Archive - Oct 2011 - Latest Sports
A special season for the Starkville High volleyball team came to a rather unceremonious conclusion Saturday.
MABEN â€“ The fight the East Webster Lady Wolverines have showed over the course of the slowpitch softball season responded with one final gasp in the fifth inning Saturday of a 13-3 loss to the Enterpr
RIDGELAND - The resilient Starkville Yellowjackets were at it again Friday night.
Junior quarterback Gabe Myles definitely exhibited that.
As Starkville Academy quarterback Drew Pellum ran backwards Friday night at J.E. Logan Field, the Volunteers cemented the fact that they'll be moving forwards.
NOXAPATER â€” Nobody was more dejected than East Oktibbeha head football coach Randy Brooks Friday night, following his team's 41-18 loss to homestanding Noxapater in a battle of Region 3-1A undefeated
West Oktibbeha unquestionably is a spread-offense, pass-first team. Through its first 6 games, the Wolves averaged 244 yards through the air, proficient for a high school squad.Â
HAMILTON â€“ Eupora lost its first division game this season, but a bigger loss could come out of the 32-6 defeat.
NORTH CARROLLTON â€“ East Webster hit the road to play J.Z. George Friday night, hoping to capture a district win.
The Wolverines got it in a big way.
DURANT â€“ The Ackerman Indians traveled to Durant Friday night hoping to avoid a letdown against a struggling Williams-Sullivan team.
From Staff Reports
McCOMB â€“ Behind much hard work and a little good fortune, the Starkville Academy Junior Volunteers claimed the Class AAA-II South conference championship Thursday night.