POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College uncorked the lumber in the first game of a doubleheader against Coastal Alabama-South, but those bats went silent in the night as the Wildcats and the Sun Chiefs split a pair of games.
PRCC smacked six home runs in the opener and crushed the Sun Chiefs 15-6 in six innings to take the first game. However CACC-S made the most of just two hits to win the nightcap 4-2.
POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College proved to be comeback queens Saturday in the Sun Chief Classic at Gulf Shores, Ala.
The Wildcats won both of their games on their last at-bat, getting past Trinity Valley (Texas) 3-2 and rallying to defeat Snead State (Ala.) 8-7. The two wins put PRCC 3-1 for the annual tournament, hosted by Coastal Alabama-South.
PRCC (5-3) made the most of just three hits against Trinity Valley, scoring a run in the top of the sixth and the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh.
POPLARVILLE – Once again, it was good news, bad news for Pearl River Community College in softball Friday.
The bad news was an 11-0 thumping at the hands of Shelton State (Ala.) in the Wildcats’ opening game at the Sun Chief Classic at Gulf Shores, Ala. The good news was a 4-0 win over Chattanooga State (Tenn.) in their second game.
For PRCC (3-3), the first game was about as ugly as it gets, as the Wildcats committed eight errors and managed just two singles. Freshman Rylee Swilley (Kiln) took the loss, dropping her record to 1-2.
POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College showed its mettle in a pair of hard-fought games in the Wildcat Invitational Friday at Wildcat Field.
POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College opened its 2018 softball season on a successful note Saturday, splitting a pair of games in the Pensacola State Invitational at Pensacola, Fla.
The Wildcats opened their day with a 12-5 victory over Florence-Darlington Tech (S.C.), but dropped their second game 7-2 to Roane State (Tenn.)
PRCC opened the scoring in the first game with a three-run rally in the bottom of the second inning highlighted by a two-run triple by sophomore Ilyssa Easton (Hurley).
POPLARVILLE – The Pearl River Community College softball charted unfamiliar waters in 2017, missing out on the MACJC playoffs after eight consecutive years in the postseason.
Getting back in the playoffs will depend on how a talented, but untested, group of freshmen meld with a solid corps of sophomores.
PRCC returns 13 players from last season’s team that finished 19-23 overall, 11-17 in the MACJC.
“I think we’re going to be OK,” said Leigh White, who enters her 16th season as coach of the Wildcats.
POPLARVILLE – There was no rest for the Pearl River Community College softball coaching staff, as they followed the fall practice season with a busy November on the recruiting trail.
Pearl River Community College had two members of the 2017 Wildcat softball team honored with selection to the MACJC All-State Team, which was released recently.
Pearl River Community College once let a chance to keep its flickering playoff hopes alive in an MACJC doubleheader against Meridian Friday afternoon at Wildcat Stadium.
The Wildcats played one of their best all-around games of the season in the opener, defeating the Eagles 11-3 in six innings, but were unable to seal the deal in the nightcap, as Meridian broke open a scoreless game in the late innings to win 5-1.
Needing a sweep to stay in realistic playoff contention, the Wildcats saw a big comeback go for naught as the Wolves came away with a 9-7 victory in the opener.