All four of our high schools in Coahoma County have experienced a tremendous amount of success — more than usual — during the 2018-19 school year.
Coahoma Community College head football coach Steven Miller and his coaching staff have made it their top priority to work harder and faster for a big bounce-back season in 2019. They journeyed up and down the nation to hunt down the best fit for their breakout team this fall.
The Lee Academy boys and girls basketball teams both finished in the sweet 16 as their seasons came to an end in the north state tournament.
The Colts, 11-16, lost to Heritage 79-31. Brett Wilson’s 18 points led the way
The Fillies, 15-13, lost to Leake 71-18. Emily Moser’s 11 points led the way.
The Lee Academy boys and girls basketball teams will both be playing in the North State tournaments after competing in the district tournament at Indianola Academy last week.
The North State tournament is at Heritage Academy with both the Colts and Fillies going in as No. 4 seeds.
The Coahoma Early College High School boys and girls basketball teams both finished their district in second place and begin the district tournament at Water Valley on Thursday night.
The Tigers, 22-5 on the season, open against North Panola at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
I realize it is a business, but public relations is a part of the business.
Amateur Athletic Union basketball has been in Clarksdale the past three years and it is still growing.
Dennis Dupree Jr., son of Clarksdale Municipal School District Superintendent, Dennis Dupree, Sr. and wife, Shelia, founded the Mississippi Delta Elite team.
The Coahoma Community College Football Program will hold a tryout on Friday, February 22 at the James E. Miller Stadium, located at 3240 Friars Point Road; Clarksdale, Mississippi. With registration beginning at 9:30 a.m., it will continue until 4:00 p.m.