CCHS’s Phillips dominant on basketball court, football field
DECATUR — Tough encounters awaited Coahoma Community College’s Mighty Tigers at the East Central Shootout in Decatur, Mississippi. They had two of their biggest tests of the season against No. 20 Pearl River Community College and East Central Community College.
Head Coach Micheal Stringer has been building the Coahoma Community College basketball program brick by brick. Coahoma has been making strides on and off the court. Last season, the Tigers were very competitive and starting to have a winning attitude. Despite winning three games, Coahoma lost 12 games by 3-5 points.
Fifteen sophomores hit the field for Coahoma Community College’s last time at James E. Miller Stadium on Thursday night, Oct. 25.
EL DORADO, Kansas — Recently, the Coahoma Community College Track Team visited El Dorado to participate in 2018 NJCAA Division I Track and Field Championships. The Tigers finished 21st in the nation with only six CCC athletes participating.
Coahoma Baseball has opened the door for many athletes who want to be a part of Tiger Nation. Four International players made that commitment in 2016, and two years later have become productive men. They are part of the winningest sophomore class in Coahoma Community College history.
Coahoma women’s basketball has been putting in serious work this offseason. They were looking for the best recruits in America to turn around the Lady Tigers. Three talented young ladies signed scholarships to be a part of “Tiger Nation.”
All three signees come from Clarksdale High School in Clarksdale, MS.