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After sweeping the weekend series with a pair of 3-1 victories against the Texas A&M Aggies, the Bulldogs have now won four-straight conference matches in a single season for the first time. The 2015 MSU team defeated its final three SEC opponents, then started the 2016 league slate with a win.

A week after throwing a career-high 158 yards, Warnock was at his best. He was an efficient 6-of-8 passing for 141 yards and a touchdown and added a career-high 14 carries, 60 yards and three touchdowns. His game against Eupora helped the Wolverines beat down the rival Eagles 42-14.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The game wasn’t without its ups and downs for the Bulldogs but was mostly a dominant effort. In front of a solid maroon contingent, State used a stifling defensive performance and a couple of big pass plays for scores to take home the 45-6 victory over the Commodores.

Starkville met its match when Oxford came to town for the Little Egg Bowl. Losers of six-straight in the series, the Chargers did beat Starkville in the North State championship and did it again on Friday knocking off the Jackets 42-35 at Yellow Jacket Stadium.

After dropping the last three decisions in the Southeastern Conference by one goal, the Bulldog offense came alive with two scores in the final 5 minutes of the outing against the Texas A&M Aggies and secured a 2-1 victory.

Over the years, SHS has seen some great players come through and wear the black and gold of the Yellow Jackets and almost all of them were showing out in games long before they made it to the high school level. The community in Starkville and especially the school puts an emphasis on develop…

MSU turned the ball over three times, they gave up big plays on the defensive side of the ball and gave up seven sacks up front. It was, at the end of the day, the Alabama Crimson Tide but Leach expects more from his group.

It was, perhaps, Kennedy’s game of his life. He carried the load 23 times for 284 yards and two touchdowns, breaking off runs of 48, 58, 34 and 57. The last one sealed the game for the Chargers as he stiff armed a would-be tackler like swatting a fly.

JACKSON – There were no problems for the Starkville Yellow Jackets on their way to an eighth win of the season Friday night.

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SCOOBA – The Lions scored on all of their possessions in the first half and got a running clock going in the second half as they moved to 7-0 this season with a 52-6 win.

Mississippi State offensive lineman Charles Cross believes teammate Scott Lashley will enter Saturday’s game against Alabama with a “little bit of a chip on his shoulders.”

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The University announced in a press release that head coach Nikki McCray-Penson would be stepping down immediately. The University used health reasons as the overriding factor. McCray-Penson is a breast cancer survivor after first being diagnosed in 2013, but there hasn’t been any details re…

The Midsouth Association of Independent Schools selected Montgomery to its All-Star game and she’s taking part today in Ridgeland. Montgomery has been a staple for the Lady Volunteers since she was in junior high and three different coaches and even a program shutdown for a season couldn’t s…

While last season was a step back in terms of postseason play, the team was rebuilding and Howland’s squad pleasantly surprised at times. It’s made expectations sky high in year seven and the coach likes the preparation and mindset of his squad.

Starkville Academy experienced injury and illness in the regular season, then it faced a two-hour weather delay, overtime and a penalty kick shootout to win a 1-0 decision in the first round of the playoffs on Tuesday night.

Two early touchdowns from the Wildcats proved to be critical as the Eagles could never find any offensive room to run against a strong Wildcat front and It dropped a 30-6 decision to Calhoun City.

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In his first year with the Golden Wave last season, Hardin went 6-4 but was 5-2 in Class 6A, Region 1 and was competing for a district championship into the final weekend of the season. His defense was leading the way as Tupelo had just one game in district play in which it gave up more than…

The work Rogers put in earned him SEC co-Offensive Player of the Week honors with Auburn’s Bo Nix, who led the Tigers to a win at LSU for the first time since 1999, and Alabama running back Brian Robinson, who scored four touchdowns against Ole Miss.

When Division II East champion Starkville Academy hosts Bayou Academy in the first round of the Division II playoffs today, head coach John Morgan hopes the Lady Vols will continue to play with the toughness they’ve shown all season.

The Lady Yellow Jackets were charged up from start to finish and swept Kosciusko 3-0 at the Partnership Middle School gymnasium.