Knicks say former player Anthony Mason has died

By Rick Freeman AP Sports Writer NEW YORK – Anthony Mason, the rugged power forward who was a defensive force in the NBA from the 1990s...

By Brandon Speck Daily Journal Every match now in the state basketball tournament is a “Loser Leaves Town” bout. For Booneville, being a loser in November is a big reason the Lady Devils are still in the ring. “We lost the first game of the year and it made a big difference in us,” Booneville […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – At 6-foot-11, 215-pounds, Fallou Ndoye already had the size to play in the SEC when he signed with Mississippi State in the fall of 2012. However, the strides that Ndoye has made in his overall game the past two years have made the Senegal native a valuable asset […]

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Fishing with the live bait gamefish would be eating anyway is a hard tactic to beat. This red grouper had already been on the feed.

By Kevin Tate Outdoors Writer There may be as many different lure options on the market as there are fish in the sea and a well-stocked tackle box should hold a good sample of them all. But when it comes to reliably provoking lots of strikes and keeping the reels in action, nothing beats live […]

The Old Man looked through the single pane window, his breath turning to fog even on the inside. Across the room, a fire danced in the wood stove and rumbled up the flue. Together we watched through frosted glass as bare pecan limbs switched against the breeze. School had let out at midday ahead of […]

By Gene Phelps Daily Journal The first-round games of the MHSAA girls and boys state basketball playoffs postponed this week because of Winter Storm Remus are expected to be played today and Friday. An MHSAA official said earlier this week schools should play games when they can and when it’s safe for teams to travel. […]

By John Davis Oxford Citizen OXFORD – Georgia’s hex over Ole Miss on the hardwood continued Wednesday night at the same time the Rebels continued to struggle at Tad Smith Coliseum. Needing a win to stay in the hunt to make the NCAA Tournament, the visiting Bulldogs defeated the Rebels 76-72. The victory earned Georgia […]

By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Any ideas of Mississippi State ending top-ranked Kentucky’s 27-game winning streak the way it did in 1996 were short-lived on Wednesday night. The Wildcats turned a slim four-point lead early in the second half into a 74-56 blowout inside a snow covered Humphrey Coliseum. UK went on a […]


By Logan Lowery Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State is actively searching for a way to keep Johnny Zuppardo around for another year. The junior forward has missed the entire season with a torn left meniscus and ACL and will have only have one year of eligibility left unless the Bulldogs can find another loophole. […]

By Gene Phelps and Brandon Speck Daily Journal Belmont’s Lady Cardinals have spent time in the gym this week practicing, but unfortunately, not playing games. Their coach, Chris Higginbottom – like a lot of other basketball coaches around the state – can blame Winter Storm Remus for the delays of their postseason games. Belmont was […]