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4..................................................................Presidental Welcome 28-29......................................................2013 Sports Hall of Fame 5........................................................................Board of Trustees 30-31........................................................Game-by-Game Results 6.........................................................Athletic Director Welcome 32-35....................................................................Opponent Series 7...............................Athletic Director David Robbins Biography 36-37...................................................2014 Opponent Breakdown 8.....................Assistant Athletic Director Kent Farris Biography 38-40................................................................2014 Team Preview 9.................................................................Athletic Support Staff 10-15.....................................................................Coaching Bios 16...............................Athletic Trainer Hope Kingsley Biography 16.............................Cheerleading Coach Karri Davis Biography

41................................................................2014 Numerical Roster 42-45....................................................................2014 Player Bios 46...........................................................2014 Geographical Roster 47.........................................................Area High School Coaches

17................Sports Information Director Blake Long Biography 48......................................2014 Showband from Tigerland Roster 17.................................................................History of the Tigers 18..........................................................................Retired Jerseys 19............................................MACJC All-Star Football Classic 20.................................................MACJC Community Colleges 21.............................Distances to MACJC Community Colleges

49.................................................................2014-15 Cheerleaders 50-53..............................................2013 NEMCC Team Statistics 54-62.............................................2013 Game-by-Game Statistics 63-64...............................................2013 MACJC Team Statistics

22......................................................................Tigers in the Pros 65-68........................................2013 MACJC Individual Statistics 23.....................................................................Four-year Signees 69..................................................2014 MACJC Master Schedule 24-25.....................................................................All-Americans 70......................................................................JucoWeekly.org Ad 26..............................................2013-14 Athletic Year in Review 71...................................................................................Sodexo Ad 27.............................................................................Social Media 72.............................................................................2014 Schedule

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2014 Football Media Guide

The 2014 Northeast Mississippi Community College Football Media Guide was produced in the Public Information Office of the college under the direction of Associate Vice President of Public Information Tony Finch and Sports Information Director Blake Long. Layout and design was handled by Public Information Specialist Michael H. Miller

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Letter from the President Dear Friends of Northeast: Thank you for your support of the athletic efforts of Northeast Mississippi Community College. Each coach and each athlete has worked hard to ensure that our teams are ready to give performances that make you proud to be a “Tiger Fan.� Northeast exists to provide educational, recreational and social resources for students and supporters to grow and enjoy their accomplishments. While you are on campus, I hope you have a safe and enjoyable visit. I trust you will use this opportunity to get to know our students, coaches and staff. We are always ready to assist you to enjoy your time with us. Thank you for everything that you do to encourage and support our efforts. We are always glad to have you on our campus.

Sincerely, Johnny L. Allen President 4

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Board of Trustees

T. Jack Ramsey

Bill Breedlove

John O. Cunningham

Chairman Tenure of Service: 1983 Tishomingo County/Banker

Vice Chairman Tenure of Service: 1999 Prentiss County Businessman

Secretary Tenure of Service: 1995 Prentiss County Businessman

Ken Basil

Alvie Blakney

Randle Downs

Tenure of Service: 2008 Union County Superintendent of Education

Tenure of Service: 2011 Tishomingo County Retired Businessman

Tenure of Service: 2012 Prentiss County Superintendent of Education

Troy Holliday Tenure of Service: 1964 Tippah County Businessman

Christie Holly Tenure of Service: 2014 Tishomingo County Superintendent of Education

Douglas Jackson Tenure of Service: 1995 Tippah County Retired Educator

Tonya Butler Farris Tenure of Service: 2012 Alcorn County Businesswoman

Tracie Langston Tenure of Service: 2004 Prentiss County Businesswoman

Sam McCoy

Gina Smith

Luzene Triplett

Vance Witt

Tenure of Service: 1988 Prentiss County Businessman

Tenure of Service: 2012 Alcorn County Superintendent of Education

Tenure of Service: 2002 Prentiss County Retired Educator

Tenure of Service: 2007 Union County Businessman

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Letter from the Athletic Director Parents, Fans, Supporters, Alumni; On behalf of the Athletic Department at Northeast Mississippi Community College, I want to welcome you to this athletic event. We hope that your visit today will create an interest that will encourage you to come back. As we strive for excellence in the classroom and in the athletic arena, we would like to encourage every one of you to become involved in all aspects of our athletic department. As we try to reach the highest level with all of our sports programs we must continue to work very hard to be the very best we can be. We are looking for all avenues of resources to build on our already competitive programs. Within the last five (5) years, we have steadily improved every one of our athletic teams. We now have great leadership in all of our athletic programs and we are very excited about what the future holds for all of them. We would like to invite you to become a part of our Athletic booster club and help us as we strive to reach the highest level. Our goal is to educate our student/athletes to a level that will put them at the very top in their perspective sport. In addition, we want our athletes to be some of our most productive citizens. Again, welcome to the NEMCC campus and we hope you have a very enjoyable visit and we welcome you back at any time either to visit our campus or to attend another athletic event. Thanks! David Robbins Athletic Director, NEMCC 6

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Athletic Director David Robbins Years Position School/Organization 2013-Present Dean of Students/Athletic Director NEMCC 2005-2013 Head Men’s Basketball Coach NEMCC 2002-2005 Head Coach/Athletic Director Corinth High School 1991-2002 Head Men’s Basketball Coach Corinth High School 1987-91 Assistant Coach/ NEMCC Assistant Director of Student Activities

David Robbins When David Robbins accepted the position of head men’s basketball coach at Northeast in the spring of 2005, he enthusiastically accepted the challenge of returning the tradition-rich program to a place of prominence in the state and nation. With an emphasis on doing things the right way on and off the floor, the Tigers (15-9) recorded their first winning season since the 1999-2000 season. After stumbling in 2006-07 with nine freshmen and only four sophomores on the court, Robbins and company burst onto the MACJC scene in 2007-08. The Tigers went 15-10, 7-5 during the regular season and captured a runner-up finish in the MACJC North Division. After making semifinal runs in the State and Region 23 tournament, Robbins led the 2008-09 Tiger basketball team to a 12-13 record, and the 2009-10 team to a 12-11, 7-5 record. On the hardwood in 2010-11, David Robbins led the Tiger basketball team to appearances in the MACJC State Tournament and the NJCAA Region XXIII Tournament after finishing as the North Division runner-up with a 7-5 mark in the North Division and an 11-14 mark overall. The Tigers found the same opponent awaiting them in both the state and region tournaments – 19th-ranked Pearl River Community College – and the Tigers gave the Wildcats a run in the state tournament before falling in overtime 92-83. Robbins’ team reached the national rankings during the 2012-13 season as the Tigers started the season strong and posted a 7-1 mark at the Christmas holiday break and carried a 10-2 overall record into

the January 18, 2012 NJCAA Top 20 poll where the Tigers were ranked thirteenth in the nation. Northeast continued to build on its early success and finished the year with a 14-9 mark and tied for fourth in the North Division but lost out on a tiebreaker with Itawamba for a spot in the MACJC State Basketball Tournament. However, the Tigers did have three players selected to the MACJC All-State team with Acie Vance (Ripley), Lavon Hooks (Atlanta, Georgia) and Jermaine Hollimon (Memphis, Tenn.) all being selected for postseason accolades. Vance was the North Division’s leading scorer with 16.9 points per game and finished second in the MACJC while Hooks led the North Division and the MACJC with 8.6 rebounds per game. Hollimon and Cedric Janes of Dyersburg, Tenn., were also selected to play in the MACJC North-South All-Star game in Decatur. Before returning to his alma mater, Robbins spent 14 seasons as head boy’s basketball coach at Corinth High school. During that time, Robbins led the Warriors to a 310-147 overall record, including four 30-win seasons, eight 20-win seasons, nine Alcorn County championships (seven straight from ‘99-’05), three North Half titles and three State Championship trophies. Robbins’ teams appeared in five State Tournaments and eight North Half Tournaments en route to a 44-15 record in post season play, a .745 winning percentage. In only his second season at CHS, Robbins guided the Warriors to the State

Championship and a 36-5 overall mark, a school record for wins in a season. He became the winningest coach in Warrior history with win number 267 in 2003 and picked up win number 300 with a 50-46 victory over Ripley on Jan. 11, 2005 Robbins was named the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2003, and was selected to coach in the 2002 North/South All-Star Game. Initially, Robbins also served as a physical education instructor, but left the classroom to become athletic director in 2002. As AD, Robbins supervised every aspect of the athletic programs at Corinth High and Junior High Schools. A Tippah County native, Blue Mountain High School graduate and former basketball player and team captain at Northeast Mississippi Junior College, Robbins worked at Northeast, assisting both former men’s basketball coach Harvey Childers and women’s basketball coach Ricky Ford (1987-89). His duties included on-the-floor coaching and recruiting in-district as well as outof-state players. Robbins also worked as an assistant director of student activities at Northeast (1987-1991). Robbins earned an Associate in Arts Degree from Northeast in 1985, a Bachelor of Science degree from Millsaps College in 1987 and a master’s degree from Mississippi College in 1989. Robbins played two seasons for the Millsaps Majors and was selected the 1987 team captain. David and his wife Pam have three children, Brandon, Mary Beth, and Brody.

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Asst. Athletic Director Kent Farris

Kent Farris Kent Farris has cemented his legacy as one of the greatest coaches in the history of the Northeast Mississippi Community College baseball program. Farris led the Tigers to the 2013 Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division championship with an 18-6 mark in league play and 30-18 overall record. It was the first division title in the sport of baseball at Northeast since 1992. The Tigers then took their opening round playoff series over Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College at Harold T. White Field by winning the final two games of the best-of-three series to clinch a spot in the MACJC State Tournament. Seven members of that squad were named to the MACJC All-State team, including Will Robertson (Falkner), Josh Mills (Lafayette County) and Tanner Gaines (Baldwyn) to the first-team. Justin Neal (Southaven), Kyle Stephenson (Booneville), Ethan Estes (Biggersville) and Heath Wood (Kossuth) made the second-team list. In addition to those honors, a number of Tigers that learned the game for two years under Farris signed with four-year schools. Gaines signed at Arkansas State University, Stephenson moved on to the University of North Alabama, Estes inked with the University of West Alabama and Neal landed at Christian Brothers University. Dalton Sims (DeSoto Central), Hunt Halford (Oxford) and Stephenson were also selected by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) for academic awards. Stephenson garnered Superior Academic Achievement status for his 3.86 grade point average (GPA) while Halford and Sims received Exemplary Academic Achievement for their 3.70 and 3.66 GPAs, respectively. The longtime veteran of the Mississippi coaching fraternity also hit a personal milestone during the 2013 campaign when he won his 150th game as Northeast headman with a 10-0 victory against East Central Community College on March 9. Farris’ teams have consistently qualified for the MACJC playoffs since he came to Northeast

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from Columbus High School before the 2007 season. Within three years of taking the reigns of the program, Farris had the Tigers in a hosting role for the state postseason for the initial time since the 1992 campaign. That 2009 squad finished as the MACJC North Division runner-up for the second straight season with a 33-14 record and 17-7 standing against conference competition. The year before could be Farris’ most successful season to date. The 2008 edition of the Tigers tallied a 32-18 record with appearances in both the MACJC State Tournament and the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament after concluding the regular season in second-place in the MACJC North Division. Northeast against made the postseason under the tutelage of Farris during the 2010 campaign after claiming the third-place spot in the MACJC North Division. The Tigers were unable to get by Hinds Community College in the first round, best-of-three series and ended with an overall record of 25-27. Farris had a quintet of players selected to the 2010 MACJC All-State first and second teams. Sophomores Brandon Farley (Cookeville, Tenn.) and Michael Collie (Houston, Tenn.) made the first-team while freshmen Ben Wallis (Ripley), Jordan Gurley (Corinth), and Blake Powell (Germantown, Tenn.) landed secondteam honors. Farris replaced Northeast Hall of Fame coach Ray Scott when he accepted the position at Northeast from Columbus, where he spent the two seasons as head coach. Under Farris, the Falcons recorded an 18-11 record in 2006. That Columbus squad won the Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Division 2, Class 5A championship and hosted a first round playoff series for the inaugural time in school history. His 2005 team went 14-16, which was a 12-win improvement over its 2004 total. During his tenure with the Falcons, five players signed community college scholarships and two athletes participated in the Crossroads Diamond Club All-Star Game in Jackson. Farris was named the Commercial Dispatch Coach of the Year in 2006. Before taking over the Columbus program, Farris was head coach at Caledonia High School from 2002-2004. He worked as an assistant baseball coach at New Hope High School in Columbus from 1996-2002, where he was a part of two state championship teams and one of three Mississippi high school squads to ever end a season without a loss in 1996 when the Trojans went 43-0. Farris’ most extensive head coaching experience came at Alcorn Central High School, where

he served as headman for both from 1984-95. While with the Golden Bears, Farris compiled a 265-162-7 record. His teams qualified for the MHSAA Class 3A State Playoffs in 1984, 1986, 1988 and 1990. Alcorn Central won the MHSAA Class 3A State championship in 1988; the 3A North Half crown in 1988 and 1990; and the division title in 1988. Farris was selected as the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Coach of the Year in 1988. Nineteen of his players from Alcorn Central signed college scholarships and two signed professional contracts. Farris was an assistant baseball coach at the University of North Alabama from 1983-84 and helped lead the Lions to the Gulf South Conference (GSC) title for the first time in school history in 1984. That team also finished second in the NCAA Division II South Central Region and featured five men that signed professional baseball contracts. An active coach in American Legion Baseball during his career, Farris also began working as an associate scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates Professional Baseball Club in 1998. Farris earned a Bachelor of Science degree from North Alabama in 1981 and a Master of Arts in secondary education from the same institution in 1983. He also completed teaching certification requirements in health from the Mississippi Department of Education in 1994 and in driver’s education from Mississippi State University in 2001. Professionally, Farris is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), the Crossroads Diamond Club, the Baseball Coaches Association (national high school), the Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC), the Mississippi Association of Professional Educators and is a founding member of the Northeast Mississippi Coaches Association for Better Baseball (NEMCABB). Farris’ other professional honors and awards include being named a Crossroads Diamond Club All-Star Game coach in 1989, a NEMCABB All-Star coach in 1992 and 2002, and a Junior Sunbelt Classic coach from 1979-99 and in 2001. Farris has one son, Keaton, and is happily married to his wife, Joye.

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Athletic Support Staff Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Students/ Athletic Director

Equipment Manager Matt Werner

Joye Farris

Jeremy Kennedy

Athletic Facilities

Voice of the Tigers

Operations Manager

NEMCC TV

Sodexo USA Don Knowles

Bus Drivers Phillip Moore (left) Marvin Ozbirn (right)

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Head Coach Ricky Smither

Ricky Smither Ricky Smither returns for his seventh year at the helm of the Northeast Mississippi Community College football team entering the 2014 campaign. Smither’s Tigers fielded a 4-5 overall record last season, but compiled a 4-2 mark against Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division competition to finish in the runner-up position for the seventh time in program history and the third occasion in the last four years. Eight Northeast student-athletes were tabbed as MACJC All-North Division for their efforts, including first-team selections Kortilous Ellis and Mitchell Cunningham. Six more Tigers, including Khalil Stinson, Daniel Ross, Chris Cooper, Jamel Dennis, Marcus Robinson and Dequinten Spraggins, were placed on the second-team. Under the tutelage of Smither, Dennis averaged 10.7 tackles per game, which was 10th best among all players in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). Twelve men continued their playing careers at either the NCAA Division I or II levels, including quarterbacks Jeremy Liggins and Jerrard Randall at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and the University of Arizona, respectively. Raymond Gee, Michael Davis and Sean Rogers were honored as MACJC Academic All-State selections. Gee and Davis both earned NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards as well for maintaining a grade point average (GPA) above 3.6 on a 4.0 scale. Smither’s journey as commander-in-chief at Northeast first presented itself on July 3, 2008 when he became the 13th head coach in school history. In his opening year as head coach, Smither’s

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overall record was 1-8. However, he was able to improve to 2-6 in 2009 with three of the six losses going into overtime. One of the biggest wins for the Thibodeaux, La., native since becoming the go-to-guy at for the Tigers came in a 28-21 victory over archrival Itawamba Community College in September 2009. Smither proved that he was the man for the job as his program continued to get better in 2010. The Tigers posted their 12th winning season in the college’s 51-year football history at 5-4 with a 4-2 mark in the MACJC North Division. Smither helped Northeast garner countrywide attention during week six of the season after the Tigers knocked off defending MACJC State Champion East Mississippi Community College 49-42 in a shootout in Scooba. Northeast running back Jaquise Cook ran for 267 yards and four scores against the Lions and was named the NJCAA Player of the Week for his performance. In addition to posting Northeast’s initial winning season since 2005, Smither and the Tigers also caught the eyes of the national media when they were included in the NJCAA football rankings at No. 18 after his squad opened the campaign at 5-2. The Tigers missed the playoffs due to MACJC tiebreaker rules that season, but Smither led his bunch past that threshold one year later.Northeast finished 2011 with a 6-3 record and clinched a postseason berth for the first time in six years. Their 4-2 mark in league play for the second year in a row placed them as the MACJC North Division runner-up behind eventual NJCAA National Champion East Mississippi. In the semifinal round, the Tigers took MACJC South Division champ Mississippi

Gulf Coast Community College to extra periods before falling short of advancing to the state title matchup by a field goal. Smither began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Delta State University in 1995 and later accepted a position at Cleveland High School in 1997. He received his inaugural taste of MACJC football in 1998 by joining the staff at Coahoma Community College. From 1999-2006, Smither enjoyed stints at Cleveland East Side High School and H.L. Bourgeois (La.) High School while also working at the NCAA Division I level as an assistant at Mississippi Valley State University (2002-04). Smither came to Booneville in February 2007 as an assistant coach with a primary focus on the offensive line. Just over a year later he agreed to become Northeast’s headman. Since becoming the head coach, Smither has annually assisted his sophomores in extending their gridiron careers to four-year universities. Some of his most recent players to move on were tight end Logan Stokes (Louisiana State University), defensive lineman Lavon Hooks (Ole Miss), running back Jay Jones (University of South Alabama) and defensive lineman Parrish Huddleston (University of Alabama at Birmingham). Four former Tigers that starred under Smither have also signed professional football contracts in the past two years. They include Deion Belue with the National Football League’s (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars, Brynden Trawick of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens, Ross with the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) Edmonton Eskimos and Josh Jarboe of the Indoor Football League’s (IFL) Bemidji Axemen. Smither graduated from Delta State with a Master’s Degree in Education. He and his wife Lynn have two children, Russ and Kaitlyn.

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Offensive Coordinator Greg Davis

Greg Davis Greg Davis enters into his third year as a member of the Northeast Mississippi Community College’s football staff during the 2014 campaign. He will transition from one side of the ball to the other this year and serve as the Tigers’ offensive coordinator. The veteran coach served as the defensive line instructor for the Tigers last season. With the guidance of Davis, Daniel Ross was picked as a Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-North Division second-team selection and also signed a professional contract with the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) Edmonton Eskimos. Davis made his way to Booneville in 2012 after serving as an assistant at Kentucky State University for two years. As the assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for the Thorobreds, Davis helped lead a pair of Kentucky State running backs in Anthony Boykins and Shannon Frieson to 1,000-yard seasons in 2009. While serving in Frankfort, Ky., Davis was chosen to attend the 2011 NFL and NCAA Football Academy at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. He learned how to improve and reinforce various aspects of securing, managing and excelling in head football coaching positions at the collegiate level. Before joining the ranks at Kentucky State, Davis was part of Sul Ross State (Texas) Univeristy’s staff where he held the titles of offensive line coach and offensive coordinator as well. Prior to his stint with the Lobos, Davis spent a pair of seasons in Arkadelphia, Ark., at Henderson State University. It was during his time as the Reddies’ offensive line coach and run-game coordinator that Davis made a name for himself. During his tenure at Henderson State, Davis had four

linemen selected to the NCAA Division II AllSoutheast Region Team, three linemen elected to the All-Gulf South Conference (GSC) Team and one lineman tabbed an All-American. Henderson State’s Kurt Kutscher was also a finalist for the 2007 Gene Upshaw Award, which is awarded to the best offensive lineman in NCAA Division II, under the direction of Davis. During the 2004-05 seasons, he found himself at Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) member Upper Iowa University. Before becoming a Peacock, Davis was the offensive line coach and strength coordinator at Muskogee, Okla., based Bacone College. He began his coaching career at Stephen F. Austin State (Texas) University. Davis then moved to Independence (Kan.) Community College where he served in multiple roles including assistant head coach, run game coordinator and offensive line coach.

Davis played professionally first before joining the coaching ranks. He signed with the practice squad of the National Football League’s (NFL) New York Giants in 1999 and then inked with the Arena Football League’s (AFL) Houston Thunder Bears. He starred on the gridiron at Texas Christian University (TCU) from 1994-98. During his time with the TCU football team, Davis participated in the Independence Bowl and the Sun Bowl during his tenure in Fort Worth, Texas, and was named to the 1998 Sports Illustrated All-Bowl Team. While at Texas Christian, Davis completed a Bachelor’s degree and later finished a Master’s degree in family and consumer sciences degree from Stephen F. Austin State. Davis, who is a native of Kingsville, Texas, is married to Northeast cheerleading coach Karri Davis and the couple has two sons, Reed and Rece.

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Defensive Coordinator Kenny Jackson

Kenny Jackson After a season away from the gridiron, Kenny Jackson returns to instruct in a league that he is very familiar with. Jackson has been selected as Northeast Mississippi Community College’s defensive coordinator for the upcoming 2014 campaign. The New Orleans, La., product has coached inside the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) for eight years and was a standout athlete at Hinds Community College from 1997-99. Following a pair of successful seasons with the Eagles, Jackson signed to continue his playing career at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). He played defensive tackle and tallied 89 total tackles, four of them for loss, with two sacks during his senior year of 2001. Jackson joined the National Football League’s (NFL) Detroit Lions for their 2001 training camp an undrafted rookie free agent. He then spent the next two years playing for Arena Football League (AFL) organizations such as the Memphis Xplorers and Columbus Destroyers. Upon retiring from professional football, Jackson came back to the Magnolia State and was hired as the defensive line coach at Itawamba Community College in 2004. He was promoted to defensive coordinator before the 2009 campaign with the Indians and served in that role for two years. Jackson’s units allowed just 171.3 rushing yards per game. Jackson returned to his alma mater in 2010 and served as defensive line coach at Hinds. He aided the Eagles in a return to the MACJC State Playoffs one season later with a line that forced six fumbles, recovered two loose balls and compiled 36 total sacks.

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Hinds went 7-3 that year with Jackson in command of the line but lost to eventual National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) champion East Mississippi Community College in the state semifinals. Jackson’s squad had 27 sacks and eleven forced fumbles during his final campaign in Raymond as the Eagles barely missed the postseason in 2012. His players have led the MACJC in sacks and tackles for loss in six of his eight years as a coach. He has served as a guest instructor at foot-

ball clinics and camps across the southeastern United States. Jackson is a member of both the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and the Mississippi Association of Coaches (MAC). With a focus on not just the field of competition, Jackson finished an Associate’s degree at Hinds and a Bachelor’s degree at Ole Miss. He is currently working on a Master’s degree through Belhaven University. Jackson is married to Vikesha and the couple has one son, Khalil.

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Linebackers Coach Dustin Jones

Dustin Jones Dustin Jones enters his second season of coaching at the collegiate level during the 2014 campaign at Northeast Mississippi Community College. He will teach a talented group of linebackers this year which includes University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) commit Marcus Robinson and Jamel Dennis, who ranked 10th among all players in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) as a freshman with 10.7 tackles per game. Jones brings the passion and dedication of the United States armed forces with him to the football field. He served our country as a member of the Army beginning in 1999 as a cavalry scout and retired as a non-commissioned officer in 2007. While on active duty, he was stationed in Georgia, Hawaii, and Kentucky. His squadron was part of multiple overseas engagements, including Operation Noble Eagle (War on Terror), Operation Desert Spring (Kuwait), Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). Jones also worked as a tactical instructor for basic combat training and advanced individual training. The Army decorated Jones for his time spent in service to this nation. He has received four Achievement Medals, four Accommodation Medals, a pair of Accommodation Medals with Valor, a Bronze Star Medal and a Community Service Award. Jones began his coaching career at Tishomingo County High School in 2011, where he served as an assistant on both sides of the football for two years. He held the titles of co-offensive coordina-

tor and defensive coordinator during his tenure with the Braves. He also spent time specifically training and developing Tishomingo County’s quarterbacks, receivers, defensive backs and defensive ends. Northeast head coach Ricky Smither added Jones to his staff last spring to assist him on offense as wide receivers coach. Under the tutelage of Jones, Demarrion Haynes was selected to participate in the 40th annual Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic at Tiger Stadium in Booneville. He also instructed Khalil Stinson, who was named to the MACJC All-North Division

second-team after leading the Tigers with 18 receptions for 349 yards and three touchdowns. Jones will also focus on game and practice film break down plus the recruitment of future Tigers. After honorably leaving the Army, the Fulton native returned to school and attained an Associate’s degree from Itawamba Community College in 2010. Jones completed his Bachelor’s degree through Liberty University in 2013 and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in sports administration at the same institution. He is a graduate of Mantachie High School and has one daughter, Grace.

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Defensive Backs Coach Kareem Moore

Kareem Moore Kareem Moore hopes to pass along his passion and extensive knowledge of the sport of football as he starts a new post at Northeast Mississippi Community College. A lively and ambitious Moore has been hired as an assistant coach for the four-time Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division champion Tigers beginning with the approaching 2014 season. Moore plans to use the experience that he acquired playing professionally for the National Football League’s (NFL) Washington Redskins to properly instruct the Tigers’ talented group of defensive backs. Moore starred for three years in Washington and appeared in 42 total regular season games and nine preseason contests. He put together a solid career at free safety under the tutelage of head coaches Jim Zorn and Mike Shanahan. The Tupelo native saw action in 14 matchups during his rookie campaign of 2008. Moore made his NFL debut in front of a home crowd at FedEx Field versus Arizona on September 21 and one week later tallied a season-best three tackles in a two-point victory at Dallas. He earned his inaugural start in the final game of the year at San Francisco. Moore made a solo tackle and one assisted takedown in a close loss to the 49ers inside Candlestick Park. Moore remained in a predominantly backup role in 2009 but showed his potential as the season progressed. He grabbed his first interception in the NFL and also made one pass deflection against New Orleans on December 6. The 5-11, 217-pounder compiled a break out performance versus Dallas during a nationally televised Sunday Night Football game on NBC. Moore recorded a personal best nine

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tackles, seven of them unassisted, against the Cowboys on December 27 and from that point moved into the starting lineup for the duration of his career. He developed into one of the Redskins’ top tacklers in 2010 with 40 solo stops and 64 combined tackles. Moore also batted down five pass attempts and hauled in one interception during a week three contest at St. Louis. Moore notched a season-high eight tackles on the turf of Detroit’s Ford Field on October 31. He had five or more takedowns in 10 of his 12 outings that campaign, including six against Philadelphia on ESPN’s Monday Night Football. He totaled 115 tackles, 77 solo and 38 assisted, eight pass deflections, two interceptions and two forced fumbles during his time representing the burgundy and gold in Washington. The Redskins selected Moore with the 180th pick in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft out of Nicholls State (La.) University, where he etched his name into its history book as a two-year starter. Moore tied the school record for most touchdowns scored on interception returns in one game with two against Northwestern State (La.) University in October 2007 and also set the mark for the highest average yards gained per interception in one season at 37.2. He earned All-American honors from the Associated Press (AP) as a senior and was named the Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Year after registering 46 solo tack-

les and 27 assisted stops for a total of 73. Moore, who was also a second-team AllState selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA), played a pivotal role for the Colonels on special teams as well and averaged 9.1 yards each punt return. As a junior, Moore received the Southland’s Newcomer of the Year award and was also second-team all-conference. He participated in the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game at the Sun Bowl and was a team captain for Nicholls State during his final collegiate campaign. Moore’s community service file is considerable throughout the nation. He has served as a coach for the Boys and Girls Club and the Collierville, Tenn., Soccer Association. He is the founder of the Moore 4 Kids Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that improves the athletic, mental and psychological aspects of young men in under deserved communities. Through the association, Moore has partnered with the people of Ashburn, Va., Memphis, Tenn., Okolona and Washington to devise successful grant funded football camps and clinics. He encourages continuous volunteer participation as well to support youth development. Moore holds an Associate’s degree from Itawamba Community College and a Bachelor’s degree in family and consumer science from Nicholls State. He and his wife Amelia have three children, Kamren, Kayson and Kaitlyn, and are members of Main Street Church of Christ in Okolona.

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Wide Receivers Coach Joe Horn

Joe Horn One of the most excitable and entertaining athletes in the National Football League’s (NFL) extensive history will be on the sidelines for Northeast Mississippi Community College this fall. Joe Horn has been tabbed as the wide receivers coach for the four-time Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division champion Tigers starting with the upcoming 2014 campaign. Horn’s path to the professional level was anything but ordinary. After not playing a down of football for over two years, Horn purchased a Jerry Rice workout tape with some of his final financial savings and meticulously studied the moves of the NFL Hall of Famer. The 6-1, 211-pounder then created a highlight video of him working out and running routes. He sent copies of the tape to multiple organizations across North America and received a quick response from the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) Memphis Mad Dogs. He signed a contract with Memphis and quickly showcased his true potential on the gridiron. Horn paced the Mad Dogs in their only season as members of the CFL with 71 catches, 1,415 yards and five touchdowns. After the Mad Dogs folded due to budget concerns, Horn was drafted by Kansas City with the 135th pick in the fifth round of the 1996 NFL Draft. He spent four years with the Chiefs as a combo receiver and special teams player. Horn saw action in nine games during his rookie campaign. He made his NFL debut in a Kansas City victory at Seattle and caught a pass for the inaugural time in a loss to Denver. The Chiefs captured the American Football Conference (AFC) West Division champion-

ship and were the top seed in the AFC playoffs during Horn’s second season with the club. Horn had three receptions that year, including a 50-yard snag during Kansas City’s postseason opener versus the Broncos. Horn’s time on the field increased in his final two campaigns with the Chiefs. He grabbed 49 catches for 784 yards and seven touchdowns in that span to give fans a taste of what turned into a phenomenal career. He made a career-high 76-yard reception with Kansas City inside Seattle’s Kingdome in December 1999 and caught his first NFL touchdown one year earlier at eventual Super Bowl XXXIII champion Denver. Horn inked with New Orleans before the 2000 campaign and helped his squad complete a remarkable turnaround. The Saints claimed the National Football Conference (NFC) West Division title with a 10-6 record after winning only three contests the season before. Quarterbacks Jeff Blake and Aaron Brooks found an easy target in Horn, who made defenders pay with his speed and agility. He finished seventh in the league in receptions with 94, eighth in yards at 1,340 and ninth in touchdowns with eighth. In their first playoff appearance since 1992, Horn and the Saints defeated St. Louis 31-28 at the Superdome in the NFC Wild Card round. However, New Orleans fell to Minnesota one week later to close a remarkable year. Horn started for 43 straight matchups between the 2001-03 seasons and in that period had 12 outings where he tallied 100 receiving yards or more. The 2002 edition of the Saints finished third in the NFL in total offense thanks partially to Horn’s 88 catches and 1,312 yards. He crossed the goal line a personal best 11 times during the 2004 campaign and also accounted for career-highs in total catches with 94 and yards at 1,399, which was second most in the NFL. Horn hauled in 18 passes and three scores to help New Orleans conclude the year on a four-game winning streak. Horn remained a viable part of the Saints roster through 2006. He averaged 15.5 yards per catch over his last two campaigns in New Orleans with five touchdowns. The Fayetteville, N.C., native wrapped up his playing career in Atlanta with 27 receptions for 243 yards. He caught his final touchdown in the Falcons’ 44-41 victory versus Seattle in the 2007 season finale. Horn was a 12-year veteran of the NFL when he decided to retire. He played in a total of 163 games between three teams and is ranked 58th in league history with 603 career receptions. He averaged 53.6 yards per game and 14.5

yards each catch. Horn tallied 58 touchdowns, 127 receptions of more than 20 yards and 436 first downs as well. Horn represented the Saints on four occasions inside Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, at the NFL Pro Bowl. He made eight catches for 104 yards with one touchdown in the 2002 version of the NFL’s all-star game. He was inducted into to the prestigious New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame in 2010. Horn ranks third in franchise history with 523 receptions, second in receiving yards at 7,622 and second in touchdown catches with 50. Horn is one of three wide outs to be added to the Saints Hall of Fame. He joins other esteemed individuals including Archie Manning and Deuce McAllister that have been forever enshrined by New Orleans. Horn, who earned the nickname Hollywood, is also famous for scoring a touchdown and then removing a cell phone from underneath the goalpost padding to fake a call on ESPN’s Sunday Night Football in December 2003. Sports Illustrated for Kids ranked his prank as the ninth best celebration in NFL history. However, Horn is perhaps better known for his role in the rebuilding of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. He frequently visited evacuees in both San Antonio and the Astrodome in Houston during the aftermath of the devastating storm in 2005. Horn still donates time, energy and money to local charities in New Orleans and across the Southeast. Horn is a successful entrepreneur as well and owns his own barbeque sauce company entitled Bayou 87.

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Athletic Trainer Hope Kingsley Hope Kingsley, a north Mississippi native begin her third year as Northeast Mississippi Community College’s athletic trainer during the 2014-15 academic year. Kingsley graduated from Nettleton High School in May 2009 and was a member of the Lady Tiger cheerleading squad and powerlifting team. She helped set the stage for Nettleton’s Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) powerlifting state championship just a year later. After her varsity career, Kingsley carried her talents to the University of Southern Mississippi. While in the Pine Belt, she helped their athletic training department with various sports including its successful football team. Before moving to Hattiesburg, Kingsley was awarded the Haskell Scholarship, which was named by Amory native and Hollywood veteran Sam Haskell for his mother and is given to a senior at each of the Monroe County high schools plus selected seniors at Amory High School. The Haskell Foundation chooses Haskell Scholarship recipients and awards are based upon student achievement, academics, activities and other criteria. Kingsley was also a part of the nurse mentorship academy at Nettleton that partnered with the North Mississippi Medical Center to train certified nursing assistants (CNAs).

Hope Kingsley She extended her high academic standards at Southern Mississippi and finished her degree in three years including all prerequisite work while splitting time with the Golden Eagle sports program along with Oak Grove High School’s teams. Kingsley graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in May 2012. At Southern Mississippi, Kingsley was a member of various clubs and organizations including Eagles for Life, the Legacy and the Student Sports Medicine Association. Even after graduation, Kingsley was instrumental in helping high school athletes by serving as one of the athletic trainers for the youth football camps at Southern Mississippi. Kingsley married her husband John, a Saltillo native, in December 2013.

Cheerleading Coach Karri Davis

Karri Davis returns for her third season as Northeast Mississippi Community College’s cheerleading coach at the start of the 2014-15 academic year. Davis’ vision for an expanded squad came to fruition this season. The Tigers boast a 14-member team for the first time since it dropped its co-ed status in 2010. Northeast returns five ladies from its last campaign on the sidelines, including Halie Carpenter (Leighton, Ala.), Lindsey Clark (Olive Branch), Lexie Gamble (New Site), Kayla Thomason (Olive Branch) and AnnaClar Wooley (Ingomar), and features nine newcomers. After taking over mid-year during the 2012-13 season, Davis looks forward to a full year with the cheerleading unit. Davis came to Northeast as a seasoned

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veteran in athletics and the Booneville resident looks forward to expanding the talents of the young ladies under her direction. Prior to arriving in the City of Hospitality, Davis accumulated over 13 years of experience in the fields of higher education and state government. Davis brings not only a common sense approach to the Northeast cheerleading club but looks forward to applying her business background to fostering a learning environment between the squad members. She plans on making the cheerleading team more visible throughout Booneville and Northeast’s five-county service area. Davis is married to Tiger assistant football coach Greg Davis and the pair has two sons, Reed and Rece.

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Sports Information Director Blake Long One of northeast Mississippi’s native sons has returned to the area to take over the role of Assistant Public Information Officer and Sports Information Director at Northeast Mississippi Community College. Blake Long, a native of Tishomingo County, accepted the position in August 2013 – taking over from M. Joseph Miller, who had held the title for the previous five years. Long is no stranger to the northeast Mississippi region or Northeast Mississippi Community College and graduated from the Booneville-based college in 2011 with an associate of arts degree with an area of concentration in communication…mainly journalism and other related programs. During his time at Northeast, Long was instrumental in helping to get the student newspaper, The Beacon, back in print and served as the periodical’s sports writer during his time in Booneville. When not writing for The Beacon, Long dedicated his time to the Northeast baseball team serving countless hours in the field house at Harold T. White Field at Booneville City Park as the team’s top-ranking manager. While Long was a member of The Beacon’s staff, he was awarded the College Public Relations Association of Mississippi’s (CPRAM) annual scholarship based on his writing capabilities and recommendations by current CPRAM members. Long parlayed his managerial skills with the Northeast baseball team on the four-year level where the Tishomingo County High School graduate served as a manager for the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) women’s softball program for two months.

Blake Long During his time under Windy Thees at Ole Miss, Long had the pleasure of visiting almost every venue in the Southeastern Conference – with the exception of the University of Florida and University of Kentucky complexes – and clocked miles across the country with one of the top softball programs in the Magnolia State. Long earned his Bachelors of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in print journalism and a minor in history while at Ole Miss and used his experience in the sports world to begin a stringer career for various local media outlets. One of Long’s main writing positions was a contributing sports writer role with the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo where the Northeast alum was able to gain valuable skills and expertise such as multi-tasking, meeting deadlines, teamwork and leadership attributes. During his time with the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal and its parent company Journal Inc., Long had the opportunity to cover a variety of sporting events throughout the

northeast Mississippi region from swimming to ice hockey to the Mississippi High School Activities Association’s (MHSAA) Bowling State Championships. While most of Long’s work featured mainly varsity athletes, Long ventured from the high school realm to aid the newspaper in its coverage of the local junior college sports scene as well. Long is a graduate of Tishomingo County High School where he starred on the baseball diamond for his father and long-time Brave baseball and softball coach Jerry Long. Under his father’s tutelage, Long helped lead the Braves baseball team to the MHSAA Class 4A North Half Championship Series against Vicksburg in the spring of 2008. When not working, Long enjoys the annual “Long Family Vacations” where the Tishomingo County native and his family visit various sporting icon arena such as the Major League Baseball (MLB) Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Long Family Vacations have also seen the TCHS graduate end up on the west coast and earned him one of his more prized stories – being able to interview former New Albany High School catcher Eli Whiteside as Whiteside and the San Francisco Giants made a push for a World Series Championship. In total, Long has visited all 48 continental states during the “Long Family Vacations.” Long and his wife Leslie, who was the starting catcher for the Northeast softball program from 2010-11, were married in June 2014 and are members of Maud Church of Christ.

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When Northeast was founded in 1948, Bonner Arnold served as physical education instructor, men’ basketball coach and athletic director. Arnold and legendary University of Kentucky Wildcat men’s basketball coach Adolph Rupp were friends and as a result of this friendship and the success of the Kentucky basketball program, Arnold wanted the school’s athletic teams to sport a similar nickname. “Fighting Tigers” was adopted as the school’s mascot. Later, the school’s athletic program grew to include men’s and women’s varsity sports. “Fighting” was dropped and the teams became known as the “Tigers” and “Lady Tigers.”

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Tiger FOOTBALL Retired Jerseys

Northeast athletic department officials have announced the retirement of nine jerseys worn by former Tiger athletes who played or are currently playing on the professional level.

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David “Nub” Strickland (‘55) Holly Springs Denver Broncos (NFL)

Adrian Smith (‘56) Kirksey, KY Cincinnati Royals (NBA)

Mike Williams (‘81) Atmore, AL Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)

Jackie Perry (‘86) Jackson, TN Int’l Women’s Basketball League Boa-Viagem, Portugal

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Jerome Woods (‘93) Memphis, TN Kansas City Chiefs (NFL)

Mitch McNeely (‘94) New Albany Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB)

Dontae Jones (‘95) Nashville, TN New York Knicks (NBA)

Michael Boireau (‘98) North Miami, FL Minnesota Vikings (NFL)

Qyntel Woods (‘02) Memphis, TN Portland Trailblazers (NBA)

Go, Fight, Win “Go --- Tigers, We’re behind you. Fight --- till the battle’s over. Win --- for --- the pride of Northeast Gain the Victory!

Go!......................... Fight!..................... Win!....................... N.E.M.C.C. Lyrics by former Northeast director of bands and ‘74 alumnus Ricky Bishop. Sung to the tune of “The Victors,” (L.Elbel) the University of Michigan fight song. 18

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Kickers rule day in 40th MACJC All-Star Classic

Northeast Mississippi Community College defensive lineman Razean Prather was unsure about suiting up and preparing to hit the gridiron with weather conditions deteriorating and final exams starting on Thursday. But once the initial whistle blew, the Tiger sophomore made his presence felt in the final game of his career in black and gold attire. The Ripley native was named the North’s Defensive Most Valuable Player (MVP) with three sacks in a 6-3 loss to the South in the 40th annual Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic at Tiger Stadium. “At first I didn’t want to play, but I just got hyped with my brothers so I played my heart out,” said Prather. “We came out here and the energy was right. It felt really nice.” Prather had five total tackles, four of them for loss with a combined 13 yards and a quarterback hurry that began a series of events that forced the South to punt on its third possession of the matchup. Tiger standout Daniel Ross sacked Colton Kane of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and Isiah Anderson (Coahoma Community College) followed with another takedown of the signal caller to force a South punt. The North took over at its own 30-yard line and put together its best drive of the afternoon. Itawamba Community College’s Griff Loftis had two firstdown passes to Christian Staphney (Mississippi Delta Community College) that helped his squad reach field goal range. Holmes Community College product Matt Spencer cashed in the 11-play, 58-yard possession that lasted 5 minutes, 55 seconds with a 29-yard connection that tied the game at 3-3 with 12:36 remaining in the opening half. After back-to-back three-and-outs thanks to some stout defense, including sacks by Steven Eddings ( Jones County Junior College) and Prather, the South reclaimed the lead for good just before the break when Austin Franklin booted a 26-yard field goal. Jones County’s Taylor Higgason hauled in two lengthy catches from fellow Bobcat Steven Swindle during the South’s last scoring drive of the contest. The 6-1, 195-pound receiver went on to claim the Keith Daniels South Offensive MVP Award with a gamebest five receptions for 77 yards. After participating in two regulation 15-minute quarters, both teams decided to shorten the second half to 25 minutes with a running clock due to incoming inclement weather. Players braved a mix of rain and sleet over the last period of competition. The South entered the locker room with a 6-3 advantage and maintained it with the strong play of its defense. The North was held to just 48 yards after the break and only one possession that lasted longer than four minutes. A 26-yard strike from Loftis to Northwest Mississippi Community College athlete Taylor Rotenberry got the North into enemy territory with 10 minutes remaining in the contest. But a nice pass break up by Ty Northern of Pearl River Community College on a fourth-and-long attempt forced a turnover on downs to ruin the North’s best chance of scoring after halftime. Mississippi Delta representative Edward McCadney was named the Hubert Tucker North Offensive

MVP and had 54 yards on 16 carries. Loftis also put in a solid outing with 59 yards on 4 of 13 passing. Jammie Jamison (Holmes) won the James H. “Wooky” Gray MVP Award, given to the game’s top player, for his interception of Swindle on the contest’s first offensive play. The 5-9, 190-pound defensive back also added three tackles. Carl Green returned to Pearl River with South Defensive MVP honors. The Wildcat tallied three tackles, two back-to-back to hold McCadney for no gain on the North’s last-ditch effort to score on its final possession, and had two quarterback hurries. The North could not capitalize on Jamison’s firstquarter pick and punted the ball back to the South, who would touch the scoreboard for a 3-0 lead on a 30-yard field goal from Franklin. Shaun Jones had a 32-yard reception and the Bobcat duo of Swindle and Higgason hooked up twice during that drive. Overall, the South outgained the North 171-113 and had nine first downs compared to the North’s eight. The North rushed for more yards (49-38) than its adversary, but Swindle’s arm led to 133 yards through the air. Kickers faced a rough day with a steady north wind blowing through Booneville throughout the matchup. Franklin and Spencer made the best, though, with both men averaging 33 yards on a combined 11 punts. Both teams played relatively mistake free. There were only two turnovers in the contest, the second on an interception of Loftis near the intermission by Jones County’s Victor Jenkins. South head coach William Jones of Pearl River and North headman Jeff Tatum (Mississippi Delta)

both gambled on fourth downs. Jones converted 2 of 3 opportunities, while Tatum’s squad could not gain a new set of downs and went 0 of 2. Dareous Hayes of Mississippi Delta led the North defense with six total tackles and two sacks for a loss of 17 yards. Northeast’s Nick Johnson tied Prather and Anderson with five tackles apiece. Ross wrapped up a solid career as a Tiger with four takedowns, two of them for loss. “We just came out and did what we were supposed to do,” said the Louisville, Ky., native. “We had a good game and came out here and had fun.” Martice Buckley returned from an injury that held him out of Northeast’s last three outings in the regular season with two tackles. CJ O’Quin of Southwest Mississippi Community College topped all defensive athletes with seven tackles, five of them assisted. Northern and Eddings added six tackles to the victorious effort. The North offensive line, headed by Tigers Kortilous Ellis and Romia Wilson, bent but never fully broke. They allowed only three sacks and seven less tackles for loss than their opponents did. Demarrion Haynes of Northeast also suited up and was part of a receiving core that tallied 64 yards from quarterbacks Quaintavous Peterson (Coahoma) and Loftis. The South extended its advantage in the all-time series between the best athletes in the North and South Divisions to 20-18-2. Northeast served as host of the MACJC All-Star Football Classic for the 27th consecutive year dating back to the mid-1980s.

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Mississippi Community & Junior Colleges COAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (CLARKSDALE) COUNTIES SERVED: Coahoma, Sunflower, Bolivar, Quitman FOUNDED: 1949 PRESIDENT: Dr. Valmadge Towner COLORS: Maroon & White MASCOT: Tiger

COPIAH-LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE (WESSON) COUNTIES SERVED: Copiah, Jefferson, Franklink, Lincoln, Simpson, Adams, Lawrence FOUNDED: 1928 PRESIDENT: Dr. Ronnie Nettles COLORS: Royal Blue & Gray MASCOT: Wolf

EAST CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE (DECATUR) COUNTIES SERVED: Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott, Winston FOUNDED: 1928 PRESIDENT: Dr. Billy W. Stewart COLORS: Black & Old Gold MASCOT: Warrior

EAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE (SCOOBA) COUNTIES SERVED: Lauderdale, Clay, Kemper, Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Noxubee FOUNDED: 1927 PRESIDENT: Dr. Rick Young COLORS: Red & Black MASCOT: Lion

HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE (RAYMOND) COUNTIES SERVED: Hinds, Rankin, Warren, Claiborne FOUNDED: 1917 PRESIDENT: Dr. Clyde Muse COLORS: Maroon & White MASCOT: Eagle-Football; Bulldog-Basketball

HOLMES COMMUNITY COLLEGE (GOODMAN) COUNTIES SERVED: Attala, Grenada, Holmes, Yazoo, Madison, Choctaw, Webster, Carroll, Montgomery FOUNDED: 1925 PRESIDENT: Dr. David Cole (Interim) COLORS: Cardinal, Black & White MASCOT: Bulldog

ITAWAMBA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (FULTON) COUNTIES SERVED: Chickasaw, Itawamba, Lee, Monroe, Pontotoc FOUNDED: 1948 PRESIDENT: Mike Eaton COLORS: Blue, Red & White MASCOT: Indian

JONES COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE (ELLISVILLE) COUNTIES SERVED: Clarke, Covington, Greene, Jasper, Jones, Perry, Smith Wayne FOUNDED: 1911 PRESIDENT: Dr. Jesse Smith COLORS: Cardinal & Gold MASCOT: Bobcat

MERIDIAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE (MERIDIAN) COUNTIES SERVED: Lauderdale FOUNDED: 1937 PRESIDENT: Dr. Scott D. Elliott COLORS: Green & White MASCOT: Eagle

MISSISSIPPI DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (MOORHEAD) COUNTIES SERVED: Washington, Sunflower, Bolivar, Humphries, Leflore, Sharkey, Issaquena, Coahoma FOUNDED: 1926 PRESIDENT: Dr. Larry Nabors COLORS: Black & Red MASCOT: Trojan

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE (PERKINSTON) COUNTIES SERVED: George, Jackson, Harrison, Stone FOUNDED: 1911 PRESIDENT: Dr. Mary S. Graham COLORS: Blue & Gold MASCOT: Bulldog

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE (BOONEVILLE) COUNTIES SERVED: Alcorn, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo, Union FOUNDED: 1948 PRESIDENT: Dr. Johnny L. Allen COLORS: Black & Gold MASCOT: Tiger

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE (SENATOBIA) COUNTIES SERVED: Lafayette, DeSoto, Tate, Tunica, Yalobusha, Marshall, Benton, Panola, Quitman, Calhoun, Tallahatchie FOUNDED: 1927 PRESIDENT: Dr. Gary Lee Spears COLORS: Cardinal & Navy MASCOT: Ranger

PEARL RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (POPLARVILLE) COUNTIES SERVED: Pearl River, Forrest, Lamar, Jefferson Davis, Marion, Hancock FOUNDED: 1908 (Ag. HS); 1924 ( Jr. College) PRESIDENT: Dr. William Lewis COLORS: Maroon & Gold MASCOT: Wildcat

SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE (SUMMIT) COUNTIES SERVED: Amite, Pike, Walthall, Wilkinson FOUNDED: 1929 PRESIDENT: Dr. J. Steven Bishop COLORS: Royal Blue & Cardinal MASCOT: Bear

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DISTANCES FROM NORTHEAST

(101 CUNNINGHAM BOULEVARD, BOONEVILLE, MISS., 38829)

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Scooba

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Clarksdale

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Goodman

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Miss. Delta

Moorhead

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Itawamba

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South Div. Meridian

Meridian

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East Central

Decatur

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Hinds

Raymond

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Jones Co.

Ellisville

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Co-Lin

Wesson

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Pearl River

Poplarville

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Southwest

Summit

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Gulf Coast

Perkinston

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East Central

Hinds Meridian Copiah-Lincoln

Jones County Southwest Pearl River Gulf Coast

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Chris Bradwell Jacksonville, Fla. 6-4, 280/DL Buccaneers/Rams (2008-09) NEMCC: 2005 Bruce Hall Milton, Fla. 5-11, 210/QB, RB Bills/Broncos (2008-11) NEMCC: 2005 Michael Ricks Leighton, Ala. 6-0, 189/ DB Ravens (2011) NEMCC: 2005-06 B.J. Taylor Cherokee, Ala.

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Mario Addison Birmingham, Ala. 6-3, 260/DL Bears/Colts/Panthers (2011-Present) NEMCC: 2006-07 Josh Jarboe Atlanta, Ga. 6-3, 215/WR Redskins (2013) NEMCC: 2010-11 Brynden Trawick Atlanta, Ga. 6-2/215/DB Ravens (2013-Present) NEMCC: 2010-11 Deion Belue Tuscumbia, Ala. 5-11/183/DB Jaguars (2014-Present) NEMCC: 2010-11

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Division I-A (FBS) Greg Smith (Chattanooga, TN) Auburn Michael Ricks (Leighton, AL) Alabama Chris Nance (Tuscumbia, AL) Mississippi State Justin Sanders (Pearl, MS), Illinois Bruce Hall (Milton, FL) Ole Miss Cameron Montgomery (Houston, TX) North Texas Stanley Lykes (Birmingham, AL) UAB Emory Jones (Detroit, MI) Michigan State Donald Thornton (Horn Lake, MS) Memphis Rico Wood (Corinth, MS) Louisiana Tech. Brice Beck (Blytheville, AR) Louisiana-Monroe Chris Barnett (Southaven, MS) Memphis Orlandus King (Leighton, AL) UAB Reggie Wade (Tuscumbia, AL) Jacksonville St. C.J. Foster (Tuscumbia, AL) Jacksonville St. Brandon Ciaramitaro (Batesville, MS) Arkansas St. Eric Johnson (Anniston, AL) Ohio University Antezdra Thigpen (Holly Springs, MS) UT-Chattanooga T.T. Harper (Hartsville, TN) UT-Chattanooga Ryan Hopkins ( Jackson, MS) Jackson State Mario Luvine (Collins, MS) Prairie View Robertson Hatten (Collins, MS) Alcorn State Robert Fox (Calhoun City, MS) Miss. Valley State Courtney Sanders (Columbus, MS) Miss. Valley State Corey Sanders (Columbus, MS) Miss. Valley State Matt Blanchard (Saltillo, MS) Nichols State Mario Addison (Birmingham, AL) Troy B.J. Taylor (Tuscumbia, AL) UT-Chattanooga Anthony Jones (Tallahassee, FL) Middle Tennessee John Brown (Lakeland, FL) Tennessee Brynden Trawick (Atlanta, Ga.) Troy Josh Jarboe (Atlanta, Ga.) Arkansas State Cody Woodiel (Hernando, Miss.) Troy La Darrius Madden (Leighton, Ala.) Troy DeMarkus Underwood (Tuscumbia, Ala.) Troy John Ware (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) U. of North Alabama Bernard Smith (Atlanta, Ga.) Louisiana-Lafayette Creighton Nelms (Kossuth) Southern Mississippi Jermaine Johnson (Thomasville, Ga) Middle Tennessee State Tarondal Phillips (Holly Springs) Memphis Jaquise Cook (Ripley) Memphis Tres Houston (Atlanta, Ga) Arkansas St. Anthony Brown (Cairo, Ga) Memphis Antonio Foster (Valdosta, Ga) Memphis Deion Belue (Deshler, Ala) Alabama Parks Frazier (Corinth) Murray State Pat Moore (Southaven) South Alabama Jeremy Spikner (Olive Branch) Troy

Eli Canton (Hernando) Donnell Chapman (Batesville) Jonathan Harrison (Belmont) Lavon Hooks (Atlanta) Jay Jones (Horn Lake) Nick Thomason (Muscle Shoals, Ala) Jonathan Braddock (Ripley) Logan Stokes (Muscle Shoals, Ala)

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Division II (FCS) Hollis Hoskins (Batesville, MS) Andrew Murphy (Booneville, MS) Gilbert McThunnell (Batesville, MS) Lonnell DeWalt (Bowling Green, KY) Marco Ewing (West Point, MS) Phil Lowry (Leighton, AL) Neal Mitchell (Clarksdale, MS) Tyler Collins (Tuscumbia, AL) Clarence Wright (Olive Branch, MS) Quinton Johnson (Columbus, MS) Ralph Curtis (Taylorsville, MS) Charles Twilley (Courtland, MS) Cortez Lawrence (Murphreesboro, TN) Mike Brown (Belle Grade, FL) Channing Price (Baldwyn, MS) Larico Stevenson (Olive Branch, MS) Robert Woodson (Olive Branch, MS) Derrick Harris (Horn Lake, MS) Randy Lowery (Belmont, MS) Abe Felix (Germantown, TN) Gary Hodges (Columbus, MS) Ken Harris (Columbus, MS) C.K. Glassco (Horn Lake, MS) Collrett Boyd (Ripley, MS) Patrick Grant (Columbus, Ga) Donte’ Barksdale (Holly Springs) Devin Slate (Oxford) Kyle Davis (Houston, Texas) Jeremiah Booth (Kingsland, Ga) Devin Lindsey (Baldwyn) Marvell Taylor (Charleston) Courtney Sutton (Southaven) J.R. White (Tuscumbia, Ala) Division III Shawn Gillenwater (Southaven, MS) Greg Magnifico (Olive Branch, MS) Jerrell Nobles (Mobile, AL) Jarryn Bingham ( Jackson, Miss)

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Arkansas Tech. Arkansas Tech. Northwestern Okla. U. of North Alabama U. of North Alabama U. of North Alabama U. of North Alabama U. of North Alabama Southern Arkansas Charleston Southern West Alabama Central Arkansas Valdosta State Arkansas-Monticello West Georgia West Georgia SW Baptist Southern Arkansas West Alabama West Georgia West Georgia West Texas A&M Central Arkansas Henderson State Virginia Union Delta State Delta State Delta State U. of North Alabama Arkansas Tech. Arkansas Tech. Arkansas Monticello U. of North Alabama

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FOOTBALL All-Americans

Throughout the history of Northeast Mississippi Community College, superior athletes have been named to the All-American team, the highest honor bestowed upon any player. National Junior College Athletic Association All-American recipients of this honor are chosen by the 23 regional directors of the national organization. Other All-American honors are chosen by their respective organization and are evaluated at the national level as well. Student-athletes selected for the All-American team, second team and honorable mention are made only after careful evaluation of the hundreds of nominations which are submitted by community/junior college coaches from across the country. We are proud to salute those who brought honor to themselves as young men and women and to Northeast Mississippi Community College for the time to come.

Baseball 2008 Chase Porch Designated Hitter Third Team East Union

Fast-Pitch Softball 2001 Lori Wilson First Base 1st Team NJCAA All-American Blue Mountain 2001 Lori Wilson First Base 2nd Team NFCA All-American Blue Mountain 2001 Lindsey D. Thompson Catcher 2nd Team NFCA All-America Mooreville 2001 Lindsey D. Thompson Catcher Honorable Mention NJCAA All-American Mooreville 2002 Jessica Spain Shortstop First Team All-American NFCA Louisville Slugger Booneville 2002 Jessica Spain Shortstop Honorable Mention NJCAA All-American Booneville 2002 Tanya Gordon Outfield 2nd Team NFCA All-American New Albany 2002 Katie Moore 2nd Team NFCA All-American Booneville

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2002 Lauren Chunn Pitcher Honorable Mention NFCA All-American New Albany

2004 Paige Wright Shortstop First Team NFCA All-American Southaven

2002 Amy Whitley Outfield Honorable Mention NFCA All-American New Site

2005 Paige Wright Shortstop 3rd Team NJCAA All-American Southaven

2003 Brandi Vondenstein Third Base 1st Team NFCA All-American Rayne, La.

2005 Torie Malone Catcher 2nd Team NFCA All-American Hernando

2003 Brandi Vondenstein Third Base Honorable Mention NJCAA All-American Rayne, La.

2005 Amber Hass First Base 2nd Team NFCA All-American Hamilton

2003 Jocelyn McGolrick Pitcher 2nd Team NFCA All-America Richmond, BC, Canada

2007 Shanika Randle Outfielder NFCA All-American Houston

2003 Charity Graham Outfielder 2nd Team NFCA All-American Mantachie 2004 Josie Lindgrin Pitcher 1st Team NFCA All-American Vancouver, BC, Canada 2004 Josie Lindgrin Pitcher Honorable Mention NJCAA All-American Vancouver, BC, Canada 2004 Staranna Fraizer Outfielder Second Team NFCA All-American New Albany 2004 Staranna Fraizer Outfielder Honorable Mention NJCAA All-American New Albany

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2008 Callie Weaver Shortstop 2nd Team NFCA All-American Houston 2013 Andrea Cutts Utility 2nd Team NJCAA All-American Ackerman

Football 1956 Jerry King Running Back All-American Chattanooga, Tenn 1969 Johnny Buskirk Quarterback Honorable Mention New Albany 1969 Donnie Clayton Tight End Honorable Mention Ripley


Tiger 1977 Larry Parker Running Back Honorable Mention Rogersville, Ala. 1977 Barry Todd Defensive Back Second Team Memphis, Tenn. 1979 Maury Hill Defensive Back Second Team Ripley 1980 Paul Rhodes Defensive Lineman Second Team Kossuth 1980 Anthony Norman Running Back Honorable Mention Morrow, Ga.

2010 Antonio Foster Offensive Lineman Honorabal Mention Valdosta, Ga. 2011 Deion Belue Defensive Back Honorable Mention Deshler, Ala. 2012 Jonathan Harrison Punter First-Team Belmont 2012 Lavon Hooks Defensive End Honorable Mention Atlanta, Ga.

Golf 1990 Craig Lauderdale All-American Booneville 2007 Chase Williams All-American Corinth 2010 Blake Hatfield All-American Booneville

Men's Basketball 1950 Gene Garrett Guard All-American LaCenter, Ky.

FOOTBALL 1951 Ken Lindsey Forward All-American Booneville 1954 Charles “Doodle” Floyd Forward All-American Water Valley, Ky. 1956 Adrian “Odie” Smith Guard All-American Kirksey, Ky.

1959 Vincent Del Negro Forward All-American Springfield, Mass. 1968 Gaylon Baird Forward All-American Myrtle 1982 Maurice Stafford Forward Honorable Mention Biggersville 1984 Anthony Anderson Guard Second Team New Albany 1989 Anthony Gamble Forward All-American Booneville 1989 Clay Johnson Guard All-American Booneville 1995 Dontae Jones Forward All-American Nashville, Tenn. 1998 Tim Cole Guard All-American Memphis, Tenn. 2000 Eric Batchelor Forward All-American Memphis, Tenn. 2002 Qyntel Woods Forward All-American Memphis, Tenn.

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Slow-Pitch Softball 2000 Stephanie Stubblefield Infielder All-American Ecru

Women’s Basketball 1986 Jackie Perry Forward All-American Jackson, Tenn. 1986 Kunshinge Sorrell Point Guard All-American Booneville 1987 Sherry Slayton Forward All-American Belmont 1987 Phyllis Stafford Center All-American Biggersville 1988 Evelyn Thompson Forward All-American LaGrange, Ga. 1998 Tiffany Sitton Forward All-American Glen 2001 Tamica Pierce Forward All-American Decatur, Ga. 2004 Marqueciqa Thomas Forward All-American Jackson 2006 Jessica Hooker Forward All-American Brownsville, Tenn. 2006 Krystal Robinson Forward All-American Covington, Tenn.

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Athletics bring hope, excitement in 2013-14 Supporters of Northeast Mississippi Community College’s nine intercollegiate sports programs once again had plenty of reasons to cheer for the Lady Tigers and Tigers during the institution’s 65th year of athletic competition. Northeast recorded yet another successful overall campaign that featured two Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division runner-up finishes, five teams seeing action in the postseason and a number of fantastic victories in a span of 10 months. The Tiger baseball squad made history once again in 2014 by hosting the MACJC State Tournament for the first time in its current format. East Central Community College, Hinds Community College and then-top ranked Jones County Junior College ventured to the City of Hospitality for a great weekend of action on the diamond. Approximately 1,250 fans packed Harold T. White Field over a three-day period that featured seven games. Three of the teams that qualified for the event either appeared in the National Junior College Athletic Association’s (NJCAA) countrywide poll or were receiving votes. Northeast, which rose as high as No. 19 in the NJCAA’s rankings during the regular season, finished with a 27-20 record. The Tigers also swept rival Itawamba Community College in its annual four-game series. Six members of the 2014 baseball squad were selected for postseason honors. Trent Turner led the group with NJCAA All-Region 23 recognition while Luke Stanley, Heath Wood, Riley Alef, Easton Hall and Evan Hickman each earned a spot on the MACJC All-State team. Turner, who hails from Brandon, placed himself among the best in the country and state in multiple offensive categories. He was tops in the NJCAA with nine sacrifice flies, 12th in slugging percentage (.701) and 23rd in batting average (.423). Wood concluded his career at Northeast with 100 hits and 100 runs scored. The Kossuth High School product made perhaps the most memorable play of the year as well when he climbed the left field wall and robbed Itawamba of a two-run homer to propel the Tigers to a sweep of the Indians in Booneville. New Albany’s Alef developed into one of the best catchers in the entire country as a sophomore. He caught 21 men attempting to steal, more than any other athlete in the Magnolia State and third most in the NJCAA, and held an even 50 percent success rate of nailing runners from behind the plate. Hickman was the most reliable arm out of Northeast’s bullpen with a 1.74 earned run average (ERA) in 20.2 innings of work. The Marshall Academy graduate accumulated eight saves, which was ninth best in the nation, in nine opportunities and compiled a perfect 4-0 record. Eighth-year head coach Kent Farris also etched his name into the Northeast record books after garnering his 200th victory in a Tiger uniform on May 2 in a 9-8 decision against Pearl River Community College in the MACJC State Playoffs. Jody Long’s softball program made its fourth consecutive playoff appearance and the 12th trip in the 13-year history of the fast-pitch program during the 2014 campaign. Under a new format that featured a two out of three series to start the postseason, the Tigers traveled to eventual national runner-up Jones County in the opening round and made their mark before falling to the Bobcats. Yasmeen Cooper (Houston) blasted a solo home run just to the side of the scoreboard in left field while Bianca Chagolla (Riverside, Calif.) collected the 100th hit of her illustrious career with a RBI double in the second contest of the series. Northeast also upset then nationally ranked Itawamba in Fulton on March 31 behind a brilliant performance in the circle from Alcorn Central High School alumnus Chelsea Buntin and a game winning RBI single by Houston’s Avery Springer in the seventh inning. The Tigers earned weekly conference honors five times this year. Bre Agnew (Booneville) claimed MACJC Player of the Week designation after smashing three home runs in one game versus Chattahoochee Valley (Ala.) Community College on March 8 in the Cardinal Spring Fling. Buntin and Chagolla both received MACJC Pitcher of the Week accolades twice throughout the season. The duo also tossed one no-hitter apiece during the campaign as well. Buntin conceded only one base runner on a fielding error and struck out four in a run-rule triumph over MACJC North Division foe Coahoma Community College while Chagolla kept Jackson State (Tenn.) Community College out of rhythm with an even seven groundouts and seven flyouts to complete the no-hitter in her final pitching performance ever at David Carnell Memorial Field. Six Tigers garnered postseason awards, topped by a pair of MACJC All-State selections in Buntin and Chagolla. Buntin was also named the MACJC North Division Most Valuable Player while Trenisha King, Whittney Gee, Agnew, Chagolla and Cooper each achieved MACJC All-North Division status. Northeast improved on the tennis courts under the tutelage of Ben Shappley and advanced multiple men and women to the second round of the 2014 MACJC State Tournament at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. In singles action, No. 5 Wesley Tye downed Connor Wilson of Holmes Community College 6-1, 6-4 while No. 6 Noah Wright bested Hinds representative Melvin McNair 6-3, 6-1. The two Booneville natives earned a first round bye in No. 3 doubles competition as well.

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Top seeded doubles players Micah Page and Wesley Brandon, both of Belmont, defeated Juan Miranda and Daniel Giles of East Central 6-3, 1-6, 6-4. On the women’s side, the No. 2 doubles team of Haley Brown (Iuka) and Erica Whitten (Booneville) edged past the Holmes pair of Jennifer Rule and Katherine Wood 6-6 (8-6), 4-6, 6-4. Nikki Baird (Houston) and Lindsey Clark (Olive Branch) also narrowly triumphed over Lauren Peterson and Kristine Jenkins of East Central 3-6, 6-6 (7-2), 7-5. Headman Nick Coln and the Northeast golf program came close to advancing to the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament after a strong opening afternoon on the links at the 2014 MACJC State Tournament at Pine Burr Country Club in Wiggins. The Tigers were in a tie with East Central for sixth place following day one of the event, but a strong push by Jones County on the second morning pushed Northeast to eighth place. Chase Little carded a two-day total of 15-over-par 159 to tie for 26th place individually while another Corinth standout in Blake Farris followed close behind at 74-87-161. Northeast’s football club claimed the runner-up position in the MACJC North Division for the seventh time in school history and the third occasion in four years during the 2013 campaign. The Tigers carried a 4-5 overall record, but all five losses came to opponents ranked by the NJCAA at some point. Northeast was 4-2 in the MACJC North Division, which included back-to-back victories against Holmes and Northwest Mississippi Community College. A pair of freshmen in Jamel Dennis (Oxford) and Marcus Robinson (Memphis, Tenn.) paced Ricky Smither’s Tigers on defense with a combined 160 tackles. Dennis tallied the seventh most tackles in the entire country at 96. Nettleton’s Corbin White was the lone Northeast gridiron star to earn MACJC Player of the Week honors. He ran for 161 yards on 13 carries and cut down the sidelines for a 63-yard touchdown in a 30-9 victory by the Tigers against Mississippi Delta Community College in the season finale. Eight men were named MACJC All-North Division for their part in the historical campaign. Kortilous Ellis (Charleston) and Mitchell Cunningham (Ecru) received firstteam status while Chris Cooper (Madison), Dequinten Spraggins (West Point), Khalil Stinson (College Park, Ga.), Daniel Ross (Louisville, Ky.), Dennis and Robinson each grabbed second-team recognition. Twelve Tigers signed scholarships to continue their careers at four-year schools. They include Martice Buckley (Missouri Southern State), Ellis (Arkansas Tech), Miguel Graham (Northwestern State), Parrish Huddleston (UAB), Nick Johnson (North Alabama), Gregdrecus Leland (West Alabama), Jeremy Liggins (Ole Miss), Razean Prather (Missouri Southern State), Jerrard Randall (Arizona), Spraggins (Murray State), Jaquille White (UT Martin) and Romia Wilson (Bethune-Cookman). Northeast’s tradition-rich basketball programs compiled a number of thrilling wins and moments during the 2013-14 season. The Lady Tigers with coach Brian Alexander at the helm snapped a 10-game winning streak by Wallace State (Ala.) Community College at Hanceville with a 61-56 triumph inside Bonner Arnold Coliseum on January 9. The Tigers delivered first-year headman Cord Wright’s first MACJC North Division victory in exciting fashion. Northeast scored the final five points of overtime, four of them from center Al Azulphar (Norwalk, Conn.), to claim a 90-89 battle with Mississippi Delta. Both squads had a positive ending to the campaign after sweeping Holmes on sophomore night. Hometown product Keldrick Lesley of Booneville scored a career-high 19 points to help the Tigers down the Bulldogs 68-67 while Antionette Riddle added 24 points to the Lady Tigers’ 83-77 victory. Belmont’s Angelia Allen, who averaged a double-double from November 18-24, and Aushiana Ivy, who tallied 18 points and 13 rebounds against Columbia State (Tenn.) Community College on November 25, both earned MACJC Player of the Week on the women’s side while Azulphar blocked 12 shots in a two-game stretch from November 18-24 to pick up the league honor as well. Riddle reached double figures in 18 matchups in a row to conclude the year and was named to the MACJC All-State team alongside fellow Tupelo native Ivy. Riddle, who signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) with Delta State University, compiled a total of 596 points in two seasons at Northeast. Dimario Jackson (Brusly, La.), who topped the Tigers with 15.2 points per game and a field goal percentage of 41.5 as a freshman, also collected MACJC All-State prestige. Karri Davis entered her second year as coach of the cheerleading squad, which continued to provide constant support for the Northeast football and basketball programs. From pep rallies on Thursday afternoons in the fall to the final whistle inside legendary Bonner Arnold Coliseum, Northeast’s cheerleaders were on duty to encourage the home crowds to cheer on the Lady Tigers and Tigers. Seventeen student-athletes received academic honors from either the MACJC or NJCAA for their efforts in the classroom during the 2013-14 school year. Booneville’s Allie Downs, who was one of only five women’s tennis players in the nation to hold a flawless 4.0 grade point average (GPA), led the group while nine others notched NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Awards as well. In addition, six of Northeast’s eight sports that are sanctioned by the NJCAA garnered recognition as an All-Academic Team for maintaining a GPA above 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

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Social media For fans that cannot make it to the games in Booneville or away contests, Northeast athletics and individual teams have made it easier for family, friends and fans to keep up with their favorite sport via various social media accounts.

Twitter: @NEMCCTigers - General athletic news & live game updates for all nine intercollegiate athletic programs from SID Blake Long. Interact by using the hashtags #TigerPower and #NEMCC @NETigerFootball - Tiger football team @NEMCCBaseball - Tiger baseball team @NETigerSB - Tiger softball team @NEMCCGolf - Tiger golf team @NEMCCcheer - Tiger cheerleading squad

Facebook: For updates on each of Northeast’s athletic programs, including links to videos and news stories, like the Tigers at www. facebook.com/NEMCCTigers Fans can also follow the Tiger softball team at http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Northeast-Mississippi-CommunityCollege-Softball-Team

General Information: As a reminder, general information about the college can be found at the Northeast website at http://www.nemcc.edu

Athletic News: Athletic news will be posted at http://www.nemccathletics.com

Videos: For those wishing for those wishing to view videos highlights of Northeast athletics, videos can be found at http://www. youtube.com/nemcctigers while news articles can be found at http://www.youtube.com/nemcctv You can also find short behind-the-scenes and game day videos on Vine by searching and following NEMCCTigers

Photos: Small snippet photos can be found via Instagram at @nemcctigers or at the web address http://www.instagram.com/ nemcctigers Photos from athletic and campus events from staff photographer Michael H. Miller can be found on the college’s SmugMug site at http://nemcctigers.smugmug.com

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NE welcomes five into Sports Hall of Fame Northeast Mississippi Community College is proud to announce its latest class of honorees to be inducted into the school’s Sports Hall of Fame. Harry Cosby, Myrl Crowe, Mike Lewis, Jerry Reno and Ray Scott became the sixth class to be enshrined during a ceremony in the Claude Wright Room of the Haney Union at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 5. The five gentlemen were recognized before the kickoff of the 2013 homecoming football game against Coahoma Community College on Saturday, October 5. Harry T. Cosby (Football 1976, 1977) Harry T. Cosby anchored one of the best defenses in Northeast Mississippi Community College football history while under the tutelage of National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Hall of Fame coach W.B. (Bill) Ward. During his sophomore year of 1977, Cosby and the Tigers held opposing teams to only 10.9 points per game. That mark is good for the third best in a season at Northeast. The Tigers also posted three shutouts against Coahoma (32-0), Holmes (10-0) and Mississippi Delta (10-0), which is tied for the school record for most scoreless games for an adversary in one campaign. Only two other Northeast squads have posted a trio of shutouts – the first ever Tiger team in 1949 that finished as the Mississippi Valley Conference champion at 5-5-1 under Woody Johnson and the Horace McCool led 1956 group that posted a program-best 10 victories. Northeast finished with a winning record for the first time in nine seasons at 6-4 and as North Division runner-up in Cosby’s final year in Booneville. During the two-year span that the Iuka native starred on the gridiron at Northeast, the Tigers went a combined 10-10 with a 7-5 division record. Cosby continued his football career at East Tennessee State University from 1978-79. In his two years at Johnson City, Tenn., the Buccaneers went 11-11 and notched their first winning campaign in nine seasons. Among the list of those he played with at East Tennessee State is current Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith. Cosby graduated with a degree is general dentistry and still has a practice today in Tupelo. Ellis “Myrl” Crowe (Men’s Basketball 1953-54, 1954-55; Baseball 1955) Ellis “Myrl” Crowe began a career in the sport of basketball that would span six decades as a student at Thrasher High School before becoming a standout player at then-Northeast Mississippi Junior College. Crowe started at forward in both his freshman and sophomore campaigns for legendary Tiger coach Bonner Arnold and found great success over the two-year period. Both the 1953-54 and 1954-55 teams won the state championship. The Tigers made the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kan., during his freshman campaign and finished in seventh place. He was named to the All-State team during his sophomore season of 1955 and also starred on the Tiger baseball squad as a pitcher that same year. After leaving Booneville, Crowe continued his basketball playing days at thenBethel College in McKenzie, Tenn., where he was named to the All-Volunteer State Athletic Conference team as a junior. Upon graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from Bethel, Crowe returned to the sport he loved as the head coach of Marietta High School’s basketball programs in 1957.

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Fans there got an early taste of what would become one of the most successful careers in Mississippi’s storied basketball history when he led Marietta’s girls team to a North Half appearance in 1960. After five years in rural Prentiss County, Crowe moved to Kossuth High School where he rose to fame over the next 20 years. Over that period of time, Crowe captured numerous Alcorn County Tournament and invitational tournament crowns on both the boys and girls side of the game. The Aggies finished as the Mississippi Class A-AA state runner-up in backto-back seasons from 1965-66. The 1964-65 edition also won the Tombigbee Conference title. He made another North Half appearance with the Lady Aggies in 1974 and was named the conference Girls Coach of the Year in 1981. Following that season, he took a hiatus from coaching before returning to the Kossuth sidelines as girls only coach in 1988. He also had a stint as the headman of the girls program at Booneville High School. Crowe coached high school girls basketball for 31 seasons total, the first 26 with no losing seasons, and boys basketball for 19 years with only two campaigns without a winning record. Combining both sides, Crowe won more than 950 games throughout his illustrious career to become another Hill Country basketball legend. Mike Lewis (Baseball 1970, 1971; Head Men’s Basketball Coach 1992-2004) Mike Lewis continued the winning tradition that men’s basketball fans of Northeast Mississippi Community College have come to expect each season. Lewis compiled a 206-135 record in 12 years as the head coach of the Tigers. His tenure in Booneville saw the Alcorn County native win multiple awards and lead Northeast back to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Tournament. The 1994-95 edition caught on fire and won 16 of its last 20 games and qualified for the trip to Hutchinson, Kan., by winning the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament. Five years later, magic struck again for Lewis and Northeast. The Tigers swept through the 1999-2000 campaign as champions of the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division, the MACJC State Tournament and the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament. Northeast’s second excursion to the NJCAA National Tournament under Lewis saw the Tigers finish in eighth place. After the season, Lewis was named the Region 23 Coach of the Year for guiding Northeast to a 30-6 overall record. Overall, he won four MACJC North Division Tournament titles (1993, 1994, 1995, 2000) and two MACJC State Tournament championships (1994, 2000) to go with his National Tournament appearances. Lewis rose to prominence on the baseball diamond and not the hardwood as a player. He was a main member of the 1970 Tiger team that won the Mississippi Community College Conference North Division title and lost in a one-game playoff to Perkinston Junior College. His prowess on the ballfield led Lewis to continue his playing career at Delta State University under legendary coach David “Boo” Ferriss. The 1972 Statesman team finished second in the Gulf South Conference Tournament and defeated NCAA Division I programs such as the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of Mississippi. Lewis earned a Bachelor’s degree from Delta State and a Master’s degree from the University of North Alabama. Before becoming the headman of the Tigers, Lewis directed the programs of

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Sports Hall of Fame Inductees MACJC Sports Hall of Fame

Northeast Sports Hall of Fame 2008

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David ‘Nub’ Strickland, Football W.B. “Bill” Ward, Football coach/Athletic Director Kenneth “Cat” Robbins, Basketball Coach Kenneth Lindsey, Men’s Basketball Chuck “Doodle” Floyd, Men’s Basketball Gene Garrett, Men’s Basketball Adrian Smith, Men’s Basketball Bonner Arnold, Basketball Coach/Athletic Director Harold T. White, Football/College President Earline “Woodsie” Woods, Supporter

Ricky Ford, Women’s Basketball Coach/Athletic Dir.

Jim Drewry, Football

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Mike Lewis, Baseball, Men’s Basketball Coach

Johnny Buskirk, Football Vincent Del Negro, Men’s Basketball

2013 David Carnell, Sr., Softball Coach/Athletic Director

Sherry Slayton, Women’s Basketball

2012 Ricky Ford, Women’s Basketball Coach/Athletic Dir.

2012 Audrey Covington, Women’s Basketball

2011 Kunshigne Sorrell Howard, Women’s Basketball

Benjamin Guy Gardner, Men’s Basketball

2009

Freddie Copeland, Men’s Basketball

Harvey Childers, Men’s Basketball Coach Gerald Caveness, Men’s Basketball Clyde Jones, Men’s Basketball Larry Parker, Football Evelyn Thompson, Women’s Basketball

2010 David “Nub” Strickland, Football

Bandi Vondenstein Dannelly, Softball Malcolm Kuykendall, Alumni

2009 Harvey Childers, Men’s Basketball Coach

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Harry T. Cosby, Football

Michael Grier, Football Kunshigne Sorrell Howard, Women’s Basketball Phyllis Stafford Dilworth, Women’s Basketball Jack Martin, Men’s Basketball David Carnell, Sr., Softball Coach/Athletic Director

Kenneth Lindsey, Men’s Basketball Harold T. White, Football/College President

Ellis “Myrl” Crowe, Men’s Basketball, Baseball

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Mike Lewis, Baseball, Men’s Basketball Coach

Adrian Smith, Men’s Basketball

Larry “Jerry” Reno, Men’s Basketball

Bonner Arnold, Basketball Coach/Athletic Director

Ray Scott, Baseball Coach

W.B. “Bill” Ward, Football Coach/Athletic Director

Alcorn Central High School, Biggersville High School and Water Valley High School. At Alcorn Central, Lewis led the Golden Bears to a 112-55 record, one Division 1-3A title, a Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) Class 3A championship and three Tombigbee Conference crowns during his five-year tenure. In 1988, Lewis was named the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal co-Coach of the Year and was named Coach of the Year by the Clarion-Ledger and the Daily Corinthian. Lewis is currently the head boys basketball coach at Walnut High School. He and his wife Shirley have two daughters, Lesley and Lana. Larry “Jerry” Reno (Men’s Basketball 1970-71, 1971-72) Jerry Reno was the latest in a long string of talented basketball players to enter the halls of then-Northeast Mississippi Junior College when he first stepped onto campus in 1970. The Ripley native earned respect quickly and was named team captain as a freshman. He served in the same capacity during his second season in Booneville. The 1970-71 edition of the Tigers under the direction of NEMCC Sports Hall of Fame coach Kenneth Lindsey finished with a 20-6 record, only two losses of which were in conference games. A high-powered Northeast offense eclipsed the century mark in points six times 90 or more in four other games. Northeast won the North Half title by defeating Mississippi Delta Junior College and earned the right to host the Mississippi Junior College State Tournament. The Tigers ran the tables to the championship game, but lost to Hinds Junior College to conclude the season. Reno was named second team All-State and led Northeast in free throw percentage and assists. He again led the Tigers in the same two categories as a sophomore in 1971-72 on the way to earning first team All-State honors.

Reno’s play on the court was so sharp that he earned a scholarship to thenBethel College in McKenzie, Tenn. Ray Scott (Baseball Coach 1992-2006) Ray Scott brought the Northeast Mississippi Community College baseball program back to postseason prominence during his 15 seasons as head coach. His very first team in 1992 won the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division for the first time in over 20 years. Ralph Johnson’s 1970 squad was the last before then to do so and went 8-41 with a loss to Perkinston Junior College in a one-game state championship playoff. The Tigers closed the regular season with eight straight wins and finished 2023 overall, 14-6 in the North. Scott’s Tigers earned the right to host Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in the MACJC State Championship series at Harold T. White Field. The Bulldogs won the series, but Northeast still qualified for a program first National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 23 Tournament. Eight years later, Scott broke the school record for wins in a season at the time with 26 victories on the way to another playoff bid. Ronnie Key’s 1989 troup held the previous mark with 24 wins. All told, Scott left the baseball diamond as the winningest headman in program history with 277 total triumphs. His teams earned five postseason berths, including three straight from 1999-to-2001. Northeast returned to the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament in 2004 in the final playoff appearance of Scott’s storied career. Scott earned an Associate’s degree from Northeast and both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Mississippi State University. He started his coaching career with baseball and football stints at Baldwyn High School and Corinth High School. He and his wife Wendy have two sons, current Tiger assistant Jon Andy and Jake.

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1949 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Woody Johnson 34 Senatobia 13 Decatur 27 Bethel, TN 21 Ellisville 37 Martin, TN 6 Poplarville 41 Fulton 40 Perkinston 27 Hinds 19 Moorhead 20 Union, TN

(5-5-1) 0 31 6 6 0 34 0 15 60 31 20

1950 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Doug Hamley 31 Northwest 7 East Central 21 Bethel 20 Ellisville 21 UT College 20 Pearl River 0 Itawamba 20 Perkinston 0 Hinds 32 Sunflower

(6-2-2) 0 12 13 12 6 7 0 20 19 14

1951 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Doug Hamley 0 Little Rock 6 Decatur 34 Northwest 7 Ellisville 19 Gulf Coast 7 Pearl River 37 Scooba 47 UT College 7 Hinds 33 Itawamba

(5-4-1) 6 7 14 7 7 27 0 0 54 7

1952 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Charles Borde 13 Fulton 6 East Central 13 Senatobia 14 Ellisville 13 Perkinston 0 Pearl River 13 Scooba 13 UT College 14 Hinds

(1-7-1) 14 14 7 14 41 38 39 19 66

1953 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Charles Borde 13 East Mississippi 26 Little Rock, Ark. 13 East Central 14 Northwest 6 Jones County 26 UT-Martin 0 Gulf Coast 0 Pearl River 13 East Mississippi 0 Hinds 21 Sunflower 19 Itawamba

(4-8) 19 13 20 12 21 14 17 52 17 69 40 7

1954 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Charles Borde 12 East Central 2 Little Rock 50 Marion Institute 0 Jones County 0 Pearl River 21 Holmes County 19 Sunflower 7 East Mississippi 37 Northwest 32 UT-Martin 19 Itawamba

(5-6) 7 27 0 46 19 25 20 9 12 16 15

1955 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Horace McCool 2 East Central 6 Memphis St. 12 Jones County 0 Pearl River 25 Holmes 0 Sunflower 13 Scooba 7 Northwest 27 Itawamba

(3-6) 27 7 26 14 13 40 7 13 7

1956 NE NE NE NE NE

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Holmes Livingston St. Scooba Northwest ICC West Georgia

0 19 13 0 7 0

1968 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 33 28 14 19 34 41 16 48 7

Southwest Hinds Holmes East Central East Mississippi Northwest Copiah-Lincoln Itawamba Perkinston

(4-5) 20 17 37 24 37 22 20 14 43

1969 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 39 15 16 48 13 40 21 20 28

Southwest Hinds Holmes East Central East Mississippi Northwest Copiah-Lincoln Itawamba Perkinston

(7-2) 21 13 20 14 27 21 17 18 14

1970 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 3 26 21 12 13 17 18 15 6 14

Pearl River East Mississippi Southwest Mississippi Delta Itawamba Hinds Northwest East Central Holmes Jones

(4-6) 26 21 20 6 12 18 54 32 38 25

1971 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 0 14 7 16 22 6 21 7 12 12

Pearl River East Mississippi Southwest Mississippi Delta Itawamba Hinds Northwest East Central Holmes Jones

(0-10) 29 37 21 26 74 20 75 41 23 46

1972 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 24 0 6 0 16 3 16 13 7 3

Gulf Coast Mississippi Delta Southwest Itawamba Northwest East Central Hinds East Mississippi Pearl River Holmes

(2-8) 35 28 0 14 7 19 28 14 33 18

1973 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 6 27 20 14 0 23 14 17 3 20

Gulf Coast Mississippi Delta Southwest Itawamba Northwest East Central Hinds East Mississippi Pearl River Holmes

(4-6) 34 45 19 53 12 20 7 19 20 3

1974 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 23 0 6 22 14 7 29 13 34 21 20

Hinds ICC Northwest Co-Lin East Mississippi Holmes Baptist Christian Pearl River East Central Mississippi Delta Southwest

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15 6 13 24 19 10 15 6 22

ICC Northwest Co-Lin East Mississippi Holmes Pearl River East Central Mississippi Delta Southwest

24 6 15 28 7 14 20 7 40

1976 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 16 6 12 13 10 20 19 0 31 7

Southwest Gulf Coast Coahoma Holmes Co-Lin East Mississippi Itawamba Northwest Mississippi Delta East Central

(4-6) 7 24 28 7 28 11 28 28 14 28

1977 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 7 32 32 10 38 4 11 42 10 19

Southwest Gulf Coast Coahoma Holmes Co-Lin East Mississippi Itawamba Northwest Mississippi Delta East Central

(6-4) 14 7 0 0 7 20 12 28 0 21

1978 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 14 3 6 8 6 7 0 0 7 18

Pearl River Holmes Hinds Coahoma Gulf Coast East Mississippi Itawamba Jones Mississippi Delta Northwest

(0-10) 20 7 12 9 10 14 26 26 13 40

1979 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 7 10 27 6 9 14 10 14 15 41 0

Pearl River Holmes Hinds Coahoma Gulf Coast East Mississippi Itawamba Jones Mississippi Delta Northwest Jones

(6-5) 41 0 20 0 27 6 17 28 14 3 23

1980 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 16 17 26 19 35 35 25 45 26 17 3

Copiah-Lincoln Coahoma Jones Holmes Hinds East Mississippi Itawamba Mississippi Delta Northwest Pearl River Jones

(9-2) 6 6 23 7 28 14 7 0 0 27 19

1981 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 14 55 21 7 7 0 13 16 9 14

(1-9) Copiah-Lincoln Coahoma Jones Holmes Hinds East Mississippi Itawamba Mississippi Delta Northwest Pearl River

36 18 47 27 14 29 21 28 21 21

1982 NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bill Ward 0 19 29 31 19 19

(4-6) Gulf Coast Holmes East Central Coahoma East Mississippi Itawamba

31 21 7 10 31 20

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NE NE NE NE

17 0 24 35

Jones Northwest Southwest Mississippi Delta

20 41 14 0

1983 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

David Carnell 0 Gulf Coast 15 Holmes 10 East Central 45 Coahoma 14 East Mississippi 12 Itawamba 12 Jones 0 Northwest 14 Southwest 14 Mississippi Delta 0 Gulf Coast

(4-7) 33 7 14 0 13 11 23 47 17 17 42

1984 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

David Carnell 6 Hinds 10 Coahoma Southwest 6 Holmes 3 Gulf Coast 14 Itawamba 13 East Mississippi 35 Northwest 7 Mississippi Delta 2 Jones

(0-10) 21 15

1985 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

David Carnell 9 Hinds 13 Coahoma 6 Southwest 6 Holmes 3 Gulf Coast Itawamba East Mississippi 13 Northwest 23 Mississippi Delta 0 Jones

(1-9) 14 30 14 5 19

1986 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Johnny Plummer 26 Jones 29 Holmes 20 Pearl River 34 Coahoma 20 Gulf Coast 14 Itawamba 9 East Mississippi 17 Mississippi Delta 14 Northwest 0 Hinds

(5-5) 17 18 36 19 10 22 10 14 43 12

1987 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Johnny Plummer 14 Jones 7 Holmes 14 Pearl River 52 Coahoma 24 Gulf Coast 21 Itawamba 3 East Mississippi 35 Mississippi Delta 23 Northwest 0 Hinds 14 Hinds

(6-4-1) 3 7 38 0 7 17 0 28 38 34 42

1988 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Johnny Plummer 16 East Central 14 Coahoma 14 Holmes 6 Copiah-Lincoln 7 Itawamba 10 Pearl River 9 East Mississippi 25 Mississippi Delta 10 Northwest 31 Southwest

(4-5-1) 20 7 35 17 7 3 14 8 31 7

1989 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Johnny Plummer 13 East Central 40 Coahoma 7 Holmes 11 Copiah-Lincoln 7 Itawamba 35 Pearl River 14 East Mississippi 0 Mississippi Delta 14 Northwest 28 Southwest

(4-6) 7 14 18 18 21 25 21 43 49 6

1990

Hubert Tucker

30 33 29 15 49 42 36

31 31 28

(2-7-1)


Tiger

FOOTBALL

Northeast football game-by-game results

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

7 24 27 27 0 24 24 13 0 14

Southwest Gulf Coast Coahoma Holmes Co-Lin East Mississippi Itawamba Northwest Mississippi Delta East Central

30 24 10 13 24 36 50 54 34 31

1991 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Hubert Tucker 17 Southwest 28 Gulf Coast 39 Coahoma 10 Holmes 14 Co-Lin 28 East Mississippi 0 Itawamba 3 Northwest 16 Mississippi Delta 15 East Central

(4-5-1) 24 14 0 9 20 21 0 31 33 29

1992 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Hubert Tucker 14 Pearl River 15 Holmes 0 Hinds 42 Coahoma 28 Gulf Coast 21 East Mississippi 6 Itawamba 17 Jones 0 Mississippi Delta 8 Northwest

(4-6) 21 31 34 0 24 14 28 14 23 22

1993 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Hubert Tucker 14 Pearl River 13 Holmes 0 Hinds 30 Coahoma 21 Gulf Coast 35 East Mississippi 6 Itawamba 0 Jones 7 Mississippi Delta 27 Northwest

(3-6-1) 45 23 27 8 20 19 29 34 17 27

1994 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Hubert Tucker 0 Co-Lin 36 Coahoma 22 Jones 12 Holmes 6 Hinds 26 East Mississippi 0 Itawamba 14 Mississippi Delta 14 Northwest 34 Pearl River

(3-7) 15 14 46 26 36 14 45 12 21 47

1995 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Gunter Brewer 3 Co-Lin 24 Coahoma 24 Jones 0 Holmes 0 Hinds 9 East Mississippi 0 Itawamba 39 Mississippi Delta 13 Northwest

(0-10) 20 26 40 32 38 42 34 44 35

NE

0

Pearl River

7

NE NE

34 21

1996 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Laurin Collins 0 Pearl River 7 East Central 6 Southwest 0 Mississippi Delta 0 Holmes 7 Northwest 12 East Mississippi 33 Coahoma 0 Itawamba 6 Co-Lin

(1-9) 21 36 16 45 41 20 37 0 43 19

1997 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Laurin Collins 7 Pearl River 3 East Central 14 Southwest 10 Mississippi Delta 8 Holmes 13 Northwest 0 East Mississippi 22 Coahoma 14 Itawamba 0 Co-Lin

(2-8) 25 9 21 7 41 42 21 18 22 23

1998 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Laurin Collins 0 Southwest 13 Co-Lin 0 Jones 0 Holmes 17 Northwest 14 Gulf Coast 21 Coahoma 14 East Mississippi 31 Itawamba 10 Mississippi Delta

1999 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Pearl River Holmes

40 35

2002 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bobby Hall 13 Pearl River 14 East Central 3 East Mississippi 2 Southwest 29 Coahoma 35 Itawamba 18 Mississippi Delta 7 Holmes 3 Northwest 0 Jones

(7-3) 6 7 0 20 0 19 0 6 27 15

2003 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Andy Greening 3 Pearl River 17 East Central 17 East Mississippi 26 Southwest 44 Coahoma 31 Itawamba 18 Mississippi Delta 24 Holmes 26 Northwest

(3-6) 43 13 44 25 16 34 28 27 34

(1-9) 23 14 30 20 51 48 20 31 38 34

2004 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Andy Greening 9 Southwest 45 Co-Lin 43 Coahoma 31 Holmes 24 Itawamba 16 Mississippi Delta 14 Jones 19 Northwest 31 East Mississippi 6 Hinds

(7-3) 0 14 13 3 13 17 24 16 16 30

Laurin Collins 6 Southwest 0 Co-Lin 0 Jones 6 Holmes 12 Northwest 0 Gulf Coast 3 Coahoma 0 East Mississippi 13 Itawamba 0 Mississippi Delta

(0-10) 19 17 28 34 58 35 17 44 31 37

2005 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Andy Greening 20 Holmes 41 Itawamba 42 Mississippi Delta 23 Jones 38 Northwest 45 East Mississippi 30 Coahoma 20 Pearl River 14 Trinity Valley (BG)

(7-2) 13 0 0 7 14 27 14 27 24

2000 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Laurin Collins 21 Jones 6 Gulf Coast 3 Hinds 0 Northwest 0 East Mississippi 48 Coahoma 17 Mississippi Delta 14 Itawamba 21 Pearl River 27 Holmes

(2-8) 12 32 45 63 21 0 34 45 54 29

2006 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Andy Greening 10 Jones County 7 Gulf Coast 10 Hinds 14 Northwest 24 Itawamba 8 East Mississippi 48 Mississippi Delta 44 Coahoma 12 Holmes

(3-6) 31 42 14 31 29 25 25 16 2

2001 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Bobby Hall 7 Gulf Coast 3 Hinds 28 Northwest 41 East Mississippi 35 Coahoma 0 Mississippi Delta 14 Itawamba

(3-6) 29 53 27 14 8 13 24

2007 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Andy Greening 9 Jones County 7 Gulf Coast 13 Hinds 24 Northwest 13 Itawamba 27 East Mississippi 44 Mississippi Delta 36 Coahoma 0 Holmes

(2-7) 39 34 14 26 20 31 24 6 13

2008 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Ricky Smither 2 Hinds 10 Pearl River 9 Itawamba 0 Mississippi Delta 7 Holmes 7 East Central 0 East Mississippi 25 Coahoma 28 Northwest

(1-8) 0 38 12 35 30 38 49 28 50

2009 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Ricky Smither 7 Hinds 23 Pearl River 28 Itawamba 7 Mississippi Delta 25 Holmes 28 East Central 10 East Mississippi 14 Coahoma 14 Northwest

(2-7) 16 42 21 14 10 34 48 20 17

2010 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Ricky Smither 34 East Central 16 Southwest 26 Mississippi Delta 35 Holmes 6 Northwest 49 East Mississippi 31 Coahoma 17 Itawamba 3 Copiah-Lincoln

(5-4) 6 20 13 20 26 42 17 20 23

2011 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Ricky Smither 40 East Central 32 Southwest 16 Mississippi Delta 21 Holmes 34 Northwest 35 East Mississippi 29 Coahoma 18 Itawamba 12 Copiah-Lincoln 17 Gulf Coast

(6-4) 27 9 3 0 28 63 13 28 21 20

2012 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Ricky Smither 14 Copiah-Lincoln 30 Jones County 14 Holmes 13 Northwest 7 Gulf Coast 21 Coahoma 0 East Mississippi 15 Itawamba 24 Mississippi Delta

(3-6) 33 21 34 19 61 17 49 36 3

2013 NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

Ricky Smither 20 Copiah-Lincoln 28 Jones County 17 Holmes 34 Northwest 14 Gulf Coast 27 Coahoma 0 East Mississippi 33 Itawamba 30 Mississippi Delta

(4-5) 29 34 14 21 28 17 59 36 9

Program History

Mississippi Valley Conference Champions (1949, 1950) North Division champion four times (1980, 2002, 2004, 2005) North Division runner-up seven times (1977, 1979, 1983, 1987, 2010, 2011, 2013) Northeast has appeared in one bowl game (2005, Pilgrim’s Pride Bowl vs. Trinity Valley (Texas))

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Northeast football opponent series Arkansas St. (NE leads series 1-0) 1956

NE 26

Arkansas State

14

Baptist Christian (NE leads series 1-0) 1974

NE 29

Baptist Christian

14

Bethel (NE leads series 2-0) 1949 1950

NE 27 NE 21

Bethel, TN Bethel, TN

6 13

Coahoma (NE leads series 30-8) 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

12 32 8 6 17 55 31 45 10 13 34 52 14 40 27 39 42 30 36 24 33 22 21 3 48 35 29 44 43 30 44 36 25 14 31 29 21 27

Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma Coahoma

28 0 9 0 6 18 10 0 15 30 19 0 7 14 10 0 0 8 14 26 0 18 20 17 0 8 0 16 13 14 16 6 28 20 17 13 17 17

Copiah-Lincoln (Copiah-Lincoln lead series 18-5) 1968 1969 1974 1975 1976 1977 1980 1981 1988 1989

32

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

16 21 22 13 10 38 16 14 6 11

Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln

1990 1991 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2004 2010 2011 2012 2013

20 17 0 15 28 7 6 36 17 18

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

0 14 0 3 6 0 13 0 45 3 12 14 20

Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln

24 20 15 20 19 23 14 17 14 23 21 33 29

East Central (East Central leads series 21-11) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1982 1983 1988 1989 1990 1991 1996 1997 2002 2003 2008 2009 2010 2011

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

13 7 6 6 13 12 2 27 19 48 15 7 3 23 34 15 7 19 29 10 16 13 14 15 7 3 14 17 7 28 34 40

East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central East Central

31 12 7 14 20 7 27 7 24 14 32 41 19 20 17 20 28 21 7 14 20 7 31 29 36 9 7 13 38 34 6 27

East Mississippi (East Mississippi leads series 35-18) 1951 1952 1953 1953 1954 1955 1956 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

37 13 13 13 7 13 33 34 13 26 14 13 17 14 24 20 4 7

East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi

0 39 17 19 9 7 13 37 27 21 37 14 19 24 28 11 20 14

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

14 35 0 19 14 13 9 3 9 14 24 28 21 35 26 9 12 0 14 0 0 41 3 17 31 45 8 27 0 10 49 35 0 0

East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi East Mississippi

6 14 29 31 13 15 10 0 14 21 36 21 14 19 14 42 37 21 31 44 21 14 0 44 16 27 25 31 49 48 42 63 49 59

Gordon Military (NE leads series 1-0) 1956

NE 25

Gordon Military

14

Hinds (Hinds leads series 25-7-1) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1978 1979 1980 1981 1984 1985 1986 1987 1987 1992 1993 1994 1995 2000

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

27 0 7 14 0 28 15 17 6 16 14 23 7 6 27 35 7 6 9 0 14 0 0 0 6 0 3

Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds

60 19 54 66 69 17 13 18 20 28 7 10 7 12 20 28 14 21 14 12 42 34 34 27 36 38 45


Tiger 2001 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

NE 3 NE 6 NE 10 NE 13 NE 2 NE 7

FOOTBALL

Northeast football opponent series Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds Hinds

53 30 14 14 0 16

Holmes (Holmes leads series 27-21-1) 1954 1955 1956 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

21 25 25 14 16 6 12 3 20 7 19 13 10 3 10 19 7 19 15 6 6 29 7 14 7 27 10 15 13 12 0 0 8 0 6 27 21 7 24 31 20 12 0 7 25 35 21 14 17

Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes Holmes

25 13 0 37 20 38 23 18 3 17 7 7 0 7 0 7 27 21 7 30 5 18 7 35 18 13 9 31 23 26 32 41 41 20 34 29 35 6 27 3 13 2 13 30 10 20 0 34 14

Itawamba (Itawamba leads series 35-16-3) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1968

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

41 0 33 13 19 19 27 20 48

Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba

0 0 7 14 7 15 7 7 14

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

20 13 22 0 14 0 15 19 11 0 10 25 13 19 12 14 14 21 7 7 24 0 6 6 0 0 0 14 31 13 14 14 35 31 24 41 24 13 9 28 17 18 15 33

Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba Itawamba

18 12 74 14 53 13 24 28 12 26 17 7 21 20 11 29 22 17 7 21 50 0 28 29 45 34 43 22 38 31 45 24 19 34 13 0 29 20 12 21 20 28 36 36

Jones County ( Jones County leads series 24-8-2) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1970 1971 1978 1979 1979 1980 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1992

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

21 20 7 14 6 0 12 26 14 12 0 14 0 3 26 21 17 12 2 0 26 14 17

Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County

6 12 7 14 21 46 26 41 25 46 26 28 23 19 23 47 20 23 36 28 17 3 14

1993 1994 1995 1998 1999 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

0 22 24 0 0 21 0 14 23 10 9 30 28

Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County Jones County

34 46 40 30 28 12 15 24 7 31 39 21 34

Little Rock, Ark. (Little Rock leads series 2-1) 1951 1953 1954

NE 0 NE 26 NE 2

Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark.

6 13 27

Livingston St. (NE leads series 1-0) 1956

NE 31

Livingston St.

19

Marion Institute (NE leads series 1-0) 1954

NE 50

Marion Institute

0

Memphis State (Memphis State leads series 1-0) 1955

NE

6

Memphis St.

7

Mississippi Delta (Miss. Delta leads series 29-19) 1949 1950 1953 1954 1955 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

19 32 21 19 0 12 16 0 27 21 6 31 10 7 15 45 16 35 14 7 23 17 35 25 0 0 16 0 7 14 39 0 10 10

Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta

31 14 40 20 40 6 26 28 45 28 7 14 0 13 14 0 28 0 17 42 31 14 28 8 43 34 33 23 17 12 44 45 7 34

33


Tiger 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

0 17 0 18 18 16 42 48 44 0 7 26 16 24 30

FOOTBALL

Northeast football opponent series Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta Mississippi Delta

37 34 13 0 28 17 0 25 24 35 14 13 3 3 9

Miss. Gulf Coast (Miss. Gulf Coast leads series 22-9-2) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1968 1969 1972 1973 1976 1977 1978 1979 1982 1983 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1990 1991 1992 1993 1998 1999 2000 2001 2006 2007 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

40 20 19 13 0 7 28 24 6 6 32 6 9 0 0 0 3 3 20 24 24 28 28 21 14 0 6 7 7 7 17 7 14

MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast MS Gulf Coast

15 20 7 41 17 43 14 35 34 24 7 10 27 31 33 42 33 19 10 7 24 14 24 20 48 35 32 29 42 34 20 61 28

Northwest (Northwest leads series 34-17-2) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

34

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

34 31 34 13 14 37 7 6 41 40 18 21 16 0 6 6

Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest

0 0 14 7 12 12 13 0 22 21 54 75 7 12 27 6

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

0 42 18 41 26 9 0 0 35 13 14 23 10 14 13 3 8 27 14 13 7 13 17 12 0 28 3 26 19 38 14 24 28 14 6 34 13 34

Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest Northwest

28 28 40 3 0 21 41 47 49 31 43 38 31 49 54 31 22 27 21 35 20 42 51 58 63 27 27 34 16 14 31 26 50 17 26 28 19 21

Pearl River (Pearl River leads series 30-4) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1978 1979 1980 1981 1986 1987 1988 1989 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 2000 2001 2002 2003

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

6 20 7 0 0 0 0 3 0 7 3 13 10 14 7 17 14 20 14 10 35 14 14 34 0 0 7 21 34 13 3

Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River

34 7 27 38 52 19 14 26 29 33 20 31 14 20 41 27 21 36 38 3 25 21 45 47 7 21 25 54 40 6 43

2005 2008 2009

NE 20 NE 10 NE 23

Pearl River Pearl River Pearl River

27 38 42

Southwest (Southwest leads series 14-12-1) 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1982 1983 1984 1985 1988 1989 1990 1991 1996 1997 1998 1999 2002 2003 2004 2010 2011

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

33 39 21 7 6 20 20 22 16 7 24 14 6 31 28 7 17 6 14 0 6 2 26 9 17 32

Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest Southwest

20 21 20 21 0 19 20 40 7 14 14 17 14 7 6 30 24 16 21 23 19 20 25 0 20 9

Trinity Valley (Trinity Valley leads series 1-0) 2005

NE 14

Trinity Valley (BG)

24

Union (Series tied at 0-0-1) 1949

NE 20

Union, TN

20

UT-College (NE leads series 6-1) 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1956

NE NE NE NE NE NE NE

37 21 47 13 26 32 31

UT-College UT-College UT-College UT-College UT-College UT-College UT-College

0 6 0 19 14 16 7

West Georgia (NE leads series 1-0) 1956

NE 41

West Georgia

0

Different name, same school Then Decatur Ellisville Fulton Perkinston Poplarville Scooba Senatobia Moorhead

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Northeast football opponent series At a Glance

Opponent Arkansas State Baptist Christian Bethel Coahoma Copiah-Lincoln East Central East Mississippi Gordon Military Hinds Holmes Itawamba Jones County Little Rock, Ark. Livingston State Marion Institute Memphis State Mississippi Delta Mississippi Gulf Coast Northwest Pearl River Southwest Trinity Valley Union UT-College West Georgia

Win 1 1 2 30 5 11 18 1 7 21 16 8 1 1 1 0 20 9 18 4 12 0 0 6 1

TOTAL

All-Time Series

194

Loss 0 0 0 8 18 21 35 0 25 27 35 25 2 0 0 1 29 23 34 30 14 1 0 1 0

Tie 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0

Winning % 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.789 0.217 0.344 0.340 1.000 0.212 0.429 0.296 0.229 0.333 1.000 1.000 0.000 0.408 0.265 0.333 0.118 0.444 0.000 0.000 0.857 1.000

329

13

0.362

Winning %

All-Time Coaches Coach

Years at NE

Years

Wins

Losses

Ties

Bill Ward

1968-82

15

56

92

3

0.371

Andy Greening

2003-07

5

22

24

0

0.478

Ricky Smither

2008-Present

6

21

34

0

0.382

Johnny Plummer

1986-89

4

19

20

2

0.463

Hubert Tucker

1990-94

5

16

31

3

0.320

Horace McCool

1955-56

2

13

7

0

0.650

Doug Hamley

1950-51

2

11

6

3

0.550

Bobby Hall

2001-2002

2

10

9

0

0.526

Charles Borde

1952-54

3

10

21

1

0.313

Laurin Collins

1996-2000

5

6

44

0

0.120

Woody Johnson

1949

1

5

5

1

0.455

David Carnell

1983-85

3

5

26

0

0.161

Gunter Brewer

1995

1

0

10

0

0.000

54

194

329

13

0.362

Total

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FOOTBALL Tiger Away Games

Game 1 August 28 Mississippi Gulf Coast at Perkinston

Game 4 September 18 East Mississippi at Scooba

Overall Series: MS Gulf Coast, 23-9-2

Overall Series: East Mississippi, 35-18

Last 10 meetings

Last 10 meetings

2013: MS Gulf Coast, 28-14 2012: MS Gulf Coast, 61-14 2011: MS Gulf Coast, 20-17 (OT)* 2007: MS Gulf Coast, 34-7 2006: MS Gulf Coast, 42-7 2001: MS Gulf Coast, 29-7 2000: MS Gulf Coast, 32-6 1999: MS Gulf Coast, 35-0 1998: MS Gulf Coast, 48-14 1993: Northeast, 21-20

Game 6 October 2 Mississippi Delta at Moorhead

Game 7 October 9 Itawamba at Fulton

Overall Series: Miss. Delta, 29-20

Overall Series: Itawamba, 35-16-3

Last 10 meetings

Last 10 meetings

2013: Northeast, 30-9 2012: Northeast, 24-3 2011: Northeast, 16-3 2010: Northeast, 26-13 2009: Miss. Delta, 14-7 2008: Miss. Delta, 35-0 2007: Northeast, 44-24 2006: Northeast, 48-25 2005: Northeast, 42-0 2004: Miss. Delta, 17-16 36

2013: East Mississippi, 59-0 2012: East Mississippi, 49-0 2011: East Mississippi, 63-35 2010: Northeast, 49-42 2009: East Mississippi, 48-10 2008: East Mississippi, 49-0 2007: East Mississippi, 31-27 2006: East Mississippi, 25-8 2005: Northeast, 45-27 2004: Northeast, 31-16

2013: Itawamba, 36-33 2012: Itawamba, 36-15 2011: Itawamba, 28-18 2010: Itawamba, 20-17 2009: Northeast, 28-21 2008: Itawamba, 12-9 2007: Itawamba, 20-13 2006: Itawamba, 29-24 2005: Northeast, 41-0 2004: Northeast, 24-13

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FOOTBALL Tiger Home Games

Game 2 September 4 Hinds

Game 3 September 11 Northwest

Overall Series: Hinds, 25-7-1

Overall Series: Northwest, 34-18-2

Last 5 meetings

Last 5 meetings

2009: Hinds, 16-7 2008: Northeast, 2-0 (F) 2007: Hinds, 14-13 2006: Hinds, 14-10 2004: Hinds, 30-6

2013: Northeast, 34-21 2012: Northwest, 19-13 2011: Northeast, 34-28 2010: Northwest, 26-6 2009: Northwest, 17-14

Game 5 September 27 Coahoma (Homecoming) Overall Series: Northeast, 30-8 Last 5 meetings 2013: Northeast, 27-17 2012: Northeast, 21-17 2011: Northeast, 29-13 2010: Northeast, 31-17 2009: Coahoma, 20-14

Game 8 October 16 Pearl River Overall Series: Pearl River, 30-4 Last 5 meetings 2009: Pearl River, 42-23 2008: Pearl River, 38-10 2005: Pearl River, 27-20 2003: Pearl River, 43-3 2002: Northeast, 13-6

Game 9 October 24 Holmes Overall Series: Holmes, 27-21-1 Last 5 meetings 2013: Northeast, 17-14 2012: Holmes, 34-14 2011: Northeast, 21-0 2010: Northeast, 35-20 2009: Northeast, 25-10

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Tigers enter 2014 campaign energized Northeast Mississippi Community College’s football team enters the upcoming campaign energized with an even mix of steady sophomore guidance and a batch of newcomers who are hungry to prove their mettle at the collegiate level. A majority of offensive and defensive starters who helped the Tigers finish as the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division runner-up for the seventh time in program history a year ago return for what looks to be a promising 2014 slate. “We’re really proud of the young guys that played last year and just about every one of those guys are back,” said Northeast head coach Ricky Smither. “They had a good year in the classroom and a great offseason. There’s a lot of leadership in this sophomore class so we’re looking for some good things.” Smither, who enters his seventh campaign as head coach of the Tigers and is just two wins shy of becoming Northeast’s second winningest football coach behind only National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Hall of Fame selection W.B. “Bill” Ward, shifted two coaches into new roles during the spring and hired a pair of new instructors to teach a highly touted group of young men. Following a stint as the defensive line coach for Northeast during the 2013 season, Greg Davis is set to be the new offensive coordinator for the Tigers after Mike Markuson returned to the NCAA Division I ranks at Eastern Illinois University. Davis has held the same position at previous stops including Kentucky State University and Sul Ross State (Texas) University. “Greg’s been my swing guy,” Smither said. “He’s got a lot of experience and is a bright offensive mind. Moving him back to his original spot is going to be good for us.” Davis must fill a large gap quickly after the departure of two NCAA Division I quarterbacks in Jeremy Liggins (University of Mississippi) and Jerrard Randall (University of Arizona). The competition to replace Liggins and Randall behind center should be one of the most intense among all positions throughout training camp. Trace Lee, the brother 38

Corbin White (29) of Nettleton looks to return as the Tigers featured running back. of former Mississippi State University The remainder of the backfield will be quarterback Tyson Lee, and Lake Cormo- built around two men that made an imrant High School alumnus Brett Thomp- mense impact during their freshmen camson each have a strong shot at guiding the paigns at Northeast. Corbin White rushed offense. for 551 yards and was the only Tiger to “Trace is just like his brother. He’s a great draw MACJC Player of the Week honors leader and makes no mistakes,” Smither last year while Matthew Belue of Red Bay said. “We were lucky to get Brett. He’s a big (Ala.) High School scored two touchdowns guy that’s got a real strong arm and is very in multiple starts at fullback. intelligent. Jay has been a steady performer “Corbin’s probably the fastest guy we’ve and is right there in the mix. got on our team,” said Smither. “He’s got“I’m really blessed. I’ve got a group of ten stronger and has increased his speed. quarterbacks that’s fighting. We look for- The coaches were talking about this the ward to everyday because each one of them other day; we don’t think he got tackled is growing. It seems like every time you one time this spring. He’s really dedicated blink your eye one of them is coming in himself to the weight room so we’re lookand doing something that’s phenomenal.” ing for some good things with him.

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Wide receiver LaVontis Smith (7) of West Oktibbeha High School returns as the key pass catcher in a talented group. “Matt is just a big, strong individual with a huge heart and a willingness to win. He knows what he’s doing and he knows where he’s going. Plus, he weighs about 240 pounds so he’s strong as a bull. We’re excited about him.” Tishomingo County High School graduate Chandler Dexter has received looks from numerous Southeastern Conference (SEC) members with his similarities to former Tiger and current Louisiana State University (LSU) tight end Logan Stokes. “Chandler has gotten to a point to where his body is starting to mature and he is the spitting image of Logan,” Smither said. “The thing is with Chandler he may be a little more advanced right now than Logan was at the blocking scene. He’s going to be a guy to watch because he’s a big target.” Smither feels that the deepest position on the offensive side of the pigskin might be the receiving core. Sophomores LaVontis Smith, who caught 16 passes for 288 yards and three touchdowns in 2013, and Rashad Turner of Bruce High School will

drive that effort. “We have more speed than we’ve ever had,” said Smither. “I don’t know if you could touch Von in a phone booth. He’s very elusive and has worked on his strength. Rashad has come back in great shape. He’s got the confidence catching the ball that we’re looking for.” Three-star prospect Joe Horn, Jr., the son of New Orleans Saints Hall of Famer and four-time Pro Bowl selection Joe Horn, is also part of Northeast’s talented receiving group. An experienced offensive line should help the younger backfield in their transition to the quick pace of teams in the MACJC. Five men are back up front, including the South Panola High School trio of Justin Barksdale, Damien Rayford and Sean Rogers. Smither described hometown product Ross Smith’s (6-5, 305) move from right tackle to center as “natural” and pointed out that he was “a beast in there and that’s big for us.” After a season away from the gridiron

to be with his family, Kenny Jackson is back in the MACJC as Northeast’s defensive coordinator. The former Ole Miss tackle already has the Tigers eagerly anticipating the upcoming year. “He’s well known around the league,” Smither said. “The thing I like about Kenny is his ability to get these kids ready to play. They’re having fun and flying around.” Jackson will focus on the linemen and two athletes in particular that are scheduled to don the black and gold for the final time of their careers in Nhigel Phillips (6-6, 340) and Lemetrius Hollins (6-0, 290). “We were able to bring back a couple of guys that probably performed as well as the ones we lost,” said Smither. “Nhigel is a presence up front and then Lemetrius is probably the strongest kid I’ve ever been around. He’s blessed with a real long wingspan and is probably in the best shape I’ve ever seen him in.” University of Tennessee transfer Jason Carr, who was named a four-star recruit by both 247Sports and Rivals out of White Station (Tenn.) High School, has

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Tishomingo County’s Chandler Dexter (above, 80) solidifies the Tiger offensive line as a valid pass blocker and tight end while Griffin, Georgia’s Nighel Phillips (98) aids the Northeast defensive line in his second year in Booneville. loves to play the position so special teams including Chris are as quick as anybody I’ve he’s fitting into that real well,” Cooper, who was 6-of-10 on been around. We know we’re Smither said. “Whitty is the field goals and averaged 33.6 going to be better there.” Jaylon Fair (Amory), Brantotal package. He is a true lock- yards per punt. Kossuth’s Jacob Meeks is in don Jones (Bay Springs), Smith, down corner, who will get a charge of placekicking while Horn, Jr., and others will use bunch of looks.” Smither and new defensive Cesar Resendiz (Horn Lake) their athleticism to help Northbacks coach Kareem Moore, will punt and secure the du- east gain yards on punt and who played with the NFL’s ties of holder. Andrew Ashe of kick returns. Fans coming to Tiger StaWashington Redskins for three Pontotoc also draws high praise years, have been thrilled with from the coaching staff because dium or travelling to watch the the progress of Bruce’s Jona- of his long snapping technique. 56th edition of the Northeast “I feel like he’s the best in the football program should exthan Bobo. The Tigers are looking to country,” said Smither. “This pect a slightly different attitude a capable band of freshmen to kid right here is something. He with the current coaches and replace multiple athletes on is a perfectionist and his snaps student-athletes.

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2014 Northeast Tiger Football Roster

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 Head Coach: Ricky Smither 7 (7th year - Delta State University) 8 9 Offensive Coordinator: 10 Greg Davis (3rd year - Texas Christian Univ.) 11 12 Defensive Coordinator: 13 Kenny Jackson 14 (1st year - Univ. of Mississippi) 15 Linebackers: 16 Dustin Jones 17 (2nd year - Liberty University) 18 Defensive Backs: 19 Kareem Moore 20 (1st year - Nicholls State Univ.) 21 Wide Receivers: 22 Joe Horn 23 (1st year - Itawamba CC) 24 Volunteer: 25 Charles Lee 27 28 Student Assistant: 29 Brady Allen 30 Head Equipment Manager: 34 Matt Werner 38 (2nd year - Northeast CC) 44 Managers: 45 Jarard Williams, Tanner Burress, JeMiller Handy, Kerdevin Thomas, 48 50 Je’Tavious Turner 53 President: 54 Dr. Johnny L. Allen, Ed.D. (10th year - Mississippi State Univ.) 56 59 Athletic Director: 62 David Robbins 68 (2nd year - Millsaps College) 71 Assistant Athletic Director: 73 Kent Farris 74 (1st year - Univ. of North Alabama) 78 79 Sports Information Director: Blake Long 80 (2nd year - Univ. of Mississippi) 81 90 Athletic Trainer: 92 Hope Kingsley (3rd year - Univ. of Southern Miss.) 93 94 Student Trainers: 97 Mercedes Carter, Pedro Clay, 98 Johnathan Green, Yahmere Williams 99

Name Jason Carr Corbin White Ralph Green Joe Horn, Jr. Marcus Robinson Jonathan Bobo LaVontis Smith Johnny Smith Dontayvius Stapleton Brady Smith Woodrow Prince Brett Thompson Brandon Jones Matthew Belue Micah Sparks Trace Lee Donta Armstrong Rashad Turner Jaylon Fair Mario Virges Darius Whitty Chester Lewis Jamel Dennis Jacoby Smith Jaylynne Robinson Tadarious Clinton LaDerrick Martin Cesar Resendiz Orlandous Davis Isaac Bails Tray Woody Chris Matthews Antonio Ryland Andrew Ashe TraeVon Sharp Lakendrick Preston Martize Mitchell Damien Rayford Rowdy Williams Dayon Davis Ivy Ware Jeremiah Dent Justin Barksdale Sean Rogers Cole Strawn Ross Smith Chandler Dexter Khalid Kornegay Terrance Lindsey Jalen Hadley Darrion Abston Justin Williams Jacob Meeks Nhigel Phillips Lemetrius Hollins

Position DL RB DB WR LB DB WR DB DB DB DB QB WR TE DB QB WR WR WR LB DB RB LB DB WR WR DB P LB RB LB DL LB LS DL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL OL OL OL OL TE WR DL DL DL DL K DL DL

Class So. So. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

Height 6’6” 5’11” 6’4” 6’0” 6’4” 6’3” 5’10” 5’11” 6’1” 5’11” 6’0” 6’5” 5’9” 6’1” 6’2” 6’2” 5’10” 6’4” 5’9” 6’1” 6’0” 5’10” 5’11” 5’10” 5’10” 5’10” 6’0” 5’10” 5’10” 6’2” 6’1” 6’6” 6’0” 6’2” 6’4” 6’7” 6’0” 6’4” 6’5” 6’3” 6’2” 6’4” 6’3” 6’2” 6’1” 6’6” 6’5” 6’3” 6’0” 6’2” 6’2” 6’1” 6’1” 6’4” 6’0”

Weight Hometown High School 305 Memphis, Tenn. White Station 230 Nettleton Nettleton 205 Ripley Ripley 175 Atlanta, Ga. Peachtree Ridge 240 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis East 195 Bruce Bruce 170 Maben West Oktibbeha 180 Starkville Starkville 155 Tunica Rosa Fort 175 Batesville South Panola 180 West Point West Point 215 Olive Branch Lake Cormorant 160 Bay Springs Bay Springs 265 Golden Red Bay 195 Pontotoc North Pontotoc 205 Columbus Columbus 150 Pittsboro Bruce 185 Bruce Bruce 160 Amory Amory 255 West Point West Point 180 Jacksonville, Fla. First Coast 185 Gluckstadt Germantown 210 Oxford Lafayette County 215 Starkville Starkville 195 Crestview, Fla. Crestview 170 Tunica Rosa Fort 175 Gulfport West Harrison 160 Horn Lake Horn Lake 195 Baldwyn Baldwyn 240 Ripley Ripley 190 Falkner Falkner 245 Olive Branch Olive Branch 245 Brooksville Noxubee County 265 Pontotoc Pontotoc 265 Orlando, Fla. Maynard Evans 285 Gulfport West Harrison 270 Macon Noxubee County 325 Batesville South Panola 350 Water Valley Water Valley 280 Byhalia Byhalia 315 Pontotoc Pontotoc 325 Columbus Tupelo 290 Courtland South Panola 280 Batesville South Panola 315 Pontotoc Pontotoc 315 Booneville Booneville 255 Iuka Tishomingo County 180 Tulsa, Okla. Union 285 Olive Branch Olive Branch 260 Saltillo Saltillo 265 Olive Branch Olive Branch 275 Starkville East Oktibbeha 200 Kossuth Kossuth 365 Griffin, Ga. Griffin 285 Madison Madison Central

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#1 Jason Car DL Sophomore Memphis, Tenn.

#2 Corbin White RB Sophomore Nettleton

#5 Marcus Robinson LB Sophomore Memphis, Tenn.

#6 Jonathan Bobo DB Sophomore Bruce

#9 Dontayvius Stapleton DB Freshman Tunica

#10 Brady Smith DB Freshman Batesville

#13 Brandon Jones WR Freshman Bay Springs

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#14 Matthew Belue TE Sophomore Golden

#3 Ralph Green DB Sophomore Ripley

#7 LaVontis Smith WR Sophomore Maben

#4 Joe Horn, Jr. WR Freshman Atlanta, Ga.

#8 Johnny Smith DB Sophomore Starkville

#11 Woodrow Prince DB Freshman West Point

#12 Brett Thompson QB Freshman Olive Branch

#15 Micah Sparks DB Freshman Pontotoc

#16 Trace Lee QB Freshman Columbus

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#17 Donta Armstrong WR Freshman Pittsboro

#18 Rashad Turner WR Sophomore Bruce

#19 Jaylon Fair WR Freshman Amory

#20 Mario Virges LB Freshman West Point

#21 Darius Whitty DB Freshman Jacksonville, Fla.

#22 Chester Lewis Ch L RB Freshman Gluckstadt

#23 Jamel Dennis LB Sophomore Oxford

#24 Jacoby Smith DB Freshman Starkville

#25 Jaylynne Robinson WR Freshman Crestview, Fla.

#27 Tadarious Clinton WR Freshman Tunica

#28 LaDerrick Martin DB Freshman Gulfport

#29 Cesar Resendiz P Freshman Horn Lake

#30 Orlandous Davis LB Freshman Baldwyn

#34 Isaac Bails RB Sophomore Ripley

#38 Tray Woody LB Freshman Falkner

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#44 Chris Matthews DL Freshman Olive Branch

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#45 Antonio Ryland LB Sophomore Brooksville

#48 Andrew Ashe LS Freshman Pontotoc

#50 TraeVon Sharp DL Freshman Orlando, Fla.

#53 Lakendrick Preston OL Sophomore Gulfport

#54 Martize Mitchell OL Sophomore Macon

#56 Damien Rayford OL Sophomore Batesville

#59 Rowdy Williams OL Freshman Water Valley

#62 Dayon Davis OL Freshman Byhalia

#71 Jeremiah Dent DL Sophomore Columbus

#73 Justin Barksdale OL Sophomore Courtland

#74 Sean Rogers OL Sophomore Batesville

#79 Ross Smith OL Sophomore Booneville

#80 Chandler Dexter TE Sophomore Iuka

#68 Ivy Ware OL Freshman Pontotoc

#78 Cole Strawn OL Freshman Pontotoc

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#81 Khalid Kornegay WR Freshman Tulsa, Okla.


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#90 Terrance Lindsey DL Freshman Olive Branch

#92 Jalen Hadley DL Freshman Saltillo

#93 Darrion Abston DL Freshman Olive Branch

#97 Jacob Meeks K Freshman Kossuth

#98 Nhigel Phillips DL Sophomore Griffin, Ga.

#99 Lemetrius Hollins DL Sophomore Madison

#94 Justin Williams DL Freshman Starkville

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State-by-state breakdown Florida......................3 Georgia.....................2 Mississippi...............47 Oklahoma..................1 Tennessee.................2

Geographical Roster Florida (3) 21 25 50

Darius Whitty Jaylynne Robinson TraeVon Sharp

Georgia (2) 4 98

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Joe Horn, Jr. Nhigel Phillips

Harrison (2)

Khalid Kornegay

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Tennessee (2)

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Jamel Dennis

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2 71 92

Alcorn (1)

16

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Woodrow Prince Mario Virges

LaVontis Smith Johnny Smith Jacoby Smith Justin Williams

10 56 73 74

Brady Smith Damien Rayford Justin Barksdale Sean Rogers

Panola (4)

Pontotoc (4) 15 48 68 78

Micah Sparks Andrew Ashe Ivy Ware Cole Strawn

Corbin White Jeremiah Dent Jalen Hadley

30 79

Orlandous Davis Ross Smith

Lowndes (1)

3 34 38

Brandon Jones

Lafayette (2) Lee (3)

Trace Lee

Madison (2)

Jacob Meeks Jonathan Bobo Donta Armstrong Rashad Turner

LaDerrick Martin Lakendrick Preston

Oktibbeha (4) 7 8 24 94

Jasper (1)

22 99

Chester Lewis Lemetrius Hollins

62 45 54

Prentiss (2) Tippah (3) Ralph Green Isaac Bails Tray Woody

Tishomingo (2) 14 80

Matthew Belue Chandler Dexter

Noxubee (2)

9 27

Dontayvius Stapleton Tadarious Clinton

Antonio Ryland Martize Mitchell

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Rowdy Williams

Marshall (1)

Clay (2) 11 20

Brett Thompson Cesar Resendiz Chris Matthews Terrance Lindsey Darrion Abston

Oklahoma (1)

Calhoun (3) 6 17 18

12 29 44 90 93 28 53

Jason Carr Marcus Robinson

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DeSoto (5)

Michael Davis

Tunica (2) Yalobusha (1)

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Area High School Football Coaches Alcorn Central Jeff Boren

Corinth Doug Jones

New Site Ronnie Jackson

Baldwyn Michael Gray

East Union Scott Duley

Ripley Chad Cook

Belmont Kerry Moody

Falkner Quess Hood

Biggersville Ronnie Lawson

Kossuth Brian Kelly

Booneville Mike Mattox

New Albany Ron Price

Thrasher Lamart Harvey Tishomingo County James Leathers

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Northeast’s Showband from Tigerland Wyatt Adams Michael Alsup Zury Alta Amber Anglin Zachary Armstrong Ashley Baker DJ Baker Kristina Barcigalupia Hunter Barkes Darren Bass Renaee Bateman Jessie Bates Keyaira Bean Latisha Bearden Sarah Bennett Jonah Bennett Jordan Bennett Qyalycia Benson Cherie Black Ann Blake Arren Blalock Kieran Bonds Briana Booker Tamera Boyd Quinten Boyd Xayna Bradley Summer Brady Shaliyah Bramlett Brittany Brock Daniel Brown Amber Brown Faith Bullock Everley Bumpas Matthew Burgess Taylor Burks Adalis Bynum Hannah Byrom Zachary Campbell Andrea Chism Josh Chrestman Dylan Clayton James Clements Alan Clemmer Jacelyn Colyer Ethan Conrad Lauren Cook Angelica Copeland Breanna Crabb Caroline Crawford Kaitlyn Crews Khadjah Crosby Abby Cutshall Chandler Dabbs Maliyah Daniel Carolyn Davidson Dakota Dooley Barbara Doorenbos Erica Doran James Dotson Chase Duke Philip Duncan Trinity Dye Toni Edge Bryson Edge Abigail Elliott Jacob Elsmore Cody Enlow Allie Epting Jesus Espindola Jeremy Fisk Jeffrey Floyd Jerry Fortenberry Tabitha Foster Casey Fowler McKayla Franklin Matthew Franks Michael Franks Toni Friar Noe Gamez-Oviedo Baley Gant Christina Gant Matthew Garrison Abby Garrison Ashley Gates

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Alto Sax Mantachie Trumpet Ripley Alto Sax Center Hill Guard Olive Branch Percussion Booneville Flute Alcorn Central Trombone/Guitar Kossuth Flute Booneville Percussion Corinth Percussion Saltillo Trombone Ripley Trumpet Ripley Guard/Baritone Tupelo Tuba Kossuth Flute Olive Branch Trumpet Booneville Tuba Booneville Manager Lafayette Percussion Ripley Guard Saltillo Trumpet Ripley Alto Sax Booneville Clarinet Tupelo Alto Saxo/Bari Sax Ripley Percussion Saltillo Guard/Clarinet Tupelo Guard/Flute South Panola Flute Nettleton Flute Greenway Alto Sax/Tenor Sax SBEC Flute Columbus Dancer Ripley Dancer Booneville Mellophone Alcorn Central Percussion Belmont Dancer New Albany Percussion Alcorn Central Percussion Tupelo Dancer Myrtle Percussion Saltillo Alto Sax Booneville Bari-Sax Tupelo Percussion Alcorn Central Guard Ripley Trombone Ripley Dancer Myrtle Dancer Wheeler Guard/Clarinet Booneville Trumpet Saltillo Flute/Piccolo Kossuth Alto Sax/Tenor Sax Aberdeen Dancer Tish. Co. Trumpet Saltillo Flute Aberdeen Percussion Tish. Co. Trombone Alcorn Central Guard/Flute Saltillo Dancer Alcorn Central Tuba/Baritone Corinth Trombone Adamsville Trumpet Kossuth Alto Sax New Albany Flute Adamsville Guard Booneville Dancer Jumpertown Baritone New Hope Trumpet Tishomingo Manager East Union Drum Major Ripley Percussion Alcorn Central Tuba Booneville Tuba Tupelo Clarinet New Albany New Albany Flute Baldwyn Percussion Hamilton Percussion Hamilton Clarinet Baldwyn Tuba Ripley Alto/Bari Sax Tishomingo Trumpet Corinth Manager A Beka Academy Manager East Union Clarinet Okolona

Janessa Gibbs Victoria Gilchrist Aaron Gillen Jacob Gilmore William Golding Brandon Grant Alexis Graves Destany Gray Patrick Gray Ramarcus Gray Marnesha Green Rondrick Griffin Marshall Gunn Jacob Hall London Harris Marika Harris John Harris Sarah Hauser Lucy Hill Samantha Hollander Lester Hopson Lindsie Horn Brandon Hughes Samantha Hurst Justin Hutchinson Cullen Irvin Taylor Jackson Kendra James Corinne Jarvis Michanda Jefferson Valesia Jeffries Laticia Johnson Alyssa Johnson Che-Rita Johnson Arnenar Johnson Zakari Johnson William Johnson Wilson Jones Denzell Jones Dominique Jones Cameron Jones Mark Kennedy Aaron Kenney Thomas King Bishara Kronfel Ajaya Leatherwood Carven Lewis Lindsey Pechone Love Megan Martin Madalyn McAnally Kala McMahan Jennifer McMillian Elizabeth McPheters Jacob Medlock Dorthy Meeks Aaron Mitchell Leanna Moffitt Seth Mohundro Michael Mooneyham Spencer Moore Mary Moore Sarah Moore Francisco Morfin Cadeesha Morris Twaneesha Morris Katelyn Morris Shelby Moss Dennis Mullins Mary Murray Ben Neal Marisa Nelms Jerrica Ohler Alexandra Owen Jonathan Owen Brooke Palmer Joseph Park Anthony Partain Dominique Partlow Bobby Pendergrast Crystal Peters Allison Peterson William Pleasants Kadina Pollard

Dancer Corinth Guard Tishomingo Co Tuba Mooreville Trumpet Corinth Trombone New Albany Tuba Ripley Flute Ripley Dancer Alcorn Central Guard/Baritone Tupelo Percussion Ripley Dancer Alcorn Central Alto Sax Vardaman Mellophone Kossuth Alto Sax Alcorn Central Dancer Corinth Percussion Middleton Tenor Sax Saltillo Clarinet ACHS Tuba Booneville Guard/Flute Tish.County Drum Major/Tuba Kossuth Trumpet Tishomingo Alto Sax Alcorn Central Guard Kossuth Manager Trumpet Kossuth Guard/Clarinet Kossuth Dancer MSA Trumpet DeSoto Central Flute Water Valley Dancer Wheeler Dancer Ripley Dancer Ripley Flute Center Hill Percussion Shannon Percussion Ripley Trumpet Tish Co. Bari-Sax/Alto Sax Kossuth Percussion Percussion Baldwyn Tuba Shannon Percussion Pine Grove Trumpet Ripley Bassoon/Saxophone Ripley Trumpet Alcorn Central Dancer Ripley Percussion Corinth Tuba South Pontotoc Tuba Baldwyn Percussion Belmont Dancer Tishomingo Guard/Sax Tishomingo County Clarinet Shannon Dancer Corinth Trombone New Albany Clarinet Hernando Tuba/Bassoon Hamilton Manager Ripley Percussion Alcorn Central Percussion Pontotoc Bari Sax/Tenor Sax Tish Co. Dancer Hickory Flat Dancer Alcorn Central Guard/Trumpet Ripley Percussion Shannon Percussion Shannon Trumpet Tishomingo Percussion N. Corinth CA Percussion Alcorn Central Percussion Hardin Percussion West Union Percussion Kossuth Flute Ripley Dancer New Albany Percussion New Albany Guard/Flute Kossuth Tenor Sax/Alto Sax Tupelo Percussion Saltillo Clarinet Shannon Baritone Corinth Dancer Kossuth Flute Tupelo Tuba Houston, Tn Trumpet/French Horn Corinth

Christopher Price Bailey Raiford Claudia Ramirez Emily Reyes Savannah Richardson Catherine Richardson Carlie Richter Haley Richter Hannah Rinehart Carley Robbins Rusty Robbins Melanie Roberson Daniel Rodgers Billy Rogers Andrew Rolison Brandy Russell Thomas Samples Larry Sanders Hayley Schrock Andrew Schwartz Grantland Searcy Amanda Selman Kerica Settle James Shadburn Tristyn Shelley Zackary Short Dylan Simmons Logan Simmons Brandon Smith Martinique Smith Karlie Smith Jamie Smith Kayla Smith Brittany Smith Nathan Smith Timothy Snipes Jasmin Sparkman Deanna Stafford Courtney Steele Mark Stokes Lyndi Stokes Miata Stovall Kayla Stricklin Steven Strom Morgan Suggs Chasity Swingrum Tyler Swinney Lashon Talley Matthew Tawney Nicholas Taylor Layla Taylor Andrea Taylor Haleigh Tennison Javontae Thompson Jocelyn Topp Madeline Towner Allison Tutor Jacob Underwood Johnnie Vandiver IV Christopher Walker Jonathan Walker Avery Watkins Lori Watts Jorie Wells Trumpet Marlon Whitfield Christian Whittemore Alexis Wicks Kaitlyn Wilbanks Claudia Wilbanks Benjamin Wilbanks Amanda Wilder Bethany Wiley Jasmine Wilkinson John Wilkinson Dynesha Williams David Williams Hope Williams Bradley Willingham Rebecca Willis Kanisha Wilson Avery Winders Lindee Witt Jessica Word Caribbean Wright

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Trumpet/Percussion ACHS Guard/French Horn Saltillo Guard/Trumpet Belmont Flute Ripley Dancer Tish. Co. Mellophone Tupelo Clarinet/Contra Baldwyn Trumpet Baldwyn Guard/Clarinet Kossuth Manager New Site Tuba Ripley Flute Ripley Tenor Sax Ingomar Tenor Sax Kossuth Baritone Ripley Flute ACHS Trombone Baldwyn Percussion Tish. Co. Guard/Oboe Saltillo Percussion Hamilton Trombone Ripley Percussion TCHS Dancer Tupelo Tuba Biggersville Dancer Baldwyn Percussion Booneville Manager New Albany Trombone Ripley Clarinet Alcorn Central Clarinet Okolona Dancer Belmont Dancer Kossuth Dancer Tish. Co. Trumpet Tish Co. Trumpet Ripley Trumpet Brady High School Clarinet Tupelo Mellophone Ripley Clarinet Kossuth Trumpet Tish Co. Twirler New Albany Dancer West Point Percussion Tishomingo Percussion Alcorn Central Clarinet Tupelo Guard Satillo Alto Sax. Tupelo Piccolo/Flute Stephenson Trumpet Tish Co. Baritone Noxubee Clarinet (Bass) Nettleton Dancer Ripley Dancer Booneville Percussion Shannon Guard/Alto Sax. Tupelo Dancer Ripley Drum Major Pontotoc Trumpet Saltillo Percussion West Point Manager Trumpet Ripley Percussion Tupelo Alto Sax New Albany Shannon Percussion Tupelo Trumpet Alcorn Central Guard/Flute Booneville Percussion Kossuth Perucussion Alcorn Central Trombone Kossuth Guard/Clarinet New Albany Dancer Center Hill Alto Sax Oxford Baritone SBEC Alto Sax Baldwyn Trumpet Corinth Mellophone South Pontotoc Percussion Center Hill Clarinet New Albany Dancer Saltillo Clarinet New Albany Dancer Tish. Co. Dancer Wheeler Percussion New Albany


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2014-15 CHEERLEADERS Cheerleaders for the 2013-14 academic year include (front row l-r) Ashley Bullard of Booneville, Heather Holmes of Ackerman, Nikki Baird of Houston, Scarlett McCay of Booneville, Kelly Davis of Booneville, Kolbe McElwain of Falkner along with (back row l-r) Halie Carpenter of Leighton, Ala., Lexie Gamble of Booneville, Kayla Thomason of Olive Branch, Lindsay Clark of Olive Branch, AnnaClar Wooley of New Albany and Meagan Martin of Selmer, Tenn. Rebecca Lee of Biggersville was selected as “Spirit the Tiger” mascot for the 2013-14 year.

Shelbi Barnes Freshman Kossuth HS Kossuth

Carli Bullard Freshman Booneville HS Booneville

Halie Carpenter Sophomore Colbert Co. HS Leighton, Ala.

Lindsey Clark Sophomore Olive Branch HS Olive Branch

Tatum Emmon Sophomore Thrasher HS Booneville

Ryleigh Follin Freshman Kossuth HS Kossuth

Lexie Gamble Sophomore New Site HS Booneville

Sadie Johnson Sophomore Corinth HS Corinth

Hannah Knight Freshman Tish. County HS Corinth

Kameron Talley Freshman Tish. County HS Iuka

Kayla Thomason Sophomore Center Hill HS Olive Branch

Ayssa Trulove Freshman Kossuth HS Kossuth

Anna-Clar Wooley Sophomore Ingomar HS Ingomar

Yasmin Young Freshman Tupelo HS Tupelo

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2013 NORTHEAST STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG)

Offensive Averages Yards 370.1

Rush 223.9

Overall Pct. 4-5

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Pass 146.2

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W1

Date

Opponent

Aug. 29

at Copiah-Lincoln

Sep. 5

Jones County

Sep. 12

Holmes *

Sep. 19

at Northwest *

Sep. 26

Mississippi Gulf Coast

Oct. 5

Coahoma *

Oct. 10

at East Mississippi *

Oct. 17

at Itawamba *

Oct. 24

Mississippi Delta *

P/G 22.6

Yards 384.2

Rush 153.3

Home Away Neutral 3-2

Pass 230.9

Stats Overall Games 9 38th 1-3 0-0 Scoring 203 46th Points per game 22.6 42nd Total offense 533 40th Yards per game 370.1 28th Result Passing yards 1316 46th L, 29-20 Comp-Att-Int 91-207-13 50th Passing yards per game 146.2 45th L, 34-28 Passing yards per attempt 6.4 40th W, 17-14 Passing yards per completion 14.5 13th 12 36th W, 34-21 Passing touchdowns Rushing yards 2015 15th L, 28-14 Rushing attempts 409 27th W, 27-17 Rushing yards per game 223.9 11th Yards per rush 4.9 18th L, 59-0 Rushing touchdowns 14 36th L, 36-33 1st downs 191 17th Rushing 1st downs 118 8th W, 30-9 Passing 1st downs 55 35th Penalty 1st downs 18 22nd 1st downs per game 21.2 8th 3rd-down conversions 50-131 19th 3rd down % 38% 32nd 4th-down conversions 5-18 41st 4th down % 28% 53rd Kick returns (No.-Yards) 35-499 53rd Kick return average 14.3 63rd Punt returns (No.-Yards) 17-89 49th Punt return average 5.2 57th Field goals 6-10 25th Field goal % 60.0% 26th PATs 23-26 36th PAT % 88.5% 32nd Punts (No.-Yards) 47-1579 42nd Average per punt 33.6 53rd Red zone scores 2-3 36th Red zone % 67% 22nd Red zone touchdowns 2-3 32nd Red zone touchdown % 67% 7th Fumbles-lost 20-12 17th Fumbles recovered 3 55th Defensive INTs 12 32nd Interception returns (No.-Yds)12-197 25th Interception return average 16.4 28th Defensive TDs 1 47th Tackles 750 25th Sacks 18 46th Penalties 67 34th Penalty yards 546 32nd

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Stats 6 141 23.5 533 365.3 802 47-117-10 133.7 6.9 17.1 6 1390 292 231.7 4.8 11 129 84 31 14 21.5 32-88 36% 4-10 40% 24-277 11.5 13-68 5.2 6-9 66.7% 15-18 83.3% 29-980 33.8 2-3 67% 2-3 67% 14-7 1 10 10-176 17.6 1 488 13 48 316

P/G 27.4

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2013 NORTHEAST STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG) Passing

NO. 6 1 10 34

NAME Jerrard Randall Jeremy Liggins Brady Allen Chris Cooper Totals Opponent

YR So Fr Fr So

POS QB DL QB K

GP COMP ATT 9 65 151 7 23 46 5 2 9 9 1 1 9 91 207 9 165 292

PCT 43.0% 50.0% 22.2% 100.0% 44.0% 56.5%

YDS 864 441 10 1 1316 2078

Y/G 96.0 63.0 2.0 0.1 146.2 230.9

Y/A 5.7 9.6 1.1 1.0 6.4 7.1

TD 7 5 0 0 12 15

INT 10 1 2 0 13 12

LG 69 57 9 1 69 74

LG 67 63 69 34 18 16 18 8 3 3 0 0 69 52

FUM LOST 2 2 10 5 1 0 1 1 1 0 20 12 5 1

Rushing NO. 25 29 6 28 1 24 8 48 10 80 81 20

NAME Mitchell Cunningham Corbin White Jerrard Randall Tez Lane Jeremy Liggins Matthew Belue Demarrion Haynes Martavis Ford Brady Allen Chandler Dexter Ralph Green Miguel Graham Totals Opponent

NO. 13 8 7 80 12 6 11 81 38 28 18 24 21 25 29

NAME Khalil Stinson Demarrion Haynes LaVontis Smith Chandler Dexter Ricky Parks Jerrard Randall Raymond Gee Ralph Green Hunter Bull Tez Lane Rashad Turner Matthew Belue Shaquille Bush Mitchell Cunningham Corbin White Totals Opponent

YR Fr Fr So Fr Fr Fr So So Fr Fr Fr So

POS GP RB 7 RB 9 QB 9 RB 9 DL 7 TE 6 WR 8 LB 9 QB 5 TE 6 WR 4 G/DB 9 9 9

RUSH 101 95 84 54 24 25 12 1 1 1 1 1 409 355

YDS 673 551 417 225 125 103 31 8 3 3 -3 -14 2015 1380

Y/G 96.1 61.2 46.3 25.0 17.9 17.2 3.9 0.9 0.6 0.5 -0.8 -1.6 223.9 153.3

AVG 6.7 5.8 5.0 4.2 5.2 4.1 2.6 8.0 3.0 3.0 -3.0 -14.0 4.9 3.9

TD 2 3 6 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 13

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POS WR WR WR TE TE QB WR WR TE RB WR TE WR RB RB

GP 9 8 7 6 7 9 5 4 5 9 4 6 5 7 9 9 9

REC 18 16 16 7 6 6 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 90 166

REC/G 2.0 2.0 2.3 1.2 0.9 0.7 1.0 1.0 0.6 0.3 0.5 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 -

YDS 349 204 288 71 59 156 52 40 52 19 14 6 0 5 0 1315 2075

Y/G 38.8 25.5 41.1 11.8 8.4 17.3 10.4 10.0 10.4 2.1 3.5 1.0 0.0 0.7 0.0 146.1 230.6

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TD 3 0 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 15

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2013 NORTHEAST STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG) Kicking

NO. 34

NAME Chris Cooper Totals Opponent

YR So

POS K

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FGM 6 6 6

FGA 10 10 17

PCT 60% 60% 35%

LG 45 45 42

XPM 23 23 31

XPA 26 26 31

PCT 88% 88% 100%

PTS 41 41 49

Punting NO. 34 20

NAME Chris Cooper Miguel Graham Totals Opponent

YR So So

POS K G/DB

GP 9 9 9 9

PUNT 36 11 47 50

YDS 1192 387 1579 1854

AVG 33.1 35.2 33.6 37.1

LG 53 51 53 58

IN20 7 3 10 17

PR 4 11 2 17 15

YDS 37 45 7 89 69

FC 7 2 9 6

TB BLK 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 0

Returns NO. 28 7 13 38 59 21 3

NAME Tez Lane LaVontis Smith Khalil Stinson Hunter Bull Jabari Edwards Shaquille Bush Antwan Wilson Totals Opponent

YR Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr So

POS RB WR WR TE LB WR DB

KR 23 6 2 3 1 35 28

YDS 335 89 45 16 14 499 609

AVG 14.6 14.8 22.5 5.3 14.0 14.3 21.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LG 49 25 25 10 14 49 63

AVG 9.2 4.1 3.5 5.2 4.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LG 31 12 7 31 30

Scoring NO. 6 34 25 7 13 29 24 12 80 11 20 1

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POS QB K RB WR WR RB TE TE TE WR G/DB DL

PTS PTS/G RUSH REC KR 42 4.7 6 1 41 4.6 18 2.6 2 1 18 2.6 3 0 18 2.0 3 0 18 2.0 3 0 12 2.0 2 0 12 1.7 2 6 1.0 0 1 6 1.2 1 6 0.7 0 6 0.9 1 203 22.6 14 12 0 247 27.4 13 15 0

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2013 NORTHEAST STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG) Defensive

Rk 23 5 15 44 20 97 45 9 59 30 94 2 3 93 48 17 98 90 1 4 92 27 19 99 22 71 8 16 10 38 34 25 80 11 12 53 6 13 18

Name Class Jamel Dennis Fr Marcus Robinson Fr Dequinten Spraggins So Daniel Ross So Miguel Graham So Razean Prather So Antonio Ryland Fr Gregdrecus Leland So Jabari Edwards Fr Nick Johnson So Justin Coleman So Martice Buckley So Antwan Wilson So Parrish Huddleston So Martavis Ford So Johnny Smith Fr Nhigel Phillips Fr Dequan Ivery So Jeremy Liggins Fr Jaquille White So Anthony Peters Fr Marquis Allen Fr Jonathan Bobo Fr Lemetrius Hollins Fr Elisha Wilson Fr Jeremiah Dent Fr Demarrion Haynes So Je’Tavious Turner Fr Brady Allen Fr Hunter Bull Fr Chris Cooper So Mitchell Cunningham Fr Chandler Dexter Fr Raymond Gee So Ricky Parks Fr Lakendrick Preston Fr Jerrard Randall So Khalil Stinson Fr Rashad Turner Fr Totals Opponent

Pos. LB LB DB DL G/DB DL LB DB LB LB DL DB DB DL LB DB DL DL DL DB DL DB DB DL DB DL WR LB QB TE K RB TE WR TE OL QB WR WR

G 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 6 8 6 9 8 9 6 7 7 8 7 4 5 5 3 8 3 5 5 9 7 6 5 7 1 9 9 4 9 9

Tkl Asst Tot 64 32 96 45 19 64 36 15 51 26 19 45 34 10 44 34 9 43 24 14 38 24 9 33 17 15 32 19 13 32 21 10 31 21 7 28 21 2 23 15 7 22 13 8 21 13 8 21 13 5 18 11 5 16 9 5 14 12 1 13 7 5 12 4 6 10 8 2 10 3 3 6 2 3 5 3 1 4 3 0 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 507 243 750 449 394 843

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2013 MACJC TEAM-BY-TEAM STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG)

Team Offense (by points-per-game) RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SCHOOL East Missississippi Jones County Mississippi Gulf Coast Hinds Copiah-Lincoln Itawamba Pearl River Northeast Mississippi Holmes Coahoma

GP 12 11 9 10 9 10 9 9 9 9

TD

FG 96 60 45 47 36 35 28 27 22 19

XPT 5 15 7 9 6 5 8 6 1 2

2PC 85 53 40 40 32 28 23 23 21 15

DXP 3 0 0 1 0 1 0

SAF 0 1 0 0 0

PTS 0 0 0 0 1 0

688 447 347 352 300 261 214 203 167 156

PPG 62.5 40.6 38.6 35.2 33.3 26.1 23.8 22.6 20.9 19.5

Team Passing (by yards-per-game) RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SCHOOL East Mississippi Jones County Copiah-Lincoln Itawamba Northwest Hinds Gulf Coast Pearl River Northeast Coahoma

GP 12 11 9 10 9 10 9 9 9 8

YDS COMP-ATT-INT YDS/G 3878 267-412-7 352.5 3603 236-421-14 327.5 2692 187-313-6 299.1 2922 242-432-18 292.2 1635 147-266-14 204.4 1879 116-236-14 187.9 1515 113-209-6 168.3 1478 113-203-10 164.2 1316 91-207-13 146.2 1111 85-188-8 138.9

YDS/ATT 9.4 8.6 8.6 6.8 6.1 8 7.2 7.3 6.4 5.9

YDS/COMP 14.5 15.3 14.4 12.1 11.1 16.2 13.4 13.1 14.5 13.1

TD 44 26 19 18 10 18 14 8 12 8

Team Rushing (by yards-per-game) RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SCHOOL Gulf Coast East Mississippi Hinds Northeast Southwest Holmes Pearl River Itawamba Jones County Copiah-Lincoln

GP 9 12 10 9 9 9 9 10 11 9

YDS 2489 2863 2337 2015 1627 1351 1410 1371 1490 1180

ATT 455 420 425 409 330 375 375 358 388 293

YDS/G 276.6 260.3 233.7 223.9 180.8 168.9 156.7 137.1 135.5 131.1

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2013 MACJC TEAM-BY-TEAM STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG)

Team Defense (by points-per-game) RK SCHOOL

GP PPG PTS YD/G PASS Y/G RUSH Y/G TKL/G INT FUM REC SK TD

1

East Miss.

12 10.6 117

234.9

152.5

82.4

80.5

27

10

59

7

2

Co-Lin

9

19.2 173

289.2

173.2

116

80.6

14

9

43

4

3

Hinds

10 20.2 202

362.2

195.6

166.6

94.3

13

19

29

0

4

Gulf Coast

9

21.1 190

311.9

185.2

126.7

61.9

12

13

14

5

5

Jones County

11 24.2 266

382.7

205.1

177.6

83.1

19

20

30

4

6

Pearl River

9

24.3 219

281.2

185

96.2

50.1

8

1

8

3

7

Northeast

9

27.4 247

384.2

230.9

153.3

83.3

12

0

18

1

8

Holmes

9

28.2 226

332.6

182.1

150.5

76.8

8

6

17

1

9

Itawamba

10 29.3 293

398.1

223.1

175

74.9

9

14

33

3

10

Miss. Delta

9

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192

224.2

58.7

5

4

7

2

36.7 330

Team Kicking (by punting average) RK SCHOOL

GP

FG FG%

PAT

PAT% PUNTS-YDS AVG KICKOFFS-YDS AVG

1

Coahoma

9

2-3 66.70% 15-18 83.30%

42-1714

40.8

8-408

51

2

HolmeS

9

1-4 25.00% 21-24 87.50%

57-2272

39.9

32-1824

57

3

Gulf Coast

9

7-11 63.60% 40-42 95.20%

29-1137

39.2

10-434

43.4

4

Jones County

11

15-21 71.40% 53-58 91.40%

51-1938

38

80-4833

60.4

5

East Mississippi 12

5-8 62.50% 85-91 93.40%

29-1082

37.3

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6

Pearl River

9

8-13 61.50% 23-26 88.50%

39-1447

37.1

0-0

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7

Hinds

10

9-12 75.00% 40-44 90.90%

52-1923

37

5-192

38.4

8

Itawamba

10

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61-2241

36.7

6-330

55

9

Copiah-Lincoln

9

6-13 46.20% 32-38 84.20%

34-1211

35.6

27-1565

58

10

East Central

9

0-2 0.00%

61-2141

35.1

18-987

54.8

64

5-6

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2013 MACJC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG) Individual Passing (by total yards)

RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15 17 18 19 20

NAME D Pruitt D Fitzwater S Swindle G Loftis K Miller J Summers S White K Coleman C Kane J Randall T Page Q Peterson A Goodman J Benson D Farmer J Liggins J Daniels D Thomas T Mays D Ballard

SCHOOL East Miss Co-Lin Jones ICC Northwest Hinds Pearl River Jones Gulf Coast Northeast Gulf Coast Coahoma ICC Holmes East Central Northeast MS Delta Hinds East Miss Southwest

GP 12 9 10 8 9 9 9 11 6 9 10 7 5 9 5 7 4 9 12 5

COMP 263 186 155 173 154 96 104 80 73 65 49 57 54 59 49 23 25 20 31 31

ATT 409 311 271 301 263 199 181 149 128 151 96 126 96 111 81 46 63 37 47 88

PCT 64.30% 59.80% 57.20% 57.50% 58.60% 48.20% 57.50% 53.70% 57.00% 43.00% 51.00% 45.20% 56.20% 53.20% 60.50% 50.00% 39.70% 54.10% 66.00% 35.20%

YDS 3939 2684 2339 2256 1755 1527 1355 1261 932 864 667 621 556 555 441 441 371 352 341 328

Y/G 328.2 298.2 233.9 282 195 169.7 150.6 114.6 155.3 96 66.7 88.7 111.2 61.7 88.2 63 92.8 39.1 28.4 65.6

Y/A 9.6 8.6 8.6 7.5 6.7 7.7 7.5 8.5 7.3 5.7 6.9 4.9 5.8 5 5.4 9.6 5.9 9.5 7.3 3.7

TD INT 45 7 19 5 16 10 15 16 12 11 14 12 7 8 9 4 10 4 7 10 4 2 6 6 3 0 2 2 3 5 5 1 2 6 4 2 2 0 0 5

LG 85 73 81 52 66 97 68 66 34 69 51 48 0 53 48 57 74 77 32 26

Individual Rushing (by total yards) RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17 19 20

NAME L Thomas A Wells D Baker D Robinson J Summers M Cunningham C Jones J Harris T Mays T Lofton R Williams K Smith C White J Benson D Pruitt C Ingram L Franks D Ragsdale P Baker J Brister

SCHOOL East Miss Gulf Coast Northwest Pearl River Hinds Northeast Southwest Jones East Miss ICC Gulf Coast Co-Lin Northeast Holmes East Miss ICC East Central Hinds East Miss Gulf Coast

GP RUSH 12 148 10 201 9 162 9 153 9 160 7 101 8 109 11 143 12 111 10 144 10 59 9 117 9 95 9 148 12 103 10 105 5 70 10 78 12 86 10 79

YDS 1334 927 841 706 685 673 666 661 641 613 563 562 551 519 507 505 482 482 481 472

Y/G 111.2 92.7 93.4 78.4 76.1 96.1 83.2 60.1 53.4 61.3 56.3 62.4 61.2 57.7 42.2 50.5 96.4 48.2 40.1 47.2

AVG 9 4.6 5.2 4.6 4.3 6.7 6.1 4.6 5.8 4.3 9.5 4.8 5.8 3.5 4.9 4.8 6.9 6.2 5.6 6

TD 18 13 5 6 12 2 3 6 15 2 4 9 3 5 6 9 3 4 6 3

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

LG 68 48 83 47 42 67 59 43 26 52 98 41 63 60 35 22 43 58 24 51

FUM 1 2 4 1 2 2 3 3 1 3 5 1 2 3 1 -

LOST 1 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 1 3 2 1 2 2 1 65


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2013 MACJC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG) Individual Receiving (by total yards)

RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 20

NAME Q Cooks C Gladney J Willis C Bates A Adkins D Williams D Swinney K Redding S Rogers J Mack D Bossier B Acker J Bentley R Lockhart B Bell J Jones J McMillian J Hamilton I Morrow C Foy K Stinson

SCHOOL Jones Co-Lin Jones East Miss East Miss Gulf Coast Northwest Hinds ICC East Miss Jones East Miss ICC Hinds East Miss ICC ICC Northwest Gulf Coast Co-Lin Northeast

GP 11 9 10 12 12 9 9 10 10 12 10 12 10 8 11 10 10 9 10 9 9

REC 55 60 54 53 53 51 55 30 27 29 32 34 49 28 36 31 32 29 31 30 18

REC/G 5 6.7 5.4 4.4 4.4 5.7 6.1 3 2.7 2.4 3.2 2.8 4.9 3.5 3.3 3.1 3.2 3.2 3.1 3.3 2

YDS 1009 977 951 855 807 733 715 633 572 553 510 505 502 502 475 454 441 395 388 349 349

Y/G 91.7 108.6 95.1 71.2 67.2 81.4 79.4 63.3 57.2 46.1 51 42.1 50.2 62.8 43.2 45.4 44.1 43.9 38.8 38.8 38.8

AVG 18.3 16.3 17.6 16.1 15.2 14.4 13 21.1 21.2 19.1 15.9 14.9 10.2 17.9 13.2 14.6 13.8 13.6 12.5 11.6 19.4

TD 10 8 7 8 8 9 6 7 5 7 4 5 1 5 5 2 3 3 3 1 3

LG 53 74 81 85 54 51 52 83 49 74 46 48 21 77 75 55 20 42 43 31 69

Individual Defense (by total tackles) RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 10 11 12 13 13 15 16 16 16 19 20 20 66

NAME J Harris H Harris J Lucas J Dennis D Jackson C Harthone L Hopkins J Jamison L Roberts C Russell L Robinson T White T Wafford T Williams D Blue C Jackson T Jung C Luckett V Jenkins C Dean Q Watt

SCHOOL Co-Lin Hinds Jones Northeast Jones Hinds Jones Holmes East Miss East Miss Hinds Northwest Gulf Coast MS Delta Hinds ICC Holmes Gulf Coast Jones ICC Holmes

GP TKL AST TOT TKL/G 9 79 45 124 13.8 10 72 43 115 11.5 11 63 45 108 9.8 9 64 32 96 10.7 11 51 37 88 8 10 46 38 84 8.4 11 56 27 83 7.5 9 55 27 82 9.1 12 62 20 82 6.8 11 44 36 80 7.3 10 47 30 77 7.7 9 48 28 76 8.4 10 49 25 74 7.4 6 38 36 74 12.3 10 41 31 72 7.2 10 53 17 70 7 9 47 23 70 7.8 10 36 34 70 7 11 51 18 69 6.3 10 47 21 68 6.8 8 44 24 68 8.5

SCK YDS TFL YDS 3.5 10 15.5 36 2 9 0 0 4 8 3 11 9 23 0 0 1 1 1 10 1.5 5 0 0 6 17 0 0 3.5 8 1 8 6 17 3 12 5 11 1 5 6.5 17 0 3.5 7 14 7 1 8 4 21 0.5 2 6.5 22 5.5 33 22.5 83 0 0 11 40 2 8 8 8 0 0 2 10 1 8 5 24 0 0 5 17

FF 0 1 0 2 1 4 0 2 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 1

FR 0 2 0 1 0 2 3 1 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0

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YDS INT 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 3 1 13 2 19 2 0 0 1 55 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0

YDS BRUP BLK 0 0 0 45 2 140 0 0 0 5 0 69 1 0 2 0 5 0 18 4 0 0 0 0 41 8 0 3 25 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 101 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 0


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2013 MACJC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG)

Individual Punting (by average) RK

NAME

SCHOOL

GP

PUNT

YDS

AVG

LG

IN20

FC

TB

BLK

1

C Spears

Coahoma

7

42

1714

40.8

60

4

1

3

1

2

M Spencer

Holmes

9

65

2609

40.1

54

23

2

6

2

3

G McLaurin

Jones

11

49

1876

38.3

57

13

5

1

1

4

B King

Pearl River

9

39

1447

37.1

54

13

0

0

0

5

P DeMuth

Hinds

10

52

1923

37

60

15

14

5

1

6

J Millender

ICC

10

61

2241

36.7

54

26

2

1

0

7

T Furr

Co-Lin

8

33

1160

35.2

49

11

1

2

0

8

M Bratton

Northwest

9

55

1923

35

49

13

7

1

1

9

C Cooper

Northeast

9

36

1192

33.1

53

7

7

2

0

Individual Kick Returns (by total KR yards) RK

NAME

SCHOOL

KR

YDS

AVG TD

LG

PR

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

1

M Newson

Northwest

24

596

24.8

1

91

7

79

11.3

0

45

2

F Franklin

Holmes

19

513

27

0

35

1

0

0

0

0

3

J Smith

Jones

28

486

17.4

0

15

13

157

12.1

0

65

4

A Hunt

ICC

15

452

30.1

0

41

18

73

4.1

0

13

5

C Cook

Pearl River

20

428

21.4

0

30

14

166

11.9

0

46

6

T McCalpin

Hinds

17

400

23.5

0

24

5

86

17.2

0

54

7

J McNair

Southwest

17

340

20

0

0

4

35

8.8

0

22

8

T Lane

Northeast

23

335

14.6

0

49

-

-

-

-

-

9

C Bates

East Miss

9

287

31.9

0

28

28

409

14.6

2

62

10

L Hunt

ICC

13

278

21.4

0

20

-

-

-

-

-

11

T Bridges

Gulf Coast

9

267

29.7

0

16

17

132

7.8

0

24

12

C Ducksworth

Pearl River

6

264

44

1

0

-

-

-

-

-

13

J Winners

MS Delta

11

243

22.1

0

63

-

-

-

-

-

14

C Jones

Southwest

11

213

19.4

0

0

-

-

-

-

-

14

G Sims

Co-Lin

11

213

19.4

0

21

-

-

-

-

-

16

P Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Bannon

Holmes

11

201

18.3

0

27

1

32

32

0

32

17

C Foy

Co-Lin

9

192

21.3

0

27

-

-

-

-

-

18

K Myers

East Miss

6

175

29.2

1

0

-

-

-

-

-

19

B Newsome

Northwest

7

158

22.6

0

0

-

-

-

-

-

20

D Grayson

East Central

9

153

17

0

33

-

-

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-

-

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2013 MACJC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (SOURCE: NJCAA.ORG) Individual Scoring (by total points)

RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 11 12 12 12 12 16 17 17 17 17

NAME L Thomas D White T Mays G McLaurin A Wells J Summers J Houston R Boyd C Bates Q Cooks T Reynolds P Baker C Ingram K Smith D Williams B Jones A Adkins D Baker C Gladney D Robinson

SCHOOL East Miss East Miss East Miss Jones Gulf Coast Hinds Hinds Jones East Miss Jones Gulf Coast East Miss ICC Co-Lin Gulf Coast Co-Lin East Miss Northwest Co-Lin Pearl River

PTS PTS/G RUSH REC KR 114 9.5 18 1 111 9.2 100 8.3 15 1 0 93 8.5 78 7.8 13 0 72 8 12 67 6.7 66 6 10 1 60 5 8 0 60 5.5 10 0 56 6.2 54 4.5 6 3 54 5.4 9 0 54 6 9 0 54 6 0 9 50 5.6 48 4 0 8 48 5.3 5 3 48 5.3 8 48 5.3 6 2 -

PR INT FUM XPM FGM 2PT MISC 93 6 0 0 0 2 0 51 14 0 0 40 9 0 0 0 2 0 35 7 0 0 32 6 0 0 0 -

Individual Kicking (by points scored) RK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17 19 68

NAME D White G McLaurin J Houston T Reynolds B Jones C Cooper M Moore C Ballard J Millender C Spears B Frederick E Dendy M McDaniel B King M Bratton C Byrd A Franklin Z Goodman A Franklin

SCHOOL East Miss Jones Hinds Gulf Coast Co-Lin Northeast Pearl River Holmes ICC Coahoma Northwest ICC Southwest Pearl River Northwest Jones East Central MS Delta East Central

GP 12 11 10 9 9 9 9 9 10 7 4 10 5 9 9 10 3 3 4

FGM 6 14 9 7 6 6 6 1 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 -

FGA 11 19 11 13 13 10 9 4 7 3 3 4 3 4 2 2 1 1 -

PCT 55% 74% 82% 54% 46% 60% 67% 25% 29% 67% 67% 75% 67% 50% 50% 50% 0% 0% -

LG 40 47 41 45 39 45 39 29 41 35 36 22 48 25 20 45 0 0 -

XPM 93 51 40 35 32 23 15 23 18 15 14 10 9 8 7 2 3 3 2

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XPA 99 55 44 37 38 26 18 25 20 18 14 14 9 8 8 3 3 6 2

PCT 94% 93% 91% 95% 84% 88% 83% 92% 90% 83% 100% 71% 100% 100% 88% 67% 100% 50% 100%

PTS 111 93 67 56 50 41 33 26 24 21 20 19 15 14 10 5 3 3 2


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COAHOMA TIGERS

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========================================================================== A 28 PEARL RIVER A S 4 EAST CENTRAL H S 11 EAST MISSISSIPPI " H S 18 MISSISSIPPI DELTA " A S 27 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI " A O 4 ITAWAMBA " HC O 9 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI H O 18 HOLMES " A O 23 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " H

MISS. GULF COAST BULLDOGS

COPIAH-LINCOLN WOLVES

========================================================================== A 28 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI H S 4 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI H S 11 EAST CENTRAL " A S 18 HINDS " H S 25 JONES COUNTY " A O 2 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " H O 11 PEARL RIVER " A O 18 COPIAH-LINCOLN " HC O 25 ITAWAMBA A

========================================================================== A 28 ITAWAMBA H S 4 EAST MISSISSIPPI A S 11 MISSISSIPPI DELTA H S 18 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " A S 25 EAST CENTRAL " H O 2 PEARL RIVER " A O 11 HINDS " HC O 18 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " A O 23 JONES COUNTY " H

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI TIGERS

EAST CENTRAL WARRIORS

========================================================================== A 28 MISSISSIPPI DELTA A S 4 COAHOMA A S 11 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " H S 18 HOLMES H S 25 COPIAH-LINCOLN " A O 2 HINDS " A O 11 JONES COUNTY " HC O 18 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " A O 23 PEARL RIVER " H

EAST MISSISSIPPI LIONS

========================================================================== A 28 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI A S 4 COPIAH-LINCOLN H S 11 COAHOMA " A S 18 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI " H S 25 ITAWAMBA " A O 4 JONES COUNTY HC O 9 HOLMES " H O 16 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " A O 23 MISSISSIPPI DELTA " H

HINDS EAGLES

========================================================================== A 28 HOLMES A S 4 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI A S 11 PEARL RIVER " H S 18 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " A S 25 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI H O 2 EAST CENTRAL " H O 11 COPIAH-LINCOLN " A O 18 JONES COUNTY " A O 23 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " HC

HOLMES BULLDOGS

========================================================================== A 28 HINDS H S 4 PEARL RIVER A S 11 ITAWAMBA " A S 18 EAST CENTRAL A S 25 MISSISSIPPI DELTA " H O 2 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " H O 9 EAST MISSISSIPPI " A O 18 COAHOMA " HC O 23 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI " A

„lCOPIAH-LINCOLN, EAST CENTRAL, Hinds, Jones County, Mississippi Gulf Coast, Pearl River, and Southwest Mississippi comprise the MACJC South Division, while Coahoma, East Mississippi, Holmes, Itawamba, Mississippi Delta, Northeast Mississippi, and Northwest Mississippi comprise the North Division. The first round of the state playoffs (North No. 1 vs. South No. 2, South No. 1 vs. North No. 2, No. 1 seeds host) are set for Saturday, Nov. 1, with the first-round winners playing for the state title Saturday, Nov. 8. The 2014 MACJC state champion earns hosting rights to the sixth-annual Mississippi Bowl scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 30, in Indian Stadium at Biloxi High School in Biloxi. ( " ) DENOTES NORTH, SOUTH DIVISION GAMES

ITAWAMBA INDIANS

========================================================================== A 28 COPIAH-LINCOLN A S 6 JONES COUNTY A S 11 HOLMES " H S 20 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " A S 25 EAST MISSISSIPPI " H O 4 COAHOMA " A O 9 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI " H O 18 MISSISSIPPI DELTA " A O 25 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " HC

JONES COUNTY BOBCATS

========================================================================== A 28 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI A S 6 ITAWAMBA H S 11 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " H S 18 PEARL RIVER " A S 25 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " H O 4 EAST MISSISSIPPI A O 11 EAST CENTRAL " A O 18 HINDS " HC O 23 COPIAH-LINCOLN " A

========================================================================== A 28 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST A S 4 HINDS H S 11 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " H S 18 EAST MISSISSIPPI " A S 27 COAHOMA " HC O 2 MISSISSIPPI DELTA " A O 9 ITAWAMBA " A O 16 PEARL RIVER H O 23 HOLMES " H

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI RANGERS

========================================================================== A 28 JONES COUNTY H S 4 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST A S 11 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI " A S 20 ITAWAMBA " HC S 25 HINDS A O 2 HOLMES " A O 9 MISSISSIPPI DELTA " H O 16 EAST MISSISSIPPI " H O 23 COAHOMA " A

PEARL RIVER WILDCATS

========================================================================== A 28 COAHOMA H S 4 HOLMES H S 11 HINDS " A S 18 JONES COUNTY " H S 25 SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI " A O 2 COPIAH-LINCOLN " H O 11 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " HC O 16 NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI A O 23 EAST CENTRAL " A

SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI BEARS

========================================================================== A 28 EAST MISSISSIPPI H S 4 MISSISSIPPI DELTA H S 11 JONES COUNTY " A S 18 COPIAH-LINCOLN " H S 25 PEARL RIVER " H O 2 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST " A O 9 COAHOMA A O 18 EAST CENTRAL " HC O 23 HINDS " A

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Aug. A ug. 228 8 7p p.m. .m.

Miss. M iss. G Gulf ulf C Coast oast Perkinston P erkinston

Sept. S ept. 4 66:30 :30 p p.m. .m.

Hinds H inds B Booneville ooneville

Sept. S ept. 111 1 66:30 :30 p p.m. .m.

Northwest* N orthwest* Booneville B ooneville

Sept. S ept. 118 8 7p p.m. .m.

East E ast M Mississippi* ississippi* S Scooba cooba

Sept. S ept. 227 7 3p p.m. .m.

Coahoma* C oahoma* ((Homecoming) Homecoming) B ooneville Booneville

Oct. O ct. 2 7p p.m. .m.

Miss. M iss. D Delta* elta* Moorhead M oorhead

Oct. O ct. 9 7p .m. p.m.

IItawamba* tawamba* F ulton Fulton

Oct. O ct. 116 6 66:30 :30 p p.m. .m.

Pearl P earl R River iver Booneville B ooneville

Oct. O ct. 224 4 66:30 :30 p p.m. .m.

Holmes* H olmes* Booneville B ooneville * Denotes Denotes MACJC MACJC North North Division Division

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