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PRCC Wildcat Baseball - 2014 High School Fall League

Begins - Tuesday, October 14th @ 5:00

The Fall League Camp is designed for kids in grades 9 through 12 who truly want to improve their level of play. Players are divided into “teams” for instruction and games. The league runs for 5 weeks with 2 games per week. There will be a 1 day instructional “showcase” prior to league play (October 14th @ 5:00pm). Professional & college scouts will be invited for the evaluation. The Fall League will be divided into divisions by grades depending on the number of participants. Major emphasis is placed on improvement through fundamentals and playing in game situations. Winning or losing the “games” is not the main objective. Participants may request to be on the same “team”.

River baseball standouts sign with senior colleges

            POPLARVILLE --- Three Pearl River Community College baseball standouts have signed national letters of intent with four-year universities in Tracy Hadley, Derrick Mount, and Jacob Taylor.
            Hadley, a 6-foot, 170-pound infielder who prepped at Pascagoula High, signed with head coach Scott Berry’s University of Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. The sophomore was a starter for the 2014 Wildcat squad, batting .316 and driving in 19 runs, while stealing 10 bases.

River falls short at Northeast in best-of-three playoff series to wrap 2014 season at 27-22

BOONEVILLE --- Pearl River couldn’t grab a berth in the MACJC State Tournament after falling short in a best-of-three playoff series to Northeast Mississippi, which earned hosting rights to the event with Saturday’s deciding 12-11 victory over the Wildcats.
            PRCC, the South Division’s No. 3 seed which wrapped its season with the setback, finished the year at 27-22, while the host North No. 2 Tigers are now 27-18.
            The Wildcats fell 9-8 in the opening series game on Friday, but rebounded with a convincing 12-6 win in Saturday’s opening game.

River falls 9-8 in opening game of best-of-three at Northeast

BOONEVILLE --- Pearl River’s Wildcats blew a three-run lead in the bottom of the ninth to fall to Northeast Mississippi 9-8 in the opening game of their MACJC best-of-three playoff series here Friday on Harold T. White Field.
The River, the South Division’s No. 3 seed, eyes a rematch and possible elimination with the host Tigers, the North Division’s No. 2 seed, Saturday at 12 noon.
PRCC dropped to 26-21, while NEMCC improved to 26-17.

Playoff-bound River splits at Gulf Coast

          PERKINSTON --- Pearl River’s Wildcats are playoff-bound as the MACJC South Division’s No. 3 seed after a doubleheader split here Saturday with archrival Mississippi Gulf Coast.
            PRCC, 26-20 overall and 12-12 in division play, suffered a 12-0 shutout in seven innings of its nine-inning first game with MGCCC, but bounced back with a 10-9 victory in the seven-inning nightcap that took 10 innings to complete.
            Gulf Coast ended its season at 20-21 and 10-14.

Wildcats split with Eagles

POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s Wildcats split with Hinds in MACJC South Division baseball action here Wednesday, taking a hard-fought 7-6 victory in 10 innings in the opening game before falling 3-0 in the nightcap game.
PRCC is now 25-19 overall and 11-11 in division play, while the visiting Eagles are 26-15 and 16-6.
HCC swept The River in a previous doubleheader play March 30 in Raymond with 8-7 and 2-1 victories.

‘Cats sweep Bears

POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s Wildcats swept Southwest Mississippi in MACJC South Division baseball action here Friday with 7-1 (nine innings) and 3-1 (seven innings) victories.

The two teams split in a previous division doubleheader play March 26 in Summit with PRCC taking an 11-inning 2-0 win in the first game before falling 8-6 in the nightcap.

The Wildcats improved to 24-18 overall and 10-10 in division play, while the Bears dropped to 13-25 and 7-15.

River splits with Northeast

CLINTON --- Pearl River’s Wildcats split with Northeast Mississippi in MACJC non-division baseball action here Saturday at Clinton High School, falling 8-1 in the first game of the doubleheader before bouncing back with a dominating 16-6 victory in the six-inning nightcap game via the 10-run rule.
PRCC is now 20-18 overall, while the Tigers are 19-15.

River sweeps Co-Lin

POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River swept Copiah-Lincoln MACJC South Division baseball action here Saturday in Wildcat Stadium with a 9-3 victory in a nine-inning affair before trimming the visiting Wolfpack 4-3 in the seven-inning nightcap game.
The host Wildcats improved to 19-15 overall and 6-8 in division play, while the Wolves dropped to 9-23 and 5-9.
The River fell victim of a sweep by CLCC played March 12 in Wesson with the Wolfpack taking 9-8 and 2-1 victories that both went eight innings.

River splits with Perk

POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s Wildcats remained tied with Mississippi Gulf Coast in the MACJC South Division derby after splitting with the visiting Bulldogs here Tuesday.
The River won the first game 3-2 thanks to a two-run effort in the sixth inning before MGCCC bounced back to hammer PRCC 16-3 in the nightcap contest in six innings via the 10-run rule.
The Wildcats are now 17-15 overall, while the Bulldogs are 14-15. Both teams are 4-8 in division play following Tuesday’s split.

Hinds sweeps River

RAYMOND --- Pearl River’s Wildcats were swept by Hinds in MACJC South Division baseball action here Sunday on Joe G. Moss Field, suffering a pair of one-run defeats to the host Eagles.

PRCC lost the first game 8-7 before falling 2-1 in the nightcap game to drop to 16-13 overall and 3-7 in division play, while HCC improved to 18-11 and 8-2.

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