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HUTCHINSON, Kansas — Eleventh-seed Pearl River gave Odessa all it could handle in the second half Wednesday and nearly rallied back to complete its upset bid of the 6th-seeded Wranglers before coming up just short in the NJCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16 matchup, falling 69-61 at the Hutchinson Sports Arena.
HUTCHINSON, Kansas — Shortly after 11-seed Pearl River took the Hutchinson Sports Arena court Tuesday it looked like the program’s first trip to the NJCAA Tournament might be a short one.
POPLARVILLE, Miss. — It may sound funny to say a team had to battle when it out-scored its opponent 16-6 in a doubleheader, but that’s exactly what happened Saturday as No. 5 Pearl River swept Northeast to open its MACJC schedule.
MOBILE, Ala.— With the start of MACJC action on the horizon, No. 5 Pearl River put on a show Tuesday by dismantling Spring Hill’s junior varsity squad 13-4.
POPLARVILLE — A wide range of emotions overcame Coach Chris Oney as his Pearl River Wildcats won the Region XXIII Tournament for the first time last week. Monday proved to be another emotional experience for the Wildcats’ coach as PRCC was the 22nd of 24 teams announced during the NJCAA Selection Show.
EUNICE, La. — On a night when their basketball counterparts were making history, Pearl River’s fifth-ranked baseball team was making a statement of its own.
The Wildcats picked up a big sweep Friday, topping Murray State College 15-8 before turning back around and beating No. 1 LSU-Eunice 4-3 in 11 innings.
CLINTON — The Wildcats aren’t done yet.
No. 15 Pearl River turned what could have been a disastrous first half into motivation as the Wildcats kept their season alive by battling past Jones College 63-61 in overtime.
CLINTON — If you play like you practice, Wednesday was proof No. 15 Pearl River got after it over the last week.