Archive - 2014
There are many factors that bring a sense of excitement when it comes to participation in state championship games.
With the thrill of knowing your team has survived a grueling regular season and passed through the gauntlet that is the postseason, it provides fulfillment that can't be beat, but there is one more element that can enhance that excitement.
Vann Stuedeman has finalized her coaching staff for the 2015 season.
On Monday, the fourth-year Bulldog head coach announced the hiring of Samantha Ricketts as the new hitting coach. She will also have game management and recruiting responsibilities. Ricketts has spent the last three seasons at Wichita State.
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees will hold a called meeting at noon Tuesday at the Greensboro Center to respond to the Starkville Board of Aldermenâ€™s resolution asking SSD to return nearly $500,000 in surplus bond money so the city can reprocess the money and give it back to SSD properly.
Before Bill Poe was Jeremiah Dumasâ€™ campaign manager, he was his friend.
It has been quite an amazing two-year run for the Northeast Mississippi Clippers.
After finishing second in the United States Sports Specialty Association 11-Under State tournament, then winning USSSA Global World Series in 2013, the Clippers won the USSSA 12-Under State tournament and the World Series this year.
Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen has always been an advocate of an early signing period.
It was discussed at length at this year's Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin, Fla., but nothing came of it.
One million dollars.
A single amount of money that can make people do some crazy things, but for one lucky participant in the upcoming Starkville Academy Baseball Golf Tournament, the task required will not be that insane.
Benardrick McKinney could have been playing on Sundays this fall instead of Saturdays.
The junior linebacker for the Mississippi State Bulldogs thought long and hard about leaving Starkville and putting his name in the National Football League Draft, but after a long discussion with those close to him, the Tunica native decided to come back for another year.
It looks like there will be a reason to watch several Mississippi State Bulldogs this football season.
Through Thursday, there were a total of seven Bulldogs on 12 different preseason watch lists.
A new face joined the Starkville soccer scene.
After spending the last few years with Coerver Coaching, Mark Farmer has signed on to be the full-time director of coaching for the Starkville Soccer Association.