The Pearl River Community College baseball team showed a refuse-to-lose mentality Wednesday in a non-conference doubleheader against Baton Rouge (La.) at Wildcat Stadium.
Pearl River Community College made it interesting in the final half-inning of both games, but managed to hold on for a sweep of a softball doubleheader Saturday at Alabama Southern.
Pearl River Community College finally got going offensively in baseball Friday afternoon, sweeping a doubleheader at Pensacola State (Fla.).
PRCC overcame a 1-0 deficit with three-run rallies in the fifth, sixth and ninth innings en route to a 10-2 victory in the opener, then got two home runs from freshman Simon Landry to spark a 6-3 win in the nightcap.
PRCC scored its first two victories after starting the season 0-4; Pensacola dropped to 6-13.
Pearl River Community College used a pair of standout pitching performances to cruise past Alabama Southern in a pair of wins Saturday in junior college softball at Wildcat Stadium.
Freshman Olivia Holley pitched a five-inning shutout as the Wildcats won the opener 9-0, then sophomore Jackie Shows hurled a two-hitter as PRCC completed the sweep in a 4-0 win in the nightcap.
Pearl River improved to 6-4 overall; Alabama Southern dropped to 2-16.
Through the first half and into the third quarter, Pearl River Community College in the game against Copiah-Lincoln in the Lady Wildcats’ season finale, trailing by just three points to the postseason-bound Lady Wolves.
But that’s when Co-Lin kicked it into a higher gear, closing the third quarter with a 22-4 wave that swamped Pearl River, as the Lady Wolves handed PRCC a 70-45 defeat in women’s basketball action Thursday night at M.R. White Coliseum.
Pearl River Community College used a strong finish in the first half to take command, then ran Copiah-Lincoln out of M.R. White Coliseum in the second half, streaking to an 82-67 victory Thursday night in men’s basketball action.
The Wildcats completed their season with a 14-9 overall record, but their 6-8 mark in the South Division will keep them out of the MACJC State Tournament for the first time in several seasons. The Wolves also ended their season, finishing 10-13 and 4-10.