EL DORADO, Kansas — Recently, the Coahoma Community College Track Team visited El Dorado to participate in 2018 NJCAA Division I Track and Field Championships. The Tigers finished 21st in the nation with only six CCC athletes participating.
Regardless of what occurred at Lee Academy ten days ago, the school’s athletic teams had unprecedented success during the 2017-18 school year.
“I prefer to concentrate on the positive aspects of the school year,” Lee Athletic Director Rick Johnston said this week.
Coahoma Baseball has opened the door for many athletes who want to be a part of Tiger Nation. Four International players made that commitment in 2016, and two years later have become productive men. They are part of the winningest sophomore class in Coahoma Community College history.
Coahoma women’s basketball has been putting in serious work this offseason. They were looking for the best recruits in America to turn around the Lady Tigers. Three talented young ladies signed scholarships to be a part of “Tiger Nation.”
All three signees come from Clarksdale High School in Clarksdale, MS.
N ow that the riff-raff is out of the way, basketball fans can concentrate on the rest of the National Basketball Association season.
The regular season is behind us now and the playoffs are continuing. All that’s left are the conference finals and the championship series.
Roy Curry may be 78 years old, but there are still people who do not know about the legendary Jackson State University football player.
Markevious Holmes’ 50-yard interception return for a touchdown was the difference as Coahoma County won its first spring football jamboree game against Madison Palmer High School at Coahoma Community College on Friday night.
After coming off of a disappointing 2017 football season where expectations were not met, Clarksdale got off to the start it was looking for in its spring game with a 13-10 win against Oxford in Vaught-Hemmingway at Ole Miss on Thursday, May 10 thanks to a late goal-line stand.
A W.A. Higgins Middle School student lost their home in a house fire and faculty and the Coahoma County Sheriff’s Office came together with a benefit basketball game last Friday to help raise money for the family.
The Clarksdale-Coahoma County Sports Hall of Fame inducted 10 new members at its seventh annual banquet in the Pinnacle at Coahoma Community College on Saturday night.
The Clarksdale Exchange Club oversees the hall of fame.