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MSU vs. Southern Mississippi: Five Things to Watch

Posted yesterday in College Sports

STARKVILLE - Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is excited to start the season with in-state foe Southern Mississippi.


Oak HIll Academy looks to stop skid in series with Heritage Academy

Posted yesterday in High School Sports

WEST POINT -- Chris Craven knows the enormity of the task that his Oak Hill Academy football team faces Friday night.


New Hope looks for continued improvement against Columbus

Posted yesterday in High School Sports

There's no disguising the pain of a loss your coach calls "heartbreaking."


Noxubee County packs focus for long road trip to Texas

Posted 9/1/2015 in High School Sports

MACON -- Focus has been a word that has been on Tyrone Shorter's mind a lot this week.


Inside the Game: Mooreville-Caledonia

Posted 8/29/2015 in High School Sports

Inside the Game: Mooreville-Caledonia


Ford's hands help Caledonia overcome Mooreville

Posted 8/29/2015 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA -- Zion Ford was just trying to make something happen. But don't let Ford's use of an innocuous phrase diminish the impact of the game-changing moment he delivered Friday night. All the Caledonia High School junior running back needed to do was use his fingertips -- not once, but twice. Ford's juggling act on a pass from quarterback Spencer Unruh went from a possible missed opportunity to a 53-yard touchdown pass in the snap of the fingers and helped push Caledonia to a 31-7 victory against Mooreville in its home opener.


Pickens Academy playing for assistant coach Copland

Posted 8/28/2015 in High School Sports

Between the weather and the emotion surrounding the squad's season opener, Josh Thacker and the Pickens Academy football team had one of the longest Friday nights of Week 1. In addition to waiting out a lightning delay and a power outage, the Pirates had to deal with the fact they were without assistant coach Ted Copland, who is battling cancer and was forced to miss his first Friday night in 46 years as a coach.


Heritage Academy ready for tough road test

Posted 8/28/2015 in High School Sports

Barrett Donahoe scheduled preseason scrimmages and jamborees to prepare the Heritage Academy football team for the 2015 season. Following games against Pillow Academy, Raymond High School, and Simpson Academy, Donahoe hoped the Patriots were primed and ready to face good competition in the regular season. That move paid off last week against Columbus Christian in a 48-0 victory in the season opener for both teams.


New Hope wants to bounce back after losing opener

Posted 8/27/2015 in High School Sports

If you didn't know any better, the statistics surely would have corresponded to a victory. New Hope High School football Kris Pickle even sounded like he didn't believe what happened as he ticked off the numbers -- 350-360 total yards, more than 200 yards passing, 100 yards rushing, 18 first downs -- from his team's 20-3 loss to Louisville in its season opener last week.


Prep Player of Week: Simmons dominates in Noxubee County season-opening win

Posted 8/24/2015 in High School Sports

MACON -- Dominant.


Ford carries load as Caledonia wins football season opener

Posted 8/24/2015 in High School Sports

CALEDONIA -- In 2014, a game of word association involving the Caledonia High School football team was easy.


Noxubee County edges Starkville in double OT thriller

Posted 8/22/2015 in High School Sports

MACON -- To a man, Friday night was about belief for the Noxubee County High School football team.


Pickens Academy will try to keep moving, keep growing

Posted 8/21/2015 in High School Sports

CARROLLTON, Ala. -- Inexperience doesn't faze Josh Thacker. If it did, the Pickens Academy third-year head football coach would look at his roster for the 2015 season with wide eyes and see a bunch of 7s, 8s, and 9s under the grade column. All told, Pickens Academy enters tonight's season opener against Ben's Ford Christian (La.) with only four seniors and two juniors on a roster that features 18 players in grades seven through nine.


Private school football kicks off Friday, with changes

Posted 8/20/2015 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Greg Watkins has seen plenty of change in his time as a coach in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS).


Crawford will coach boys, girls basketball at West Lowndes

Posted 8/19/2015 in High School Sports

Danny Crawford is back in Lowndes County. This time, the longtime coach intends to make his stay a little more permanent. Last week, the Lowndes County School Board approved the hiring of the former West Oktibbeha County High School coach as the new boys and girls basketball coach at West Lowndes High School in Columbus. The move comes after Crawford's old school and East Oktibbeha County High were consolidated into the Starkville School District at the end of the 2014-15 school year.


MSU's Eubanks brings confidence from U-20 camp

Posted 8/19/2015 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The doubt is gone. Mallory Eubanks wondered how she would fit in when she participated in the United States Under-20 National Team Camp in January in Sanford, Florida. As a newcomer, Eubanks was one of 28 players (18 college soccer) vying for the attention of head coach Michelle French and the rest of USA Soccer.


'Old man' Barnett helping Noxubee County's younger players

Posted 8/19/2015 in High School Sports

MACON -- Qendarrion Barnett's laugh -- a quick "Heh-heh" -- gets you thinking. A few minutes later, as you watch the Noxubee County High school senior stroke his burgeoning goatee, a smile comes across your face and you see why the nickname fits him so well. No, not the moniker "June bug" that was given to Barnett by his mother, Lakeisha Hunt, and probably is more recognizable. The one you're thinking of is "old man," which is the one members of the Noxubee County High football team are more apt to use around one of the veterans of the reigning 2014 Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 4A state champions.


New MSU assistant Jackson was coach in making as player

Posted 8/18/2015 in College Sports

Sherri Coale has been around basketball long enough to know how to spot a future coach. The Oklahoma women's basketball coach said it doesn't matter whether a player is a point guard, forward, or center. She said the key to spotting a player who looks like she will have an ability become a coach is finding an individual who can convey what they know about the game to their peers. Coale didn't have to watch Dionnah Jackson long to figure out she had a future coach in the making.


Reese, Wise help lead Starkville at net

Posted 8/18/2015 in High School Sports

April Reese and Abigail Wise knew they were going to have to step into bigger roles this year on the Starkville High School volleyball team. Coming off the program's best season in history and losing several key performers, including seniors Khris Carr and Vicky Vo, Reese and Wise realize they are going to have to make their presence known at the net if Starkville is going to return to the playoffs and build on its first playoff victories and a trip to the Class III North State title match.


Sanders enjoys opportunity to represent USA

Posted 8/18/2015 in Local Sports

The significance didn't hit DJ Sanders until she heard the national anthem. Up until that point, Sanders enjoyed her opportunity to play against some of the best players in the world as a member of the USA Softball Junior Women's National Team, but the enormity of the moment didn't sink in until "The Star Spangled Banner" started to play. That's when the fact that she had just won a gold medal representing her country hit her.



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