Archive - Sep 2013
HOUSTON â€“ Coach Doug Wilson knows the East Webster Wolverines have a tough division schedule lying ahead. That is why the coach feels â€śfortunateâ€ť his team has already faced some strong competition and now stands at 4-0.
The Wolverines defeated the Houston Hilltoppers on the road 21-13 Friday night.
Kimmy Gardiner may be young and inexperienced, but that hasn't stopped her from making a huge impact at Mississippi State.
The Bulldog freshman opposite hitter recorded her fifth-straight double-double Friday afternoon as MSU went on to a 3-0 sweep of Niagara in the first match of the Bulldog Invitational at the Newell-Grissom Building.
There are no failing schools in Oktibbeha County.
The Mississippi Department of Education released its school accountability results for the 2012-13 school year today.
Mississippi State University reported an attempted abduction late Wednesday night through its Maroon Alert messaging system.
Henry Isaac has spent 60 of his 74 years working for Mississippi State University. Thursday, the Mississippi State dining program honored Isaac for his 60 years of service to the school.
Starkville High School head football coach Jamie Mitchell is a man on a mission.
Frustrated by the way the Yellowjackets have played the last two weeks, Mitchell is determined to find out what the problems are and fix those.
The inability to stop offenses the last two weeks has Mitchell the most concerned.
Games are starting to count for the Starkville Academy Volunteers.
The team will take the field tonight for its first Division II game which coach Jeff Terrill says â€ścarries more weightâ€ť than previous games.
The county schools from Oktibbeha County start getting in on the football fun tonight.
After having the first three weeks off, the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves and East Oktibbeha Titans will be taking the field for the first time this season. Both are on the road.
MERIDIAN â€“ The Hebron Christian Eagles got a very good outing from their running game and the defense earned its first shutout of the season in getting a 46-0 road victory over Calvary Christian Thursday night.
Hebron (2-2) had 37
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The Starkville 8th grade football team was looking for a big play in the closing minute of Thursday afternoon's game against Tupelo at home.
With the score tied at 6-6 and overtime a possibility, Starkville had the football on the 46-yard line.
That's when Jacket 8th grade coach Steve Denson pulled a play out of the book that's seldom used to get in a position to score.