Another valiant effort by Pearl River Community College came up a little short Saturday afternoon as Mississippi Gulf Coast defeated the Wildcats 30-17 at A.L. May Stadium.
Clinic: Drop off at 9am, Pick up at 12pm at Shivers Gym
Performance: 1:15pm at the Homecoming Carnival and 2pm at the Homecoming Football game
When it comes to a Cat Fight between Pearl River Community College and archrival Jones County, one can always expect the unexpected.
Pearl River Community College saw its postseason hopes in men's soccer dim with a crushing 1-0 defeat to Southwest Wednesday at Summit.
The Wildcats put up a valiant battle against the Bears, but Jaime Delor’s goal in the 80th minute of play proved to be the difference. PRCC dropped to 5-8 and 3-5; Southwest improved to 11-4 and 4-4.
Pearl River Community College drew closer to another playoff berth in women’s soccer Wednesday afternoon with a 3-0 victory over Southwest at Summit.
The Lady Wildcats improved to 7-5 overall and 5-3 in the South Division. Wednesday’s victory, coupled with Meridian’s 7-1 loss to Jones County on Tuesday, put PRCC one game ahead of the Lady Eagles in the division standings.
The soccer schedule makers were kind to Pearl River Community College, as struggling Copiah-Lincoln paid a visit to the PRCC Sports Complex Friday.
The PRCC women overcame an early deficit and went on to rout Co-Lin 8-1.
The Wildcats were rocked early in their game when they surrendered a goal to the winless Wolves at 14:36.