SCOOBA — Three scores within two minutes fueled a 35-point second quarter Thursday night as the 11th-ranked East Mississippi Community College football team rolled to
Mississippi State’s offense looks unstoppable at the end of games. Now it’s a matter of extending that to the rest of each contest.
NEW HOPE — In a game with 13 punts, 5 lost fumbles and 4 interceptions, putting together a few good offensive plays even for one
STARKVILLE — Trey Palmer turned around at the 11-yard line to bring the football in, showing the “33” in purple on his chest to the
STARKVILLE — Starkville High School came into Friday night’s game against Madison Central, the second-ranked team in the state, with a 43-game home winning streak
WEST POINT — They talked about the comeback all week. By kickoff of Friday night’s game at Hamblin Stadium, the West Point High School football
MACON — Bouncing back from the loss last week in Starkville, the Louisville High School football team used a methodical and controlling performance to beat
The Bulldogs and Tigers open conference play at Davis Wade Stadium.
The Starkville Academy football team scored 24 consecutive points during the second quarter, then held Winston Academy scoreless during the second half to post a
Quarterback Omari Williams completed five passes for 85 yards on the only touchdown drive of the night and set up a field goal with a
The Green Wave held the Commodores without a first down until late in the third quarter.
Two of the top 10 teams in the AP Mississippi Prep Football Top 10 will open district play in Starkville tonight when second-ranked Madison Central
The Florida native was dismissed by UCF midseason in 2020 and found a home in Starkville.
Road series at Florida and Alabama highlight the 2022 Southeastern Conference slate for the Mississippi State softball team. The SEC released its 24-game schedule Thursday
Over the past two seasons, the Columbus High School football team has posted a record of 6-15. Two of those wins have come against New
STARKVILLE — Asked if he was happy about giving up only 17 points on defense to Memphis, the nation’s leading offensive team heading into Saturday’s
Frustrating was the operative word Wednesday after the Mississippi University for Women women’s soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to Huntingdon College at Lowndes County
They were at home. They dominated possession. Their leading scorer recorded a goal. Yet, those things did not add up for the Mississippi University for
East Mississippi Community College received national attention for its football program and the Netflix docuseries “Last Chance U,” but it’s still about providing opportunities to
Mississippi State football kicks off Southeastern Conference play at 11 a.m. Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium. The Bulldogs (2-1) will host LSU (2-1) in a