Lee Academy had two freshman players (Maggie Etheridge and Alexis Oliver) this season to win girls’ 1 and 2 singles at the district tournament. Alexis Oliver, last year’s number one girls’ singles player for Lee, came in second this year at North State and will play in the overall State Tournament.
GOODMAN — The Coahoma Community College Baseball program has been facing ups and downs all season long. The Tigers were looking to get a big performance on the road against Holmes Community College.
Elgton Jenkins has spent his entire football career in Mississippi, first playing for the Clarksdale Wildcats before graduating in 2014 and then the Mississippi State Bulldogs, but he will begin his NFL career in a city he has never seen in person.
Seventh-grade phenomenon and already a threat on the track, Treashon Clark is easily becoming a familiar name. Of the four events she competes in (200m dash, 100m hurdles, 300m hurdles, and the 4x200m relay), Clark states her favorite being the 100m hurdles.
The Clarksdale High School softball team’s season came to an end with a loss against Corinth in the first round of the playoffs, but the Lady Wildcats ended up with a 10-4 record and have something to build on for 2020.
On April 23, the Mississippi Community College Foundation hosted the thirteenth annual Mississippi Community and Junior College Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
One former athlete or coach from each community college was inducted into the class, and the full list is below.