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December 12th

West Oktibbeha teams split home outings

December 13, 2014

MABEN – West Oktibbeha's girls commanded attention Friday evening on the basketball court.
Led by Shannon Tate with 19 points the Lady Timberwolves knocked off visiting Montgomery County 57-21.

Starkville Christian girls stay close, lose in end

December 13, 2014

PHEBA – The Starkville Christian Lady Cougars stayed in striking distance of the Hebron Christian Lady Eagles early and late in their basketball game on Friday night, but never saw a lead.
Starkville Christian forced a 2-2 tie early in the first quarter, cut a Hebron lead to two points in the second and to one point in the fourth quarter.

December 11th

Triple option of Tech will be tough for MSU

December 11, 2014

College football offenses have morphed into spread, up-tempo, speed-type attacks.
Mississippi State uses a spread offense with a little bit of up-tempo sprinkled in. Head coach Dan Mullen perfected the offense when he was the offensive coordinator at Florida and won two national championships.

MSU rallies to down Louisiana Tech 81-77

December 11, 2014

Dominique Dillingham may have only scored six points for the Mississippi State Bulldogs Thursday night, but her fifth and sixth came at a crucial time against the Louisiana Tech Techsters.
With No. 22 MSU trailing 77-75 with 2:07 remaining to play, Dillingham drove and made a layup to tie the game.

Starkville Academy hangs tough, but drops 52-45 decision

December 11, 2014

Starkville Academy is in the middle of a strong slate of home contests.
On Thursday, the Volunteers played the second of those games with one of the state’s best teams in Jackson Academy coming to town.
While the game was close for the majority of the contest, the Raiders pulled away just slightly in the final moments to claim a 52-45 victory in boys action.

December 10th

Accepting THE CALL: Terrill set to leave Starkville Academy for position as FCA Multi-Area Director

December 10, 2014

Jeff Terrill spent 35 years with the word coach in front of his name. 
Now the time has come for a career move, but as he prepares to hang up his Starkville Academy headset to accept a position with Mississippi's Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the legacy he leaves behind is far more than that of a football X’s and O’s man.

SMITH ON SPORTS: Not many men better than Terrill

December 10, 2014

It has been a pleasure of mine over the last four years to get to know coach Jeff Terrill.
Although we haven't sat down and had many lengthy conversations, I have been around him enough to know there are not very many men better than him.
Terrill has enjoyed success as Starkville Academy football coach and led the Volunteers to a pair of Class AAA, Division II State championship appearances.

Enthusiasm in Starkville impressed Orange Bowl

December 10, 2014

The foundation was laid early in the season for Mississippi State's trip to the Capital One Orange Bowl.
Orange Bowl committee member Shawn Crews attended the Bulldogs' game against Texas A&M on Oct. 4. MSU was fresh off a victory over LSU in Baton Rouge, La., that leapfrogged it into the top 15.
The Bulldogs won that day 48-31.

Recognition continues for Mississippi State football

December 10, 2014

A week after the regular season ended, Mississippi State is still receiving recognition.
Bulldog head coach Dan Mullen was selected as the Athlon Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year. It is the third award that the sixth-year head coach has won this year. 
He was the Associated Press SEC Coach of the Year and the AFCA Region 2 Coach of the Year.

No. 22 ranked Bulldogs host the Lady Techsters

December 10, 2014

Mississippi State basketball coach Vic Schaefer thought early that he had a Top 25 team this season.
When three of his senior starters weren't available at the beginning due to injury, he wasn't sure the Bulldogs would be 8-0 at this point.
Martha Alwal and Kendra Grant are working their way back into the lineup, but Savannah Carter is still out.

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