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March 6th, 2013
Soccer season may be over, but a quartet of Starkville Academy athletes will be suiting up one more time.
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The No. 5 (Collegiate Baseball) Bulldogs shook off a slow start to beat Mississippi Valley State 14-2 Tuesday night at Dudy Noble Field.
On Tuesday evening, SBA began the quest to getting Starkvilleâ€™s youth back outside.
MSU and Alabama tip off action at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga., at 5 p.m.
Mississippi State women's coach Vic Schaefer must be forgiven if he checked twice that Candace Foster was on the bus for Duluth, Ga.
He just doesn't want to enter any competitive situation like the Southeastern Conference Tournament without the junior guard being around.
The Mississippi State men's basketball team has seen a boost in its confidence.
The Bulldogs snapped a 13-game losing streak by beating in-state rival Ole Miss last Saturday.Â
A great community is important to Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen.
In his mind, the key to success locally is to make changes in a positive direction.
That was the message Mullen delivered in an address to the Starkville Rotary Club Monday at the Starkville Country Club.
Last fall, D'Angelo Cherry was unsure if his track and field career at Mississippi State was over or not.
He trained anyway and got a big surprise before he went home for the holidays.
The Mississippi State men's basketball team was on track to finish 14th in the Southeastern Conference and enter the conference tournament with the lowest seed.
The wind was blowing in the face of Starkville Academy pitcher Hunter Bolin during his entire outing on Monday afternoon.
It didn't keep him from blowing pitches by the Presbyterian Christian School batters.
Bolin struck out 14 and only walked three as the Volunteers defeated the Bobcats 5-2 at home.