Nickelback James Washup, a 2017 Clarksdale High School graduate, spent the past two seasons playing for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and liked the scheme his coaches ran.
With that in mind, Washup decided to sign with Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Ark., at CHS the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 19.
T he Christmas holidays are often sad times for families in the National Football League.
Since the season for most teams usually ends in late December, that is when team owners and head coaches make decisions as to personnel moving forward and those decision can make for awkward situations.
The Coahoma County boys basketball team picked up right where it left off in district play at the end of last season as it looks to win its third consecutive Class 2A state championship.
The Red Panthers opened district competition with a 74-28 home victory against Leland on Friday night.
M ost people know Paul Thorn as an entertainer and a singer with a four piece band that’s in a class by itself.
A thousand of his friends gathered in the Shoals Theater in Florence, Ala., Saturday night to hear him perform his Americana style of music in concert.
The Coahoma Early College High School girls lost at home in a district game to Independence Friday night 35-32.
Serenity Burrell had 12 points and 14 rebounds, while Mykeria Jones had six points and six rebounds.
The Tigers defeated Independence 73-54.
The CCC Women’s Basketball squad persisted through a tough and busy week. They were looking to get payback against East Central Community College. The game was a tale of two halves for both teams. Coahoma played a productive 1st half, but East Central played a better second half and finished with a 64-49 victory.
CCC women unable to hang on to lead in 4th quarter against Northeast MS Community College