POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College cruised to a relatively-easy victory over Delgado Saturday at New Orleans, defeating the Dolphins 90-72.
POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College had a successful opener to the 2017-18 men’s basketball season Thursday night, rolling past Bishop State (Ala.) 78-48 at M.R. White Coliseum.
Pearl River Community College used a strong finish in the first half to take command, then ran Copiah-Lincoln out of M.R. White Coliseum in the second half, streaking to an 82-67 victory Thursday night in men’s basketball action.
The Wildcats completed their season with a 14-9 overall record, but their 6-8 mark in the South Division will keep them out of the MACJC State Tournament for the first time in several seasons. The Wolves also ended their season, finishing 10-13 and 4-10.
A three-minute dry spell on offense late in the game proved to be fatal for Pearl River Community College, as the Wildcats dropped a 74-69 decision to Mississippi Gulf Coast in men’s basketball action Monday night at M.R. White Coliseum.
PRCC dropped to 13-9overall and 5-8 in the South Division. MGCCC improved to 17-5 and 9-4.
Pearl River Community College overcame a poor offensive first-half with a superb second-half effort to defeat Meridian 64-54 Thursday night in men’s basketball action at M.R. White Coliseum.
The Wildcats won their second straight game and improved to 12-5 overall and 4-4 in the South Division. Meridian lost its seventh straight game and dropped to 2-14 and 0-8.
In the end, Pearl River Community College was unable to make enough plays to pull out an upset, dropping a heartbreaking 73-70 setback at the hands of Mississippi Gulf Coast in men’s basketball action Thursday night at Perkinston.
Pearl River Community College came out of the halftime locker room with a strong second half, and rode that momentum to a 77-64 victory over Hinds Thursday night in men’s basketball action at Utica.
The Wildcats (10-3 overall and 2-2 in division snapped a two-game losing streak in the South Division with the victory. Hinds (8-5, 0-4) dropped its third straight game.
Pearl River Community College couldn’t get any offensive momentum built against Southwest Thursday night, and the result was a 60-47 defeat at the hands of the Bears in men’s basketball action at M.R. White Coliseum.
PRCC dropped to 9-2 overall and 1-1 in the South Division. Southwest improved to 8-3 and 2-0.
The Wildcats came into the game averaging 85 points a game, but fell well short of that against the Bears.
Pearl River Community College rolled out to a big early lead and never looked back Monday night in an 83-50 victory over Delgado at New Orleans.
The Wildcats improved to 9-1 overall in their final non-South Division game of the season, winning their seventh straight. Delgado remained winless at 0-14.
PRCC trailed by six points early in the contest, but quickly asserted itself and owned a 39-25 halftime lead. The Wildcats put the pedal to the metal in the second half, leading by as many as 34 points.
Freshman Jamani Glover had another stellar game for Pearl River Community College Thursday night as the Wildcats got payback for their only loss of the season in a 72-69 victory over Mississippi Delta at Moorhead.
PRCC improved to 8-1 overall with its sixth consecutive win; MDCC dropped to 5-6.
Glover, a 6-foot-2 guard from Mobile, Ala., scored 22 points and grabbed 5 rebounds, building off his 21-point effort in Pearl River’s last game before the Christmas break, a 70-56 win at Meridian.