Teaira McCowan and Jazzmun Holmes were sophomores in 2016 when the Mississippi State women's basketball team logged 17,190 miles of non-conference travel.
STARKVILLE -- Vic Schaefer looked perplexed.
CALEDONIA -- Gary Griffin laid the foundation last season.
CALEDONIA -- Shelbi Box wears a captain's band on her left arm with pride.
STARKVILLE -- Teaira McCowan has been a member of enough block parties to know how to use her forefinger.
Moak Griffin just wanted to have fun.
After a marathon of a football season that saw Heritage Academy win a district title, Griffin viewed the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) Senior All-Star game as a way to make new friends and to play the sport he loves one more time.
WEST POINT -- Grayson Easterling already had a nickname prior to his last prep football game.
Danny Carlisle always said he was going to umpire when he was finished coaching baseball.
Genuine. Humorous. Passionate. Driven. Champion.
Those are just some of the words officials, coaches, and friends used Wednesday to describe former Starkville High School baseball coach Danny Carlisle, who died Wednesday morning after a battle with cancer. He was 65.
Three months isn't a large sample size.
By all indications, though, Anriel Howard appears to be fitting in quite nicely with the Mississippi State women's basketball team
Two years ago, Jason Trufant had a vision for the Mississippi University for Women's return to intercollegiate athletics.
CALEDONIA -- Nolan Blakney has found a home as a defender.
STARKVILLE -- The mention of a top-10 matchup catches your attention.
It didn't matter if it was in the first or the fourth quarter, Mississippi University for Women's women's basketball coach Howard White Jr. couldn't escape the giveaways.
Consider the first six games an appetizer.
Howard White Jr. likes what he sees on the court.
STARKVILLE -- Don't put it past Jordan Danberry to attempt a trick shot.
STARKVILLE -- Bre'Amber's bloody left eye and the black and blue under it have healed nicely.
The naysayers are still out there.
Back-to-back trips to the national title games have done little to dissuade everyone from buying into the fact the Mississippi State women's basketball program is here to stay.
STARKVILLE -- Chloe Bibby is seizing the opportunity to play a bigger role on the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
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