STARKVILLE -- Jessika Carter didn't want to be predictable.
It's easy to get excited about Jessika Carter after talking to those who have been close to her for the past four years.
RJ DeLoach knew Anthony Carlyle was serious about basketball from the beginning.
Blayze Berry already has built a name for himself thanks to his exploits on the summer travel ball circuit.
STARKVILLE -- Lake Little loves to run.
STARKVILLE -- Thomas Berkery remembers his last picture day.
STARKVILLE -- Mississippi State and its women's basketball program have reaped unprecedented rewards under the leadership of Vic Schaefer.
Gray Massey has the ability to multi-task.
Dust off the clipboards. Print out the stat sheets. Sharpen the pencils and prepare the rain gear.
The 2018 football season is almost here.
Tom Velek has a new take on a familiar sport, and he would like you and your children to get involved.
If you had asked Maggie Proffitt where she thought she would be to celebrate her 23rd birthday, Ruston, Louisiana, wouldn't have been at the top of her list.
Thank you Gary Henderson.
Thank you Mike Brown, A.J. Gaura, and Trevor Fitts.
Thank you Elijah MacNamee for doing your part to extend the Mississippi State baseball team's 2018 campaign deep into June.
Thomas Berkery jumped at the opportunity to work with Roy Oswalt.
Berkery had been away from catching for a few years when Oswalt, a longtime pitcher with Major League Baseball's Houston Astros, called him and asked him if he would catch him in his bullpen sessions. Oswalt, who was traded from Houston to the Philadelphia Phillies in 2010, was trying to sharpen his skills in an effort to get back into the majors with the Texas Rangers.
Hitting always has been one of Will Golsan's strengths.
Whether it was at New Hope High School in Columbus or at Ole Miss, Golsan displayed a knack for getting a timely hit and reaching base.
The names didn't faze Blayze Berry or Beau Bates.
Berry and Bates also didn't let the schools their opponents had committed to bother them either because they knew they belonged on the same field with some of the nation's top prospects.
CALEDONIA -- James Reed doesn't mind that he was called "old school."
The longtime Caledonia High School teacher/coach also doesn't take offense to being told he is "blunt" in how he talks.
CALEDONIA -- Numbers tell only part of the story about John Wilson.
Whether it was in his office at the Caledonia High School baseball field or the facility's indoor complex, numbers defined Wilson's approach to the game.
On this occasion, the timing appears to be right for Michael Kelly.
After stints as an assistant coach or coordinator at four schools, Kelly is in line to be the next head football coach at Caledonia High School.
If you have watched any college softball or baseball in the last month, it's likely you have seen someone from the Golden Triangle playing a key role for their team.
DJ Sanders never has been one to celebrate her accomplishments.
The former New Hope High School multi-sport standout prefers to hone the skills that have made her one of the nation's best softball players. That's why Sunday was a perfect time for Sanders to relax and to visit with friends, coaches, teammates, and supporters at a going-away bash at the New Hope Community Center.
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