The East Central Community College football program is hosting showcases for Class of 2020 players and Class of 2019 players are have not signed to play college football on Friday, May 24, at Bailey Stadium on the ECCC campus in Decatur.
Former University of Alabama defensive lineman and longtime high school and college football coach Rudy Griffin is the new defensive line coach at East Central Community College in Decatur, announced ECCC head football coach Ken Karcher.
Eight East Central Community College sophomore football players signed National Letters of Intent to continue their careers at four-year colleges and universities during the recent National Signing Day for football midyear junior college transfers.
For the second straight season, East Central Community College defensive back Keonte’ Daniels was named to both the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges First Team All-State Defense and the National Junior College Athletic Association First Team All-Region 23 Defense for his play during the recently completed season.
East Central Community College will hold a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on its new Warrior Hall football operations center at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018, at the construction site on the campus in Decatur.
Jones College capitalized on numerous East Central miscues early on to build an insurmountable first half lead as the No. 7 Bobcats rolled to a 45-20 MACJC South Division football win over the Warriors Thursday, Oct. 25, on the ECCC campus in Decatur.
Behind a stingy defense and ball control offense in the second half, the East Central Warriors spoiled Homecoming for the Hinds Eagles with a 17-14 MACJC South Division football win Thursday, Oct. 18, at Gene Murphy Field at Joe Renfroe Stadium in Raymond.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast Bulldogs scored on their first two drives of the game to set the tone early and then survived a fourth quarter East Central Community College rally to pick up a 27-14 MACJC South Division football win over the visiting Warriors Thursday, Oct. 11, at George Sekul Field at A.L. May Memorial Stadium in Perkinston.
The Copiah-Lincoln Wolves overcame an early 14-0 East Central lead to spoil Homecoming 2018 for the Warriors with a 42-17 MACJC South Division football win Thursday, Oct. 4, in Bailey Stadium on the ECCC campus in Decatur.
Sparked by the two touchdowns and the running of James Smith III, the East Central Community College Warriors held on to defeat the Southwest Mississippi Bears 28-21 in the home football opener Thursday, Sept.13, in Bailey Stadium in Decatur.
For the second week in a row, the East Central Community College Warriors took a lead into the fourth quarter on the road against a nationally ranked opponent, but this time the Warrior defense came up with a big last-minute stop to preserve a 34-28 upset win over the No. 14 ranked Itawamba Community College Indians Thursday, Sept. 6, in MACJC football action at Eaton Field in Fulton.
The No. 6 ranked Northwest Rangers needed 14 points in the final three minutes of the game to avoid a major opening night upset at the hands of the East Central Community College Warriors in MACJC football action in Senatobia Thursday night, Aug. 30.
If the East Central Community College Warriors are to improve on last season’s record, they will have to do so against the toughest football schedule in the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges.
For the second straight season, the East Central Community College football team will have to play five road games, including the first two games of the season, as the Warriors 2018 football schedule was announced.