POPLARVILLE – Two members of the 2016 Pearl River Community College softball team have been recognized as MCAJC All-State selections.
Sophomore Mary Grace Key and freshman Kristen Martin were named as part of the 28-player 2016 All-State Team, as selected by league coaches.
Key, who came to PRCC from Union, Miss., and played for Leake Academy, spent most of the season as the Wildcats’ starting third baseman. She batted .290 with 5 doubles, 1 triple and 19 RBIs, and was 8 of 9 in stolen bases.
Martin, who prepped at Oak Grove High School, played most of the season as the designated player and did spot duty at second base. She hit .333, with 3 home runs, 13 doubles, 1 triple and 32 RBIs. Her slugging percentage of .556 was tops among Wildcat regulars.
The Wildcats were 24-23 overall and finished eighth in the MACJC with a 14-14 conference record.