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Bassfield has been a dominating force in Class 2A the last few years.
The Yellowjackets made sure the entire state of Mississippi took notice of that fact again on Friday afternoon.
Bassfield beat Calhoun City 60-35 in the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 2A State Championship during the Gridiron Classic at Davis Wade Stadium.
It didn't take the Cathedral Green Wave long to find out that it was going to be a good day at Mississippi State's Davis Wade Stadium.
When Jadarius Anderson returned the opening kickoff 74 yards to set up the first touchdown of the game against the St. Aloysius Flashes, the Green Wave had the situation in hand early.
A power outage and severe weather was the story Friday evening, not football, as the Class 6A football State Championship game between Oak Grove and South Panola was delayed until Sunday.
Mississippi State hasn't found much success on the road as of late.
The Bulldogs have lost 17 in a row away from home and look to snap that streak today.
MSU (5-1) travels to New Orleans, La., to face off against Tulane (6-1). Tipoff is set for 1 p.m.
SCOOBA â€“ Quarterbacks have thrived in the offensive system of the East Mississippi Community College Lions the past seven years under coach Buddy Stephens.
Whether it has been Bo Wallace, Dontreal Pruitt, or former Starkville High School signal callers Jaquez Johnson and Brad Henderson, players usually have found success when stepping behind the center lately for the Lions.
Elijah Staley has made an appearance on the basketball court Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray said on Thursday.
One of the quarterbacks for the Bulldogs has practiced two times with the basketball team as football is in a holding period with a bowl game announcement looming.
Welcome to Starkville and the Mississippi High School Activities Association Gridiron Classic.
The officials at the MHSAA and Mississippi State University have worked hard the last several months to make the transition from Jackson's Memorial Stadium to college campuses a smooth one.
If anyone knows what it takes to compete for a state title, it is the Tigers of South Panola
In 1993, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2012, the team brought home the state championship, while in 1996, 1997, 2002 and 2008 the Tigers finished second in the state.
The Oxford Chargers came up just short of the Class 5A State Championship last season, just as they did in 2003.
This year the Chargers find themselves once again as the North State Champions with a date in the title game and you can bet the team is ready for redemption.
No one knows that fact more than Oxfordâ€™s 2014 opponent the Golden Tornadoes of Laurel.
Noxubee County football coach Tyrone Shorter doesn't apologize about playing a tough non-division schedule.
The Tigers started the season by losing a 51-19 decision at Class 6A Starkville, then were beaten by Class 5A West Point 33-19.