The Coahoma Community College Basketball program was recently under the spotlight for having several players recognized by the Mississippi Association of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC). Two standout players went beyond the call of duty to achieve their goals on and off the court.
The Coahoma Tigers and the South Arkansas Univ. Tech Rockets battled for the second time this season on Sophomore Night at the Pinnacle. The Tigers made big plays all night and outplayed the Rockets in a 66-58 victory.
RAYMOND—Coahoma Community College started its two-game road trip against Hinds Community College on Thursday Night. The Eagles took charge of the Tigers, ending the game in a 54-26 victory on Gene Murphy Field at the Joe Renfroe Stadium.
Coahoma Community College Football mourned a tough 29-27 loss to Mississippi Delta Community College. Kalem Reddix and Kyle Jones hit the field with outstanding performances. They were chosen as the Coahoma Community College "Athletes of the Week."
Coahoma Community College Football braved out a tough 30-21 loss to Itawamba Community College. Joseph Johnson and Dequan Street are shining in the spotlight after giving impressive performances on the gridiron. They have been chosen as the Coahoma Community College "Athletes of the Week" for Week 5 of the 2019 football season.
Coahoma Community College and Itawamba Community College faced some adversity this season. Both teams were desperate and hungry to get a win in the MACJC North Division. Itawamba worked up a big start, but Coahoma didn't flee that easily.
Coahoma Community College Football experienced a tough 26-17 loss to Northeast Mississippi Community College. Jawonta Woodruff, Sammy Carter Jr., and Jarod Wetzel debuted their exceptional athletic talent through significant plays during the matchup.
Coahoma Community College and Northeast Mississippi Community College renewed their rivalry on Thursday night at the James E. Miller Stadium. Coahoma made big mistakes early but bounced back in pursuit of the victory.
Coahoma Community College Football has been marinating in a triumphant victory over Jones College. They had to refocus and prepare for a big road game against sixth ranked Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
The Coahoma Community College Softball Team played their final home doubleheader for the 2019 season against No. 10 Itawamba Community College. The Tigers gave everything they possessed internally, but the Indians took charge in a sweep (8-1, 21-1).