Pearl River Community College

Women's Basketball

Lady Wildcats come up short in loss at Co-Lin

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College came up dry offensively at the worst possible moment, and as a result the Lady Wildcats’ dreams of a postseason berth were dashed.

PRCC was held scoreless for the final 2:45 of the game and fell to Copiah-Lincoln 53-46 in women’s basketball action Thursday night at Wesson.

The loss, coupled with Hinds’ victory over East Central, knocked Pearl River (14-9 overall, 6-8 division) out of spot in the MACJC State Tournament. Co-Lin, which had already clinched a postseason berth, improved to 20-3 and 11-3.

Lady Wildcats stop Gulf Coast to keep hopes alive

POPLARVILLE – It wasn’t pretty to the casual observer, but Monday night’s win over Mississippi Gulf Coast looked good to Pearl River Community College women’s basketball coach Scotty Fletcher.

Despite scoring their season-low in points, the Lady Wildcats came away winners, as they held Gulf Coast to just eight points in the second half of a 41-31 victory at Perkinston, keeping alive their hopes for a berth in the MACJC State Tournament.

Lady Wildcats lose to hot-shooting East Central

POPLARVILLE – If the Pearl River Community College women are to qualify for the MACJC State Basketball Tournament, it will have to be done on the road.

The Lady Wildcats ran into a second quarter buzz-saw against East Central and never really recovered, suffering a disappointing 64-58 defeat Thursday night at M.R. White Coliseum.

Lady Wildcats drop tough decision against Hinds

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College hit a dry spell late in the third quarter, and were unable to bounce back, dropping a hard-fought 72-65 decision to Hinds Monday night in South Division women’s basketball action at Utica.

PRCC (12-7 overall) dropped into a three-way tie with Hinds (14-6) and Meridian for fourth place in the South at 5-6 in division.

Lady Wildcats come through at finish to upset Jones

Pearl River freshman guard Gabby BrownPOPLARVILLE – Just three days after experiencing one of the lowest of low moments, the Pearl River Community College women’s basketball team enjoyed one of its highest of high moments against Jones County.

Lady Wildcats use big second half to get past Meridian

Pearl River sophomore guard Rah Franklin POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College came roaring out of the locker room for the second half to take command and cruised to a 62-52 victory over Meridian Thursday night in women’s basketball action at Meridian.

Lady Wildcats suffer tough loss to Co-Lin in OT

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College stood toe-to-toe with one of the perennial powers in the MACJC, but came up a little short in the end.

Copiah-Lincoln outscored the Lady Wildcats 10-5 in overtime to hand PRCC a 63-58 defeat in women’s basketball action Monday night at M.R. White Coliseum.

Pearl River dropped to 10-5 overall and 3-4 in the South Division. Co-Lin improved to 14-2 and 5-2.

Early in the game, it looked like the rout most people expected, as the Lady Wolves twice built a 10-point lead, at 13-3 and 18-8.

Lady Wildcats rally to defeat Coastal Alabama-North

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College wasn’t quite as sharp for four quarters as it might have wanted, but the Lady Wildcats were sharp enough when it counted

PRCC used stiff defense in the fourth quarter to get past Coastal Alabama-North 49-45 Saturday afternoon in women’s basketball action at M.R. White Coliseum. Pearl River improved to 10-4 overall; CACC-North dropped to 2-18.

Lady Wildcats smother Gulf Coast in South Division triumph

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College has hung its hat this season on team defense, and that defense was never better than in the first half Thursday night against Mississippi Gulf Coast.

The Lady Wildcats held the Lady Bulldogs scoreless in the second quarter while racing to a huge halftime lead, and were never threatened in a dominating 65-43 win in women’s basketball action at M.R. White Coliseum.

Lady Wildcats hold off East Central for road victory

Charisma Walker POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College used superior defense and a little bit of luck to hold on down the stretch, earning a 49-47 victory over East Central Monday night in women’s basketball action at Decatur.

The Lady Wildcats improved to 8-4 overall and 2-3 in the South Division; East Central dropped to 9-4 and 2-3.

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