STARKVILLE -- Challenges don't faze MaKayla Waldner.
WEST POINT -- Jonah Caskey and Ash Cullum know they don't have blazing speed.
But the junior running back and senior quarterback make up for what they might lack in one area with persistence and shiftiness that help them make the Oak Hill Academy football team go.
Sean Harrison wishes he had a better story.
MACON -- Verdell Clemons' jersey fits a little better this season.
Wade Tackett has wiped the slate clean.
The New Hope High School first-year head football coach took notes while he reviewed the film from his team's 33-7 loss to Columbus in the New Hope Jamboree at Mississippi State last Friday. Tackett saw plenty of positives despite the score and several areas to clean up prior to his team's season opener at 7 p.m. Friday against Forest.
MACON -- Tyrone Shorter can't recall the record, but he knows there have been countless members of the Noxubee County High School football team's defense who have competed for the highest single-season sack total.
STARKVILLE -- The "little things" stand out to Teddy Young.
Those details helped Termarcus Conner find Young, Patrick Patterson, or Vincent Sanders for big gains in the Noxubee County High School football team's 2008 state championship season.
STARKVILLE -- Julie Darty isn't going to make excuses.
MACON -- Ja'Qualyn Smith is trying to pack on the pounds.
STARKVILLE -- Tom Anagnost isn't speaking in code when he uses words like "strong mentality."
Anna Acker and Haley Barker are impressed.
The Heritage Academy seniors had high hopes for their final seasons with the school's girls soccer team, especially after falling just short of making the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) playoffs in 2017.
Mary Nagy taught hundreds of students the meaning of the word synonym in her time as an elementary school teacher at New Hope School.
STARKVILLE -- Tyrone Shorter was in mid-season form Friday night.
The only thing missing from the Noxubee County High School football team's 17-0 victory against Greenwood in the Louisville Jamboree at Starkville High was Shorter's traditional sweater vest. The Tigers' veteran coach eschewed his usual wardrobe for a blue pullover on what turned out to be a seasonable evening without rain.
The chemistry continues to grow for the Caledonia High School volleyball team.
Buoyed by two victories Friday in the opening day of the Set It Off Challenge at Ridgeland High, Caledonia built on that effort with three more wins Saturday to win a team title at the event for the third-straight season.
MACON -- Keymarcus Jackson isn't one to shy away from a challenge.
That's why Jackson fits right in with the other 18 seniors on the 2018 Noxubee County High School football team. Armed with their new, Tiger blue T-shirts that say, "New Beginning, Same Ending," the Tigers are primed to get back to the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 4A State title game and win the program's sixth championship, and fourth in the last five years.
Monday marked the start of Kelly Combs' journey down a familiar road.
STARKVILLE -- Patty Espinoza remembers when her daughter, Andra, wasn't interested in basketball.
STARKVILLE -- Carly Mauldin spent nearly all of the summer putting herself in uncomfortable situations.
CALEDONIA -- Camryn Johnson feels the need for speed.
Rebounding drills should be plenty of fun for the Mississippi State women's basketball team this season.
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