January 16th, 2015
Mississippi State hasn't found Southeastern Conference play kind the last 16 outings.Â
The Bulldogs have lost 16 games in a row against conference opponents during the regular season, which is tied for the longest streak in school history and second longest all-time in the SEC.
The true character of the Starkville High School boys soccer team was on display Friday evening at Yellowjacket Stadium.
Despite being down three goals at the half, the Jackets never threw in the towel. Instead, they continued to play hard and in the end, the game was decided in the final moments with Northwest Rankin picking up the 6-4 victory in Class 6, Region 3.
Starkville High School girls soccer coach Anna Albritton had a good feeling about what her team could do going into Friday's match against the Northwest Rankin Lady Cougars.
When the Lady Cougars jumped out to a 2-0 first half lead, Albritton's hopes faded away.
The Lady Jackets could never get anything going against the visitors and suffered a 3-0 loss at Yellowjackets Stadium.
COLUMBUS â€“ The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets let a halftime lead slip away the last time out.
The last thing head coach Kristie Williams wanted was for it to happen again.
The Lady Jackets nearly let a double-digit second half lead and halftime advantage fall to the wayside, but they stayed composed in a 67-62 victory over rival Columbus in double overtime Friday night.
Coaches are put in a position at times when they have to teach effort first.
That's something that Mississippi State men's basketball coach Rick Ray doesn't have to worry about with Roquez Johnson.
Johnson has been one of the players Ray has been able to count on to give 100 percent on the court.
Ray values the leadership of the senior from Montgomery, Ala.
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To the east of Kroger in Starkville, in the Starkville Crossings shopping center, there is an unbroken string of vacated business spaces.
The backlash against the Starkville Board of Aldermenâ€™s recent decision to repeal the cityâ€™s equality resolution and amend the plus-one insurance coverage option for city employees continued this week.
Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman visited the Starkville Parks Commission during its monthly meeting Thursday to talk about potential changes that may soon be facing the cityâ€™s sometimes troubled Parks and Recreation department.
Mrs. Mary Louise Paster, 67, of Starkville, Mississippi died Friday, January 9, 2015 in Starkville, Mississippi.
Funeral services will Â be held 12:00 P.M., Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Bethâ€™el Missionary Baptist Church, Starkville, Mississippi with Pastor Lee Brand, Officiating.