Ole Miss will begin postseason play when it competes at the 2019 Southeastern Conference Tournament held in Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The Rebels are the No. 7 seed and will square off against the No. 10 seed Crimson Tide on Thursday at 6 p.m. on SEC Network, with Tom Hart (play-by-play), Laura Rutledge (analyst) and Jon Sundvold (analyst) on the call.
Ole Miss stormed back from an early deficit with five runs in the final two innings, but it wasn't quite enough as the Rebels fell 10-8 on the road at No. 7 Louisville.
Mississippi State's Quinndary Weatherspoon and Reggie Perry captured All-SEC accolades announced Tuesday by the league office.
Under new head coach Joshua Pulphus, there's no way to know yet what offensive and defensive schemes the Columbus High School Falcons will run this fall.
JACKSON -- Another state title heading back to the Golden Triangle.
Starkville's Tyler Talley didn't want his season to end on his birthday.
In his first year as the head coach of The W women's basketball team, Howard White has been named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Women's Basketball Division I Coach of the Year at the USCAA Basketball Division I Brunch Banquet Wednesday.
The No. 9 Ole Miss Rebels were able to make things interesting late in the bottom of the ninth, but stellar pitching all day from No. 14 ECU's Jake Kuchmaner helped ensure that the Pirates were able to slip out of Oxford with a win.
Tied at 11-all after one quarter of play in the Class 1A state semifinals, defending 1A champion Okolona used a 15-0 run in the second period en route to a 65-55 win over West Lowndes Monday.
Junior Madison Fieldswas perfect at the plate for the Owls on Tuesday in an 11-0 win over Penn State DuBois at Don Usher Field. The third and final game of the series marks the seventh shutout this season for The W to put the Owls at 9-2 overall.
Spring football practice has arrived in Starkville for the second year of the Joe Moorhead era at Mississippi State. The Bulldogs, fresh off a No. 25 final national ranking and a New Year's Day bowl berth, will go through spring drills Tuesday and Thursday afternoon to kick off the first week at the Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex.
For far too many years, Columbus Christian Academy's less than stellar girls' basketball programs have suffered through "the agony of defeat" on a regular basis.
Riding the momentum of claiming the school's first MACJC state championship in men's basketball since the 1930s, the Lions of East Mississippi Community College will begin play at this week's NJCAA Region 23 Basketball Tournament in Clinton by taking on the reigning regional champion Holmes Bulldogs during Wednesday's quarterfinals. Tipoff is set for 3 p.m. at A.E. Wood Coliseum on the Mississippi College campus.
Crystal Allen scored 30 points, but the Ole Miss women's basketball team wrapped up its regular season with an 81-56 loss to Tennessee at the Pavilion on Sunday afternoon.
History made. With a strong start and the shooting of Moak Griffin, Heritage Academy raced past Hillcrest Christian 81-52 to claim the MAIS Boys' Overall Tournament Championship at Mississippi College's A.E. Wood Coliseum on Saturday afternoon. The 29-point win is the Patriots' (31-4) first overall tournament championship in school history.
Middle-hitter Mary Virginia "GiGi" Fields signed a scholarship to continue her volleyball career at Birmingham Southern Friday and according to her coach, headmaster and stepmother/former coach, she will be sorely missed at Heritage Academy next year.
In a perfect world, Elgton Jenkins and Shaq Calhoun will wind up on the same NFL team. The two former Mississippi State offensive linemen have grown so comfortable playing alongside each other during more than 40 games, something would be amiss if they were no longer teammates.
With this past month's rainy weather the main topic of conversation in Northeast Mississippi, rain of a different sort fell inside the Yellow Jackets gymnasium Thursday. But it wasn't that of the liquid variety, rather it was an abundance of three-pointers which fell from the rafters -- 22 in all, 11 for each team.
After West Lowndes senior forward Delan Rogers knocked down four 3-pointers and scored 14 first-half points against McAdams Thursday night, Panthers' coach Nick Christy put him on the bench.
It is all about survive and advance. Even though it wasn't pretty, Heritage Academy boys basketball coach Russ Whiteside will take it.
1. Next stop for Columbus fantastic foursome: college hoops HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
2. Borges helps Bulldogs score a repeat SEC tennis title COLLEGE SPORTS
3. Caledonia scores walk-off victory HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
4. Starkville pitcher hits the strike zone HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
5. Dawgs wait on Perry's choice COLLEGE SPORTS