The fifth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College secured a share of their 10th MACCC North Division football title since 2008 with Thursday’s 52-6 home victory over the visiting 15th-ranked Coahoma Tigers at EMCC’s Sullivan-Wind- ham Field.
The Kemper County Wildcats (2-0) could seal the district championship Friday with a win over 1-1 Philadelphia.
Sometimes a photo really does tell the story, even years later. That is certainly the case of Avery Luke.
The Kemper Academy Rams fought hard in their long road trip to Ben’s Ford, in Bogalusa, Louisiana. The Rams lost 50-36 after coming back from down four touch- downs.
SIKESTON, Mo. — The East Mississippi Commu- nity College women’s rodeo team claimed its 10th NIRA Ozark Region event team title in school history by earning first- place honors this past weekend at the Three Rivers College Champi- onship College Rodeo.
SCOOBA – The sixth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College overcame seven turnovers and came back from their first deficit of the year with 20 unanswered fourth-quarter points to claim a 34-19 Homecoming win over Northeast Mississippi during Saturday’s MACCC North Division football action played at Sullivan-Windham Field.
Kemper County High School head football coach Ray Westerfield was not on the sidelines in Macon on Friday night for his team’s 22-14 loss to Noxubee County High School.
If I were asked to describe the Ole Miss win over Arkansas, I would have to use the word “exasperating,” aptly stolen from one of my favorite high school football announcers, who stole it himself from Miss Marianne Magnolia, on the show Hee-Haw. And if I were asked to describe the Texas A&M win over Alabama, I would steal a boxing headline from October 1,1975: “The Thrilla in College Station.”
While the Kemper Academy Rams football team had a bye week this past week, they are looking to win their final two games when they take Ben’s Ford Christian, and West Memphis Christian.
The Lady Wildcats closed out the regular season last week posting big wins over Scott Central and Newton, making them district runner up to the district champion Lake Hornets.
This past week the Kemper County Wildcats suffered a tough 22-14 loss to the Noxubee County High School Tigers.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association has moved final regular season football games up one day.
SENATOBIA – After scoring the game’s first 27 points, the sixth-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College held on for a key 30-21 road victory over No. 13 Northwest Mississippi during Thursday’s MACCC North Division clash played at Bobby Franklin Field.
LIVINGSTON, Ala. — Highlighted by a pair of first-place individual finishes, the East Mississippi Community College rodeo teams placed third in men’s competition and fourth on the women’s side during this past weekend’s UWA Rodeo Showdown hosted by the University of West Alabama. The three-day NIRA Ozark Region event concluded Saturday evening at UWA’s Hines-Spree Rodeo Complex.
This past week the Kemper County Lady Wildcats traveled to Philadelphia for a district bout against the Lady Tornadoes.
This week the Kemper Academy football played played host to Newton Academy, dropping a 52-16 setback.
Before the huge homecoming win to open district play for the Kemper County Wildcats football team, a ring ceremony was held in honor of the Lady Wildcats track team, who won the 4x200 relay State Championship last spring.
Things started off slow for the Kemper County High School Wildcats in their 32-21 win over the Lake Hornets on Friday night, but in the end the KCHS defense closed out the game for the winners.
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