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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 stuns top-ranked LSU-Eunice with 5-4, 7-6 doubleheader sweep

POPLARVILLE — Pearl River pulled off an impressive 5-4 extra-inning victory over No. 1-ranked LSU-Eunice before bouncing back with a 7-6 nightcap win to hand the reigning NJCAA Division II national champions their first losses of the season here Tuesday in Wildcat Stadium.
            PRCC led 3-0 after five innings in the first game, but LSU-E answered with three in the top of the sixth before taking a 4-3 lead in the eighth. The Wildcats tied it up in the bottom of the ninth to send things into an extra inning.

River sweeps Bishop in home openers

 POPLARVILLE — Pearl River’s Wildcats swept Bishop State (Ala.) in NJCAA baseball doubleheader action here Friday, rallying late to take a hard-fought victory in the first game before pounding the visiting Wildcat squad 10-0 in five innings in the nightcap game.
            PRCC improved to 3-1 overall, while BSCC dropped to 1-8.
            In the first game, Bishop State scored in the first three innings to go up 4-0 after three before Pearl River bounced back with two in the bottom of the fourth and three in the sixth to take the one-run victory.

River splits season-opening twin bill with Baton Rouge

            VIDALIA, La. — Pearl River Community College split with Baton Rouge in a season-opening baseball doubleheader here Saturday with the Wildcats taking a lopsided 8-1 victory in the first game before falling to the Bears 3-0 in 11 innings in the nightcap contest.
            The twin bill highlighted grand opening of the Vidalia Sports Complex.
            Both teams are now 1-1 on the season.

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