STARKVILLE -- Jamie Mitchell would like to move on from the final play of last week's game.
HAMILTON -- Two more wins. The Hamilton High School slow-pitch softball program has made a habit of winning championships, so it isn't surprising the Lady Lions will play for another one this weekend in Ridgeland.
ALICEVILLE - The Alabama High School Athletic Association football playoffs doesn't officially begin until Nov. 8, but as far as several West Alabama coaches are concerned they playoffs start this week.
After nine games, the Tuscaloosa Christian, Victory Christian, and Tabernacle football teams are almost in the same spot.
HAMILTON -- Hamilton High School junior second baseman Addie Thompson spent two hours Sunday at the Hamilton Softball Field working on her game.
Heritage Academy saw its football fortunes turn last season after a victory against archrival Starkville Academy. This season, the Volunteers need of a reversal of fortunes.
MACON -- The carries are there for the taking.
CALEDONIA -- Heartbreak probably would be the one word that came to the minds of the Caledonia High School volleyball team Tuesday night.
Hunter Anderson could sense the questions were bubbling.
CALEDONIA -- Elisha Collins had a feeling about the Caledonia High School volleyball team this season.
OAKMAN, Ala. -- Nothing has been decided with one week remaining in Alabama High School Activities Association Class 2A, Region 4 play.
Columbus High School senior running back Kendrick Conner made a suggestion at halftime Friday night.
Clinton High School slow-pitch softball coach Allen Lunceford wasn't looking forward to his second-round assignment in the Mississippi High School Activities Association's Class 5A/6A playoffs.
STARKVILLE -- Starkville coach Jamie Mitchell has been in charge of high school football teams for more than 20 years, but he has never seen an ending to a game like the one he saw Friday night.
MADDEN -- Barrett Donahoe could rest a little easier Saturday evening.
WEST POINT -- Most coaches will agree there are two periods of a football game -- the first five minutes and the first five minutes of the second half -- that are critical as far as establishing momentum and tempo. The team that takes control in those periods usually dictates the game's direction.
CALEDONIA -- Outside of one disastrous inning, the Caledonia High School softball team played flawlessly in the field and matched Amory High at the plate.
They were bigger, they were meaner. That's the way New Hope High School defensive end Payton Lane described the Oxford High offensive line when scouting the Chargers throughout the week.
Going the other way proved to be the right way for the Neshoba Central High School slow-pitch softball team.
MACON - The streak lives.
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3. Freshmen players still performing late in MSU season COLLEGE SPORTS
4. Oregon State eliminates UNC to set up game vs. MSU COLLEGE SPORTS
5. Chism looks for breakthrough at Bullring LOCAL SPORTS