Archive - Aug 2012
Neon Trees, Gloriana and Andy Grammer will headline this yearâs Nov. 2 Bulldog Bash, Mississippi State University Student Association President Shelby Balius announced Friday.
Starkville High School football coach Jamie Mitchell and his staff did not determine until Thursday evening that quarterback-defensive back Gabe Myles, a member of the Starkville Daily News Preseason Top 10 team, would not be able to play against the Madison Central Jaguars because of an ankle injury.
Starkville High School quarterback Gabe Myles will not play in tonight's (Friday's) road game against Madison Central High School.
SHS football coach Jamie Mitchell confirmed that Myles had a sprained ankle, which would keep him out of action.
The Starkville High School volleyball team continued its winning ways and beat Amory Thursday night in three sets.
The Lady Jackets took the match 25-5, 25-8 and 25-8.
Courtney Wilson had seven aces and Michaela Mills had six.
SHS improved its record to 5-3 and have won five straight.
MABEN â The East Webster slowpitch softball team took care of business and improved its record to 7-0.
The Lady Wolverines beat Houston 5-2 Thursday afternoon at Nikki Jones Memorial Field.
Rivalry games are something teams look forward to all year.
For the Starkville Academy Volunteers, they won't have to wait until the end of the season to play a rivalry game.
Starkville Academy plays host to Heritage Academy at 7 p.m., tonight.
The Volunteers are heavy favorites, but head coach Jeff Terrill is not letting that affect him or his team.
By MICHAEL WARDLAW
Mississippi State Universityâs football program is under investigation by the NCAA for possible recruiting irregularities.
Officials from MSU and the NCAA confirmed Thursday that the two organizations are working closely in regard to a lengthy and ongoing recruitment investigation.
The last two seasons the Starkville Yellowjackets lost their season-opening football game to the Noxubee County Tigers.
In those same seasons, the Jackets bounced back the next week for victories.
By MATT CRANE
For Alan Evans, cutting hair just comes naturally.
âI started cutting hair when I was 13 years old,â he said. âI started cutting hair in my momâs kitchen.â
Evans said he was inspired to cut hair after an unpleasant experience in a barberâs chair left him with bad hair cut. He began observing a man his cousin, Donna Jones, was dating at the time.
The Eupora Eagles are playing their second Class A squad in the same number of weeks, but that doesn't mean the competition is lacking.
The Eagles play host to defending Class A State champion Noxapater at 7:30 p.m., tonight.
Eupora head coach Junior Graham is looking for his team to improve on last week and make plays that it didn't make.