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The Mississippi High School Activities Association has moved final regular season football games up one day.

No. 6 EMCC remains undefeated with big division win

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.

KCHS tops Philly in three

This past week the Kemper County Lady Wildcats traveled to Philadelphia for a district bout against the Lady Tornadoes.

Kemper Academy Rams eye week off

This week the Kemper Academy football played played host to Newton Academy, dropping a 52-16 setback.

KCHS Track Champions honored

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.

Timely stops key Kemper County’s District win

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.

SCOOBA — After a yearlong hiatus, East Mississippi Community College resumed its annual Homecoming festivities this year.

SCOOBA – Powered by a 35-point second quarter, the 11th-ranked Lions of East Mississippi Community College continued their solid play on both sides of the ball with a 49-7 home victory over the Holmes Bulldogs Thursday.

Rams outmatched in loss

The Kemper Academy Rams had a long night last Friday as they dropped a  56-0 decision to Calhoun Academy in eight-man football action.

Wildcats look to regroup vs. SE Lauderdale

The Kemper County Wildcats will try to get back on the winning track Friday night when they visit Southeast Lauderdale in prep football action.

MOORHEAD – The 11th-ranked East Mississippi Community College Lions opened MACCC North Division play with a convincing 56-3 road victory over a previously unbeaten Mississippi Delta squad Thursday.

KA Rams fall to Columbus Friday

The Kemper Academy Rams dropped a 38-14 decision to Columbus Christian in eight-man football Friday night.

2-0 EMCC Lions roll over Southwest

SUMMIT – In their first road test of the season, the Lions of East Mississippi Community College passed with flying colors by posting a decisive 49-7 victory over the Southwest Mississippi Bears Thursday night’s MACCC football action. 

Wildcats take 40-0 win over Forest

The Kemper County Wildcats got back on the winning track Friday night as they blanked Forest 40-0 in prep football action.

KA Rams seek to rebound against Columbus

The Kemper Academy Rams will try to get back on the winning Friday night when they visit Columbus Christian in eight-man football

Lions defense stands out in opening victory

SCOOBA – In their long-awaited return to the gridiron, the Lions of East Mississippi Community College used a strong defensive effort to post a season-opening 32-7 home victory over East Central here Thursday night.

The Kemper County Wildcats dropped a 41-7 decision to Louisville Friday night. 

Rams even record at 1-1 with 52-12 win

The Kemper Academy Rams rebounded from their season opening loss to roll over Discovery Christian School 52-12 in eight-man football action.

Kemper Wildcats open with strong victory

The Kemper County Wildcats opened their 2021 football season with a 47-20 victory over Leake Central Friday night on the East Mississippi Community College campus in Scooba.

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