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River splits at Meridian to wrap regular season

MERIDIAN --- Pearl River Community College women’s and men’s basketball wrapped the 2014-2015 regular season here Thursday with a split with MACJC South Division foe Meridian with the Lady Wildcats ending their year with a 74-70 loss, while the playoff-bound Wildcats clinched the division crown with a convincing 85-75 victory.
PRCC’s women’s team finished the season at 8-12 overall, while its men improved to 20-3 and 11-3. The host Lady Eagles, which finished No. 4 in the South and eye post-season play, are now 15-9 and 8-6, while the Eagles wrapped their year at 8-14 and 2-13.

River swept at East Central

DECATUR --- Pearl River Community College was swept by MACJC South Division rival East Central here Monday with the Lady Wildcats taking an 86-69 setback, while the 13th-ranked Wildcats fell 73-70.
PRCC’s women dropped to 8-11 overall and 4-9 in division play, while its men fell to 19-3 and 10-3. ECCC’s women improved to 19-3 and 10-3, while its men are now 13-9 and 8-5.
In the women’s game, the host Lady Warriors led 44-33 at the intermission before outscoring The River 42-36 in the second half to take the 17-point victory.

River sweeps Perk

POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College wrapped its 2014-2015 home basketball schedule here Thursday in M.R. White Coliseum with a MACJC South Division sweep over archrival Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The Lady Wildcats pulled off a 57-41 victory to improve to 8-10 overall and 4-8 in division play, while the 13th-ranked Wildcats were 72-63 winners and are now 19-2 and 10-2. The visiting Lady Bulldogs dropped to 5-12 and 2-10, while the Bulldogs are 11-10 and 6-6.

Wildcats take sole possession of first place in South Division with 89-75 win over Bobcats

            POPLARVILLE --- The 16th-ranked Pearl River Community College took sole possession of first place in the men’s MACJC South Division regular season derby here Monday in M.R. White Coliseum, bashing 12th-ranked and reigning NJCAA national champion Jones County 89-75.
            PRCC women, on the other hand, opened the night’s action with a hard-fought 76-72 loss to the visiting Lady Bobcats.

Pearl River splits with Co-Lin

            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College split with Copiah-Lincoln in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division basketball action here Monday with the visiting Lady Wolfpack dropping the Lady Wildcats 51-38, while the 19th-ranked Wildcats were 65-55 winners.
            The River’s women dropped to 6-9 overall and 3-6 in division play, while its men improved to 16-2 and 7-2. CLCC’s women remain undefeated at 18-0 and 9-0, while its men are now 5-13 and 3-6.

River splits at Southwest

            SUMMIT --- Pearl River Community College split with Southwest Mississippi in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division basketball action here Thursday with the visiting Lady Wildcats falling 52-43, while the 19th-ranked Wildcats were 67-63 winners.
            The River’s women dropped to 6-8 overall and 3-5 in division play, while its men improved to 15-2 and 6-2. SMCC’s women improved to 8-9 and 4-4, while its men are now 6-10 and 3-5.

River splits with Meridian

 Pearl River’s Teddy Scott            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College split with Meridian in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division basketball action here Monday with the visiting Lady Eagles nipping the Lady Wildcats 63-62 in overtime, while the 15th-ranked Wildcats were 73-62 winners.

East Central splits with Pearl River

            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College split with East Central in MACJC South Division basketball action here Thursday with the visiting Lady Warriors pounding the Lady Wildcats 75-56, while the Wildcats rebounded from a two-game losing skid with an 82-75 come-from-behind victory.
            The River’s women dropped to 6-6 overall and 3-3 in division play, while its men improved to 13-2 and 4-2. ECCC’s women are now 13-2 and 4-2, while its men are 7-8 and 2-4.

River splits at Perk

Lady Wildcats pull off 49-42 South Division victory, No. 15-ranked Wildcats defeated 80-79 in overtime

            PERKINSTON --- Pearl River Community College split with archrival Mississippi Gulf Coast here Tuesday in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division basketball action with the Lady Wildcats pulling off a 49-42 victory, while the 15th-ranked Wildcats were nipped by the home-standing Bulldogs 80-79 in overtime.

Jones sweeps River

            ELLISVILLE --- Jones County Junior College swept Pearl River in MACJC South Division basketball action here Thursday with the visiting Wildcats falling 70-64 for their first loss of the season, while the scrappy Lady Wildcats fell 65-61.
            PRCC’s 14th-ranked men dropped to 12-1 overall and 3-1 in division play, while its women are now 5-5 and 1-3. JCJC’s 16th-ranked men remain unbeaten at 11-0 and 4-0, while its women are 9-3 and 3-1.

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