Larry Robinson, Jr. of Forest recently won his 6th Overall Run Thru History Walk title. The annual event held on March 7 in Vicksburg’s Military Park drew over 700 participants.
Sophomore members of the East Central Community College Cheerleading Squad were honored during the basketball games against Southwest in February. Shown during the recognition ceremony are cheerleader sponsor Pauline Karcher, Logan Tadlock, Andrew Sullivan, Richard Horton, Andrew Harrell, Brianna Dailey, and Jada Autman. EC Photo
East Central Community College will officially open its new Warrior Hall football operations center with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 5, on the campus in Decatur.
The 12,300-square-foot facility is located just outside the north end zone of Warrior Field at Bailey Stadium.
Sebastopol Bobcat Reginald Shepherd has signed a letter of intent with Hinds Community College. Pictured from front left are his mother, Shanta Shepherd, Shepherd and his father Reggie Shepherd. Standing, sisters, Regina Shepherd and Rachel Shepherd, and Nicky Mooney, SHS Head Coach.
Neal Holliman is set to begin his 14th season at the helm of the East Central Community College baseball program, and his Warrior teams have been to the postseason the past 10 straight years. If the Warriors are going to make it 11 in a row they will do so with an inexperienced lineup that features just two returning starters.
Scott Central Attendance Center standout Jackie Donald signed a National Letter of Intent with Hinds Community College last week. Pictured with Donald on the front row are his mother Penny and father Jackie Donald. In back are Attendance Center Principal Steven Overstreet and High School Principal, Scott Wells.
Scott Central Standout Darion Bobbitt signed a national letter of intent with Belhaven University last week. Pictured from front left are his mother, Ashley Bobbitt, Bobbit and father Kenyon Bobbitt. Back row, Attendance Center Principal, Steven Overstreet; brother, Kobe Bobbitt and High School Principal, Scott Wells.
Forest High School standout Devonyal Lofton signed with East Mississippi Community College (EMCC) in Scooba last week. Pictured with Lofton are his mother, Chiquita Wilson, brother, Dekarai Lofton, and his father, Jeffery Wilson.
The Scott County Sports Hall of Fame is in its sixth year of having recognized former athletes and coaches who excelled in their sports with its induction of the 2020 class members.