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September 28th, 2014
WEST POINT â€“ United States teams haven't had the best of results in team golf events around the world the last few years.
The American men lost the Ryder Cup for the third straight time Sunday, while the women have lost two Solheim Cups in a row.
East Webster football coach Doug Wilson had a plan for all 26 quarters of non-division competition this season.
He wanted to see the Wolverines improve with each snap of those quarters.
Even though it hasn't been perfect as East Webster lost one of those games, Wilson likes where his team stands.
What do you do when a teammate shows up without the right uniform during the state championship series?
Well if you are Lady Wolverine Jessi Reed, you literally offer her the shirt off your back.
WEST POINT â€“ United States captain Nancy Lopez witnessed some good golf Saturday afternoon.
She saw it especially from her team.
Team USA rallied in the afternoon matches to square the ISPS Handa Cup at Old Waverly Golf Club at 12-12 against Team World entering today's 12 single matches.
It felt a little bit like 1999.
Some of the greatest women's professional golfers of all time have been present the last few days at Old Waverly Golf Club in West Point for competition at the Legend Tour's ISPS Handa Cup.
For some of them, it has been the first time to be at Old Waverly since they participated at the U.S. Women's Open in 1999.
EUPORA â€“ Take a player who is already making an impact in all areas and give her time to improve and the sky will become the limit.
That is exactly what is taking place with Euporaâ€™s Courtney Hatcher.
Ronald McDonald made an appearance at Starkville High School's homecoming festivities on Friday afternoon and he brought a gift.
The face of McDonalds presented the athletic department with a check of $40,000 and Ronald McDonald was also on hand for the ceremonial coin toss between the Yellowjackets and the Columbus Falcons.
Starkville's Avery Brown has been a backup for two seasons, so when he got his first start, he made the most of it.
The junior rushed for a career-high 84 yards and two touchdowns as No. 1 Starkville beat Columbus 43-0 Friday night for homecoming.
EUPORA â€“ The Eupora Eagles entered Friday night's game against the Houston Hilltoppers relatively untested.
Eupora had won each game by an average of 35 points per game. The Eaglesâ€™ defense had earned three shutouts leading into the matchup.
MABEN â€“ Friday evening was all about two different plans of attack for West Oktibbeha and French Camp.
While the Panthers stayed on the ground, the Timberwolves were all about airing it out. In the end, it was the running game that prevailed in the form of a 47-20 French Camp victory.Â