Archive - Apr 2014
EUPORA â€“ Rusty Johnson came up big at the dish and on the mound, leading the Eupora Eagles to a 19-2 win over Hollandale Simmons on Thursday during the first round of the Class 2A playoffs.
Johnson reached base three times. He scored two runs and had one RBI. He doubled in the third inning.
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Incoming Starkville Academy Head of School Jeremy Nicholas named Melanie Boyle as the schoolâ€™s next elementary principal Wednesday.
Mississippi Highway Patrol has interviewed multiple persons of interest and sent crime scene evidence to the Mississippi Crime Laboratory for analysis in the investigation of a fatal hit-and-run accident.
Mississippi has changed much since 1991, but Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves wants to point out a statistic that has not changed in relation to one that has.
Paul Ruff is having an affair â€” or at least, his character in Starkville Community Theatreâ€™s next play is.
There are relationships that develop if very much time is spent at all being a part of an athletic team.
Through all of the practices, bus trips and games over the years, it's difficult not to establish a friendship with those who are called teammates.
Four members of the Starkville High School baseball team have experienced such a bond.
Coach Jody Britt may be new to Starkville Academy, but it did not take him long to see he had a special pair of seniors on this yearâ€™s baseball team.
Mississippi State hit a lull two weeks ago after it lost its second-straight Southeastern Conference series.
The Bulldogs lost a home series to Ole Miss a weekend after being swept by LSU on the road.Â
Sam Lenahan has been a part of the Mississippi State softball program for a long time now.
In a career that has brought much satisfaction, Lenahan said the best has come this year.
Going into the final home Southeastern Conference series of the season, the Bulldogs have achieved a 35-15 overall mark and have won the last two conference series over top five competition.
Mississippi State heads into the Southeastern Conference Championship with a good bit of momentum.
The Bulldogs have won their last two appearances in a tournament and hope that carries over this weekend.
MSU starts the SEC Championship Friday at Sea Island Golf Club's Seaside Course on St. Simons Island, Ga. Bulldog head coach Clay Homan feels like his team is in a good place.