Five players for Pearl River Community College were named to the 2017 All-MACJC baseball second team, in voting by conference coaches.
Earning second-team honors were first baseman Simon Landry, third baseman Lucas Scott, and pitchers Colby White, Luke Bradley and Peyton Lee.
Landry, a freshman from Ponchatoula, La., led the Wildcats in most offensive categories this season. He had 52 hits in 171 at-bats, scored 45 runs, drove in 46 runs, hit 13 doubles and 14 home runs, all team highs. He finished with a .304 batting average.
Scott, a sophomore from Lucedale and George County High School, led PRCC with a .340 batting average, with 49 hits in 144 at-bats. He scored 31 runs, hit nine doubles, three triples, four homers and drove in 26 runs.
White, a freshman right-hander from Foxworth and West Marion High School, was 6-3 on the season and had five saves. He struck out 62 batters and walked 25 in 55 2/3 innings, and finished with a 2.43 earned-run average.
Bradley, a freshman right-hander from Bay St. Louis who prepped at St. Stanislaus, had a 4-0 record with three saves, all in relief. He allowed just seven earned runs in 25 2/3 innings for a 2.45 ERA, struck out 21 and walked just six.
Lee, a sophomore right-hander from Picayune who doubled as an outfielder for the Wildcats, was 7-2 for the season with a 4.98 ERA. He struck out 66 batters and walked 17 in 65 innings. He also batted .264 with a pair of homers and 18 RBIs.
Pearl River was 29-20 in Michael Avalon's first season as head coach of the Wildcats, advancing to the semifinal round of the NJCAA Region 23 Tournament.
(From left) Luke Bradley, Colby White, Lucas Scott, Peyton Lee, Simon Landry