CCHS’s Phillips dominant on basketball court, football field
Clarksdale High School was dominant in the early part of the game at home against Cleveland Central Friday night.
The Wildcats led the majority of the way until Cleveland tied things up in the final seconds of the fourth quarter.
LOUISVILLE — Giving up two onside kicks and one blocked punt led to three first-half touchdowns put Clarksdale High School in a 45-point halftime hole at Louisville in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs Friday night.
Clarksdale High School was penalized nine times for 60 yards at home Friday night in the opening round of the Class 4A playoffs against Itawamba Agricultural, but it was the lack of turnovers that turned out to be the difference.
Mistakes and missed opportunities turned what could have been a close first-round Class 2A playoff contest into a one-sided affair.
Coahoma County High School’s (3-9, 3-3) football season ended with a 47-0 loss at Eupora Friday night.
The Red Panthers trailed 21-0 at the end of the first quarter and were unable to recover.