BOONEVILLE -- After its thrilling victory a week ago, it Prom Dresses have been easy for the Northeast Tigers to let up, or even look ahead. Saturday's final result against the Coahoma Tigers indicates that Northeast kept its focus, and its ultimate goal within its control. The goal is to make the playoffs, and Northeast kept its foot on the gas pedal by holding off Coahoma 31-17 in front of a large homecoming crowd in North Division community college action. "The keys were Strapless Split Blue Homecoming Dress defense, and being able to score in the red zone," Northeast coach Ricky Smither said. "Now next week, the stars are lining up for it to be a heck of a ball game."
Northeast visits rival Itawamba on Thursday ito second place in the North. ICC entered Saturday night's game in third place. a Northeast win over East Mississippi put the Tigers into second place in Strapless Sweetheart Baby Blue Prom Dress division, led by Jaquise Cook's 267 yards. A Ripley alumni, Cook had 112 yards against Coahoma -- all of them important in a crucial victory. Six Cook carries took Northeast (5-2, 4-1) down the field on its first possession to set up a 22-yard field goal by Taylor Earhart. Coahoma (2-4, 1-4) then capitalized on a poor punt snap, eventually scoring on a 19-yard pass reception by Hollis Moore to give the visitors the lead.
Northeast forged back in front with a 14-play drive in the second quarter. On fourth down from the Coahoma 2 , Cook dove over for the touchdown. Northeast then added two TDs in the third quarter Strapless Sweetheart Long Prom Dress a 6-yard run by Jamarcus Goodloe, and an 80-yard punt return by Deion Belue. Coahoma rallied with 10 points, but Northeast shut the door on the visitors on a drive that included a fake field goal pass of 19 yards to Bryan Steele from Earhart.