Archive - Feb 7, 2014 - Latest Sports
Coach Vic Schaefer has been making strides with the Mississippi State women's basketball program.
On Thursday night, the Bulldogs gave the No. 6 South Carolina Gamecocks all they could handle, but in the end, it wasn't good enough.
The Bulldogs left everything out of the court, but lost a 71-64 decision to Southeastern Conference-leading South Carolina inside Humphrey Coliseum.
Starkville Academy soccer coach Cole Andrews believes he has an improving boys team and that's a comforting feeling going into the stretch run of the season.
The Volunteers took one step closer to a possible postseason spot with an 8-1 victory Thursday over Hillcrest Christian School at the Starkville Sportsplex.
Savannah Lee took a risk as a 7th grader in trying out for the bowling team, but now as one of the Lady Yellowjackets top performers, that risk is paying off.
â€śI didnâ€™t know Starkville had a bowling team and I thought it was interesting so I tried out just to see how good I would be,â€ť Lee said.
Jack Frost may still be nipping at their nose a little bit, but that's not stopping the Mississippi State Bulldogs from hitting the softball field for competition this weekend.
The Bulldogs start the 2014 campaign today with a pair of games.
MSU plays host to Mississippi Valley State and Northern Kentucky in the Bulldog Kickoff Classic with first pitches at 3 and 5:30 p.m. respectively.