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CLINTON – Simply put, it was one of the all-time great shooting performances in the history of the Region 23 Tournament.
CLINTON – Fifth-rated Jones County Junior College placed five players in double figures as they eased past Northwest 77-55 in the first round of the Region 23 Tournament here Wednesday afternoon at the A.E. Wood Coliseum on the campus of Mississippi College.
ELLISVILLE – A bit of history was made Tuesday afternoon.
Both the Jones County Junior College baseball and softball teams are ranked No. 1 in the nation in the first 2018 NJCAA Division II regular season polls that were released.
CLINTON – The beat goes on for Pearl River Community College in men’s basketball.
The Wildcats used a smothering defense and got enough out of their offense to roll past Mississippi Gulf Coast 66-57 Tuesday night in the quarterfinal round of the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament at Wood Coliseum on the Mississippi College campus.
SENATOBIA – Fifth-ranked Jones County Junior College has done it again.
The Lady Bobcats jumped out to a 16-2 lead midway through the first quarter and went on to whip Copiah-Lincoln 78-53 in the MACJC Tournament championship game here Thursday night at Howard Coliseum.
SENATOBIA – Pearl River Community College let nothing stand in its way Thursday night, not a nationally-ranked team nor its vocal fans.
ELLISVILLE – The 2nd-ranked Jones County Junior College Lady Bobcats opened MACJC play in impressive fashion Wednesday.
The Lady Bobcats defeated No. 10 East Central 2-1 in game one and followed that up with a 9-1, six-inning victory in game two here at Community Bank Park/Gwen Magee Field.
SENATOBIA – Brandon Cranford has one specific duty for the Pearl River Community College men’s basketball team: To take and make 3-point shots.
Wednesday in the semifinals of the MACJC State Tournament against Holmes, Cranford shook off a poor shooting game at the best possible time.