January 21st, 2012
WEST POINT â€“ Although it was a low scoring game, Saturday night's regional contest between rivals Oak Hill Academy and Starkville Academy had all the makings of a Greek drama with bragging rights on t
The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers have all of the pieces to make a successful run in the postseason.
MACON â€“ The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets jumped out to a big lead and went on to defeat the Noxubee County Tigerettes 52-39 on the road Saturday night.
CRAWFORD â€“ The West Oktibbeha High School boys' basketball team did one of the unthinkable things in sports Saturday night.
They beat their rival on the road.
The Starkville 9th grade Yellowjackets were down by one point with 2:13 left in Saturday's championship game of the Golden Triangle Conference Tournament finals at the Starkville High School gymnasium
By COLLEEN MCCARTHY
There are nearly 170 criminal cases on the docket for the upcoming circuit term at the Oktibbeha County Courthouse, scheduled to begin on Monday.
By ANGIE CARNATHAN
The Starkville Central Neighborhood Foundation hosted its first Annual Historic Starkvegas 10k/5k, Family Fun Run and Pet Parade last year.
It was only fitting that Friday night's girls game against Pillow Academy ended with a steal by the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers.
The defense displayed by the Lady Vols was instrumental in picking up a 40-25 victory over the Lady Mustangs at the SA gymnasium.
"It was as good a defense as we've played all year," Starkville Academy girls coach Glenn Schmidt said. "I don't think either one of us played particularly well offensively, but I think it's because of pretty good defense."
Senior point guard Anna Prestridge said the Lady Vols did place special emphasis on defense in practice this week.