April 7, 2019


East Central sophomore pitcher Thomas Boothe struck out 14 Northeast batters in pitching a nine-inning no-hitter in the 4-0 game one win April 6. (EC Photo)

April 6, 2019


East Central’s Peyton Chaney serves in his doubles win against Marion Military. (EC Photo)

The East Central Community College tennis teams picked up their second sweep of the season over the Marion Military Institute (Ala.) men and women in matches played Friday, April 5, at the ECCC Tennis Complex in Decatur.

April 5, 2019

Registering for Fall 2019 classes is among the activities new and transfer students will participate in when East Central Community College in Decatur holds its upcoming Orientation sessions.

There are four upcoming Orientation sessions for various groups of new students.

Orientation sessions include:

April 4, 2019

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.

April 4, 2019


Parker Breland (left) and Annika Jones connect on two-run home runs in the bottom of the fifth inning of game one. (EC Photo)

April 3, 2019


East Central Community College soccer players (from left) Georgie Wilson and Jordan Havens signed to play next year at Mount Mercy University and Mississippi University for Women, respectively. (EC Photo)

April 3, 2019


Sophomore second baseman Anderson Shelley steals home for what would be the winning run in East Central’s opening game win over Jones College. (EC Photo)

April 3, 2019

The Hinds Community College tennis teams defeated the East Central Community College Warriors and Lady Warriors in MACJC matches played Tuesday, April 2, on the Hinds campus in Raymond.

The No. 18 ranked Hinds Eagles won the men’s match 9-0, while the Hinds Lady Eagles defeated the No. 25 ranked ECCC Lady Warriors 5-4. The two teams split back in March, with the Lady Warriors winning 5-4 and the Warriors losing 7-2.

The East Central women are now 10-7 on the season, while the ECCC men are 8-9.

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