Five players for Pearl River Community College were named to the 2017 All-MACJC baseball second team, in voting by conference coaches.
Earning second-team honors were first baseman Simon Landry, third baseman Lucas Scott, and pitchers Colby White, Luke Bradley and Peyton Lee.
Landry, a freshman from Ponchatoula, La., led the Wildcats in most offensive categories this season. He had 52 hits in 171 at-bats, scored 45 runs, drove in 46 runs, hit 13 doubles and 14 home runs, all team highs. He finished with a .304 batting average.
Pearl River Community College finally ran out of miracles Friday night as the Wildcats saw their 2017 season come to an end with an 11-3 defeat at the hands of Hinds in the semifinal round of the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament at Ellisville.
PRCC advanced to Friday’s late game by edging Northwest Mississippi earlier on Friday, winning 10-8 in a 10-inning thriller. Pearl River finished its first season under head coach Michael Avalon with a 29-20 overall record.
Pearl River Community College is advancing to the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament after defeating Itawamba 13-0 in the third and deciding game of the best-of-three game first-round playoff series at F
Pearl River Community College shook off a run-rule defeat to earn a split of an MACJC baseball doubleheader Saturday at Meridian.
Meridian built a 10-2 lead after two innings and coasted to a 14-4 win in seven innings in the opener, but the Wildcats rolled a 7-2 victory in the nightcap.
Pearl River Community College baseball has made comebacks a big part of its game during a 10-game winning streak, and that was the case again Saturday in an MACJC doubleheader at Itawamba.
This time, however, it wasn’t enough as the ninth-ranked Indians swept the two games, winning the opener 5-4 in 12 innings, then holding off the Wildcats in the nightcap 7-6.
The losses knocked PRCC (15-7 overall, 6-2 conference) out of first place in the MACJC standings. Itawamba improved to 20-4 and 7-1.