Category: Sports

ECCC Announces 2015-16 Cheerleaders

East Central Community College recently announced members of the 2015-16 Cheerleading Squad following tryouts held on the Decatur campus. Cheerleaders and their respective

Warriors roll past Salem in 1A Playoffs opener

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Nanih Waiya Warriors opened the MHSAA Class 1A Playoffs in fine fashion on Friday, sweeping a pair of games from Salem. Nanih Waiya was set to face off with Bogue Chitto in the…

Lady Wildcats finish softball season at 10-7

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal While they didn’t qualify for the MHSAA Class 3A State Playoffs, fist-year head coach Kylie Ming saw plenty of good things out of his Louisville High School Lady Wildcats as they closed out the…

Mooreville sweeps Louisville in 3A playoffs

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Louisville High School Wildcats saw their season come to an end last week with a pair of losses to Mooreville in the first round of the MHSAA Class 3A State Baseball Playoffs. The…

NJCAA power EMCC to host three summer football camps

Three-time NJCAA Champion East Mississippi Community College is scheduled to conduct three separate summer football camps during the month of June on the Scooba campus. Having claimed three NJCAA National Championships over the past four seasons, the EMCC Lions will…

Noxapater advances to second round of softball playoffs

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal The Lady Tigers of Noxapater High School took a convincing two-game sweep of Resurrection last week to advance to the second round of the MHSAA Class 1A State Fast-Pitch softball playoffs. Noxapater out-slugged Resurrection…

ECCC honors

ECCC Sophomore Tennis Players Honored These members of the East Central Community College tennis teams were honored during “Sophomore Appreciation Day,” held prior to the group’s final home match against Holmes Community College on April 9, 2015. The Warriors and…

Nanih Waiya’s Kite qualifies for state tournament

By Austin Bishop Winston County Journal Nanih Waiya High School’s Jake Kight fired a 77 in the Region 3-1A Golf Tournament played at Louisville Country Club on Monday to qualify for the MHSAA Class 1A State Tournament that will be…