TUSCALOOSA, Ala. ó From Kayla Robinsonís perspective, the Aberdeen High School girls basketball team will have its work cut out for it at 8 tonight when it takes on Raymond in the Class 3A Mississippi High School Activities Association Cellular South State Basketball Championships at Mississippi Coliseum. The Lady Rangers are ranked No. 1 in Class 3A and are riding a state-best 24-game winning streak.
Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen and his staff are making quite an impression on local athletes. After signing players like Deontae Skinner from Noxubee County High School in Macon, Johnthan Banks from East Webster High in Maben, Johnathan McKenzie from Starkville Academy, and Dennis Thames from Louisville High, Mullen has gotten off to a quick start on identifying area prospects for next yearís class.
South Lamar softball coach Tony Seals feels good about the depth of his teamís pitching staff. The pitching staff has gotten deeper this season with the addition of Laken Hancock, a transfer from Caledonia High School.
After not fielding a baseball team a year ago, Aliceville High School will try it again this season. But budget restraints will mean Aliceville will only play district games. The first pitch for Aliceville is scheduled for March 22 against Pickens County rival Gordo.
1. Central Academy softball looks for return to state tournament HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
2. Walters column: Noxubee County rarely backs away from challenge HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
3. MSU men's basketball releases non-conference schedule COLLEGE SPORTS
4. Bulldogs land commitment from McLaurin at Collins LOCAL SPORTS
5. Oak Hill Academy softball hopes to build on win column HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS