CLINTON, Miss. — In a year filled with “first time in a long time” moments, Pearl River’s women’s basketball team nearly added to the growing list Tuesday.
POPLARVILLE — For the third week in a row, a Pearl River Wildcat has been honored by the MACJC.
Center fielder Reece Ewing (Mobile, Ala.; Faith Academy) has been named the MACJC's Player of the Week, the league announced Tuesday.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s basketball programs now know their Region XXIII Tournament fates.
The Lady Wildcats (16-8 overall) will open against Co-Lin (20-6) at 1 p.m. Tuesday, while the No. 15 Wildcats (22-3) will play at 5 p.m. Wednesday against Northeast (19-6).
POPLARVILLE — No. 8 Pearl River put on a hitting clinic against visiting Baton Rouge on Tuesday night at Dub Herring Park. The Wildcats swept the series, picking up run-rule shortened wins of 11-1 in five innings and 18-3 in five innings.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s softball team answered some questions Tuesday in its sweep of Coastal Alabama-South at Lady Wildcat Stadium. The Lady Wildcats had to find two different ways to victory, winning a 9-7 slug fest before clamping down and hanging on in a 3-2 pitcher’s duel.
ELLISVILLE, Miss— It did not come easy but the No.15 Pearl River Wildcats broke through the first round of the MACJC tournament Tuesday, defeating Holmes 60-48.
For the second week in a row the MACJC's Pitcher of the Week hails from No. 8 Pearl River.
ELLISVILLE, Miss. — Pearl River’s women haven’t been in the MACJC Tournament since the 2013-14 season, but the Lady Wildcats squad came out firing in their postseason opener Monday against top-seeded Itawamba. Although PRCC led for much of the first half, Itawamba showed why it was the No.
BREWTON, Ala. — No. 8 Pearl River did a little bit of everything Tuesday to get a comfortable sweep at Coastal Alabama-East. The Wildcats didn’t score a combined 34 runs against the Warhawks like they did Sunday at Baton Rouge, but they did cruise to 10-2 and 6-1 wins.
The Oak Grove Warriors had 12 players sign National Letters of Intent this year, but Johnny Magee and Ben Johnson’s road to National Signing Day was far from ordinary.