Presbyterian Christian girls have made a name for themselves in recent years. Led By Coach Missy Bilderback the Lady Bobcats won the state Championship in 07-08 and 13-14.
Presbyterian Christian High School standout Rico Dorsey has had dreams of playing at the next level ever since elementary school. At an early age he knew that he was a cut better than his competitor.
Despite being disqualified from this year’s playoffs by the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools, the Presbyterian Christian School football team will see postseason action in a bowl game this week.
Because of a Mississippi Association of Independent School rule, the Presbyterian Christian School football team has been disqualified from this year’s playoffs after suffering several injuries to players that forced the school to forfeit three junior varsity games.
Things are looking great for the Presbyterian Christian Bobcats who sit at 5-1 after a road win against Columbia Academy Friday which resulted in a 41-22 win. But Coach Derek White thinks there is room for improvement heading forward.
Good field position and defense are two factors that win football games. With strong play on defense, it was the kicking game of the Presbyterian Christian Bobcats that lead to a 3-0 victory when they hosted Sumrall Friday night.
A showdown is set for Sumrall Friday night as the 2-1 Bobcats travel to 2-1 Presbyterian Christian.
Coaches are expecting a packed house, as the game will be played honoring military veterans from all branches of service.
Presbyterian Christian and Parklane Academy went down to the final seconds in a high scoring thriller – ending in a 41-40 win for the PCS Bobcats.
Parklane Academy jumped out to an early lead with a two-yard touchdown run by running back Brady Wilson with 4:45 remaining in the first quarter.
Presbyterian Christian had a tough loss against Lamar High School, the defending 5A District 2 State Champions, in a high-scoring affair, 51-43, Friday night in Meridian.
PCS Coach Derick White said he felt like he did a poor job in his part of the game.