Archive - Apr 2012 - Latest Sports
It was a three-peat for the East Oktibbeha boys track team in Pontotoc on Wednesday as it won the Class A, Region 4, District 1 meet.
JACKSON â€“ The Starkville Academy Volunteers improved their record to 7-5 in the South AAA Conference Wednesday with a 2-1 victory against Hillcrest Christian.
Mother Nature forced a change in plans for the Bulldogs but as all good coaches do, Dan Mullen adjusted on the fly moving his team indoors for Tuesday afternoonâ€™s practice session.
Once upon a time, Super Bulldog Weekend was just Super Saturday.
The ninth-ranked Mississippi State menâ€™s tennis team hopes to ride the momentum created from a Southeastern Conference Western Division title and win over in-state rival Ole Miss all the way to champi
Tuesday brought a lot of rain, and forced high school baseball teams to change schedules.
Tonight the annual battle for in-state baseball dominance will take place inside Trustmark Park in Pearl, Miss., as the Bulldogs take on the Rebels in the 2012 Governorâ€™s Cup.
MABEN - John Wofford Williams made the most of his at-bats for the East Webster Wolverines Monday night.
As the leadoff hitter, Williams knows he's going to have some chances to swing the bat.
Wyatt Allen saw some of the best his golf game had to offer and some that wasn't as good for Starkville Academy on Monday.
The East Oktibbeha boys' track team is looking to do something no other squad has done in school history.