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River softball standouts Hickman, Holloway named to MACJC All-State squad

            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College softball standouts Rachel Hickman and Hannah Holloway have been named to the prestigious MACJC All-State squad, says Leigh White, who just wrapped her 13th season as head coach of the Lady Wildcats.
            Hickman, a Poplarville High alumnus who was a two-year pitching standout at PRCC for the past two seasons, earned All-Region 23 honors as a freshman. She finished her sophomore campaign with an 11-12 record, recording 153 strikeouts and walking 56 in 167.2 innings of action and an impressive 2.34 earned run average.

Lady Wildcat softball summer skills camp set June 1-2 at Pearl River Community College

            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River Community College softball will host its annual Wildcat Summer Skills Camp June 1-2 (Monday and Tuesday) in Lady Wildcat Stadium here on campus.
            The two-day camp is set for 9 a.m. until 12 noon for players ages six-to-15 years. Cost is $50 for pre-registered participants, while a $60 fee will be charged for those who register on the starting day of the camp. June 1 registration will begin at 8:30 a.m.

River tackles East Central in opening game of MACJC State Tournament Friday at JCJC

            POPLARVILLE --- Pearl River’s fourth-seeded Lady Wildcats are one of four teams in the all South Division softball line up that sets the stage for the 2015 MACJC State Tournament that gets underway Friday in Community Park at host Jones County Junior College in Ellisville.
            Other teams in the double-elimination tournament include the second-seeded East Central Lady Warriors and the third-seeded Mississippi Gulf Coast Lady Bulldogs.

Lady Wildcats nip Lady Rangers 1-0 for MACJC State Tournament berth

SENATOBIA --- Pearl River’s Lady Wildcats copped one of four berths in this weekend’s MACJC State Tournament after trimming scrappy Northwest Mississippi 1-0 in the deciding game of a best-of-three series here Monday.
Sophomore pitcher Rachel Hickman of Poplarville High won her second game of the series in as many days with a superb three-hit, 11-strikeout performance en route to the victory.

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