Expectations are sky high for eighth grader Irieyonia “Mook” Jackson’s basketball career at Coahoma Early College High School.
Jackson, a point guard, comes from the town of Coahoma and has been preparing for the big stage with the Lady Tigers since her career began in third grade at Jonestown Elementary School.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve missed being able to watch high school sports the past few weeks.
I understood why high schools throughout Mississippi and other parts of the country had to temporarily close. The coronavirus was just too dangerous.
OXFORD — Foul trouble proved costly for the Coahoma County High School girls in the Class 2A state championship against Calhoun City at Ole Miss Friday.
The Lady Red Panthers (29-4, 10-0) had two athletes foul out down the stretch and lost 67-57 in overtime to the Lady Wildcats.
The Coahoma County High School boys are one game away from winning their third Class 2A state championship in four years.
Potts Camp, a former division opponent, is the one team standing in the way of the Red Panthers (23-10, 9-1). The Cardinals and Red Panthers will face off in the state championship at 3 p.m. Friday at Ole Miss.
K9 officer Horace Whitehead showed his skills on the basketball court by earning the game’s MVP for the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Department in a 67-56 victory against the Clarksdale Fire Department at the Coahoma County Expo Center Friday afternoon.
When I think of the 2019 football season in Coahoma County for both high school and junior college, the word transition first comes to mind.
All five teams in some way have not completely fulfilled their potential, but are also on the right path to building more successful programs.