Sports

ECCC Diamond Darlings

(front row, from left) Nat Reed, Nanih Waiya; Fallon Beckham, Philadelphia; Dakota Hollingsworth, Lake; Katy Ezelle, Decatur; Jennifer Argueta, Forest; and Madison Barnett and Haley Pierce, both of Noxapater; (second row, from left) Sydney Rogers, Nanih Waiya; Bree Burnley, Kosciusko; McKenzie Rogers, Nanih Waiya; Nohemi Velez, Philadelphia; Addie Ambrosier, Magee; Sarah Hall, Philadelphia; Alana Kron, Decatur; and Kimberly Harrison, Forest; and (back row, from left) Ashley Young, Louisville; Lauren Cassel, Union; Kaitlyn Blue and Kaitlin Sellers, both of Ellisville; Kaley Pennington, Pelahatchie; Katherine Fortenberry, Raleigh; and Haleigh Moore and Sequence Spears, both of Philadelphia. Diamond Darlings provide assistance for the Warrior baseball team. Assistant baseball coach Austin Golden serves as sponsor. (EC Photo)

Members of the Diamond Darlings at East Central Community College in Decatur and their respective hometowns include: … Read more

Sports Schedules – 11/19/2014

WED, NOV. 19
Women’s College Basketball
TBA — West Alabama at Stillman

THURS, NOV. 20
Prep Basketball
TBA — Caledonia Tournament (Choctaw County entered)
6 p.m. — Neshoba Central at Louisville
6 p.m. — Nanih Waiya at Sebastopol
6 p.m. … Read more

8-4 Wildcats play host to Mooreville on Friday night

LHS in an earlier game

By Austin Bishop
The Winston County Journal

Louisville High School head football coach M.C. Miller didn’t see anything Friday night in his team’s 38-8 win over Holly Springs in the first round of the MHSAA Class 4A State Football Playoffs … Read more

Winners

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ECCC Intramural Football Champions

L’ville captured the intramural football title at East Central Community College in Decatur.… Read more

Goss, Roberts help EMCC take state championship

Former Louisville High School standout Desmond Goss (16) hauls in a touchdown pass from Chad Kelly during EMCC's 54-15 win over Co-Lin on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Robertson)

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

WESSON — After giving up 480 yards of total offense and 54 eight touchdown, Copiah-Lincoln finally found a way to slow down East Mississippi Community College’s potent offense.

As the Lions gathered on the … Read more

McMullan finishes eight in state cross-country meet

By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal

Nanih Waiya High School junior Kenley McMullan posted a time of 22:14.4 at Choctaw Trails in Clinton on Saturday to take eighth in the MHSAA Class 1A Girls State Cross-County Championships.

NW’s Tristen Cotton … Read more