East Central Community College announced plans today to construct a $2.6 million football... READ MORE
East Central Community College trustees are working hard to ensure students have opportunities to learn the most up-to-date skills and techniques through constant expansion and revision of the college’s course offerings.
The Newton County Lady Cougars racked up five more wins last week, including a pair of doubleheaders sweeps of Northwest Rankin and Raleigh.
Newton County (19-2) returned to action with Enterprise on Monday and SE Lauderdale on Tuesday.
The Union Lady Yellowjackets swept a doubleheader from Leake Central in their only action last week, winning 14-0 and 13-3.
Union’s only schedule game this week is at Philadelphia on Tuesday. They will play a doubleheader against Forest on Monday, Oct. 1
The Lake Hornets had a rough week on the softball diamond as the lost three out of four contests.
After a beating Newton 27-2, the Lady Hornets lost 16-0 and 16-1 to Neshoba and then dropped a 9-4 division contest to Enterprise.
The Lake Hornets gave a large homecoming crowd a thrill victory on Friday night but might have given head coach Tate Hanna a stomach ulcer.
The Hornets trailed 21-20 at the half but scored 27 second-half points to beat Richland 47-21 on Friday night.