Archive - Sep 2012
PHEBA â€“ Hebron Christian School football coach David Foster presented his team with a plan during the offseason.
He knew in order to have any success this season, there had to be some younger Eagles to contribute and the seniors had to lead.
EUPORA â€“ Junior Graham has been a head coach for 24 years, and in those 24 seasons he has seen several teams start at 4-0.
This year he has his Eupora Eagles off to that record.
The Class 2A Eagles have outscored their opponents 120-45 and have not allowed more than 13 points in a single game.
Eupora's special teams is one of the main reasons it has been able to get off to a hot start.
There's one word that the Mississippi State Bulldogs don't want to have anything to do with this week â€“ letdown.
After defeating the Auburn Tigers 28-10 in its Southeastern Conference opener, it will be easy for overconfidence to set in at MSU. That doesn't need to happen.
The Starkville High School volleyball team is finding its form at the right time in the season.
The Lady Yellowjackets knocked off division foe Callaway 3-0 Tuesday night at the Beehive.
SHS improved its overall record to 11-11 and 2-0 in district play.
"This was a big win," SHS head coach Lauren Love said. "Callaway is athletic and they play a fast-paced match."
MABEN â€“ With the game tied at 8-8 in the bottom of the eighth inning, Madison Flemmings walked to the plate.
She delivered a single up the middle to score Mamie Hollenhead and the East Webster softball team beat Eupora 9-8 in eight innings in district game.
The Lady Wolverines (11-2) entered the bottom of the seventh inning trailing 5-3. Autumn Frost hit a 2-run home run to tie the game.
WEST POINT â€“ Mississippi State remains in fourth placed after two rounds of the inaugural Old Waverly Bulldog Invitational with a 598 team total.
The Lady Bulldogs stand at 22-over par which ranks among the best 36-hole totals in the programs history.
Additionally, State stands just 10 shots behind Southeastern Conference foe Kentucky.
Links to http://www.starkvillemanor.com/.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Leaders in food security gathered at Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Colvard Student Union Monday to discuss the advantages of investing in assistance to developing countries as a means of enhancing United States security.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Within one year of starting her life in America, Meggan Franks saw the country at its best.
By CARL SMITH
Reported cases of human West Nile virus contraction have almost tripled last yearâ€™s reported figures.
Monday, the Mississippi State Department of Health reported 26 new cases of the mosquito-borne virus, bringing the stateâ€™s 2012 total to 140 cases and four confirmed deaths.