East Webster’s Coy Jennings will be taking part in the Mississippi Association of Coaches All-Star Slow Pitch Softball Games Saturday at Mac Fanning Field on the campus of Newton County High School in Decatur.
A coaching clinic directed at high school coaches but open to coaches on all levels, including youth, is set for New Hope High School at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Welcome to a new addition to the sports coverage of The Webster Progress Times.
We plan to cover sports played at Eupora and East Webster more thoroughly than we have in the past.
Part of that will be the addition of two new features — a Prep Notebook and a College Notebook that will run on an almost weekly basis.
East Webster senior place-kicker/punter Parker Burleson has verbally committed to play football for Jones College in 2020.
Jones, formerly known as Jones County Junior College, competes in the South Division of the MACJC and is currently considered one of the top junior college football programs in the state.
Former Eupora High School football coach Junior Graham will be one of five honorees inducted into the Mississippi Association of Coaches on June 21 at the Hilton Hotel in Jackson.
Joining Graham are Ken Bramlett, Geary Jackson, M.C. Miller, and Kenny Robinson.
While the high school football season may still be a couple months away, the Choctaw Plaindealer and Webster Progress Times newspapers will begin their coverage of the 2019 season next week as the first member of the Webster/Choctaw ‘Eleven To Watch’ is unveiled.
The baseball season came to an end for the East Central Community College Warriors last week, but not before former Eupora High School standout Tanner Knight tossed a three-hitter in the second game of ECCC's three game series with Pearl River.
Former East Webster standout Jake Wofford and his East Central Community College teammates will be headed to Tucson, Ariz. next week to take part in the 2019 National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Men's Tennis Championship.
Former East Webster standout Jake Wofford had another huge week on the tennis court, picking up four wins — including one by forfeit — while losing only one game in five sets played.
As long as Mother Nature cooperates, the baseball and softball programs at East Webster and Eupora are set to officially get under way this week.