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Pearl River exits World Series Tuesday after 13-12 loss


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


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.