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May 11th, 2015

Wolverines begin North 2A title set

May 11, 2015

Athletes at East Webster High School start young with a bat, ball and glove in hand.
A few years later, success usually follows.
As the Lady Wolverines prepare for a state softball championship series, their fellow classmates on the baseball diamond are two wins away from joining them.
The Wolverines come into tonight’s baseball matchup with Hatley in a familiar situation.

Vols show progress during season

May 11, 2015

The Starkville Academy Volunteers showed tremendous progress during the 2015 baseball season.
In his second season with the program, coach Jody Britt saw a 14-game improvement from the Vols in one year.
Starkville Academy went from winning nine games in 2014 to getting 23 this year. The Vols finished with a 23-11 record.

Faulk joins SDN staff

May 11, 2015

Robbie Faulk has joined the Starkville Daily News sports staff as the high school beat writer.
Faulk is a December 2013 graduate of Mississippi State University with a degree in Communication and has since gained experience as a writer of college and high school sports.

MSU's Rea picked as finalist for the C Spire Ferriss Trophy

May 11, 2015

Wes Rea's senior season at Mississippi State has been a step up from his junior campaign.
The first baseman was recognized for it on Monday.
Rea was one of five finalists for the C Spire Ferriss Trophy, presented annually to the most outstanding college baseball player in Mississippi.

May 10th

Bulldogs make NCAA Tourney for fourth-consecutive season

May 10, 2015

Mississippi State softball coach Vann Stuedeman made it four-for-four on Sunday night.
During the NCAA Softball Selection Show on ESPNU, the Bulldogs learned that they were going to be playing in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth-consecutive season under Stuedeman's leadership.

MSU softball offense shows power under Ricketts

May 10, 2015

The Mississippi State Bulldogs broke the school home run record this season.
With 52 home runs as a team, MSU has produced the power numbers.
One person that has been a big part of the Bulldogs' improvement on offense this season has been hitting coach Samantha Ricketts.

Mississippi State coach takes blame for losses

May 10, 2015

Mississippi State's inability to close out a game nearly cost it a win on May 2.
It did on Saturday in Oxford though.
The Bulldogs were able to overcome a ninth inning rally by LSU two Saturdays ago and win in the 12th inning. MSU wasn't able to overcome a five-run ninth inning rally by Ole Miss this past Saturday.

May is National Moving Month

May 10, 2015

Along with spring graduation at Mississippi State University, the month of May also has students moving out of campus residences.
“We have roughly 4,500 students that live on campus,” said Dr. Bill Broyles, interim vice president of student affairs. “Everyone has to move out this weekend.”

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SPD to host ‘Coffee with a  Cop’ at 929

May 10, 2015

The Starkville Police Department will host its first Coffee with a Cop event from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Thursday at 929 Coffee at 106 E. Main Street.
Sgt. Freddie Bardley said several officers will be available to meet with anyone in the community to answer questions or address concerns. Coffee with a Cop is part of the department’s ongoing effort to strengthen its ties with the community.

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Mullenax helps keep Starkville looking good

May 10, 2015

When Richard Mullenax began to notice the amount of trash in Starkville, it would have been easy to complain about the issue but ultimately do nothing about it.
But that’s not what Mullenax did. The retired Mississippi State University horticulture professor joined forces with another retiree to do something beneficial to themselves and the community.

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