Archive - Feb 2014
It turned out to be too much Self for the Southaven Chargers to deal with on Saturday afternoon.
Dontavious Self scored 19 points and led the Starkville Yellowjackets to a 61-51 victory over Southaven at the Beehive.
The Lady Yellowjackets rose to the challenge Saturday afternoon with a 61-58 victory over Southaven.
MABEN â€“ West Oktibbeha is part of an extremely tough district.
On Saturday evening, the Lady Timberwolves tipped off with one of those opponents in West Lowndes where they lost 44-40.
West Lowndes took control from the very beginning outscoring West Oktibbeha 6-3 in the first period.
Robert Madison Farrar, Jr., 79, passed away on January 28, 2014 at his residence inÂ Starkville,MS.Â He was a Research Forester with the U.S. Forest Service. He received his B.S. Degree with honors fromÂ AuburnÂ University, his Masters fromÂ YaleÂ University, and his Doctorate from theÂ UniversityÂ ofÂ Georgia.Â Â He was an avid outdoorsman.
Success was on the side of the Starkville Academy Volunteers Friday night.
In what some might not have called the prettiest game, the Volunteers defeated Washington School 43-31.
â€śI just thought it was ugly,â€ť Starkville Academy coach Mark Alexander said. â€śIt got to be an ugly game, a Helter Skelter game, and that sort of played a part in it.â€ť