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May 13th, 2012
Mississippi State softball coach Vann Stuedeman always has wanted to be able to visit Oregon.
She couldn't think of a better time to fulfill that desire than during the NCAA Softball Tournament.
The Starkville Academy baseball team will have to wait a few more days to see if it will win a State championship.
It was like an NCAA Regional atmosphere Thursday night when the Mississippi State softball team played Alabama in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament.
The school's best April on record, a perfect 8-0 mark against in-state competition, a 13-game winning streak against non-conference opponents, a nine-game improvement over last season in the overall w
A trip to Athens, Ga., and the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tennis Championships was on the line Saturday when the Baylor Bears and the Mississippi State Bulldogs got together in second round action of the
Sometimes high school athletes have to wait two or three years for a second chance to play for a state championship and sometimes it doesn't come at all.
PEARL â€“ Kate Mattox made the most of her two events for the Starkville Lady Yellowjackets at the Class 5A State Championship track meet on Friday.
The 9th-ranked Mississippi State menâ€™s tennis team made quick work in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday and look to a test from a much tougher opponent in today's second round.
Kate Mattox is in good position to help the Starkville High School girls' track and field team.
The girls' and the boys' team both compete at the Class 5A State meet today at Pearl High School.
Per Nilsson and his ninth-ranked Mississippi State menâ€™s tennis squad begins NCAA Championship play this afternoon when it hosts the Alcorn State Braves in first round action at the A.J.