Articles by Scott Walters
STARKVILLE – Heritage Academy freshman Todd Sharp wanted his team to get a quick start.
New Hope High School junior RL Mattix knew he was surrounded by some talented teammates.
STARKVILLE — With the NCAA tournament selection process an inexact science, there are rarely must-win games in early February.
Mississippi University for Women softball coach John Newman was pleased when he was chosen to be the Owls’ second softball coach.
Valentine’s Day week finds several area basketball teams looking for love in postseason play.
STARKVILLE — The Mississippi State men’s basketball team quest to learn how to win a close basketball game at home will extend another week.
While the weekend temperatures may suggest otherwise, game week has arrived for the Heritage Academy baseball team.
Caledonia High School boys’ basketball coach Gary Griffin wanted his team to drive to the basket and to get to the free throw line Thursday night.
The final basket of New Hope High School senior Julia Franks’ career was not a game-winner.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State sophomore Mia Davidson set no personal goals before her first season with the Bulldogs.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State men’s basketball coach Ben Howland earlier labeled the opening part of February as the team’s most difficult stretch.
For the second straight off-season, Columbus High School is in the market for a new football coach.
STARKVILLE — On a night full of big shots, LSU’s Naz Reid made the biggest.
STARKVILLE — Limited suspense did not mean the Mississippi State University football program still did not close out a Top 25 finish on National Signing Day Wednesday.
STARKVILLE — Starkville High School football coach Chris Jones felt like a proud papa Wednesday afternoon.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State men’s basketball coach Ben Howland knows the magnitude of his team’s schedule this week.
He also understands the magnitude of his team’s 81-75 victory against Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford and how it has helped make this week even bigger.
While there is a considerable age gap, New Hope High School junior RL Mattix and eighth-grader LJ Hackman are bonding quickly on the basketball court.
STARKVILLE — In softball circles, most teams begin their seasons with their pitchers projected to be ahead of their of hitters.
The Mississippi State softball team will buck that trend this season.
SCOOBA — East Mississippi Community College freshman Donte Powers knew why his team didn’t win earlier this season at Holmes C.C.
OXFORD — Freshman Reggie Perry is finding his comfort level playing basketball in the Southeastern Conference.