Archive - Nov 15, 2012
The Battle for the Golden Egg between the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Ole Miss Rebels doesn't happen for another week.
Prior to the renewal of that college series on the gridiron, the two towns that those institutions call home have high schools teams that play in the postseason tonight.
Quite a bit has changed in French Camp Academy coach Nathan Wrightâ€™s nine years at the helm, but one thing sticks out for him.
In a repeat of an earlier regular season game, the Eupora Eagles and the Calhoun City Wildcats are set to square off tonight in third round Class 2A gridiron action.
In what is certain to be an electric matchup, the Eagles and Wildcats are set to kickoff at 7 p.m. in Calhoun City.
Bulldog Lanes in Starkville was the site of the season home opener for the Starkville High bowling teams, as the Yellowjackets split 6-6 with opponent Neshoba Central.
â€śI thought our team did good,â€ť SHS bowling coach Jim Philamlee said. â€śI was especially impressed with their attitude about competition.â€ť
The Jackets split their day with the Rockets as each team won three of the six frames.
Starkville High School received word on Thursday that it would once again be a part of the 6A classification, beginning with the 2012-13 school year.
For the last two years, the Yellowjackets have competed athletically in Class 5A and won the All-Sports trophy for that class last year.
In midweek action the Starkville Academy Lady Vols claimed a 46-37 victory over the Jackson Prep Lady Patriots.
â€śWe came out ready to play,â€ť Starkville Academy coach Glenn Schmidt said.
In what was a toughly fought battle, the Lady Vols shot 51.5% as they continued their quest for a perfect season moving their record to 6-0 overall and 1-0 divisionally,
By STEVEN NALLEY
Vel Matthew-Smith is commuting so her patients donâ€™t have to make the drive.
By JEFF AMY
JACKSON â€” Mississippiâ€™s insurance commissioner is going ahead with a state health insurance exchange, over objections from Gov. Phil Bryant, a fellow Republican.
By NATHAN GREGORY
The Mississippi Board of Trustees of Mississippi Public Universities approved a request Thursday from Mississippi State University to add a $50-per-semester capital improvements fee to student tuition beginning in the fall of 2013.
By CARL SMITH
Two additional county supervisors say they are open for meetings to discuss issues that surround Oktibbeha County School Districtâ€™s state takeover, lack of accreditation and potential student transfers to the Starkville School District following District 2 Supervisor Orlando Trainerâ€™s suggestion for such gatherings.