MCCOMB — Pearl River committed a whopping eight errors in a 6-5, nine-inning MACJC South Division softball loss to host Southwest Mississippi here Saturday before the Lady Wildcats rebounded with an 9-0, error-free shutout in six innings over the Lady Bears in the nightcap contest here Saturday.
PRCC improved to 18-12 overall and 7-5 in division play with the split, while SMCC is now 16-16 and 6-8.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Pearl River split with Baton Rouge CC (La.) in doubleheader softball action here Monday, taking a hard-fought 4-2 victory in the first game before falling 4-3 in a 12-inning marathon in the nightcap.
The Lady Wildcats are now sport a 17-12 overall record, while the host Lady Bears are 20-21-1.
In the first game, the first two innings were scoreless before each PRCC scored a solo run in the top of the third only to see BRCC answer with its only run in the bottom of the frame.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River split with Baton Rouge CC (La.) in doubleheader softball action here Tuesday, winning the first game 7-1 before getting steam rolled 11-2 in the nightcap.
The host Lady Wildcats are now 16-11 overall, while the Lady Bears are 19-18-1.
RAYMOND — The River definitely rolled here Thursday, as the Lady Wildcats bombarded Hinds’ Lady Eagles with a pair of lopsided MACJC South Division victories.
PRCC won the first game of the doubleheader 17-3 in six innings before bouncing back with a 13-0 shutout victory in five frames — both via the eight-run rule — to improve to 15-10 overall and 6-4 in division play. HCC dropped to 4-20 and remain winless in division play at 0-8.
POPLARVILLE — Mississippi Gulf Coast remains perfect at 8-0 in MACJC South Division play, as the Lady Bulldogs swept Pearl River 4-2 and 10-8 in doubleheader softball action here Tuesday in Lady Wildcat Stadium.
With the losses, PRCC dropped to 13-10 overall and 4-4 in division play; while MGCCC improved to 19-4.
WESSON — Pearl River’s Lady Wildcats split with Copiah-Lincoln’s Lady Wolfpack here Saturday, falling 1-0 in the opening game of the MACJC South Division softball doubleheader before bouncing back with a lopsided 14-3 victory in the nightcap contest.
PRCC improved to 13-8 overall and 4-2 in division play with the win, while CLCC is now 14-8 and 1-5.
Co-Lin starter Brooke Gonzales hurled a one-hitter in the first game to nab the mound win — striking out seven Lady Wildcat batters.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River extended its softball winning streak to eight here Wednesday in MACJC South Division softball action with a thrilling 10-9 extra-inning victory over reigning MACJC champ Jones County; but the seventh-ranked Lady Bobcats rebounded in the nightcap game to bombard the Lady Wildcats 16-6.
PRCC is now 12-7 overall and 3-1 in division play, while JCJC is 16-2 and 1-1.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s Lady Wildcats extended their winning streak to seven here in Saturday’s annual Cancer (Pink Game) Awareness Day by crushing Southwest Mississippi in both team’s MACJC South Division openers.
PRCC was a 7-3 winner in the first game before bouncing back with a lopsided 10-0 victory in five innings in the nightcap behind a superb four-hit performance by sophomore hurler Brittany LeBlanc.
Pearl River improved to 11-6 overall and 2-0 in division play with the sweep, while SMCC dropped to 10-10 and 0-2.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s Lady Wildcats swept Holmes with a pair of six-inning MACJC non-division victories via the eight-run rule here Wednesday.
PRCC won the first game 8-0 before bouncing back with a 14-2 win in the nightcap game to improve to 9-6 overall. HCC dropped to 3-15.
The twin bill was originally scheduled Feb. 12 as both squads’ season openers, but were postponed due to rain.
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s Lady Wildcats swept East Mississippi in MACJC non-division softball action here Friday, dropped the visiting Lady Lions 9-1 in the first game in five innings before taking a 7-6 win in the bottom of the final inning in the nightcap game.
PRCC, which swept EMCC 5-4 and 10-2 in a previous meeting played Feb. 15 in Scooba, improved to 7-6 overall. East Miss dropped to 4-8.