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     Pearl River Community College’s 2005 Homecoming court, featuring queen Chastity Nicole McLemore, a sophomore from Picayune, will be presented at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, before the PRCC-Southwest football game.
     Other members of the Homecoming court include from left: First row - McLemore; second row - Jessica Stuart of Purvis (football maid) and Sarah McLaney of Carriere (student body maid); back row - Fredra Hinton of Hattiesburg (sophomore maid), Erin Fortenberry of Prentiss (sophomore maid), Ashley Ladner of Waveland (freshman maid), Emily Bryant of Hattiesburg (freshman maid), Kimberly Stewart of Picayune (freshman maid), and Deidra Green of Raleigh (Forrest County maid).
 
Monday, October 31, 2005
Mathis optimistic about ‘athletic’ Wildcats in 2005-2006 season
Pearl River mentor says squad can make a run to return to the top
POPLARVILLE — Last year, Richard Mathis’ 14th edition of Pearl River Community College Wildcat basketball posted its first losing season in who knows when.
After winning back-to-back MACJC state championships in 2003 and 2004, the Wildcats fell to 13-14 overall with their 74-61 season-ending loss to Northwest Mississippi in last March’s Region 23 Tournament...more
Monday, October 31, 2005
Walley says Lady ’Cats could return to MACJC South Division elite in 2005-2006
POPLARVILLE — After winning the Region 23 women’s basketball title in 2002-2003 and a trip to the NJCAA nationals in Kansas, Pearl River Community College missed out on all post-season play the past two seasons for the first two times in head coach Ed Walley’s five years at the Lady Wildcat helm...more
Friday, October 28, 2005
Playoff-bound PRCC pounds Delta 51-14
MACJC post-season scenario set after Gulf Coast ices South title with 26-10 road victory over Hinds
POPLARVILLE — Defending NJCAA and MACJC champion Pearl River got back on the winning track in convincing fashion Thursday as the Wildcats pounded non-division rival Mississippi Delta 51-14 here in Dobie Holden Stadium...more
Monday, October 24, 2005
Wildcats hope for rebound from Perk loss with Trojan visit Thursday
Second-ranked Pearl River suffered first loss in 23 outings against Bulldogs last week in Perkinston
POPLARVILLE — Defending state and national champion Pearl River hopes to rebound from its loss to arch-rival Mississippi Gulf Coast last week when Mississippi Delta visits for a 7 p.m. non-division contest in Dobie Holden Stadium...more
Monday, October 24, 2005
Lady Wildcats claim first-ever MACJC soccer championship with 2-1 win over Gulf coast
Wildcats end season with 4-3 loss to Trojans in first round 
RAYMOND — Pearl River Community College won its first-ever women’s state soccer championship with a 2-1 victory over Mississippi Gulf Coast here Sunday in the MACJC Tournament on the Hinds CC campus...more
Monday, October 24, 2005
Bulldogs’ first-half domination halts Wildcats’ winning streak at 23-straight with 55-47 victory
Oliver shatters PRCC passing record with unprecedented 603-yard effort; Freeman sets new reception, receiving yardage mark
PERKINSTON — Defending NJCAA and MACJC champion Pearl River saw its record 23-game winning streak snapped here Thursday, as it failed to overcome Mississippi Gulf Coast’s first-half domination to fall 55-47 in A.L. May Stadium...more
Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Wildcats, Lady ’Cats enter state soccer tournament as South Division champions
Pearl River men, women wrap regular season with division sweeps over Jones, Copiah-Lincoln
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River Community College’s MACJC South Division hampion men’s and women’s soccer teams enter this weekend’s state championship tournament at Hinds in Raymond off back-to-back road sweeps to end the regular season...more
Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Pearl River-Perk rivalry hits gridiron for the 73rd time Thursday in a key MACJC South Division match up
No. 2-ranked, undefeated Wildcats guns for 24th-straight win against 3-1 Mississippi Gulf Coast
POPLARVILLE — One of the most-heralded rivalries in all of community college football hits the gridiron for the 73rd time Thursday when No. 3-ranked Pearl River travels to A.L. May Stadium in Perkinson to take on Mississippi Gulf Coast in a key MACJC South Division match up...more
Monday, October 17, 2005
Wildcat winning streak extended to 23 via 40-7 clobbering of Bears
Defending NJCAA, MACJC champions celebrate 2005 Homecoming in grand style
POPLARVILLE — Defending NJCAA and MACJC champion Pearl River pumped its consecutive win streak to 23 straight with a 40-7 splattering of the Southwest Mississippi here Saturday to climax the Wildcats’ Homecoming celebration in Dobie Holden Stadium...more
Monday, October 17, 2005
Wildcats clinch South Division with 2-1 win over Gulf Coast
Lady Wildcats, Lady Bulldogs tied for division lead via Perk’s 2-0 win
POPLARVILLE — The Pearl River Community College Wildcats clinched the MACJC South Division title here Friday with a 2-1 victory over rival Mississippi Gulf Coast...more
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Wildcats shoot for 23 straight against Bears Saturday in 2005 Homecoming battle
2-1 Southwest handed previously undefeated Gulf Coast 34-31 OT loss last weekend
POPLARVILLE — Defending NJCAA and MACJC champion Pearl River is out to pump its consecutive win record to 23 straight here Saturday when Southwest Mississippi visits for a 3 p.m. South Division battle to climax the Wildcats’ 2005 Homecoming celebration...more
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Sones to receive Volunteer of the Year award
POPLARVILLE - Celecia Sones, a 1967 graduate of Pearl River
Community College, will be honored as 2005 Volunteer of the Year during
Homecoming activities this weekend...more
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Pearl River men, women remain perfect at 6-0 in South Division with sweep of East Central
Wildcats, Lady Wildcats pump overall records to 8-1
POPLARVILLE — Pearl River Community College’s women’s and men’s soccer squads kept their perfect MACJC South Division records intact here Monday with a sweep over league rival East Central...more
Monday, October 10, 2005
Defending national champ PRCC remains undefeated with 28-18 romp in 75th ’Cat Fight at Jones
Oliver amasses 279 yards of individual total offense in Wildcats’ 22nd straight win
POPLARVILLE — The defending NJCAA and MACJC champion Pearl River Wildcats pushed their consecutive win record to 22 straight with a 28-18 splattering of the arch-rival Jones Bobcats in the 75th-annual ’Cat Fight here Saturday in Bush-Young Stadium....more
Friday, October 7, 2005
Parish, Robbins share love for Pearl River College
POPLARVILLE - Maude Parish and Donald K. Robbins have always loved Pearl River Community College...more
Friday, October 7, 2005
Cole to receive Distinguished Service Award
POPLARVILLE - Verlene Norton Cole, a 1951 graduate of Pearl River Community College, would be the first to tell you that her life has been forever rewarded for having attended PRCC...more
Friday, October 7, 2005
PRCC to induct 4 into Sports Hall of Fame
POPLARVILLE - Pearl River Community College will induct four new members into its Sports Hall of Fame here Saturday (Oct. 15) as part of the college’s 2005 homecoming celebration...more
McLemore reigns over PRCC Homecoming festivities
POPLARVILLE - Chastity Nicole McLemore of Picayune, the daughter of Scott and Marilyn McLemore of Picayune, will be crowned queen of Pearl River Community College’s Homecoming court at 2:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon (Oct. 15) in Dobie Holden Stadium...more
Friday, October 7, 2005
Reunions, Sports Hall of Fame highlight PRCC Homecoming
POPLARVILLE - Homecoming Day on Saturday (Oct. 15) at Pearl River Community College will be packed full of activities including reunions, tours of the campus, an alumni luncheon and the presentation of the Homecoming court before the PRCC-Southwest football game at Dobie Holden Stadium...more
Friday, October 7, 2005
Lowery is 2005 Dobie Holden Scholarship recipient
POPLARVILLE - Sophomore Chris Lowery of Petal is the 2005 recipient of the Dobie Holden Scholarship at Pearl River Community College...more
Thursday, October 6, 2005
PRCC classes resume in Hancock County
BAY ST. LOUIS - Pearl River Community College classes have resumed this week in Hancock County at the Stennis International Airport and Hancock High School...more
Wednesday, October  5, 2005
Reunions, Sports Hall of Fame highlight PRCC Homecoming
POPLARVILLE - Homecoming Day on Saturday, Oct. 15, at Pearl River
Community College will be packed full of activities including reunions,
tours of the campus, an alumni luncheon and the presentation of the
Homecoming court before the PRCC-Southwest football game at Dobie Holden
Stadium...more
Tuesday, October  4, 2005
75th-annual ’Cat Fight set for Saturday Defending national, state champ Pearl River Wildcats face arch-rival Jones Bobcats at 7 p.m. in Ellisville
POPLARVILLE — One of the most storied rivalries in all of junior college football will hit the gridiron for the 75th time Saturday in Ellisville when the defending MACJC and NJCAA champion Pearl River Wildcats takes on the Jones County Bobcats on the JCJC campus...more
Monday, October  3, 2005
Defending national champ PRCC sets new consecutive win standard with 48-26 bombing of Hinds
Oliver, Byrd have recordbook efforts in Wildcats’ 21st straight victory
POPLARVILLE — Defending NJCAA and MACJC champion Pearl River won a record 21st-straight football game here Saturday, bombing South Division power Hinds 48-26 behind the recordbook efforts All-American quarterback Jimmy Oliver and wide receiver Demetrius Byrd...more
Saturday, October 1, 2005
PRCC alumni chapter meeting in Hattiesburg
HATTIESBURG - Pearl River Community College’s Forrest-Lamar County Alumni Association is hosting a fish fry at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the South Mississippi Electric Power Association Pavilion. Tickets are $8...more