East Central Community College sophomore outfielder Ken Scott was named to both the National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region 23 Team and the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges All-State First Team for his play during the spring 2019 season.
The 2019 East Central Community College baseball season came to an end in an NJCAA Region 23 best two-of-three playoff series as the No. 6 ranked Pearl River Wildcats won the third and deciding game 12-4 Friday, May 10, in Poplarville.
East Central Community College closed out its 2019 regular season with a sweep of the Coahoma Tigers and now sets its sights on a National Junior College Athletic Association Region 23 baseball playoff series at No. 5 ranked Pearl River May 9-10 in Poplarville.
The No. 11 ranked Northwest Rangers defeated the East Central Community College Warriors 16-2 and 3-2 in extra innings in MACJC baseball action Saturday, April 27, at Jim Miles Field on the Northwest campus in Senatobia.
The East Central Community College Warriors picked up an unscheduled game against the Shelton State Community College Bucs on Monday, April 22, and dropped a 7-2 decision in a single nine-inning contest in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
After being outscored 38-11 by the nation’s No. 4 ranked team just 24 hours earlier, the East Central Community College Warriors rebounded in a big way with an MACJC doubleheader sweep over the No. 14 ranked Hinds Eagles on Tuesday, April 16, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
East Central Community College had held its own recently against nationally ranked teams, but the visiting Itawamba Indians overpowered the Warriors in a couple of MACJC baseball games Monday, April 15, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors picked up a convincing win over the nation’s No. 7 ranked baseball team in game one of a doubleheader and then saw its hopes of a sweep end by an extra inning walk-off home run in the nightcap.
The honors keep coming for East Central Community College’s Thomas Boothe. The sophomore right-hander has added National Junior College Athletic Association Division II National Pitcher of the Week to his accolades after a stellar performance on the mound for the Warriors last week.
After throwing a nine-inning no-hitter and picking up a save in two appearances on the mound, East Central Community College right-hander Thomas Boothe has been voted the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges Baseball Pitcher of the Week for April 1-7.
Sophomore right-hander Thomas Boothe spun a nine-inning no-hitter to power the East Central Community College Warriors to a 4-0 opening game win in an MACJC baseball doubleheader sweep over the Northeast Tigers Saturday, April 6, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex on the ECCC campus in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors picked up an important MACJC doubleheader sweep over the visiting No. 7 Jones College Bobcats Tuesday, April 2, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex on the ECCC campus in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors won the opener 7-5, but then were no-hit in the nightcap in an MACJC baseball doubleheader split with the visiting East Mississippi Community College Lions Friday, March 29, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The Southwest Bears erased a four-run deficit in game one to take a 5-4 win, before the East Central Community College bats came alive in game two and the Warriors grabbed an 11-1 run-rule win in six innings for the doubleheader split Wednesday, March 27, on the Southwest campus in Summit.
The East Central Community College Warriors picked up an important early season MACJC conference baseball sweep over the Mississippi Delta Trojans Saturday, March 23, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
The East Central Community College Warriors played from behind early and never could catch the Gulf Coast Bulldogs in dropping a pair of 9-5 games in MACJC doubleheader action Tuesday, March 19, at the Clark-Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur.
Runs were at a minimum as the East Central Community College Warriors opened 2019 MACJC league play with a doubleheader split against the Holmes Bulldogs in games played Saturday, March 16, at Charlie Donald Field in Goodman.
Rain continues to play havoc on the home baseball schedule for East Central Community College, but the Warriors found Stanley James Baseball Park on the campus of Coastal Alabama-South to their liking in picking up their first sweep of the season Tuesday, March 12, in Bay Minette, Ala.
The East Central Community College baseball team scored 32 runs and pounded out 29 hits in just 14 innings against East Mississippi, but still came home with a doubleheader split with the Lions in games played Friday, March 8, at Gerald Poole Field on the EMCC campus in Scooba.
The East Central Community College baseball team traveled to Booneville Wednesday, March 6, and split a couple of non-league games against Northeast Mississippi Community College at Harold T. White Field at Booneville City Park.
The East Central Community College baseball team went a week without seeing any action due to the weather, and when they did take the field it was in a couple of nine-inning affairs against the No. 1 and No. 2 ranked teams in the nation. The Warriors defeated No. 2 Parkland College (Ill.) 3-2, after falling earlier in the day to No. 1 ranked LSU-Eunice 5-3.
After having rain force the cancellation of its own Rush Invitational Baseball Tournament, the East Central Community College Warriors traveled to south Alabama to pick up a pair of Saturday games, losing a 6-0 decision to Wallace Community College-Dothan and holding on for an 8-7 win over Lurleen B. Wallace Community College.
The East Central Community College baseball team fell to No. 16 ranked Southeastern Iowa and perennial MACJC power Jones College in action Saturday, Feb. 16, at Community Bank Park on the Jones campus in Ellisville.
The East Central Community College Warriors traveled south to Chalmette, La., to open the 2019 baseball season Wednesday, Feb. 13, and came home to Decatur with a doubleheader split with the NJCAA Division I Nunez Community College Pelicans.