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March 6th, 2012
Players know when theyâ€™re in â€˜the zone.'
Thereâ€™s just the feeling of knowing no matter the situation, they are going to deliver when the chips are down and your team is counting on you the most.
Starkville Academy's Kenny Coats and Michael Temple await with great anticipation for the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools All-Star soccer match on Thursday in Jackson.
MABEN â€“ Ashley Albritton did not get to play soccer for Starkville High School this season due to a knee injury, but she is making up for it with tennis.
There was a time when swimmer Laken Vickers gave up the sport at age 6.
When she returned to competition at age 10, Shockwave Aquatic Swim Team coach Robert P. Gonzalez was sure glad she did.
JACKSON - Thereâ€™s a list of former Mississippi State greats that belong to an elite club in basketball for this state like Jarvis Varnado, Jamont Gordon and Lawrence Roberts.
The coaching era of Sharon Fanning-Otis is over at Mississippi State and the search for the next women's basketball coach has begun.
The Mississippi State baseball team finds itself as the No. 23 team in the nation.
It's just in time to host the Nittany Lions of Penn State for a two-game midweek series today and Wednesday.
OXFORD â€“ The Starkville High School boys' powerlifting team flexed its muscles in the Class 5A North Half State championship at Oxford High School.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs weren't sure a couple of times during Sunday's game with the Lipscomb Bisons that they would be able to get out the broom an keep it out at Dudy Noble Field.
It's all part of the plan for Jessica Cooley and the Mississippi State Bulldogs.