Longtime local coach Micheal Stringer was named the new Kemper County High School boys basketball coach.
Stringer recently resigned from Coahoma Community College.
He is a 1994 Coahoma County High School graduate, coached at Clarksdale High School and then-Coahoma Agricultural High School.
After Coahoma Community College men’s basketball coach Micheal Stringer announced his resignation after six years on a video and he was asked to leave campus the following day.
In the video Stringer thanked God for opportunity to be at CCC for six years. He played basketball for CCC, graduated from Coahoma County High School in 1994, was the Oakhurst Middle School principal and coached in several capacities in the Clarksdale Municipal School District and then-Coahoma Agricultural High School. He talked about how he worked in community for 20 years total.