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COLUMBUS â€“ Playing for a cause was the theme of a golf tournament Saturday at Elm Lake.
Around five years ago, Lyndsi Hill tragically lost her life in a car wreck. It did not take long for her former fellow employees at Mugshots to begin celebrating Hillâ€™s life.
The Mississippi State baseball program lost a tremendous friend and supporter last week with the death of Don Permenter.
Permenter has a special love and a passion for the Bulldogs, and that was usually sent right back in his direction. He was a good man.
Before Kaleb Eulls stepped on the Mississippi State campus, he had already made headlines.
The junior defensive lineman became a hero on a school bus while in high school. Eulls, who played high school football at Yazoo County High School, tackled a girl who pulled out a gun on a school bus.
Eulls' story became national news, as he saved several kids on the school bus from the girl.Â
GULF SHORES, Ala. â€“ The stay for the Longhorns Baseball team at the United States Sports Specialty 10-year-old World Series ended on Saturday with a 6-1 loss to Mississippi Force.
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SOUTHAVEN â€“ The Starkville American All-Stars will be playing for their World Series lives today after splitting a pair of games on Saturday.
The preseason hype for Tyler Russell keeps stacking up.
The Mississippi State senior quarterback was recognized again on Friday. This time by the Walter Camp Foundation.
Russell was selected to the Walter Camp Award watch list, given annually to the nation's most outstanding college football player.
Joe MorrowÂ has been competing in sanctioned powerlifting for nine years. On Saturday, July 13, he put it all on the line as he competed in the USA Powerlifting Region VI Powerlifting Championships which took place in Ridgeland.
It's important to Starkville High School bowling coach Jim Philamlee to maintain a strong program.
The Yellowjackets have competed at the State Bowling championship tournament the last two years, so there is momentum in the sport moving forward.
World Series action is underway in Southaven and Starkville Americans came out of the gate swinging.
In their very first appearance of Dizzy Dean World Series pool play the 8-year-old All-Stars picked up a victory as they shut out Chattanooga 16-0.
GULF SHORES, Ala. â€“ Longhorns Baseball lost a tough 2-1 decision on Friday to Team Mizuno Houston (Texas) of the Major league at the United States Sports Specialty 10-year-old World Series.
Mizuno Houston scored the winning run in the final inning on a balk call by the umpire.