March 23rd, 2011
There's a reason Tavaris Tate has a bigger smile on his face than normal this week.
For the first time in his track career, the Mississippi State sophomore sprinter gets to perform in his hometown.
Mississippi State has added to its nationally ranked 2011 recruiting class with a verbal commitment from a rising forward from Alabama.
Starkville Christian softball coach Greg Carlisle was glad to see the sun shining and the field dry for a Tuesday afternoon practice at the Starkville Sportsplex.
It could have been very easy for the Mississippi State Bulldogs to say to themselves "what's the use" after being shutout by the Vanderbilt Commodores in the first two games of last weekend's Southeas
It's pretty safe to say that fans of the East Webster football program will be keeping a keen eye on the happenings at Holmes Community College in the fall.
In the first district game of the 2011 season, Columbus High School went into a rivals environment and won with underclassmen.
MABEN â€“ East Webster head baseball coach Wes Johnson knows his team can't afford too many performances like Tuesday night's against Hatley if the Wolverines are to hang around in Class 2A, Region 2.
By GWEN SISSON
Bitter battles have been fought over how much bulger goes in the Tabooli.
St. Patrickâ€™s Day was held last week, did you remember to wear your green?
This is my third spring here in Mississippi and I have to admit I havenâ€™t quite gotten my head around it.
Itâ€™s like constitutional reform, progressing in fits and starts.