MACON -- Staying humble is important to Armoni Clark.
STARKVILLE -- Vic Schaefer believes in Teaira McCowan.
Johnny Stokes didn't intend to get himself a birthday present Sunday.
Richard Parker used to live in the New Hope community, so he knows about the generosity and the hospitality in the Golden Triangle.
JACKSON -- The Starkville Academy football team's 2017 championship season will forever have a myth associated with it.
MACON -- Green space is an offensive lineman's dream.
On every snap, the goal of a tackle, guard, or center is to finish or to hold a block long enough so a running back or quarterback can slip through a hole and take off.
STARKVILLE -- Hard work pays off.
STARKVILLE -- Roshunda Johnson didn't catch the Pop-Up Video that included anecdotes and highlights of her career at Mississippi State that was shown Sunday on the video board at Humphrey Coliseum.
STARKVILLE -- Joye-Lee McNelis heard the whispers.
Coaches, like in any profession, talk about their peers, so the Southern Mississippi women's basketball coach was curious to see if some in her business were right when they said Mississippi State wouldn't be as strong after losing four key players from a program-record 34-win season and a trip to the national title game.
McNelis saw an effort Sunday that should put all of that talk to rest.
Anthony Carlyle is jumping right into the mix in his first season as boys basketball coach at Columbus High School.
After rallying for a victory against Starkville on Tuesday, Columbus will turn its focus to the national scene when it takes on nationally ranked Memphis East at 7:30 tonight in the MLK Classic at Hamilton High in Hamilton, Tennessee.
JACKSON -- Trust has been the bedrock upon which Chase Nicholson has fortified the Starkville Academy football program.
JACKSON -- Brad Butler knew his defense wasn't a finished product in week three.
MACON -- "Crazy horse" has turned into "lightning."
MACON -- Tyrone Shorter knows there is a lot more to coaching than just Xs and Os.
The things coaches have to handle often increase in a small community like Noxubee County, where fans who follow the high school have plenty to say about the football team every week.
STARKVILLE -- "No block, no rock."
That statement isn't visible anywhere in a common area in the Starkville Academy football team's locker room. But just because that mantra isn't posted on a wall or a dry erase board, that doesn't mean the Volunteers don't take it to heart.
STARKVILLE -- Blair Schaefer has earned the moniker "shooter."
You'll hear opposing coaches or players shout it out as the 5-foot-7 senior guard sprints from wing to wing, probing for an opening in a defense. For Schaefer, that "window" to get her shot off might be a little smaller, but she has spent hours perfecting a quick release that allows her to be effective against taller or quicker defenders.
WEST POINT -- Chris Chambless has had a relatively uneventful season.
Through 12 games, the West Point High School football coach hasn't had to throw any water coolers or try to put his hand through a wall at halftime in an effort to fire up his players.
STARKVILLE -- Morgan William had one of the best stat lines Friday in the Mississippi State women's basketball team's season opener.
Robert Woodard II handled the first order of business with ease.
STARKVILLE -- Taylor Arnold doesn't have a signature pose -- yet.
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