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.
It was an unprecedented amount of success for high school basketball in Coahoma County for the 2018-19 season.
Offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins is projected to be selected in the first or second round of the NFL Draft this weekend, but the Clarksdale native has not forgotten his roots.
A senior at Coahoma County High School and collegiate prospect, Shuniia Wrenn is at the top of her game. Recently a member of the 2019 Girls’ Delta Valley Conference Champions, Wrenn serves as the third leg on the girls’ 4x100 meter relay team, runs the meters and also long jumps.
Last Thursday, Coahoma’s renowned high school coach received the one award missing from his arsenal. Mississippi High School Activities Association, Inc. awarded Derrick Moore of Coahoma County High School “Coach of the Year” for boys’ basketball.
Clarksdale resident Alcorn Russell has been at a disadvantage for several years, but that did not stop him from winning the 2018 Magnolia Mississippi Chapter of Safari Club International Greg Kitchens Outstanding Hunter Award.