Archive - May 2013
Being the new person is not easy, but Bailie Springfield took it all in stride as she assumed her role as pitcher for the East Webster Lady Wolverines.
In fact, the freshman remained cool as a cucumber all season long right up until the end when she stood alongside her teammates to accept the Class 2A State championship medals.
Winning a State championship is no easy task, especially in your first year with a new school.
East Webster coach Lee Berryhill was able to do just that as he took the Lady Wolverines all the way to the Class 2A state championship.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs will face a tough field of Bears at the Starkville Regional this weekend with the capability of pulling off a victory against them.
Looking at the past couple of seasons, the Central Arkansas Bears and the Mercer Bears have beaten the Bulldogs.
The Mississippi State baseball program is full of history, but on Tuesday the 2013 edition made its own history.
A school-record six Bulldogs received postseason Southeastern Conference honors. The list was compiled in a vote by the league's coaches, who were not permitted to vote for their own athletes.
"We are really proud of our guys," MSU head coach John Cohen said.
Jody Britt knows exactly where he wants to take the Starkville Academy baseball program.
The Volunteers have already competed for a State championship two years ago and made another deep run in the postseason this year.
As Britt takes over as SA head coach for the departed Neal Henry, he wants to carry on that success and then some.
To some, itâ€™s an opportunity to enjoy a longer weekend, grill out and relax. However, Capt. Charles C. Moore, commanding officer at the Naval air station in Meridian and keynote speaker at this yearâ€™s Memorial Day ceremony at the Oktibbeha County Courthouse, hopes it will be more than that for every U.S.
The news that Mississippi State University was chosen to host an NCAA regional baseball tournament gave more than just baseball fans something to cheer about. Itâ€™s a move that could prove very beneficial to the local economy.
There was a ton of excitement for the Mississippi State baseball team on Sunday, but Monday held a different kind of excitement.
The No. 18 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs (43-17) found out Sunday that they were going to be hosting the 12th regional in the history of the school and the first since 2003.Â
Many teams don't want to head into the NCAA Tournament with an eight-run loss weighing over it.
For the No. 18 (Collegiate Baseball) Mississippi State Bulldogs, that's exactly what they have to do.
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