Archive - Aug 29, 2013
Tonight's football menu at Starkville High School comes with a little bit of egg.
The clash between the Starkville Yellowjackets and the Oxford Chargers has been given the title of Little Egg Bowl and there will be a trophy awarded to the winner.
Jeff Terrill doesn't like to put more emphasis on any particular game on the schedule, but today's game may be the exception.
The Starkville Academy head coach leads his Volunteers against the East Rankin Academy Patriots at Volunteer Stadium at 7 p.m.
The Volunteers (0-1) are coming off a loss to Lamar School and the Patriots (0-1) are coming off a loss to Central Hinds Academy at home.
There won't be mirrors on each sideline in Eupora tonight.
When the Eupora Eagles and French Camp Panthers look across the field, it might appear that way.
The two teams that played for state championships last season have some similarities.
Jenny Hazelwood starts her fifth season at Mississippi State today with a very young team.
There are several questions that will have to be answered, and the former Bulldog volleyball player will be using this weekend as a test for her young team.
Kayla Mosley decided to shake things up Thursday afternoon with her the lineup.
The Starkville Academy head coach moved Karlie Lockhart to catcher and put Maridee Higginbotham in the circle in her stead.
Although the change wasn't immediately seen in a 12-2 five-inning loss to the Lady Vikings of Central Academy, it will help in the long run.
Sudduth Elementary is offering a new way for fathers to get involved in childrenâs school days.
This evening, the school will host a launch event for the Watch DOGS (Dads of Great Students) program. The school will hold the event at 6 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
Starkville optometrist Amy Crigler says there are three times children should get their eyes examined before they start school: once right before they start, once when they are 3 years old and once between the ages of six and 12 months.
For many college students, mealtime involves university dining halls or something equivalent to Ramen noodles, but Michelle Tehan, âthe biscuit lady,â is trying to change that.