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Preseason jamboree: Three public schools in Coahoma County playing at CCC Friday

By JOSH TROY,

Clarksdale High School will once again be hosting a preseason football jamboree at Coahoma Community College on Friday night.

The jamboree will consist of public schools from the Mississippi Delta, including Clarksdale, Coahoma County and Coahoma Early College high schools.




Marcus Dupree, left, visits Coahoma Community College

College football legend Dupree visits CCC

By VASHON K. JONES: CCC SPORTS INFORMATION,

Vashon K. Jones

CCC Sports Information

Coahoma Community College hosted the 2018 Youth Football Camp sponsored by Families First for Mississippi. More than 80 youths ages 6-13 attended the camp. Th majority of the participants came from throughout the Mississippi Delta to learn the game of football and the game of life.





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