My'Neka Frazier contributed her ninth double-double of the season Sunday, but it wasn't enough as the W fell to Oakwood 70-52.
The Ole Miss women's basketball team fell behind as many as 22 points in the first quarter to Missouri Sunday, digging itself too deep a hole en route to a 71-57 loss in Oxford.
STARKVILLE -- Rivalries are two-sided. At least in Mississippi State coach Vic Schaefer's mind they are. While MSU's annual contests with in-state foe Ole Miss consistently garners attention in Starkville and Oxford, it's the Bulldogs' meetings with Dawn Staley's South Carolina squads that have garnered far more intrigue in recent years.
The developmental atmosphere Vic Schaefer harbors amongst his assistants speaks equally as much to the program's overall success as the Bulldogs' on-court triumphs.
Claire Benson scored twice for the 'Feds, and Jane Claire scored once.
STARKVILLE -- Both Mississippi State's Reggie Perry and Georgia's Anthony Edwards were considered NBA prospects long before Saturday's matchup between their two respective teams.
Ford grabbed 11 rebounds as well to help the Yellow Jackets beat the Tigers in Batesville.
Six Owls reached double digits in the highest-scoring game in program history.
Southern Miss had a one-point halftime lead, but Rice outscored the Eagles 25-14 in the third quarter to pull away.
"I just felt like it was the right place when I went on the visit," McCleskey said of Northeast. "I just knew it was where I wanted to go."
Shortstop Presley Hall, second baseman Drew Brown and catcher/outfielder Cole Ruffin have played baseball with and against each other since they were 4. On Friday, they took their next step together.
Stevenson scored 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Golden Eagles.
Brownlee energized the Trojans with nine straight points between the third and fourth quarters, helping his team to a win over the Falcons.
PHILADELPHIA -- Long before he was the starting shortstop for the Chicago White Sox, Tim Anderson was an unknown high school baseball prospect in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
STARKVILLE -- Terrell Buckley is moving north.
Ashley Mangus had a hat trick for the Blue Waves girls in their 7-0 win.
The East Mississippi Community College basketball teams swept NWCC Thursday night, with the women winning 71-62 and the men picking up a 68-62 victory.
The Columbus girls soccer team took care of business Thursday night, downing West Point 3-0.
STEENS -- Matthew Phillips spun around on one foot in disgust after his attempt at a behind-the-back pass sailed out of bounds near the Columbus Christian Academy bench.
STARKVILLE -- Vic Schaefer scratched his brow.
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