The former Lafayette High standout returned to the position he loves so much — quarterback — for the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers and led them to a 34-21 win over the Northwest Community College Rangers. (September 20, 2013, Page 6A)
Thursday night’s MACJC North Division game between the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers and NECC Tigers might as well be called the “Battle of the Commodores.” Almost two handfuls of former Lafayette standouts will be on the sidelines of Bobby Franklin Field in a pivotal game for both teams. (September 18, 2013, Page 6)
CLARKSDALE — Damian Baker’s impact was finally felt Thursday night for the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers. The sophomore running back from Columbus scored three touchdowns and rushed for 198 yards on just 16 carries to help lead the Rangers to a 38-23 win over Coahoma. (September 13, 2013, Page 6A)
A first trip out of Senatobia tonight also brings with it the first MACJC North Division game for the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers. NWCC (0-2 overall) travels to play at Coahoma, a team that is also in search of its first win of the year.
SENATOBIA — Momentum was something the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers got too late in Thursday’s matchup with No. 6 Co-Lin at Bobby Franklin Field. The defending state champion Wolfpack used seven turnovers against the Rangers, as well their patented zone-read option attack on offense to post a 48-24 win. (September 6, 2013, Page 7A)
A challenge is what the Northwest Missisisppi Community College Rangers face tonight in the form of No. 6 Co-Lin. The Wolfpack are the defending state champions in the MACJC. They opened the year with a 29-20 win over NECC at home. (September 5, 2013, Page 9)
A week after the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges levied sanctions against the Northwest Mississippi football program, more information and a reaction to the sanctions have come out from school officials. (September 5, 2013, Page 9)
A chance to make the football playoffs in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges is not available for the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers this season. (August 28, 2013, Page 8)
Former Lafayette High pitcher Reed Davis has finally found the right school and situation to play for at a place that is defined by its name. Tuesday, Davis agreed to a scholarship to play for Victory University, a small non-denominational Christian school based in mid-town Memphis. For Davis, who just spent two years at Northwest Mississippi Community College, the opportunity to play for the NAIA-based school just felt right.