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February 15th, 2012
COLUMBUS â€“ The Starkville Lady Volunteers don't get in a hurry and they don't look ahead.
Following that plan has been a key to the success for the Lady Vols this season.
COLUMBUS â€“ It wasn't the type of game the Starkville Academy Volunteers needed to have Wednesday afternoon against a top five team in the state.
The Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs are hoping all aspects of the game come together so they can win more basketball games down the stretch of the season.
Starkville High School rocked the Beehive on Tuesday night as they advance in the Mississippi High School Association North Class 5A playoffs with a 77-33 rout of the Lake Cormorant Gators.
OLIVE BRANCH â€“ The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets had a strong comeback in the fourth quarter come up a little bit short as they dropped a 62-58 decision at Center Hill Tuesday night.
CRAWFORD â€“ For the second night in a row, the East Oktibbeha High School gymnasium featured an intense fourth quarter.
MABEN â€“ After getting upset in the regional championship by Houlka, the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves were a determined team in the first round of the North Class A playoffs.
WESSON â€“ The Eupora Eagles lead early, but could not overcome Wesson as they claimed a 72-61 victory.
The opportunity this week presents is something the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers have been working toward since June.
Starkville Academy boys basketball coach Mark Alexander hasn't been the only one to notice that his team has played well down the stretch of the season.