds tradition.
WEST POINT -- Ke'Aris Smith didn't lose faith.
WEST POINT -- Championship programs attract champions.
Championship programs have plenty of caretakers.
It's not unusual for a coach to say a defensive back goes 100 mph.
Name your poison, Moak Griffin will deliver it. The Heritage Academy senior can outscore you if he needs to, either from the perimeter or with strong moves to the basket. The multi-sport standout is equally capable of controlling a game with his rebounding or with his playmaking ability.
TUPELO -- Typically basketball coaches go to their bench looking for a spark and an increase in tempo.
CALEDONIA -- The postseason plans of the Golden Triangle's public school soccer teams ended Monday night.
STARKVILLE -- As the calendar inches toward February, the Starkville High School girls basketball team find itself in familiar territory. The Lady Jackets (15-3) have won 11-straight games and are two wins shy of another undefeated run through Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 6A, Region 3 play.
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