Five Wildcats ink senior college pacts on National Signing Day

            POPLARVILLE —Five Pearl River Community College football standouts signed with senior colleges Wednesday on National Signing Day.
            Defensive linemen Darrius Caldwell and Dalvon Stuckey signed with Arizona State, defensive back Shauntez Ball with the University of Tennessee-Martin, defensive lineman Carl Green with West Alabama, and defensive back Ty Northern with the University of Memphis.

Wildcats wrap 2013 season with TO-plagued 38-14 loss

             RAYMOND --- Pearl River Community College committed six turnovers --- five in the first quarter --- versus 16th-ranked Hinds here Thursday in Joe Renfroe Stadium and the host Eagles walked away with a convincing 38-14 MACJC South Division victory to end the Wildcats’ season.
            Surprisingly, PRCC dominated statistically with 21 first downs to HCC’s 12 and amassed 391 yards of total offense (185 rush, 206 pass) to the Eagles’ 223 (113 rush, 110 pass).

River smashes ECCC

            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s Wildcats climaxed their 2013 homecoming day in grand style here Saturday, bombarding East Central’s Warriors with a lopsided 45-7 MACJC South Division decision to even their overall record to 4-4.
            PRCC, which improved to 2-3 in division play, amassed a season-high 469 yards of total offense (312 rush, 157 pass) and boasted two 100-yard rushers in Darrell Robinson and Scottie Merrill.

River-East Central rivalry hits gridiron for 73rd time Saturday

            POPLARVILLE — Pearl River has high hopes of getting back on a winning track Saturday, as the Wildcats host MACJC South Division rival East Central for their 2013 homecoming game in Dobie Holden Stadium.
            The River, 3-4 overall and 1-3 in division play, enters the game off a 37-27 setback to fifth-ranked Copiah-Lincoln in Wesson; while ECCC, 1-6 and 0-4, celebrated its homecoming with a 36-31 non-division win over Mississippi Delta in Decatur for its first victory of the year.

Co-Lin smacks River

           POPLARVILLE --- In probably the most wildest game start of the MACJC’s 2013 season, Pearl River’s Wildcats fell victim to ‘too much Wolfpack’ here Saturday in H.L. Stone Stadium and seventh-ranked host Copiah-Lincoln wound up climaxing its homecoming day with a 37-27 South Division victory.