FULTON --- Pearl River's Lady Wildcats were eliminated from the MACJC State Tournament underway Wednesday here at Itawamba CC with a 74-71 semi-final setback to arch-rival Jones County.
PRCC, the South No. 3 seed, is now 16- 7 overall, while JCJC, the South No. 1 seed, improved to 18-7. Both teams eye berths in next week's Region 23 Tournament at Mississippi College in Clinton.
The River eliminated North No. 2 Itawamba 63-52, while JCJC dominated North No. 4 Northwest Mississippi 91-62 in Tuesday's quarter-finals to get the the semis.
FULTON --- Pearl River's Lady Wildcats are two wins away from their first state championship in over two decades after an impressive 63-52 come-from-behind victory over Itawamba in women's opening-round action of the MACJC State Tournament underway here in ICC's Davis Event Center.
South No. 3 PRCC, 16-5 overall, will face off with South No. 1 Jones County (17-7) Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the semi-finals. JCJC blasted North No. 4 Northwest Mississippi (12-9) 91-62 in Tuesday's quarter-finals.
FULTON --- Pearl River Community College's hopes of a repeat as men's state champions flew out the window Monday, as North No. 2 East Mississippi put together a late come-from-behind rally to eliminate the South No. 3 Wildcats with a 73-68 opening-round victory in the MACJC State Tournament underway here in Itawamba CC's Davis Event Center.
The victorious Lions started slow, but managed to tie it up early in the second half before taking their first lead with 5:30 left.
POPLARVILLE --- The Pearl River Community College women’s and men’s basketball teams enter MACJC State Tournament at Itawamba CC in Fulton Monday through Thursday in the spectacular Davis Event Center.
Both PRCC squads are seeded third in the South Division.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College wrapped its women’s and men’s regular season basketball schedule here Thursday with an MACJC South Division split with Copiah-Lincoln.
PRCC’s women fell 63-48 to the Lady Wolves, while its men pulled off a 71-68 victory. Both River squads had already clinched berths in Feb. 24-27’s MACJC State Tournament at Itawamba CC in Fulton.
ELLISVILLE --- Jones County swept Pearl River in women’s and men’s MACJC South Division basketball action here Monday, defeating the division champ Lady Wildcats 79-70 before smacking the Wildcat squad 66-54.
PRCC’s women, who captured their first South Division title in two decades last Thursday with a hard-fought 72-66 win over Meridian in Poplarville, dropped to 15-4 overall and 10-3 in division play, while its men fell to 15-6 and 8-5. JCJC’s women improved to 15-7 and 9-4, while its men are now 18-4 and 10-3.n
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College swept MACJC South Division foe Meridian here Thursday in Shivers Gymnasium with an impressive pair of “clinching” victories.
The Lady Wildcats captured their first South Division title in two decades with their hard-fought 72-66 win over the Lady Eagles, while the Wildcats dominated the Eagles 64-43 and iced a berth in Feb. 24-27’s MACJC State Tournament, which will likely be played at Itawamba CC in Fulton.
POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College grabbed a pair of impressive MACJC South Division women’s and men’s basketball victories over Southwest Mississippi here Monday with the Lady Wildcats pulling out a hard-fought 60-56 victory, while the Wildcats bombed the visiting Bears 87-71.
PERKINSTON --- Pearl River Community College swept arch-rival Mississippi Gulf Coast here Thursday in MACJC South Division basketball action with the Lady Wildcats taking a 71-63 win, while the Wildcats avenged an earlier loss to the host Bulldogs with a 76-65 victory.
PRCC’s women improved to 13-3 overall and 8-2 in division play, while its men are now 13-5 and 6-4. MGCCC’s women dropped to 7-12 and 3-5, while its men are now 14-5 and 7-3.
DECATUR --- Pearl River Community College swept East Central in MACJC South Division basketball action here Monday with the Lady Wildcats taking a 75-67 win, while the Wildcats were 81-76 victors.
PRCC’s women improved to 12-3 overall and 7-2 in division play, while its men are now 12-5 and 5-4. ECCC’s Lady Warriors are 7-11 and 2-7, while the Warriors are 6-12 and 2-7.