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POPLARVILLE - These Pearl River Community College students are the 2003-04 recipients of the Ted J. Alexander Endowed Leadership Scholarships presented through the college. Pictured from left: Seated -Elizabeth Burkett of Picayune, Caycee Amanda Davis of Poplarville, Rebecca Lauren Cox of Purvis and Rebecca Ann Bullard of Picayune. Standing - PRCC President William Lewis, Marcus A. Ladner of Hancock High, Dana Barber of East Marion, James (Bubba) Dedeaux of Oak Grove, and former PRCC President Ted Alexander.

Monday, November 24, 2003
Wildcats, Lady 'Cats pull off victories over East Mississippi in 
Miss. Gulf Coast Classic
Pearl River men win 77-65, while women take 83-56 victory

PERKINSTON   Pearl River Community College took a pair of victories over East
Mississippi here Monday in the Mississippi Gulf Coast Classic...moreTuesday, November 25, 2003
Saturday, November 15, 2003
Lady 'Cats pound ASCC
PRCC takes 88-75 road victory after demolishing the
Lady Eagles 105-46 Nov. 11
MONROEVILLE, Ala.   Pearl River Community College's Lady Wildcats pounded
Alabama Southern for the second time in as many weeks here Saturday, punishing the host Lady Eagles 88-75...more
Friday, November 21, 2003
PRCC baseball coach pleased with fall workouts
POPLARVILLE - Following six weeks of workouts and several exhibition
games this fall, Pearl River Community College head baseball coach Jay
Artigues says Wildcat fans have something exciting to look forward to
again next spring...more
Thursday, November 20, 2003
Itawamba sweeps Pearl River
Lady Wildcats tumble to 1-4 with 84-67 loss to Lady Indians;
Indians avenge season-opening loss with 79-76 win over 'Cats
FULTON   Pearl River Community College was swept by Itawamba in non-
division MACJC women's and men's basketball action here Thursday...more
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Wildcats soared to top of MACJC Region XXIII soccer league in 2003
Breerwood & Co. stumped all skeptics to win first-ever state-region title
POPLARVILLE — The MACJC-Region XXIII champion Pearl River Community 
College Wildcats ended their historic soccer season with a 2-1 loss to 
Tyler Junior College in the Mid-Southwest District Tournament at Hinds 
in Raymond, but fifth-year head coach Adam Breerwood says the
season-ending setback doesn’t tarnish his team’s far-reaching 
accomplishments in 2003...more
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
PRCC women fall to SSCC to drop to 1-3 overall
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.   Pearl River's Lady Wildcats fell 71-60 to Shelton State here
Tuesday in women's community college basketball action to drop to 1-3 overall...more
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
PRCC splits at Faulkner's Southtrust Tip-Off Classic
Wildcats fly past L.B. Wallace 96-84 in opening round, but
host Sun Chiefs take 76-70 win for tourney championship
BAY MINETTE, Ala.   Pearl River Community College's Wildcats split in the
Southtrust Tip-Off Classic at Faulkner State here Monday and Tuesday, whopping 
L.B. Wallace (Ala.) 96-84 in opening-round action; but fell to the host Sun Chiefs 
76-70 in the tournament finals...more
Monday, November 17, 2003
Four Wildcats ink baseball pacts with senior colleges
POPLARVILLE — Four members of Pearl River Community College’s 2004 
baseball squad signed grant-in-aid scholarships with major universities 
here Wednesday, says Wildcat head coach Jay Artigues...more
Monday, November 17, 2003
Wildcats wins 16th state title with 21-17 victory over Hinds in Saturday's game
PRCC cops coveted MACJC football championship for first time in 27 years
RAYMOND   Ninth-ranked Pearl River Community College won its first MACJC state football championship in 27 years Saturday with a 21-17 come-from-behind victory over the third-ranked Hinds Eagles here in Joe Renfro Stadium...more
November 11, 2003
Lady 'Cats get first win via 105-46 blowout over ASCC
POPLARVILLE   Pearl River Community College's Lady Wildcats picked up their
first win of the 2003-2004 season here Tuesday, demolishing Alabama Southern 105-46 in M.R. White Coliseum...more
November 11, 2003
PRCC splits with Delgado
Lady Wildcats still winless after 73-68 loss to Lady Dolphins;
Wildcats improve to 2-0 with 97-61 come-from-behind win
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River split with Delgado in women’s and men’s 
community college basketball action here Monday in M.R. White Coliseum.
The Lady Wildcats remain winless after two games with their 73-68 
setback to the Lady Dolphins, while the Wildcats improved to 2-0 with a 
97-61 come-from-behind victory. DCC’s women improved to 2-4, while its 
men dropped to 0-5...more
November 11, 2003
PRCC eyeing rematch with Hinds for state championship Saturday
Wildcats only loss of year was to Eagles 31-27 in Poplarville;
Pearl River last won the MACJC state championship in 1976
POPLARVILLE   Pearl River Community College can win its first MACJC
state championship in 27 years this Saturday when they go for all the marbles against
South Division champion Hinds in Renfro Stadium in Raymond...more
November 11, 2003
PRCC’s Kyle Morgan a team leader for Wildcats
POPLARVILLE - As with most football players, Pearl River Community
College’s Kyle Morgan’s personality is often split down the middle...more
November 10, 2003
Wildcats pounce Rangers 31-7 for first MACJC title berth in 27 years
PRCC has high hopes to win an unprecedented 16th state championship next Saturday against Hinds
SENATOBIA   Pearl River Community College will play for the MACJC state championship for the first time in 27 years next week after ending North Division
champion Northwest's season with a 31-7 shellacking in the opening round of the
playoffs here Saturday in Ranger Stadium...more
November 7, 2003
Tech Prep Coordinator receives award
POPLARVILLE--Elaine Smith, Pearl River Community College Tech Prep
Coordinator, was recently awarded the Meritorious Service Award from the
Pine Belt Counseling Association during their biannual meeting held at
Pearl River Community College..more
November 7, 2003
PRCC opens hoops season with split with Itawamba
Defending Region XXIII champ Lady Wildcats fall 70-66;
defending MACJC champ Wildcats pounce Indians 69-60
POPLARVILLE   Pearl River split with Itawamba in its 2003-04 MACJC women's
and men's basketball openers here Thursday in M.R. White Coliseum, with the Lady
Wildcats losing 70-66 and the Wildcats winning 69-60...more
November 4, 2003
Rangers hosting Wildcats Saturday in rematch in MACJC playoff game
First-round battle will pit two of the league’s best offenses and defenses; PRCC has defeated NWCC in its last two meetings
POPLARVILLE — Two of the most heralded community college football programs in the NJCAA will hit the gridiron for the 33rd time Saturday when the Pearl River Wildcats do battle with the Northwest Rangers in the first round of the MACJC playoffs...more
November 6, 2003
PRCC opens hoops season tonight against Itawamba in Poplarville
Lady Wildcats, Wildcats marked teams in 2003-2004 after winning
Region XXIII, MACJC championships, respectively; last season
POPLARVILLE   Pearl River Community College opens its 2003-2004 women's
and men's basketball seasons here Thursday when non-division rival Itawamba visits...more
November 1, 2003
South champ Lady 'Cats wrap up year with loss to Hinds in regionals
Breerwood lauds PRCC women's soccer team that boasted
30-7 overall, 16-0 division record over the past two seasons
POPLARVILLE   Pearl River Community College's MACJC South Division
champion Lady Wildcat soccer team wrapped up its 2003 season Saturday with a 4-0
loss to Hinds in the Region XXIII Tournament in Raymond, but head coach Adam
Breerwood says the heartbreaking setback doesn't tarnish the team's achievements over
the past two seasons...more
November 1, 2003
Lady 'Cats trim Bossier Parish in Region XXIII Tournament
Pearl River women to face Hinds-Miss. Gulf Coast winner for regional title Saturday in Raymond at 2 p.m.
RAYMOND  Pearl River Community College will play for the women's Region XXIII soccer championship here Saturday at 2 p.m. after the Lady Wildcats trimmed Bossier Parish (La.) 4-3 in first-round action Friday...more