Coahoma Community College had 368 yards of total offense including 230 passing yards and 138 rushing yards in last week’s 35-24 loss to Northwest Mississippi. Tonight the Tigers visit East Mississippi, a team that relies on the rush and averages 150 yards a game. Head football coach Steven Miller is proud of Coahoma’s effort last week and hopes his team brings that same effort against the top team in the nation. Kickoff is set for 7PM in Scooba, Mississippi.
Coahoma Early College head football coach Jeremiah Brassell says the game got away from his team in the second quarter Friday night as Water Valley scored 30 unanswered points and added 11 more in the second half to win 41-0. Brassell says an ineffective offensive line, plus injuries to quarterback Willie Eagins and cornerback Demarco Williams, were factors in to the Tigers third straight loss; they have been outscored 153-12 by division opponents but still have a chance to make the state 3A playoffs by winning their next two games, at Holly Springs on Friday night and at Independence on October 26th.
The Lee Colts scored in every quarter and defeated the Kirk Academy Raiders on Friday night. Fourth string quarterback Hays Clegg kept the ball on the ground for much of the game but connected on six passes to lead the Colt offense; after spending several weeks on the injured list Crawford Allen returned to the lineup and helped Lee shut Kirk out for the fourth straight week. Junior Michael Basha scored on four of five extra point attempts in the 34-0 win as Lee qualifies for the playoffs for the second year in a row. The Colts finish the regular season at Indianola next Friday night.
Senior quarterback Cameron Matthews had 3 touchdowns as Clarksdale defeated Gentry 56-14 Thursday night at Crumpton Field. The Rams defense ran two fumbles back for touchdowns in the first half but the offense only had three first downs in the entire contest. With the victory Clarksdale punches their ticket to the state football playoffs for the sixth consecutive year; the Wildcats will celebrate homecoming next Friday as Tunica’s Rosa Fort High School comes to town and will close the regular season at Greenwood on October 26th.
The Lee Colts were grateful for an off week which allowed some of their injured players to recover. Crawford Allen, Tripp Dulaney and Jackson Young may appear in Friday’s game but fourth-string quarterback Hayes Clegg will start as Brett Wilson, Evan Watts and Luke Crumpton remain on the injured list.
Kirk Academy has lost 6 straight and has been shut out three weeks in a row but the Raider team the Colts will face will likely have a large number of freshmen on the active roster. It will be homecoming AND senior night at Colts Stadium; pregame coverage will begin at 6:35, video of the game will stream live at WROXRadio.com and audio of the game will be broadcast on 97.5 FM and AM 1450.
Injuries have taken a toll on the Coahoma Early College Tigers, but head football coach Jeremiah Brassell hopes some of his key players can return soon. The team has shuffled personnel as all three running backs are banged up, although Chris Russell may be cleared to play Friday night. He says the Tigers need to get healthy to finish the season, describing this part of their schedule as “murderer’s row”. After blowout losses to North Panola and Palmer their opponent this week is the 7-and-1 Water Valley Blue Devils. Brassell calls them a “power team” and expects them to run straight at Coahoma Early College when the two schools meet at James Miller Stadium on Friday at 7PM.
After losing 60-6 at Palmer last week, Coahoma Early College suffered another lopsided loss on Friday. The Tigers fell 52-6 to North Panola, dropping to 4-and-4 overall. Coahoma Early College will be looking for their first win over a division opponent when Water Valley comes to James Miller stadium next week.
For the second week in a row the Clarksdale Wildcats returned the opening kickoff for a score and cruised to victory, defeating Coahoma County 49-14 on Friday night. Junior running back Queston Skipper had three touchdowns and senior quarterback Cameron Matthews connected on 9 of 12 passes to lead the Wildcats; senior receiver Markevius Phillips caught two touchdown passes for the Red Panthers. Clarksdale will face the Gentry Rams next Thursday at home while County goes to Leland next Friday night.
After suffering their worst loss of the season at Palmer in Marks last Friday, the Coahoma Early College Tigers hope to rebound when they host the North Panola Cougars tomorrow night at James Miller Stadium on the campus of Coahoma Community College. North Panola is 5-and-1 overall and brings a three-game winning streak to tomorrow night’s game.
A crowd of more than 10,000 fans is expected this weekend for homecoming at Coahoma Community College. When CCC and Hinds Community College kick off at 2:30PM Saturday it will be the first meeting between the Tigers and Eagles since 2013, when Hinds defeated Coahoma 55-20 in Clarksdale. Coahoma Head Coach Steven Miller is looking for growth from his team, which is without a win this season and coming off a heartbreaking 27-26 loss last week at Mississippi Delta.
Still missing six starters, the Lee Colts won 22-7 Friday night at Macon Road Baptist in Memphis. It’s the second time in two years that Lee has defeated Macon Road Baptist; they also won last year’s game in Clarksdale 25-13. The Colts, now 3-and-4 on the season, have a week off before facing Kirk at home on October 13th. Backup quarterback Evan Watts is out for the season but coach Rick Johnston hopes his starter Brett Wilson can return for that game, as well as Crawford Allen, Owen Williams, Jackson Young and Tripp Dulaney.
Coahoma Community College had a 6 point lead but a “Hail Mary” pass in the final four seconds gave the Mississippi Delta Trojans a 27-26 victory Thursday night in Moorhead. The Tigers had 260 yards of total (142 rushing and 118 passing yards). Quarterback Myron Norfleet led CCC with 15 of 33 passes for 118 yards, six carries for 45 yards and four touchdowns. The Tigers will be looking for their first win of the season on Saturday, October 6th when they host Hinds Community College for homecoming; kickoff will be at 2:30PM at James E. Miller Stadium on the campus of Coahoma Community College.
With their offense and defense firing on all cylinders, the Clarksdale Wildcats defeated Yazoo City Friday night. Junior running back Queston Skipper returned the opening kickoff 75 yards for a touchdown and Clarksdale never looked back, scoring a 46-24 win on the road. Clarksdale is now 1-and-0 in division play and will face Coahoma County next Friday in a non-conference game at Crumpton Field, the first time in recent memory that the Wildcats and Red Panthers have met in football.
After a 41-0 loss to Washington last week, the Lee Colts hope to level their record at 3-and-3 tonight when they visit Macon Road Baptist in Memphis...but they’ll need to do it without six starters. Crawford Allen, Jackson Young and Tripp Delaney will not play tonight and neither will tackle Owen Williamson. Wide receiver Evan Watts is out for the season with a torn ACL and head coach Rick Johnston does not think quarterback Brett Wilson will play either. He expects Macon Road Baptist to run and hopes his Colts are up to the task of stopping them. The teams kick off at 7PM tonight and the live video stream of the game will be available at WROXRadio.com
Coming off a 49-28 loss to Itawamba, Coahoma Community College faces Mississippi Delta this week. Both teams are without a win this season but the Tigers have beaten the Trojans three straight times including a 44-0 victory last year in Clarksdale. Kickoff is set for 7PM Thursday, September 27th in Moorhead, Mississippi.
Coahoma Early College Coach Jeremiah Brassell was glad to have junior running back Markevious Brown back Friday night at West Bolivar. Brown had 33 carries for 183 yards, more than half of the Tigers rushing yards and will be expected contribute this week as well. Junior quarterback Chris Russell, who has been out with a separated shoulder, could possibly return for this week’s game at Palmer as well. Brassell calls Palmer a dangerous opponent; despite their three game losing streak the Dragons are big with a solid offensive line. He credits his team's success this year to experience gained over the last two seasons. Coahoma Early College visits Palmer in marks Friday night at 7 o'clock.
Coahoma Early College defeated West Bolivar 20-18 Friday night in Rosedale. The Tigers are now 4-and-2 and will open district play Friday night at Palmer High School in Marks.
The Shannon Red Raiders had nearly 400 yards of total offense and handed Clarksdale its third loss of the season Friday night in Shannon. Despite an outstanding performance from junior Queston Skipper, including 74 yards of rushing and a touchdown, the Wildcat defense was unable to stop Shannon and fell 34-15. Clarksdale begins division play next week at Yazoo City.
The Lee Colts lost 41-0 to the Washington Academy Generals Friday night. Lee's record is 2-and-4; the Colts go to Memphis next week to play Macon Road Baptist School.
After a win over Riverside last wek the Coahoma County Red Panthers lost 38-13 to South Delta at Crumpton Field Friday night. The game was marred by the ejection of six County players following a sideline skirmish in the third quarter. One South Delta player was also tossed out. Four of the six ejected Red Panthers were starters and all six, including receiver Markevious Phillips and running back Alshun Ross, will have to sit out Friday's district game at O'Bannon in Greenville. County is now 1-and-5 on the season and first year coach Mario Lane says his team has a "long way to go".
Itawamba ended their losing streak and Coahoma Community College extended theirs as the Indians outscored and outplayed the Tigers in a 49-28 football victory Thursday night at James E. Miller Stadium. Coahoma led 14-7 at one point and one of their biggest offensive games of the season with 503 yards of total offense, 349 passing and 154 rushing. CCC drops to 0-4 and will play Mississippi Delta next Thursday in Moorhead.
Coahoma and Itawamba Community College both hope to end their losing streaks tonight; the Tigers are 0-3 on the season and the Indians have lost two straight. Itawamba outplayed the Tigers 30-14 last year and Coahoma has not tasted victory against Itawamba since 2013 when they defeated the Indians 47-41 in double overtime. The teams kick off at 7PM tonight at James E. Miller Stadium; it will be Teacher Appreciation Night in honor of the instructors who have helped CCC’s student-athletes.
Coahoma Early College football coach Jeremiah Brassell hopes his team starts quicker this week at West Bolivar than they did last week against Rosa Fort. The Tigers are still without quarterback Chris Russell and running back Malik Burnett will be out for six weeks with a concussion so the offensive load will be carried by wide receiver Thomas Williams Jr. and backup quarterback Willie Eagins. Coach Brassell says the Eagles look fast but are young and haven’t scored a touchdown in five games, a trend that he hopes will continue when the Tigers play at to Rosedale Friday night at 7.
After losing four straight, Coahoma County won their first game of the football season by defeating Avon's Riverside High 25-19 Friday night at Crumpton Field. The Red Panthers clinched the victory with a passing touchdown in the final minute of the game and are now 1-4. This week Coahoma County will host Rolling Fork's South Delta High School.
Junior wide receiver Thomas Williams Jr. scoerd two touchdowns but it wasn't enough as Coahoma Early College fell 45-32 to Rosa Fort on Friday. The loss snapped the Tigers' 3-game winning streak and dropped their record to 3-2. The Lions improved to 2-2. Coahoma Early College travels to Rosedale next week to face the West Bolivar Eagles, who are 0-5.
Cleveland Central took the opening kickoff and scored a first touchdown and 2 point conversion Friday night, but those were the Wolves only points as Clarksdale went on to defeat Cleveland 49-8.
Junior running back Queston Sklpper had three touchdowns and senior linebacker Trejan Latham recovered a fumble and ran 55 yard for a touchdown in the Wildcat victrory. Clarksdale's record is now 2-and-2; they visit Shannon next Friday.
The Lee Colts lost 41-7 at Bayou Academy in Cleveland Friday night. With four players on the injured list Lee entered the game short handed and were smothered by Bayou all night. The Colts travel to Greenville to play Washington next Friday night.
Coahoma Community College hopes to get their first victory of the season as Northeast Mississippi visits Clarksdale for an MACJC North battle Thursday night. CCC took Mississippi Gulf Coast to the limit in a 46-21 loss last week and Northeast is coming off a 21-7 loss to Copiah-Lincoln. Coahoma has not defeated Northeast since a 20-14 overtime victory in 2009 and fell 27-10 at James E. Miller Stadium last year as Northeast Mississippi scored 20 unanswered points in the second half. Head coach Steven Miller says his Tigers need to win their three next division games. Kickoff will be at 6:30PM September 16th in Booneville, Mississippi.
Coach Jeremiah Brassell says his Tigers got off to a slow start last week but made corrections at halftime to beat Coahoma County 28-26. This Friday Coahoma Early College hosts Tunica's Rosa Fort high school; the Lions will have an extra week of rest as their game against Cleveland last week was cancelled due to threatening weather while the Tigers are missing several key players including junior running back Chris Russell, who is out with a dislocated shoulder. Coahoma Early College and Rosa Fort kick off at 7PM Friday at James Miller Stadium on the campus of Coahoma Community College.
After trailing 20-14 at halftime the Coahoma Early College Tigers came from behind to defeat the Coahoma County Red Panthers 28-26 Friday night at James Miller stadium. The victory lifts the Tigers to 3-and-1 on the season and leaves County without a victory. South Delta plays Coahoma County at Crumpton Field next Friday while the Tigers visit West Bolivar next week.
The Clarksdale Wildcats endured another defensive battle but fell to South Panola 19-14 Friday night at Crumpton Field. After trading punts for most of the first half the Tigers scored on a 32 yard touchdown pass late in the second quarter. The Wildcats answered on the next play with a 90-yard kickoff return by junior Queston Skipper to tie the game 6-6 at halftime. In the fourth quarter South Panola capped an 83-yard drive with a touchdown and point after to regain the lead 13-6; Clarksdale quarterback Cameron Matthews answered with a touchdown and 2-point converstion to give the Wildcats a 14-13 lead...but on their next possession South Panola scored again making the score 19-14. The Wildcats visit Cleveland Central next Friday.
Despite having two key players unavailable due to injuries, the Lee Colts ran their record to 2-and-1 Friday by defeating the Cougars of Marianna, Arkansas' Lee Academy. The Colts never trailed, leading 14-0 at halftime on their way to a 21-6 victory. Lee plays division foe Bayou Academy in Cleveland next Friday night.
Lee Academy will be shorthanded when they travel to Marianna, Arkansas tonight to face the Lee Academy Cougars. The Colts will be without junior quarterback Brett Wilson and senior defensive end Crawford Allen; they sustained injuries in last week's 7-0 win over North Delta. Coach Rick Johnston says both positions will be filled by two or three different players until the starters can return to the lineup. Watch live video of the game at WROXRadio.com tonight; kickoff time is 7PM.
Coahoma County won’t have to travel very far for this week’s road game as they will face Coahoma Early College Friday night at James Miller Stadium. The cross town rivalry has overwhelmingly favored the Red Panthers, who won last year 14-10 at Crumpton Field. That was the closest game in recent years; Coahoma County has won every game since 2004 by lopsided scores except 2013, 2014 and 2015 when they were shut out. The Tigers are riding a two-game winning streak while the Red Panthers have lost three in a row. The teams will kick off at 7PM Friday.
Markevius Phillips scored both of Coahoma County's touchdowns in a 28-14 loss at Northside High on Friday. It was the first win of the season for the Gators; Coahoma County coach Mario Lane said Phillips was the only bright spot of the night for his Red Panthers, who are now 0-and-3. and will play Coahoma Early College next Friday night.
The Coahoma Early College Tigers cruised to their second win of the year on Fridaty, defeating the West Tallahatchie Choctaws 36-22 at James Miller Stadium. The Tigers led 14-6 at halftime and elevated their record to 2-and-1 with the victory. The Tigers will host Coahoma County next Friday night at 7.
The Clarksdale Wildcats lost to the Tupelo Golden Wave on Friday by a score of 6-0 in a game that was a hard-fought defensive battle. Tupelo scored a touchdown late in the first half after recovering a Clarksdale fumble; the Wildcats (unofficially) had less than 100 yards of total offense, mostly on the ground in a game that saw a total of 10 punts from the two teams. Tupelo entered the game ranked #5 in the state by Maxpreps.com and remains undefeated; Clarksdale is now 1-and-1 and will host South Panola next Friday at Crumpton Field.
Lee Academy defeated North Delta 7-0 on Friday..It was the first win of the season for the Colts, and an important win over a conference opponent. Lee is now 1-and-2 and will travel to Lee Academy of Marianna, Arkansas next week.
Coahoma Community College opened their season Thursday night, putting up just 86 yards of total offense and 6 first downs in a 44-0 loss to the defending MACJC South Division Champion Jones County Junior College at Ellisville. The Bobcats started rolling in the first quarter and couldn’t be stopped, scoring on four straight possessions. The Tigers are at home next Thursday at 6:30 hosting Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The 0-and-2 Coahoma County Red Panthers will play another 0-and-2 team this Friday when they travel to Shelby and face North Side High School. Mound Bayou's JFK and Shelby's Broad Street high schools wre consolidated this year and the Gators, coached by Tavares Johnson, have 48 players on the roster. Coahoma County coach Mario Lane says there are no significant injuries, his team is healthy and ready to play. The teams will kick off at 7PM Friday at North Side (formerly known as Broad Street) in Shelby.
Coahoma Early College beat Strayhorn 44-16 last week and Coach Jeremiah Brassell says his Tigers will be ready for West Tallahatchie this week. The offense sputtered and was called for 15 penalties in the first half but clicked in the second half despite starting mostly freshmen on the offiensive line; junior Corey Suggs remains on the injured list. Brassell says even though this year's team is young, any team coached by Lorenzo Pimpton is dangerous; his Choctaws have made the playoffs every year since 2013, have had four straight winnng seasons and the last time West Tally started a season with back-to-back losses was in 2014. The two teams will meet at James Miller Stadium at 7PM Friday.
The public is invited to "Meet the Tigers" Wednesday, August 29, 2018, at James E. Miller Stadium. The stadium will open at 6PM and festivities kick off at 7PM. The event is free and the CCC Football team, coaching staff, marching band and cheerleaders will be on hand. Coach Steven Miller and the CCC Tigers will open their season with a tough road trip against defending MACJC South Division champs Jones County Junior College on Thursday, August 30 in Ellisville.
After being shut out by Simmons in their first game Coahoma Early College bounced back to beat Strayhorn 44-16 in Sarah on Friday. The win gives the Tigers a 1-and-1 record; they will face West Tallahatchie at home this Friday night.
Byhalia beat Coahoma County 28-7 Friday at Crumpton Field, but an Indian player was sent to the hospital after he collapsed on the sidelines. Dennis Mitchell fell face down and began to shake midway through the second quarter. He died later Friday evening. The 5-foot-11, 260 pound sophomore had no previous health problems and heat was not a factor; his body will be sent to the state medical examiner for an autopsy.
Junior running back Queston Skipper scored 3 touchdowns and rushed for 126 yards as Clarksdale beat Greenville 47-14 on Friday. The Wildcats never trailed in the game, which was their first this season. Clarksdale will host Tupelo, another 6A school, next Friday at 7PM.
Lee Academy only had a second half touchdown Friday and lost to Magnolia Heights 31-6. The Colts drop to 0-and-2 and will host North Delta next Friday at 7PM.
Coahoma Early College plays at Strayhorn this Friday night and despite a 28-0 loss Coahoma Early College coach Jeremiah Brassel was pleased with the Tigers’ performance in the first game of the season. He noted that his team only has one senior starting on defense but the young team didn’t give up and held Simmons scoreless through the second, third and much of the fourth quarter. Brassel said correcting the Tigers mistakes, especially on the offensive line, is the focus of this week’s preparation for Strayhorn, a team that runs a “wishbone” offense and a 5-3 defensive alignment. Brassel added that his team is probably more athletic than Mustangs.
After being shut out by North Panola last week, Coahoma County Coach Mario Lane is working this week to get his team into “game shape”. Saying the team has lots of work to do, Lane noted that “very little went right” in the opening week 58-0 loss and the Red Panthers must put forth more effort and execute better if they hope to win. Coahoma County will host 4A Byhalia on Friday night at Crumpton Field.
Senior quarterback Tyderius Gipson threw for 236 yards and three touchtowns to lead the Simmons Blue Devils to victory Friday night. Juniior Christopher Russell intercepted a pass for a 43 yard runback but the Tigers were unable to put any points on the board and lost 28-0. Coahoma Early College goes to Sarah on Friday to face Strayhorn at 7PM.
The Lee Colts dropped their first game of the season 35-20 at Marshall Academy in Holly Springs Friday night. After Marshall scored the first two touchdowns Lee roared back to tie the game at 14-14 late in the first half but couldn't keep up with the Patriots after that. The Colts will host Magnolia Heights next Friday at 7PM.
Rain and lighting rolled across Warren County Friday night, forcing the cancellation of the game between Clarksdale and Vicksburg game and suspending the Oxford-Warren Central game. The Wildcats will play at Greenville on August 24th.
The Coahoma County Red Panthers opened their 2018 football season with a loss, falling to North Panola 58-0 Thursday night at Crumpton Field. North Panola scored 30 points in the first quarter and never looked back; senior quarterback Kenneth Jefferson completed 9 of 12 passes for 180 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Cougars. Coahoma County’s next game is also at home as the face Byhalia next Friday night (August 24).
Coahoma Early College hosts Hollandale's Simmons High School in their first game of the season, and coach Jerimih Brassell is excited about his Tigers. Brassell says he will dress at least three dozen players this season, the biggest roster he's ever had at the school. The team's biggest weakness is lack of experience as most of his players are sophomores and juniors. The Tigers travel to Strayhorn next week (August 24th) but play four of their first five games at home.
Another high school football season begins this week as Coahoma County hosts North Panola at Crumpton Field on Thursday. On Friday Coahoma Early College welcomes Hollandale’s Simmons High at 7PM; Lee Academy travels to Holly Springs to play Marshall Academy, a team that the Colts beat 22-7 here last year and Clarksdale returns to Vicksburg to play in the Red Carpet Bowl for the second year in a row. Oxford meets Warren Central in the first game and the Wildcats will face Vicksburg in the second contest.
WROX and WROXRadio.com will offer expanded coverage of all four teams this season, with live broadcasts of Clarksdale games on FM 97.5, AM 1450 and on the web stream; live video coverage of Lee games at WROXRadio.com; and weekly updates of County and Aggie on this website.
More than 80 youths age 6-13 attended this a youth football camp the week of July 23, 2018 at Coahoma Community College and met former Oklahoma player Marcus Dupree. A native of Philadelphia, Mississippi, Dupree was a second-team All American with 224 carries, 1789 yards and 15 touchdowns while playing for the Sooners. His mother is also a graduate of Coahoma Community College.
Dupree was featured in the ESPN docuseries “30 for 30”: ‘The Best That Never Was.’ and told campers to "make the right choices and be patient in the process. You have to be disciplined throughout life. If you don’t have discipline, you can’t make it.”
It was the first of many football camps that the Fatherhood Program of Families First Mississippi and Coach Marcus Dent plan to put on at Coahoma Community College.
For the second year in a row, Clarksdale will begin their football season in Vicksburg. The Wildcats meet the Vicksburg Gators in the second game of the 2018 Red Carpet Bowl on August 17, following the Oxford Chargers-Warren Central Vikings game. Clarksdale's first home game will be August 31 when they host Tupelo.
Lee Academy also begins their season on the road, playing Marshall Academy at Holly Springs. The Colts host Magnolia Heights the following week.
Again this season all of Clarksdale high's games will be heard live on 97.5 WROX and AM 1450, and all Lee games will be carried on a live video stream at WROXRadio.com (on any dates that Lee is playing and Clarksdale is inactive, the Colt game will also be broadcast on 97.5 FM and AM 1450) and pre-game coverage for all games will begin 25 minutes before kickoff.
Here are the full schedules for both teams (home teams in CAPS):
FRIDAY 8/17 - Lee at MARSHALL ACADEMY, Clarksdale at VICKSBURG
FRIDAY 8/24 - Magnolia Heights at LEE, Clarksdale at GREENVILLE
FRIDAY 8/31 - North Delta at LEE, Tupelo at CLARKSDALE
FRIDAY 9/7 - Lee at LEE (MARIANNA, ARKANSAS), South Panola at CLARKSDALE
FRIDAY 9/14 - Lee at BAYOU, Clarksdale at CLEVELAND CENTRAL
FRIDAY 9/21 - Lee at WASHINGTON, Clarksdale at SHANNON
FRIDAY 9/28 - Clarksdale at YAZOO CITY
THURSDAY 10/11 - Gentry at CLARKSDALE
FRIDAY 10/12 - Kirk at LEE ACADEMY
FRIDAY 10/19 - Rosa Fort at CLARKSDALE, Lee at INDIANOLA
FRIDAY 10/26 - Clarksdale at GREENWOOD, Tunica at LEE
Mario Lane has been named head football coach at Coahoma County High School, where he also will teach health and P-E. Lane comes from Ruleville Central High School where his team last season reached the second round of the state 3A playoffs; he succeeds Malcolm Jones who spent one season as coach of the Red Panthers. Coahoma County is scheduled to open their 2018 football season at home on August 17th against North Panola.
Marquise Percy played more minutes than anyone else and had 12 points as the Coahoma County Red Panthers defeated Bay Springs 62-46 to win their second straight state 2A basketball championship Friday at Jackson State. County never trailed and held a double-digit lead throughout the game. Junior Markevius Phillips had 16 points, freshman Jai'sheldon Yates had 14 points and 12 rebounds and sophomore Bentavious Galmore added 10 points and six rebounds with four assists and four steals to power the win. Three Panthers will graduate this year but the core of the team will return next season.
The Coahoma County girls' 2018 basketball season ended the same as 2017, with a loss to Ingomar in the state 2A basketball tournament in Jackson on Tuesday. The Falcons 68-45 win eliminated County; the girls finish with a season record of 28 wins and 5 losses. The defending state champion boys defeated Leflore County 49-42 and will face Bay Springs on Friday in the title game.
Clarksdale High senior Terrence Humphrey received a $1000 scholarship as the 19th winner of the Clarksdale Exchange Club's annual Ronald "Hoss" Bennett award on February 8th. A true student-athlete, Humphrey maintains a 3.2 GPA and scored a 22 on the ACT. He played quarterback and wide receiver for the Wildcat football team and will play as a defensive back at Pearl River Community College in the fall.