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Gulf Coast Pushes Win Streak To 7
Release Date:2/25/2017
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

D’IBERVILLE — Mississippi Gulf Coast swept its third straight doubleheader Saturday to extend its win streak to seven games.

The Bulldogs (7-1) defeated Dyersburg State 12-10 and needed only five innings to beat Kaskaskia 13-3 at D’Iberville High School. Both are NJCAA Division I schools. Gulf Coast plays in Division II.

“We pitched well in spots and we swung the bats well all day long,” Batts said. “Overall, I was pleased with the desire and the effort they played with.”

Chase Rhodes (So., St. Stanislaus/Bay St. Louis) had a double and triple among three hits, driving in three runs against Dyersburg (12-2), which had swept Pearl River on Friday. Sam Taylor (So., New Hope/Columbus) had a two-run homer, and Tyler Evans (So., D'Iberville/D'Iberville) two-run triple.

Dylan Menhennett (Fr., Biloxi/Biloxi) also doubled for Gulf Coast to drive in two runs.

Dylan Mills-Derouen (R-So., Biloxi/Biloxi) picked up on the win to improve to 2-1.

In the nightcap, the Bulldogs exploded for seven runs in the fourth inning. Beau Bratton (Fr., St. Patrick/Biloxi) made his first collegiate homer memorable with a grand slam.

Donald Stokes (R-Fr., Ocean Springs/Pascagoula) doubled for Gulf Coast, and Ty Barnes (Fr., Petal/Petal) didn’t allow an earned run while giving up just four hits. He’s 2-0 on the season.

Kaskaskia falls to 2-6.

The Bulldogs return to action Tuesday when they travel to Thomasville, Ala., to play Alabama Southern. First pitch is at 1 p.m.

“We’ve just got to keep working,” Batts said. “You can’t worry about what your record is. You can’t worry about how many wins you have in a row. I told them the more we win, the harder we’re going to work. That’s why we’ve gotten to where we are.”

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.

Men's Basketball Headlines
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ECCC Warrior Basketball Wins Double Overtime Thriller Against Hinds
Release Date: 2/24/2017
East Central Community College

The East Central Community College men’s basketball team won a 122-119 double overtime thriller over Hinds Community College on “Sophomore Night” in Brackeen-Wood Gymnasium Thursday, Feb. 23.

The Warrior basketball team earned an NJCAA Region 23 Tournament berth with the win over the Bulldogs.

ECCC started out slow in the first half, trailing Hinds 51-42 at the intermission.

The Warriors continued to trail most of the second half before taking the lead with six minutes left. The Bulldogs did not go down without a fight tying the game up several times, including on a last second shot to send the game into its first overtime tied 97-97.

The game then went into double overtime tied at 107, before the Warriors pulled away with victory.

East Central had several players step up after the Warriors got into foul trouble, including freshman guard Thurston McCarty of Quitman High School who put up a career-high of 28 points and scoring many late key baskets for the Warriors.

Other Warriors in double-digit scoring were sophomore Tonzell Handy of Lanier High School with 17 points, freshman Cayman Ruffin of Neshoba Central with 14, sophomore Shaquille Benson of Hahnville (La.) High School and Cameron Diggs of Blount (Ala.) High School with 13 each, and Jaquan Dotson, also from Neshoba Central, with 11 points.

The Warriors shot 60 percent from the field for the game.

ECCC ends the regular season 9-5 in MACJC South Division and 14-9 overall.

The Warriors now move on to face Northeast Mississippi Community College MACJC State Tournament as the No. 4 Seed from the South Division. Northeast is the No. 1 Seed from the North Division. The teams will meet Tuesday, Feb. 28, at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville. Tipoff is set for 3 p.m.

Women's Basketball Headlines
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Lady Tigers Ready For Return To Postseason Following Three-Year Drought
Release Date: 2/27/2017
Northeast Mississippi Community College

ELLISVILLE, Miss. – The Northeast Mississippi Community College women’s basketball program is ready to return to its rightful place in the postseason after the longest stretch away from the playoffs in three decades.

The Lady Tigers meet Hinds Community College in the opening round of the 2017 Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) State Tournament on Monday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. inside A.B. Howard Gymnasium on the Jones County Junior College campus.

Every Northeast game in the MACJC State Tournament will air live and in high definition on NEMCCTV. Tune in starting 15 minutes prior to tipoff for the pregame show by visiting www.nemcctv.com on any computer, tablet or smartphone.

The Northeast Broadcasting Network also includes Booneville based radio station WBIP. An audio simulcast featuring Jody Presley and Carter Smith, the Voices of the Tigers, can be heard on 99.7 FM and AM 1400 on your digital dial.

Search and follow @NEMCCTigers on Twitter for live in-game updates and interact during the matchup by using the hashtag #TigerPower across all social media platforms.

The Lady Tigers are back in the MACJC State Tournament following a three-year hiatus. Northeast, which has captured more state championships than any program in the league, qualified for the postseason as the North Division runner-up.

Northeast last reached the playoffs during the 2012-13 campaign. The Lady Tigers finished as the state runner-up to Copiah-Lincoln Community College and participated in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 23 Tournament that year.

The Lady Bulldogs are themselves concluding a lengthy postseason draught. Hinds (18-5) advanced to the MACJC State Tournament as the third placed seed out of the South Division.

Northeast head coach Brenda Mayes is happy to lead her alma mater to the playoffs in her second season at the helm after missing the state tournament by only one game last year.

“We’ve worked hard all year long,” she said. “We didn’t want anybody to control our destiny. We wanted to control it ourselves. I’m proud of them. I’ve just tried to encourage the ladies to push each other each day.”

The Lady Tigers (15-8) feature four players that have averaged double figures throughout the entire campaign, including a trio of sensational sophomores that have set the tone all season.

LaKeiya Lane tops that group with 17 points per game. The Southaven High School graduate also guides Northeast with additional team-highs of 4.9 assists and 2.2 steals each outing.

“We all feel good,” said Lane. “We know our task and we’ve got to get the job finished. We’ve got to play smart, play good defense because that wins the games and be aggressive.”

Reigning MACJC All-State selection Shelby Wilbanks of Walnut continues to produce impressive numbers with 16.4 points and a team-best 8.4 boards. She has now scored in double-digits during 44 of her 46 career contests with the Lady Tigers.

“We’ve got good momentum going into the tournament because we know we’ve got a better team all around,” Wilbanks said. “We’ve got a lot of good girls that come to do their jobs. We’re just going to do our best and see what we can do.”

Baldwyn High School alumnus Timaya Stewart rounds out the trio of upperclassmen for Northeast. The 5-7 guard posts 13.2 points and is an underestimated rebounder with 6.3 per game, which is presently third most on the squad.

Aundrea Adams is the fourth double-figure scorer for the Lady Tigers with 13.3 points. The Corinth product shoots 55-percent from the floor, which is second best in the Magnolia State and among the top 40 athletes in the country.

Sophomore guard Octavia Barnes paces Hinds with 11.9 points per matchup. Freshman center Twila Hill follows her with 10.7 points plus team-highs of 7.8 rebounds and two blocks.

Northeast currently ranks 13th in the NJCAA with 18.6 offensive rebounds each contest and 15th at 47.3 total boards per game. The Lady Tigers also register the 12th best assist figure in the nation with an average of 18.1.

The winner between Northeast and the Lady Bulldogs battles the victor between Holmes Community College and host Jones County in the semifinals on Wednesday, March 1. The women’s championship contest is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. one night later.

Football Headlines
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David Boykin Joins Buddy Stephens’ EMCC Football Coaching Staff As Offensive Coordinator
Release Date: 2/22/2017
East Mississippi Community College

SCOOBA – With nearly two decades of coaching experience working with some of Mississippi’s most successful high school football programs, David Boykin has been hired as East Mississippi Community College’s offensive coordinator. The hiring was announced this week by 10th-year EMCC head football coach Buddy Stephens.

Boykin comes to the three-time NJCAA champion EMCC Lions after spending the past three seasons as the offensive coordinator at Starkville High School under the guidance of head coaches Jamie Mitchell and Ricky Woods. The Yellow Jackets compiled a three-year record of 34-6, including claiming the 2015 Class 6A state championship with a 14-1 mark after advancing to the state semifinals the year prior with a 13-1 record. In addition to ranking among the nation’s Top 20 teams during those back-to-back seasons as 6A District II champions, the Jackets averaged 37.8 and 34.3 points per game in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

“I am very excited about joining Coach (Buddy) Stephens’ staff here at EMCC,” Boykin said. “I’m blessed and proud to be associated with such a championship program, and I look forward to helping the Lions continue that success for years to come.”

Prior to Starkville, Boykin enjoyed previous success during a four-year stint as offensive coordinator and assistant head coach for M.C. Miller at Louisville High School. Capped by an undefeated 2013 campaign in which the 16-0 Wildcats averaged nearly 40 points per contest en route to winning the Class 3A state title, Louisville went 46-12 between the 2010 and 2013 seasons.

Having gained valuable head coaching experience at Caledonia High School for three seasons (2006-07 & ’09), Boykin spent the 2008 campaign in the collegiate ranks coaching tight ends at the University of North Alabama under the direction of current Louisiana-Lafayette head coach Mark Hudspeth. The 12-2 UNA Lions advanced to the NCAA Division II national semifinals prior to Boykin returning to the high school coaching ranks at Caledonia the following year.

Boykin’s initial coaching experience within the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) took place under Miller’s direction at Noxubee County High School. Beginning in 2003, the Tigers posted a three-year composite mark of 28-10 and advanced to the Class 4A state playoffs all three seasons.

A native of Noxubee County, Boykin kicked off his coaching career at his alma mater, Macon’s Central Academy.

No stranger to the Scooba campus, Boykin pitched for the EMCC Lions during the 1990 and 1991 baseball seasons. He went on to earn his bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University before completing his master’s degree in educational leadership from the Mississippi University for Women.

Boykin is married to the former Nina Studdard, of Macon, and they have three children – daughters, Codye (Estes) and Connor, and son, Sy Hunter. They also have one grandson, Aubrey Estes.

Golf Headlines
Latest Golf Story

EMCC Lions Begin Spring Golf Slate With Ninth-place Team Finish At Faulkner State Invitational
Release Date: 2/21/2017
East Mississippi Community College

FAIRHOPE, Ala. – East Mississippi Community College opened its spring golf slate this past weekend by collecting ninth-place team honors in the Faulkner State Invitational played at Rock Creek Golf Club.

Coach Benji Williams’ EMCC Lions improved a dozen strokes from Saturday’s opening round by carding a 307 on Sunday. The team’s two-day total of 626 was just 11 strokes behind second-ranked Mississippi Gulf Coast (307-308—615). Fellow MACJC foes Copiah-Lincoln (301-298—599) and Meridian (302-301—603) finished third and fourth, respectively, in the 13-team field.

Eastern Florida State (296-278—574) breezed to the 24-stroke victory over runner-up Spring Hill College (302-296—598). EFSC’s Brad Bawden (72-69—141) claimed individual medalist honors with a 2-shot win over teammate Mathieu Echlard and Spring Hill’s David Kirkman.

Freshman Joey Partin again led EMCC by tying for 10th place individually with a composite score of 150. The Prairieville, Louisiana native entered Sunday’s final round just two shots off the lead after firing an opening-round 73.

Lion sophomores Michael McGill and Kent Vaughn both shot 78 on Sunday to complete the weekend tied for 36th and 39th, respectively, with two-day totals of 158 and 159. Freshman Conner Stevens cut 12 strokes off his opening round with a 74 on Sunday to tie for 42nd place at 160.

Rounding out EMCC’s spring-opening scorecard was freshman Eli Hemphill in 63rd place (85-88—173).

The East Mississippi men’s golf team returns to MACJC action March 6-7 at Northwood Country Club in Meridian. Hosted by Meridian Community College, the upcoming two-day tournament will mark the fifth MACJC golf event of the 2016-17 season and first of the spring slate.


Rodeo Headlines
Latest Rodeo Story

EMCC Set To Host Intercollegiate Rodeo At Lauderdale County Agri-Center
Release Date: 2/20/2017
East Mississippi Community College

SCOOBA — More than 200 college cowboys and cowgirls will compete this week at the Lauderdale County Agri-Center in Meridian during a National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association-sanctioned event hosted by East Mississippi Community College’s rodeo team.

Gates will open nightly at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tickets for the three-day event are $10 at the door and $5 for students. Admission is free for children age 5 and younger. The rodeo will also feature a calf scramble for children ages 6-10 and a pig scramble for children 5 and younger.

This is the first year the EMCC-hosted rodeo event will take place at the Lauderdale County Agri-Center. The rodeo was previously held at The Ranch in West Point the past four years.

“We are excited about the move to Meridian,” EMCC head rodeo coach Morgan Goodrich said. “It is a nice facility and has plenty of horse stalls and hookups. Also, there are a lot of hotels and places to eat available to those who are coming from out of town.”

Collegiate participants within the 10-team Ozark Region will compete in bareback riding, tie-down roping, breakaway roping, saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, goat tying, team roping, barrel racing and bull riding. Contestants hail from four-year universities and two-year junior colleges located in Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri.

This week’s NIRA Ozark Region event in Meridian begins the spring rodeo season and is the sixth regional event of the 10 slated for the 2016-17 college season. The contestants compete for points during each event in hopes of making it to the College National Finals Rodeo to be held in June in Casper, Wyoming. Presently ranked 11th nationally and second regionally behind nationally top-ranked Missouri Valley College, the EMCC men’s rodeo team closed out a successful fall campaign by claiming back-to-back titles at Murray State University and Southern Arkansas University.

Headlining EMCC’s rodeo program again this year is Poplarville native Marcus Theriot, who claimed the All-Around national championship and individual tie-down roping title during last year’s College National Finals Rodeo.


Men's Soccer Headlines
Latest Men's Soccer Story

MGCCC Schedules Soccer Tryouts
Release Date: 2/12/2017
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON — Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College will hold soccer tryouts on Feb. 18.

The women’s tryout will begin at 2 p.m., with the women’s tryout beginning at 4 p.m. Both will take place at the MGCCC Soccer Complex.

Players should bring cleats and shin guards. They also should wear white shirts.

For more information, contact women’s coach Jackie Rhodes at jacqueline.rhodes@mgccc.edu or men’s coach Chris Handy at chris.handy@mgccc.edu.

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to mgcccbulldogs.com.


Women's Soccer Headlines
Latest Women's Soccer Story

Lady Eagles Set To Host Tryouts
Release Date: 2/19/2017
Hinds Community College

The Hinds Community College women's soccer program will have tryouts Wednesday, March 1 at 7:00 pm. The tryouts will take place at Tom Shepherd Field on the Raymond campus.

All participants must bring a current physical.

For more information, contact Head Coach Emily Homan at emily.homan@hindscc.edu. Print Friendly Version


Softball Headlines
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Holmes Softball
Release Date: 2/25/2017
Holmes Community College

MERIDIAN --- The Holmes Community College Lady Bulldogs won one of five games here Friday and Saturday in the Meridian Tournament.

The Lady Bulldogs are 4-8 on the season. Holmes travels to Marion Military Institute on Tuesday at 1/3 p.m. and then to Faulkner State Community College on Friday, March 3 at 1/3 p.m.

On Saturday in game one, the Lady Bulldogs fell to Shelton State, 8-0. Meghan Cumming suffered the loss on the mound. She went five innings and gave up eight runs on eight hits with six strikeouts.

On Saturday in game two, Karley Poindexter picked up the win in the Lady Bulldogs’ 8-6 win over Baton Rouge. She went seven innings and gave up six runs on 10 hits with three strikeouts and one walk. Bayle Bryant led the Lady Bulldogs with four hits including two doubles. Jana Newell had a homerun while Micah Redd and Madison Fields added a double.

In Friday’s game one, the Lady Bulldogs suffered a heartbreaking loss in the bottom of the seventh inning when Faulkner State scored a run to win the game, 5-4. Kaitlyn Warren was charged with the loss after 1 1/3 innings of work in relief. She gave up one run on four hits with a walk. Karley Poindexter got the start and went five innings giving up four runs on seven hits with one strikeout. Micah Redd and Madison Fields each had a double.

In Friday’s game two, the Lady Bulldogs fell to Northwest Florida, 2-0. Meghan Cumming suffered the loss. She went six innings and gave up two runs on eight hits with four strikeouts.

In Friday’s game three, the Lady Bulldogs fell 9-3 to Spoon River. Madison Frazier got the loss. She went 4 1/3 innings and gave up three runs on five hits with one strikeout and two walks. Juliette Warriner went 1 1/3 innings and gave up two runs on three hits with a walk while Poindexter went 1 1/3 innings and gave up four runs on three hits with one strikeout and two walks. Emily Littlejohn led with two doubles while Fields had a double.


Tennis Headlines
Latest Tennis Story

ECCC Women’s, Men’s Tennis Teams Find Success In Road Doubleheader
Release Date: 2/27/2017
East Central Community College

The East Central Community College men’s and women’s tennis teams went on the road Friday, Feb. 24, and played two matches each in the same afternoon and came home with a 3-1 record from the trip.

The Warriors and Lady Warriors both faced Itawamba Community College in Fulton with the East Central women winning 7-2, while the No. 22 ranked men lost a hard fought 5-4 match to the No. 25 Indians. Later that afternoon, the East Central teams faced Northeast Mississippi Community College, also on the courts in Fulton, with the Lady Warriors again winning, this time 9-0, with the East Central men getting back on the winning track with a 9-0 shutout of the Tigers.

The ECCC men are now 4-2 on the season, while the women improved to 3-3 with their third straight match win.

“Our women’s team was focused on victories and would not be denied,” said ECCC head tennis coach Jay Pacelli. “They played with a positive attitude throughout the day. Overall, they are very confident at this time.

“On the men’s side, the loss to Itawamba was heartbreaking. It was a marathon match that came down to a couple of points against a very good ICC team. Our guys were not happy going into the match with Northeast, and they played very well.”

In men’s doubles action against Itawamba, ICC’s David Garcia-Perez/Brendon Jobe beat the EC team of Tom Langelaar from Veldhoven, Netherlands, and Joseph Jabour of Warren Central High School, 8-5; EC’s John Jimenez of Oruro, Bolivia, and Will Stewart of Newton County High School defeated Ezra Blissard/Chris Shands, 8-4; and Roberto Valadez/Russell Applewhite defeated EC’s Brandon Rogers of Winston Academy and Willie Wooten out of Warren Central High School, 8-5.

In singles play, Garcia-Perez defeated EC’s Langelaar, 6-3, 6-4; EC’s Jimenez defeated Jobe, 6-3, 6-3; EC’s Jabour defeated Blissard, 6-2, 6-4; Shands beat EC’s Stewart, 6-3, 6-4; EC’s Rogers beat Valadez, 2-6, 6-4 (11-9); and Applewhite beat EC’s Graham Murphree out of Newton County High School, 3-6, 6-3 (12-10).

In the women’s doubles matches at Itawamba, ICC’s Jordan Roberts/Bailey Gillentine beat EC’s Tatiana Quinonez of Bogota, Columbia, and Julia Johnston of Florence High School, 8-5; EC’s Chaney Mills of Newton County High School and Andi McCrimon of Winston Academy defeated Karli Garrett/Lizbeth Jiminez, 8-2; and EC’s Samantha McCrimon of Winston Academy and Hannah Payne from Union High School beat Georgia Campbell/Charity Tedford, 8-3. In women’s singles play, Roberts beat EC’s Quinonez, 6-2, 6-1; EC’s Mills beat Gillentine, 6-4, 6-2; EC’s Johnston beat Garrett, 6-2, 6-0; EC’s Andi McCrimon defeated Campbell, 6-1, 6-1; EC’s An Duong from Richland High School beat Jiminez, 6-4, 6-2; and EC’s Emily Dykeman of Forest High School defeated Tedford, 6-1, 5-7 (10-7).

In men’s doubles action against Northeast, the EC team of Langelaar/Jabour beat Alan Riveria/Andrew Price, 8-1; EC’s Jimenez/Stewart defeated Tomas Tucker/Jacob Price, 8-0; and EC’s Rogers/Wooten beat Corey Lindsey/Chandler Walden, 8-1.

In singles play, EC’s Langelaar defeated Riveria, 6-0, 6-0; EC’s Jimenez defeated Walden, 6-1, 6-0; EC’s Jabour defeated Jacob Price, 6-1, 6-2; EC’s Stewart defeated Tucker, 6-4, 6-0; EC’s Emontie Lewis out of Terry High School beat Lindsey, 6-2, 6-2; and EC’s Murphree beat Jacob Jeffrys, 6-0, 6-0.

In the women’s doubles matches against Northeast, EC’s Quinonez/Johnston beat Abbey Hollowel/Meredith Murphy, 8-2; EC’s Mills/Andi McCrimon defeated Maegan Trexler/Kristina Taylor, 8-0; and EC’s Samantha McCrimon/Payne beat Sara Talley/Amber Norris, 8-4.

In women’s singles play, EC’s Quinonez beat Trexler, 6-0, 6-0; EC’s Mills beat Hollowel, 6-1, 6-0; EC’s Johnston beat Murphy, 6-1, 6-3; EC’s Andi McCrimon defeated Taylor, 6-1, 6-1; EC’s Duong beat Norris, 6-2, 6-0; and EC’s Dykeman defeated Talley, 6-1, 6-0.

The East Central men’s and women’s teams travel to Perkinston Friday, March 3, to face Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College at 2 p.m. The Gulf Coast women are ranked No. 20 nationally and the men are No. 18.


Track & Field Headlines
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Eagles Look To Bring Home Hardware Next Week At Indoor Nationals
Release Date: 2/24/2017
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – The Hinds Community College men's and women's track teams have experienced a great deal of success during the 2017 Indoor Track season. During the entire season, Hinds has been competing in meets that have featured four-year programs. Both teams have multiple members that have qualified for the NJCAA Indoor Nationals in Pittsburg, Ks.

Women:

400 meter dash- Lakeia Hill and Gatashyka Lyons 4x400 meter relay- Jade Hayes, Lakeia Hill, A'Dreama Johnson and Gatashyka Lyons Long Jump- Jade Hayes

Men:

60 meter dash- Keitavious Walter, John Jones, Correion Mosby

200 meter dash- Correion Mosby, Keitavious Walter and DeMicheal Harris

400 meter dash- Tyler Terry and Kaderius Rogers

60 meter hurdles- Christian Boyd

4x400 meter relay pool: Tyler Terry, Christian Boyd, Alfred Thomas, Keshun Reed, Correion Mosby, Kaderius Rogers, Keitavious Walter, John Jones and DeMicheal Harris

High Jump- Eric Richards

Long Jump- Freddie Singleton and Deshaven Flowers

"This group has definitely been a pleasure to coach this season. I am confident that we will go on the road next week and compete well in each event. Our kids have trusted the process tremendously and understand the importance of getting better each week. It is always fun to see where our stands against the other top talent in the country."-Head Coach Reginald Dillon

The meet will be March 3-4 and can be seen live on flotrack.com.



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ICC To Host Cheer Clinics And Tryouts
Release Date: 2/14/2017
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – Itawamba Community College Cheer sponsor Emily Lamb has announce the dates for the 2017 Cheer Clinics and Tryouts.

Clinic dates will be March 27 and 29 along with April 3 and 5 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Intramural Gym located in the Fitness Center and will cost $40.00. Participants are require to attend all four clinics and be able to perform a back handspring to be able to tryout.

Tryouts will be held on April 6, at 3:00 p.m. All clinics and tryouts are closed to the public. Only those participating in the clinics or tryouts are allowed in the facility.

For more information, contact Emily Lamb at eglamb@iccms.edu or 662-862-8173.




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All-Time Winningest NJCAA Coaches From
The Mississippi Association of Community & Junior Colleges (MACJC)

Gwyn Young
Co-Lin CC
Winningest Active Women’s Basketball Head Coach
Record: 887-249

Gene Murphy
Hinds CC
Winningest Active
Football Head Coach
Record: 172-76-5

George Sekul
MS Gulf Coast CC
1966-1991 - 26 Seasons
Two Football National Championships
Record: 205-77-5

Bobby Franklin
Northwest
1981-2004 - 25 Seasons
Two Football National Championships
Record: 201-57-6

Sim Cooley
Jones County JC
Football Head Coach
1961-1987 - 27 Seasons
Record: 187-92-5