August 27, 2017

Aubree Patterson netted the game-winning goal to give the East Central Community College women’s soccer team its fifth straight season-opening win, a 1-0 shutout of Motlow State Community College Saturday, Aug. 26.

The match against the Lady Bucks from Tullahoma, Tenn., was played on the Meridian Community College campus in Meridian.

Patterson, a sophomore midfielder out of Richland, found the net with 41 minutes left to play in the first half for the only score in the match.

August 27, 2017

ECCC Warrior Soccer Shuts Out Meridian in Season Opener

The East Central Community College men’s soccer team opened its 2017 season in a strong way with a 5-0 shutout of Meridian Community College in a match played in Meridian Friday, Aug. 25.

It was the third straight match the Warriors have held an opponent scoreless after two shutout wins in the exhibition pre-season.

Dylan Shoemaker out of Forest High School got the win in goal.

August 23, 2017


Scotty Bates (far left) of Union receives a $200 incentive check for successfully completing the high school equivalency exam from Whitney Amis (center), MI-BEST high school equivalency exam instructor, and Erin Tramill, MI-BEST navigator at East Central Community College in Decatur. (EC Photo)

Aug. 22, 2017

The East Central Community College Workforce Development Center will courses in Basic Automotive Repair and Home Maintenance and Repair beginning Sept. 18, 2017, at the Philadelphia/Neshoba County Career-Technical Center.

Both courses will meet from 6 to 9 p.m. for eight consecutive Mondays. Kirt Doss will serve as instructor for Basic Automotive Repair.  James Boykin will teach the Home Maintenance and Repair course. The cost is $150 per class, per person.

Aug. 22, 2017

East Central Community College is currently seeking students interested in a free course in Manufacturing Skills Basic. The course can be made available throughout the college district, which includes Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott and Winston counties, and multiple courses will be offered if enough interest is shown during the registration period, which is currently open. Dates, times and locations for the 10-week course will depend on interest from the public.

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