East Mississippi Community College earned third-place team finishes on both the men’s and women’s sides during the UWA Rodeo Showdown held two weekends ago on the University of West Alabama campus.
The first-year Kemper County High School cross-country teams was only able to compete in one meet in it’s inaugural season, that coming at Northeast Lauderdale on Oct. 1.
The Kemper County Wildcats took another tough loss on the gridiron last week, as they dropped a 44-7 decision to Noxubee County at home.
Ninth-ranked East Mississippi Community College rebounded from last week’s rare home loss to claim a hard-fought 24-16 home victory over Coahoma during Thursday night’s MACCC North Division football action played at Sullivan-Windham Field.
The KCHS Lady Wildcats Volleyball season came to a heartbreaking end on Tuesday night, as they took a tough road loss to Sacred Heart, in three sets in the second round of the MHSAA State Volleyball Playoffs.
The Kemper County Lady Wildcats improved their volleyball record to 2-0, with a 3-1 win over Louisville.
There is an old saying "can't catch a break,” but the Kemper Academy Lady Rams are still trying to get past their long break.
The preseason sixth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College will kick off the 2022 football season Thursday evening (Sept. 1) by playing host to the Wolves of Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
After running out of gas in the second half against Porters Chapel in the season opener, the exact opposite happened to the Kemper Academy Rams Friday night as they turned a 12-6 halftime lead over Discovery Christian into a 52-6 win.
The start of Kemper County High School’s football season was brought to a halt by last week's flash flooding.
The Kemper County Lady Wildcats took their first loss of the volleyball season as they traveled to Noxapater.
The visiting fifth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College couldn’t fully recover from a 22-point halftime deficit en route to dropping a 42-28 road decision to ninth-ranked Jones College during Thursday’s interdivisional MACCC football action played at Bobcat Stadium/Sim Cooley Field.
The Kemper Academy Lady Rams took the field Tuesday, and dropped a 13-7 decision to Calhoun Academy at home.
After a long series of games against much larger teams than themselves, the Kemper Academy Rams finally took on a team that was similar to themselves in roster size Thursday as they hosted Columbus Christian.
While Kemper County has had much success on the track in recent years, Wildcat runners will now get a chance to showcase their speed and endurance on a much longer and much less smooth course.
JACKSON – On the heels of his clutch second-half performance in leading the eighth-ranked EMCC Lions to last Thursday’s thrilling 48-45 come-from-behind road win over Mississippi Gulf Coast, freshman quarterback Eli Anderson has earned repeat honors as the MACCC Offensive Player of the Week.
PERKINSTON – The eighth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College erased a 24-point deficit midway through the third quarter with six second-half touchdowns to pull off a stunning 48-45 come-from-behind road victory over Mississippi Gulf Coast during Thursday’s thrilling MACCC interdivisional football action played at A.L. May Memorial Stadium. The live-streamed contest was featured as the NJCAA Game of the Week by ESPN+.
The Kemper Academy Rams took another tough loss Friday night, this time 40-0 to Prentiss Christian.
The Kemper Academy Lady Rams softball season has come to an end The Lady Rams traveled to Senatobia for the MAIS 3A North Half Tournament, in which they lost in two games.
The Kemper County High School Lady Wildcats had yet another successful week on the volleyball court winning two matches in six sets over Philadelphia and Newton, outsourcing the two 150-113.
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