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April 18th, 2012
Mississippi State is a special place for the Bradford family.
Jalen Steele took the podium Wednesday afternoon as the new face of Mississippi State basketball and ensured Mississippi State fans there is a new brand of basketball on the way.
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.