JCJC/PRCC




Pearl River exits World Series Tuesday after 13-12 loss

By FROM PRCC,

ENID, Oklahoma — The top-seeded Pearl River Wildcats battled with Pasco-Hernando to the final out in Tuesday’s elimination game at David Allen Ballpark. Despite holding a lead for much of the contest, the Wildcats ultimately fell 13-12.

The loss eliminated PRCC (41-14 overall) from its first World Series berth since 2002.


Pearl River will look to respond after first World Series loss

By FROM PRCC,

ENID, Oklahoma — No. 1 seed Pearl River will need to bounce back quickly. After falling to host NOC-Enid 4-2 on Monday, the Wildcats will face Pasco-Hernando in a 1 p.m. rematch Tuesday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark. The loser will head home from the NJCAA Division II World Series, while the winner advances to face NOC-Enid Wednesday.






No. 6 Pearl River routs No. 1 LSU-Eunice to win Region XXIII Title

By FROM PRCC,

FULTON — When No. 6 Pearl River packed for Fulton and the Region XXIII Tournament, the Wildcats made sure to bring an extra box — containing “championship gold” uniforms.

The tradition was started by Hall of Fame coach Jay Artigues back when his Wildcats won the region to head to the 2004 JUCO World Series.


No. 7 Pearl River rides strong pitching, four homers to Region XXIII Tournament berth

By FROM PRCC,

POPLARVILLE, Miss. — No. 7 Pearl River’s season was on the brink of ending well before the Wildcats were prepared for it to wrap up Friday. Having split the first two games of their best-of-three Region XXIII play-in series against visitor East Central, the Wildcats knew what was on the line.





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