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12 CCC Tigers pledge to continue football careers at various colleges

Posted: Friday, February 12, 2010 12:00 am

Twelve members of Coahoma Community College’s historic 2009 Tiger football team, which advanced to the Mississippi Association of  Community and Junior College North Division playoffs for the first time in the school’s history, signed this week to play at senior universities and colleges this fall, according to Freeman Horton, athletic director and head football coach.

“These young men have made outstanding contributions to our program; we wish them the very best in their athletic careers and the continuation of their education,” said Horton who was named 2009 MACJC Coach of the Year.

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  • anonymous posted at 7:44 am on Mon, Feb 15, 2010.

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    Congrats to all CCC football players, head coach and staff. It seems that the CCC players can be compared to the New Orleans Saints....winning for the first time in the playoffs. The fact that all are continuing their education makes the struggle to achieve even more worthy, wonderful, and fulfilling for all seeing these players going forward. Education is the key to success, and I see several players from Rosedale.......got relatives down there......and Rosedale is so small and these young men are making progress despite the odds. Actually it's just great to see every player moving forward, as the odds usually don't leave this type of success record.......I Salute All You Players For Hanging In There and Trying To Be Somebody!!!! JUST SO PROUD OF YOU ALL!! My Thanks to the STAFF as Well for being the ROLE MODELS THESE PLAYERS NEEDED, AND THE PARENTS, OTHERS SUPPORTING.

     
  • anonymous posted at 10:01 am on Fri, Feb 12, 2010.

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    Hey, to all you CCC,sophomore that do not get sign there are Universities and Colleges that would let you Walk-On or Try-Out for their football team ! Ask your SID to help locate those Insitutions that offer these opportunities. It all about Education byway of Sports. You guy that Believe can do this. if you Believe you can play regardless, on a University level why not walk-on. Good Luck..

     
  • anonymous posted at 3:08 am on Fri, Feb 12, 2010.

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    Congradulation to all the CCC football players that will continue with their football career and educational opportunities. It is good to see CCC coaching staff pushing the envelope to help these young men gain a College education byway of Athletic. Sports Information need to continue to be push to local Universities like Jackson State, Ms.Valley, Ole Miss, Ms.State, Delta State, and Alcorn U., these schools are in our own backyard,but have fail to show interest in CCC sports programs, what a shame.. Thanks goes out to all those Universities and Colleges that made offers to these Winner. Coach Horton,and your staff are the Best. Continue to make CCC Football program a winner.