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February 8th, 2013
MABEN â€“ Friday night brought a little extra something to the West Oktibbeha gymnasium.
Amidst the basketball action, the Timberwolves took a few moments to honor a few of their own as they celebrated the hard work of their seniors.
First up were the Lady Timberwolves who featured three seniors including Jaslyn Bedford, Victoria Hudson and Raven Evans.
MATHISTON â€“ The love for the game of football is what motivates Austin Cunningham.
That's what made him successful at East Webster High School and it has given him an opportunity to play at the next level with Millsaps College.
Cunningham celebrated his signing with fellow Wolverines, coaches, friends and family Friday morning during a reception at the school library.
The Mississippi State men's basketball team is on the verge of reaching one of its worst losing streaks in program history.
The Bulldogs have currently lost seven-straight games after opening up 2-0 in Southeastern Conference play. They lost nine consecutive games in 1987.
It will be an extra special night for a trio of Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers.
As Anna Lea Little, Maggie Proffitt and Tiffany Huddleston step onto the court tonight, it will be the last time for all three players to compete on the Starkville Academy hardwood.
Matthew Christiansen already knows what to expect tonight.
When Starkville Academy's basketball teams hold senior night, it won't be an entirely knew for Christiansen because he experienced it just a few days ago with the soccer squad.
There were two surprises for the Mississippi State softball team during its season-opener Thursday night.
The first for the Bulldogs was the quality outing delivered by transfer Alison Owens in the circle, but the other was the offense being held to four hits by the South Alabama duo of Farish Beard and Hannah Campbell.
OXFORD â€“ The Mississippi State men's basketball team dug itself a hole that it just couldn't climb out of.
The Bulldogs (7-14, 2-7) fell to the Ole Miss Rebels (18-4, 6-3) 93-75 Wednesday night inside Tad Smith Coliseum.
MSU has now lost seven-straight.Â
It was an eventful day for the Mississippi State coaching staff.
As National Signing Day came to a close, the Bulldogs had put together a top 25 recruiting class.
Mississippi Valley State University can get ready for another Rice on the football field.
At the school where Jerry Rice began to make a name for himself, his nephew looks to do the same thing with the Delta Devils.
Josh Rice, who happens to be a wide receiver, was a one of 10 Starkville Yellowjackets to sign their names to scholarships to continue their football careers Wednesday morning.
There is no doubt in the mind of Starkville Academy soccer coach Robert Gardner that Tiffany Huddleston has the tools to be successful at Mississippi State.
Huddleston signed a national letter of intent Wednesday morning to play soccer for the Bulldogs. She was surrounded by family and friends at the SA media center.