East Central Community College freshman kicking specialist Robens Beauplan has been named to the National Junior College Athletic Association First Team All-America Special Teams squad, the NJCAA announced today.
East Central Community College offensive tackle TyKeem Doss and kicking specialist Robens Beauplan added to their postseason honors today by being named to the National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region 23 Football Team.
Led by Most Valuable Offensive Lineman TyKeem Doss, seven East Central Community College football players received Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges All-Conference recognition it was announced today.
The No. 9 ranked Jones College Bobcats broke open a close football game with a pair of fourth quarter scores to defeat the East Central Community College Warriors 35-13 Thursday, Oct. 24, at Bobcat Field at Sim Cooley Stadium in Ellisville.
The No. 6 ranked Hinds Eagles used a touchdown in the final seconds of regulation and a field goal in the first overtime to hand the East Central Warriors a heartbreaking 23-20 football defeat and spoil Homecoming 2019 on the ECCC campus Thursday, Oct. 17.
The No. 19 ranked East Central Warriors hung tough with No. 1 Gulf Coast for the first 30 minutes of the matchup of MACJC South Division leaders, Thursday, Oct. 10, at Bailey Stadium in Decatur, before the Bulldogs used a pair of second half scores to pull away for the 25-5 win.
For the second time this season, East Central Community College kicking specialist Robens Beauplan has been selected the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges Special Teams Player of the Week. The most reason honor comes after the Warriors upset No. 15 Copiah-Lincoln 23-18 last Thursday in Wesson.
The No. 19 ranked East Central Community College Warriors will host the No. 1 ranked Gulf Coast Bulldogs in an MACJC South Division football contest Thursday, Oct. 10, in Decatur. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at Bailey Stadium.
On the legs of JD Martin, the toe of Robens Beauplan, and the back of a tenacious defense, the East Central Warriors ended 10 years of football frustration with a 23-18 win over the No. 15 ranked Copiah-Lincoln Wolves Thursday, Oct. 3, at H.L. Sloan Stadium in Wesson.
The No. 5 ranked East Mississippi Lions held the East Central Warriors to their lowest offensive output of the season and took advantage of six turnovers to earn a 24-0 shutout win in an MACJC non-division football game Thursday, Sept. 26, at Sullivan-Windham Field in Scooba.
Freshman quarterback Holman Edwards threw three touchdown passes and the Warrior defense pitched its second straight shutout as East Central Community College picked up a 35-0 MACJC South Division football win over the Pearl River Wildcats Thursday, Sept. 19, at Bailey Stadium in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors took to the road for the first time in the 2019 football season and pitched a shutout over the Southwest Bears in MACJC South Division football action Thursday, Sept. 12, at John I. Hurst Football Stadium in Summit.
East Central Community College kicking specialist Robens Beauplan has been named the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts in a 34-14 win over Itawamba Community College on Sept. 5.
What a difference a week makes. Just seven days removed from laying the football on the turf four times in a season-opening loss, the East Central Warriors played 60 minutes of turnover-free football and capitalized on big plays on both sides of the football in a 34-14 win over the Itawamba Indians Thursday, Sept. 5, in Bailey Stadium in Decatur.
The No. 9 Northwest Rangers took advantage of costly East Central Community College fumbles to earn a season-opening 26-13 win over the Warriors in non-division MACJC football action Thursday, Aug. 29, in Bailey Stadium in Decatur.
For the first time since 2017, the East Central Community College football Warriors will play more games at home than on the road as Head Coach Ken Karcher will rely on a mixture of proven returners and talented newcomers in a quest to return to the postseason after a two-year absence.