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Wildcats pull away in second half to defeat Delgado

The Pearl River Community College kicked its game into a higher gear in the second half, and raced to a 71-52 victory over Delgado Thursday night in men’s basketball action at M. R. White Coliseum.

PRCC (2-0) led by eight points midway through the first half, but Delgado (0-1) closed the half with a 24-16 advantage, and the two teams went into halftime tied 30-30.

The Wildcats started the second half on a 9-0 run, but the Dolphins narrowed the margin to 43-42 with 14:39 to play. From there, however, it was all Wildcats.

Lady Wildcats improve to 2-0 with victory over Delgado

The Pearl River Community College women made it two straight impressive victories to open the season Thursday night as the Lady Wildcats bounced Delgado 70-45 at M.R. White Coliseum.
Freshmen Adyn Strickland (Saucier) and Kyla Malone (Oxford) hit 3-point shots on PRCC’s first two possessions of the game, en route to an 11-1 start, and the Lady Wildcats were never threatened the rest of the way.

Wildcats face a rebuilding project this season

<p.One of the most storied sophomore classes in the history men’s basketball at Pearl River Community College has moved on to the next level, leaving a big hole to fill.

The task for head coach Chris Oney is to rebuild the team, while maintaining the program’s elite status in the MACJC.

“This team will be a lot like our team two years ago,” said Oney, who begins his first full season as coach of the Wildcats. “I understand that it’s going to be a work in progress.