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3rd Annual Jackson Baseball And Softball Holiday Camp
Release Date:12/5/2016
Southwest Mississippi Community College

The 3rd Annual Jackson Baseball and Softball Holiday Camp, for 1st-7th grades, will be held from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. December 27-28 on the campus of Southwest Mississippi Community College.

The camp is operated by Southwest head baseball coach Ken Jackson and former Southwest and Delta State University softball standout, and current Southwest assistant softball coach, Maggie Jackson Slaton. The cost of the camp, which is $75 per person, will cover instruction, insurance, a t-shirt and snack.

To register for the camp, contact Ken Jackson at (601) 341-0283 or or Maggie Jackson Slaton at (601) 551-1441 or

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NEMCC Takes Two From ECCC
Release Date: 12/8/2016
Northeast Mississippi Community College

DECATUR – The Northeast Mississippi Community College Lady Tigers defeated the East Central Lady Warriors 77-61.

The Lady Tigers led at halftime 43-33. The Lady Warriors used a 13-0 run to start the third quarter and eventually took the lead.

Northeast would grab the lead back before the end of the third quarter and would not relinquish it.

The Lady Tigers were led by Timaya Stewart’s 19 points and 11 rebounds to go with Shelby Wilbanks’ 13 points and Aundrea Adams’ 10 points and 11 rebounds.

The Tigers defeated the Warriors 75-64.

East Central led the entire game until the 3:51 mark of the second half. Northeast grabbed the lead on a Kendall Stafford three-point basket.

Northeast shot 8 of 11 from the three-point line in the second half to get back in the game.

The Tigers were led by Kendarius Smith with 23 points to go along with Leroy Buchanan’s 17 points and Kendall Stafford’s 13.

Northeast will travel to Columbia State for a doubleheader on Tuesday, December 13 beginning with women’s action at 5:30 p.m.

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NEMCC Takes Two From ECCC
Release Date: 12/8/2016
Northeast Mississippi Community College

DECATUR – The Northeast Mississippi Community College Lady Tigers defeated the East Central Lady Warriors 77-61.

The Lady Tigers led at halftime 43-33. The Lady Warriors used a 13-0 run to start the third quarter and eventually took the lead.

Northeast would grab the lead back before the end of the third quarter and would not relinquish it.

The Lady Tigers were led by Timaya Stewart’s 19 points and 11 rebounds to go with Shelby Wilbanks’ 13 points and Aundrea Adams’ 10 points and 11 rebounds.

The Tigers defeated the Warriors 75-64.

East Central led the entire game until the 3:51 mark of the second half. Northeast grabbed the lead on a Kendall Stafford three-point basket.

Northeast shot 8 of 11 from the three-point line in the second half to get back in the game.

The Tigers were led by Kendarius Smith with 23 points to go along with Leroy Buchanan’s 17 points and Kendall Stafford’s 13.

Northeast will travel to Columbia State for a doubleheader on Tuesday, December 13 beginning with women’s action at 5:30 p.m.

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GAME RECAP: Holmes Community College Bulldogs Made History Sunday
Release Date: 12/6/2016
Holmes Community College

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – The Holmes Community College Bulldogs made history Sunday by winning their first NJCAA Bowl with a 28-21 win over the Iowa Western Community College Reivers in the Graphic Edge Bowl. Holmes trailed 21-14 at halftime, but the Holmes defense stiffened in the second half, and the offense used big plays to pull out the win.

Holmes went into the game ranked No. 9 in the NJCAA, but they came out as Graphic Edge Bowl Champions and after Monday’s poll, the Bulldogs finished the year as the No. 7-ranked team. Sunday’s appearance in a bowl game was the first in 28 years. Holmes is 1-2 in NJCAA bowl games.

“We found a way to win,” Holmes Head Coach Jeff Koonz said. “It’s a great day to be a Bulldog.

“We have a great coaching staff who have been on trips like this before,” he said. “They did a great job preparing these kids for this. These kids deserve to be champions. They do things right on and off the field, and we are really proud of them.”

Sophomore receiver D.J. Montgomery from Durant was named the game’s Most Valuable Offensive Player while sophomore defensive end Desmond Lester of Batesville was named the game’s Most Valuable Defensive Player. Montgomery finished the game with seven catches for 205 yards and two touchdowns, one from 30 in the second quarter and one from 54 in the third quarter. Lester finished the game with only eight tackles but added one sack, four tackles for loss but had two key fumble recoveries.

Iowa Western got on the scoreboard first in the first quarter on a 49-yard touchdown pass. The extra point was good, and Iowa Western led 7-0 with 10:22 left in the quarter.

Holmes tied the game at seven with 2:52 left in the first quarter when sophomore quarterback Dejerric Bryant found sophomore receiver Kavonte Younger on a 25-yard pass. Younger caught the pass around the 10 yard line and bullied his way into the endzone for the score. Caleb Shelly’s extra point was good.

The Reivers went back up early in the second quarter on another touchdown pass. This one went for 26 yards with 14:54 left in the quarter. Iowa Western led 14-7 after the extra point was good.

After Bryant went down with a hamstring injury, freshman quarterback Josh Dodd from Kosciusko came in the game at quarterback and took the Bulldogs on another scoring drive. With 9:40 to play in the first half, Dodd found Montgomery on a 30-yard touchdown pass. Shelly’s extra point was good tying the game at 14.

The Reivers got their last score of the game with 6:24 left in the first half on their third touchdown pass of the game from 43 yards out. The extra point was good, and Iowa Western led 21-14 at the break.

The Bulldog defense then came out inspired in the second half forcing four turnovers and limiting the Reivers to 46 yards of offense and only two first downs.

Late in the third, the Bulldogs began a game-tying drive. The Bulldogs drove 88 yards moving the ball quickly on two huge passes from Bryant to Montgomery, one from 40 and 21 yards. Freshman running back Cameryn Brent later scored untouched from 10 yards out with 1:02 left in the third, and Shelly added the extra point.

After the kickoff, the Reivers turned the ball over again on a pass play. Lester was there again when the receiver dropped the ball after a catch at the Holmes 46, and Lester recovered. On the next play, Bryant hit Montgomery on a 54-yard touchdown pass as the quarter ended. Shelly’s kick put the Bulldogs up 28-21.

The Bulldog defense was not kind to the Reivers in the fourth quarter forcing two punts, a turnover on downs and an interception. A pass fell incomplete on fourth down with 19 seconds left, and the Bulldogs ran the clock out and the celebration began.

Bryant finished the game 9-of-22 for 224 yards and two touchdowns. Dodd in relief was 2-of-4 for 35 yards and one touchdown. Sophomore running back Matt Fuller of Starkville had 15 carries for 78 yards while Brent had 10 carries for 42 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, sophomore linebacker Jamar Smith from Lyons, Ga. finished the game with eight tackles including one sack, one tackle for loss and one pass breakup. Sophomore defensive back Darron Temple from Columbus, sophomore defensive back Sean Harper from Hartwell, Ga. and sophomore defensive end Tyshon Spencer from Crawford each had four tackles. Temple and sophomore safety Qmond Woods from McComb each had an interception in the game.

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ICC's McDonald Signs With Blue Mountain
Release Date: 11/28/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College sophomore Andrew McDonald signed to continue his golf career and education at Blue Mountain College Monday.

“I’m real excited,” said McDonald. “Coming out of high school I probably would not have thought that I would be playing golf at the next level, but I’m thankful Coach (David) Rather gave me a chance at ICC so I can now continue at Blue Mountain.”

The Fulton native joined the ICC golf program his freshman year under Coach Rather after not playing on an organized team since eighth grade.

During his freshman season, the former two sport high school athlete, posted his best round by shooting a 76 at Meridian, that capped off a lot of hard work transitioning from the baseball field to the golf course.

“It took a lot of practice,” said McDonald. “Encouragement from my coaches and teammates, pushed me to get better and have made the past two years incredible.”

In the first half of his sophomore season, McDonald’s posted a team-best 74 in the second round at Co-Lin at to lead the Indians to a sixth place tie. He topped that at the next event by shooting a career low of 73 at Northwest.

“Andrew works hard and leads by example,” said ICC first year golf coach Cary Simmons. “He is a great student-athlete and has been important to our program and we’re excited to see him continue his career.”

McDonald’s success in and out of the classroom makes it a win-win situation for Toppers and could make a quick impact on the young squad.

“We’re excited about getting Andrew,” said Blue Mountain coach Kevin Barefield. “He’s a great golfer and he will do a lot of great things for us next year.”

Before continuing at Blue Mountain, McDonald still has the spring section of the season to wear the red and blue which has been more than a uniform for the last two seasons.

“I’ve been part of the ICC culture since I was kid,” said McDonald. “Being a part of it as a student, I’m really grateful for the opportunity ICC has given me to go to Blue Mountain, and I can’t be more excited.”

McDonald is the son of Jamie and Angie McDonald of Fulton and brother of LPGA Tour member Ally.

For more information on ICC golf and the nine other intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter(@LetsGoICC) and visit

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EMCC Lions Earn Hoops Split At Rival East Central With 76-62 Men’s Win And Narrow 66-65 Women’s Setback
Release Date: 11/11/2016
East Mississippi Community College

DECATUR – The visiting East Mississippi Community College basketball teams split with rival East Central Community College Thursday night in MACJC inter-divisional play at Brackeen-Wood Gymnasium. The EMCC women couldn’t quite overcome a 20-point, second-half deficit in falling by a single point, 66-65, while the Lions used a 13-0 spurt early in the second half to pull away with a 76-62 road victory in the nightcap.

To begin the night, the home-standing Lady Warriors scored the game’s first seven points on the way to holding a 20-10 lead after the first quarter. The margin grew to 21 points (33-12) midway through the second quarter before EMCC cut the deficit to 15 points (38-23) by scoring the last five points of the half.

Following a breakeven (17-17) third quarter, the visitors opened the final period on a game-changing 14-2 run that was ignited by the 1-2 punch of sophomore forward Quantesha Patterson and freshman guard Tyeisha Juhan. Between them, they scored all 25 of the Lions’ fourth-quarter points to make it a nail-biter down the stretch.

After East Central went back up by eight points (64-56) with less than two minutes left to seemingly take back control, EMCC scored the next six points to make it a two-point contest. The two teams then traded turnovers before the Lady Warriors maintained ball possession on a critical tie-up. ECCC’s Shadejha Brown was fouled in the backcourt and hit both free throws to extend it to a two-possession contest with just five seconds remaining. Two ticks later, Patterson took an inbounds pass from Kaisah Lucky and converted a three-point play to give the Lions one final glimmer of hope. But, Brown was again fouled in the backcourt and her two misses at the charity stripe with less than a second left in the game essentially ran out the clock and ended EMCC’s valiant comeback attempt.

Patterson, an All-America candidate after earning All-Region 23 honors as a freshman, registered her 16th career double-double and third of the year by finishing with season-high totals of 27 points (17 in the second half) and 14 rebounds to go along with four blocks and three steals on the defensive end. Juhan, the current NJCAA Division I and MACJC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and three steals for EMCC. Improving to 2-1 on the year, the Lady Warriors were led by Autumn Taylor’s 18 points, while LaNeisha Jeans and Curtisha Coleman followed with 11 points apiece.

The men’s nightcap stayed competitive throughout the first half with the home team owning six-point leads on a couple of occasions. EMCC freshman point guard Job Vernor’s 3-pointer late in the half cut the deficit to a single point (33-32) heading into intermission.

The three-point shot continued to fall for the Lions following the break, giving them momentum early in the second half. Two more Vernor treys and another by Melvin Brooks III keyed a 13-0 run that gave the visitors a nine-point lead (47-38) by the 15:27 mark.

After the Warriors answered with a 9-3 spurt to pull to within three points (50-47), the Lions countered with a 12-4 run to put them on top by double figures (62-51) with seven minutes left in the contest. The margin stayed at twin digits for the remainder of the contest en route to the 14-point triumph, marking EMCC’s fourth straight win over East Central and 17th victory in the last 18 series meetings with the Warriors dating back to the 2008-09 campaign. Fresh off his 30-point, 10-rebound performance earlier in the week against Wallace-Selma, EMCC sophomore David McFarland, out of Raymond High School, paced the Lions with 23 points on 7-of-11 shooting, including 4-of-5 accuracy from behind the arc, along with eight rebounds, three steals, two assists and a block.

Vernor, a Center Hill High School product, finished with a season-high 21 points, including 14 in the second half, aided by 5-of-8 three-point shooting. As a team, the 3-1 Lions were 13-of-24 (54%) from three-point range on the night. Sophomore Anterio McKines, of Quitman, followed with 13 points. Falling to 1-2 on the young season, the East Central men were led by Dalton Hanna’s double-double effort of 11 points and 11 rebounds. Cayman Ruffin and Jaquan Dotson followed with 10 points apiece.

Coach Sharon Thompson’s EMCC women return to action Monday with a 5:30 p.m. home contest against Pearl River Community College. They will then join head coach Billy Begley’s Lions for a Thursday doubleheader rematch on the road against Wallace Community College Selma.

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Delor Named NJCAA 3rd Team All-American
Release Date: 12/2/2016
Southwest Mississippi Community College

Southwest soccer freshman forward Jaime Delor led the NJCAA, and set Southwest single-season and career records, with 31 goals and 69 points scored as the Bears experienced their best season ever in 2016.

The Bears won a program-record 13 games and made their first-ever appearance in the MACJC playoffs.

As a result of his, and the team’s efforts, Delor set another program first by being named 3rd Team All-American. He is the first Southwest player ever to be so honored and one of only two Mississippi players to receive All-American status this season.

Delor said the award meant a lot to him and that “it’s amazing because I didn’t expect it. In Argentina (Delor is from Buenos Aires) I didn’t pay full attention to soccer; I played other sports more.”

He said receiving the award was “huge for me (because) when I first got here I wasn’t doing well. But, Coach (Zach Mills) put a lot of trust in me and this is like giving thanks to him.”

Delor said becoming the first Southwest soccer player to receive All-American recognition is “amazing. But, I don’t take it like an individual award. It’s not fair to say that I’m the first one because I couldn’t have done it without the (rest of) the team. I want to put the team before me.”

In addition to the records previously mentioned, Delor set or tied four other individual program records. He was also named All-Region and was a one-time NJCAA Offensive Player of the Week and a two-time MACJC Offensive Player of the Week.

Despite all the accolades that came his way, Delor said he hopes that “next year I can train hard and be better and help my team go further (in the playoffs).”

Mills, in his first season at the helm of the Bears, said that “even after breaking all those records and doing so well, he (Delor) is (still) so level-headed and he’s so thankful to his teammates and the program and all the work we’ve done together as a unit just to get him the opportunity to put the ball in the back of the net.”

“Leading the nation is absolutely incredible at any level, whatever you’re doing,” Mills continued, “and the fact that we’ve never had a winning season and never gone to the playoffs until this year says a lot about what we’ve accomplished and says a lot about what he’s accomplished.”

Mills also said he is “thrilled that (Delor) is coming back for another year and wants to break those records he’s set.” Mills said he felt that will be possible “because the guys we’re bringing in (next season) and the guys who are coming back make up an incredible group. I can’t wait to see what their hard work will turn into.”

Concluding his remarks, Mills said “one of my favorite things about this (All-American) award going to Jaime is the fact that he takes it, like he said, not as an individual award, but as a team award. And, he’s right. We do everything together-we win as a team and we lose as a team and we achieve greatness together.”

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Two ECCC Women’s Soccer Players Sign With Mississippi College
Release Date: 12/8/2016
East Central Community College

Two East Central Community College women’s soccer players signed National Letters on Intent Wednesday, Dec. 7, to continue the careers at Mississippi College in Clinton.

Defender Gabby Gross, a product of Lewisburg High School, and goalkeeper Kaitlyn Knuth, a product of West Lauderdale High School, will remain teammates on the Lady Choctaw’s women’s soccer team.

“I have been very blessed and fortunate to have gotten to coach both Gabby and Kaitlyn over the last two seasons,” said ECCC women’s soccer coach Gray Massey. “I know they will both be wonderful additions to the Mississippi College soccer team as well as contribute to campus.”

Both Gross and Knuth were named back-to-back selections to the National Junior College Athletic Association’s All-Region 23 Team. They both also were selected to play the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges All-Star Game this season.

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MGCCC’s Lexie Mathis Signs With Mobile
Release Date: 12/8/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON — Mississippi Gulf Coast All-American shortstop has picked her next school. Lexie Mathis signed a scholarship Thursday to continue her playing career at the University of Mobile.

“I get a home feeling there,” said Mathis, who played at Baker High School in Mobile. “I came to Perk because when I walked around the campus, all the teachers and everybody I met, I just had a home feeling. It was the same thing at the University of Mobile.”

She batted .436 and slugged a school-record 17 home runs as a freshman, driving in 60 runs in 52 games. After hitting homers in five straight games early in the year, Mathis led the country in homers for much of the season, finishing tied for 15th.

“She’s been one of the most important signees and players we’ve had here,” Gulf Coast coach Kenneth Long. She had the opportunity to go to several places. Different schools were recruiting her. She called me kinda late one night and asked, ‘How do I commit?’ I said, if you’re coming here, ‘I’ll tell you how to commit.’ She kinda laughed.”

The Mobile Lady Rams are coached by Korie Fontenot, who was on hand for the signing ceremony. Mobile is an NAIA school that plays in the Southern States Athletic Conference. The Lady Rams advanced to the SSAC finals last year, finishing 28-21.

Mathis had seven three-hit games and nine games with three or more RBI, including a six-RBI game against Holmes.

She was named to the NJCAA Division II All-American Second Team while helping the Lady Bulldogs to a 45-7 finish that saw them ranked third in the last national poll of the regular season.

She also won All-Region 23 and All-MACJC honors and won an MACJC Player of the Week award.

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to

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MGCCC’s Allen, Younger Win Halbrook Certificates
Release Date: 12/7/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON — Two tennis players from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College have been honored with David M. Halbrook Certificates for Athletic Achievement Among Athletes for the 2015-16 school year.

Bryan Allen and Karah Younger won the awards, which are given out based on service, leadership, academic and athletic achievement. Allen and Younger earned NJCAA Superior Athletic Achievement Awards for finishing with grade-point averages between 3.80-3.99. They both also won Distinguished Academic All-MACJC honors.

Gulf Coast won its fourth David M. Halbrook Award since 2009-10 by graduating 98 percent of its student-athletes.

Administered cooperatively by the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning, the Mississippi Community College Board, and the Mississippi Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, the purpose of the Halbrook Awards program is to recognize colleges and universities that maintain and achieve high academic standards for student athletes, thus encouraging high graduation rates. While serving in the Mississippi Legislature, Representative David M. Halbrook Sr., along with his brothers, John Halbrook, James Halbrook, and J. A. Halbrook, endowed the Halbrook Awards.

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to

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Total Of 115 PRCC Students Receive 2016 PRVEPA Round Up For Education Scholarships
Release Date: 11/3/2016
Pearl River Community College

POPLARVILLE – A total of 115 Pearl River Community College students from throughout Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association’s 12-county service area are receiving scholarships of $935 to attend PRCC this year, thanks to the generous spirit and support of the Association’s member-consumers.

More than 200 students from throughout PRVEPA’s service area are receiving these scholarships to attend state community colleges.

This is the fourth year for the Round Up for Education scholar’s program, which is funded by members who round their bills up to the nearest dollar each month. Scholarships are available to members who do the round up, as well as for their spouses or dependent children who are enrolled as freshmen this fall.

“The efforts of the Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association to assist students from their service area in achieving a higher education is certainly paying great dividends for members of the Association,” said PRCC President William Lewis.

“Pearl River Community College has greatly benefited from the Association’s Round-Up Program with some 115 students attending the college this fall with scholarships made possible through this program. This effort is affording many students with opportunities that only a higher education can make possible. In turn, a more educated citizenry will enhance the economic and social well-being of our state. The positive benefits for the citizens of our region of Mississippi from this special program offered by Pearl River Valley Electric Power Association are immeasurable.”

PRVEPA serves more than 48,000 meters. Since the Round Up program began in November 2012, more than $840,000 has been collected and deposited in an account overseen by the Greater Pine Belt Community Foundation.

“Throughout our history, Pearl River Valley Electric has not only been providing electric service to rural areas, but working to improve the quality of life of our members and the communities where they live,” said General Manager Randy Wallace. “We believe that education is vital to improving the future for all of us in south Mississippi, and the Round Up program was designed to encourage more young people to further their education.

“Members working together to achieve a common goal is a unique hallmark of cooperative organizations, and I am proud of the positive response we’ve received on this effort. More than 90 percent of our members continue to round up their bills and we’re very thankful for their support.”

At least ten percent of each year’s funds are set aside in an endowed fund for future use. The remaining money is divided equally between the number of eligible applicants, resulting this year in 217 scholarships worth $935 per student (the maximum award per the program’s guidelines is $1000).

In the program’s four years, more than 780 students have now received scholarships.
“The PineBelt Community Foundation administers a variety of scholarship programs,” said Theresa Erickson, Executive Director of the Foundation. “The Round Up for Education Scholarship program is the largest scholarship program we manage. We often see how small contributions from large numbers of people can grow into significant amounts that benefit many individuals, and when people continue their education it not only benefits the individual, but it also benefits their family and ultimately their community.”

Round Up for Education funds collected after Aug. 1 go toward next year’s scholarships. Applications for 2017 scholarships will be available beginning this month.

Students getting these scholarships
Columbia Academy – Alexis Adams, Abbey English, John Holman, Lauren E. Lee, Alandra Patterson.
Columbia High School – Ben Baughman, James Brandon Belk, William John Boudreaux, Joseph Blake Broom, Katelynn Franklin, Jonathan Ryan Gibson, Joy Raquel Gibson, Cody B. King, Caleigh Lambert, Isaiah Rodriguez, Kaisha Yates.
East Marion High School – Devonta Alford, Mytchel Levi Bass, Brian Broom, Jermaine Lamont Burkett, Patience Diggs, D’Mia Graves, Asia L. Harvey, Kaitlin Patton, Ashlyn Pittman, Matthew K. Thigpen, Larry Watts.
Forrest County AHS – Juliann Aultman, Tyler Wayne Beall, Thomas Beasley, Langston Bunch, Alyssa Renee Calhoun, Bradley Cole Cameron, William T. Dubose, Robert Gmerek, Kaylin Hickman, Raegan Nicole Kearley, Brandon M. Kistler, Dusty Lane Lawler, Dustin Lofton, Katie Sellers.
Home School – Dallis Scruggs, Tyler Steven Taylor.
Lamar Christian – Madison Breanne Williford.
Lumberton – Austin Wade Coker.
Mandeville, La. – Nicole Creel.
Oak Grove High School – Noah Albert, Courtney E. Alford, Frandrika Shavon Amos, Alysha Arrington, Tyler Fiveash, Dylan Forbes, Katie Ford, Shelby Herndon, Claire Jennings, Ivory Lowe, Parker Mathis, Taylor McCarter, Justin Devon Richards, Danielle Smith, Vera E. Thacker, Kaila L. Williams.
Pearl River, La. – Shelby Hanna.
Petal – Skyler S. Quick.
Purvis High School – Kamry Bond, Selena Broom, Clifton Blake Brown, Jacob Burkhalter, Shaina Kamri Burroughs, Naomi Burroughs, Riley Davis, Taylor M. Friend, Sydney Hester, Ethan P. Jackson, Cameron Johnson, Breanna Johnson, Bryce Kelley, Logan Lovdahl, Stacy Lucas, Patrick Mills, Richard “Dale” Moore, Lacy “Savannah” Moree, Amanda Rich, Wesley E. Seay, Matthew Ryan Singletary, Wyatt Jakob Smith, Jessie Marie Whiteman.
Stone High School – Ashlyn Johnson, Carlie Smith.
St. Patrick – Ethan Tyler Parsons.
Sumrall High School – Hunter Thomas Askew, Garrett R. Aultman, Hailee Berry, Amanda “Jade” Breeland, Timothy Hicks, Zachary P. Hicks, Samuel Evan Hudson, Hanna Presley Lofton, Cammie Moree, Kopen Nightengale, Nathan Forrest Young.
West Marion High School – Caleb Batie, Dakota Behsman, Zachary Clark, Cole Cox, Alex Little, Kendall Mullins, Jerald D. Peak, Marquia Pigott, Kailey Alexis Pittman, Adrianna Seymour, Abby Sumrall, Caitlyn A. Thornhill, Treves Trahan, Colby White.

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ICC Cheer Reduces Price For Fall Prep Cheer Clinic
Release Date: 11/7/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College Cheerleaders will hold a cheer clinic for 10th – 12th graders on November 12 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the ICC Fitness Center Gym.

Cost of the camp has been reduced to $20.00. Campers must sign a release form to participate. Anyone under the age of 18 must have the release form signed by a parent of legal guardian. A printable format of the release form is available on the Cheer page on

For more information, contact Emily Lamb at or 662-862-8173.

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    2016 MS Bowl
    East MS vs.

    Game Date: 12/4/2016
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    Week 11 Football
    Northwest vs.
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    Game Date: 11/12/2016
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    Week 10 Football
    Northwest vs.
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    Game Date: 11/5/2016
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    Game Date: 10/30/2016

All-Time Winningest NJCAA Coaches From
The Mississippi Association of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC)

Gwyn Young
Co-Lin CC
Winningest Active Women’s Basketball Head Coach
Record: 887-249

Gene Murphy
Hinds CC
Winningest Active
Football Head Coach
Record: 172-76-5

George Sekul
MS Gulf Coast CC
1966-1991 - 26 Seasons
Two Football National Championships
Record: 205-77-5

Bobby Franklin
1981-2004 - 25 Seasons
Two Football National Championships
Record: 201-57-6

Sim Cooley
Jones County JC
Football Head Coach
1961-1987 - 27 Seasons
Record: 187-92-5