These graduates of Neshoba County schools are members of the 2013 East Central Community College soccer teams. From left are freshman defender Jessie Hennington (20), freshman midfielder Chase McNair (11) and sophomore midfielder Miranda Clark (13), all of Neshoba Central High School; and freshman midfielder Madi Trapp (14) a product of Philadelphia High School.
These graduates of Neshoba County schools are members of the 2013 East Central Community College soccer teams. From left are freshman defender Jessie Hennington (20), freshman midfielder Chase McNair (11) and sophomore midfielder Miranda Clark (13), all of Neshoba Central High School; and freshman midfielder Madi Trapp (14) a product of Philadelphia High School.
East Central Community College's soccer teams each posted 2-1 decisions over Southwest Mississippi Community College squads Friday, Sept. 27 on the Decatur campus.

Ashlan Culberson scored both goals for the Lady Warriors, who improved to 4-6 overall under first-year head coach Gray Massey.

Culberson, a freshman midfielder from Brandon, gave EC an early 1-0 lead and later provided the game-winning goal in overtime.

Nicole Daigle scored for the Lady Bears and sent the contest into the extra period.

After trailing 1-0 following an early score by Southwest's Chris Gomez, the Warriors responded with goals from Clint McGraw followed by the game-winner from Will Thompson. Russ Thompson was credited with a scoring assist on McGraw's goal, and McGraw and Zack Killion received scoring assists on the Thompson score.

McGraw is a sophomore forward from Tupelo Christian and Will Thompson is a sophomore forward/midfielder and product of Newton County High School.

Russ Thompson is a sophomore midfielder/forward from Newton County, and Killion, a sophomore defender, hails from South Oldham High School in Crestwood, Ky.