Well it's Wednesday and that can only mean one thing.
RJ DeLoach knew Anthony Carlyle was serious about basketball from the beginning.
Blayze Berry already has built a name for himself thanks to his exploits on the summer travel ball circuit.
STARKVILLE -- Lake Little loves to run.
STARKVILLE -- Thomas Berkery remembers his last picture day.
Thomas Berkery jumped at the opportunity to work with Roy Oswalt. Berkery had been away from catching for a few years when Oswalt, a longtime pitcher with Major League Baseball's Houston Astros, called him and asked him if he would catch him in his bullpen sessions. Oswalt, who was traded from Houston to the Philadelphia Phillies in 2010, was trying to sharpen his skills in an effort to get back into the majors with the Texas Rangers.
The names didn't faze Blayze Berry or Beau Bates. Berry and Bates also didn't let the schools their opponents had committed to bother them either because they knew they belonged on the same field with some of the nation's top prospects.
CALEDONIA -- James Reed doesn't mind that he was called "old school." The longtime Caledonia High School teacher/coach also doesn't take offense to being told he is "blunt" in how he talks.
CALEDONIA -- Numbers tell only part of the story about John Wilson. Whether it was in his office at the Caledonia High School baseball field or the facility's indoor complex, numbers defined Wilson's approach to the game.
On this occasion, the timing appears to be right for Michael Kelly. After stints as an assistant coach or coordinator at four schools, Kelly is in line to be the next head football coach at Caledonia High School.
The coming out party for Noxubee County football player Kyziah Pruitt was slightly delayed.
STARKVILLE -- Luke Adkins fell in love with Starkville when he played baseball at Mississippi State University.
Nicole Harris taught Kenneth Martin Jr. that if he wanted something to go get it.
The trial date for the leading candidate to be the next Caledonia High School football coach who was charged with careless driving and refusing to submit to a test for driving under the influence has been continued until July 31 in D'Iberville Municipal Court.
The stories started after Quintavin Williams received the text message from Brian Merkel.
It's one thing to play on your home course in the biggest event of the season.
CALEDONIA -- Houston Mims seized the opportunity.
New Hope High School finds its baseball season hanging in the balance today at the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 4A state championship series.
STARKVILLE -- Ben Owens never envisioned the recruiting process would take this long. But the Starkville Academy senior's patience paid off Wednesday when he celebrated his decision to play football at Belhaven University in Jackson.
PEARL -- New Hope High School senior catcher Cade Odom had a feeling how his team's baseball game might turn out Wednesday night. That didn't make the experience any less painful to endure.
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