Ashley Langham and Dylan Shoemaker have been named the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week and Men’s Soccer Goalkeeper of the Week, respectively, for the week of Oct. 9-Oct. 15, 2017.
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The East Central Community College women’s soccer team got goals from three different players en route to a 3-1 win over Southwest Mississippi Community College Friday in Summit.
East Central completed its season with a 6-4-2 overall record and 3-4-1 in the MACJC North Division.
Lake football coach Tate Hanna probably put it best about playing Newton this week.
“It doesn’t really matter what the records are, their kids are going to get after us and we are going to get after them,” Hanna said.
The Newton County softball dynasty just keeps on growing.
The Lady Cougars added a 12th slow-pitch title to that collection on Saturday as they battled back from a Game 1 loss to beat Nettleton.
Despite winning their fifth straight title, Newton County coach Justin Chaney was overcome with emotion after the title was in hand.
It was more of the same for the Newton County Cougars this past week as West Lauderdale took a 44-0 on Friday night.
Newton County falls to 1-9 on the season and will host Northeast Jones in the season finale on Friday night.
For coach Gene Mitchell, it was just another in the long line of frustrating losses for the Cougars.
Numerous East Central Community College students were recipients of endowed and annual scholarships and were recognized during a reception held recently in the Brackeen-Wood Gymnasium on the Decatur campus.
East Central Community College in Decatur will dramatically increase the value of the scholarships it awards at various ACT composite score levels beginning with the fall 2018 semester to provide greater financial support to more students.
The No. 6 ranked Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers lived up to their lofty ranking by spoiling East Central Community College’s Homecoming with a 38-0 win over the Warriors in a non-division football game Oct. 19 at Bailey Stadium on the ECCC campus in Decatur.