September, 2012 Archives
Sunday, Sep 30, 2012
Wildcats hang on to drop Bears 32-27 South Division road battle
River rallies from halftime deficit over winless Southwest Mississippi to even division mark at 1-1

SUMMIT - For the first time in who knows when, the pass happy Pearl River Wildcats used its running game to rally from a one-point halftime deficit to drop MACJC South Division rival Southwest Mississippi 32-27 here Thursday. Mississippi State transfer qu ...more

Wednesday, Sep 26, 2012
River sweeps Meridian
Lady Wildcats win 4-1; Wildcats 1-0 victors

MERIDIAN - Pearl River Community College's women's and men's soccer teams swept Meridian here Tuesday with the Lady Wildcats taking a 4-1 victory, while the Wildcats won a hard-fought 1-0 win. PRCC's women improved to 5-2 overall, while its men are now 6- ...more

Wednesday, Sep 26, 2012
River hopes for redemption versus Southwest Thursday
Wildcats enter South Division Bear match up at 1-3 and off shocking 34-24 loss to then-winless Coahoma

POPLARVILLE - Regardless of Pearl River's 1-3 overall and 0-1 MACJC South Division record thus far into the 2012 football season, the Wildcats remain in the post-season playoff mix. After dropping back-to-back contests to division rival Jones County 39-34 ...more

Monday, Sep 24, 2012
PRCC alumni frying fish for scholarship fund

The Forrest/Lamar County chapter of the Pearl River Community College Alumni Association will hold its annual Scholarship Fish Fry on Tuesday, Oct. 2, at South Mississippi Electric Power Association on Highway 42 west. Sit-down dinners or take-out plates ...more

Monday, Sep 24, 2012
Jones County nips River 3-2 to hand Lady Wildcats first South Division loss
Wildcats shutout Bobcats 5-0 to remain undefeated in MACJC South Division play

POPLARVILLE - The 14th-ranked Jones County Lady Bobcats defeated Pearl River 3-2 here Saturday to hand the 20th-ranked Lady Wildcats their first MACJC South Division loss of the 2012 season. PRCC's men, on the other hand, pounded JCJC's Bobcat squad 5-0 t ...more

Monday, Sep 24, 2012
Coahoma defeats Pearl River for first time in series history
Scrappy Tigers stun Wildcats with historical 34-24 MACJC non-division victory after losing 16 straight

POPLARVILLE - Coahoma made history here Thursday after pulling off a 34-24 MACJC non-division victory over Pearl River that marked the visiting Tigers' very first win over the Wildcats in the 17-game series that dates back to 1980. Over the past three-plu ...more

Monday, Sep 17, 2012
Pearl River soccer sweeps Co-Lin before falling to Mississippi College for first defeats of 2012 season
Lady Wildcats, Wildcats perfect in division at 2-0

POPLARVILLE - Pearl River Community College's women's and men's soccer teams swept Copiah-Lincoln in MACJC South Division action here Thursday before falling to Mississippi College in Clinton on Saturday for their first losses of the 2012 season. Against ...more

Monday, Sep 17, 2012
Wildcats prep for rebound into the victory column against winless non-division foe Coahoma
River tackles Tigers for first time since 2007 after falling to rival Jones County in South Division opener

POPLARVILLE - The Pearl River Wildcats take on Coahoma for the 17th time in history Thursday when the winless Tigers visit Dobie Holden Stadium for a 7 p.m. MACJC non-division football battle. And quite unexpectedly, The River enters Week 3 of the 2012 se ...more

Monday, Sep 17, 2012
Jones hangs on to drop River 39-34 in 82nd 'Cat Fight
Bobcats' 21 unanswered points in third spells doom for Wildcats

POPLARVILLE - Jones County scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter here Thursday in the 82nd-annual 'Cat Fight, which proved to be lethal for Pearl River, as the visiting Bobcats hung on to take a 39-34 victory in the MACJC South Division opener ...more

Thursday, Sep 13, 2012
Pearl River soccer remains unbeaten with South Division shutout sweep over SMCC
Lady Wildcats win 8-0; Wildcats take 7-0 victory

SUMMIT - Pearl River Community College's women's and men's soccer teams remain unbeaten after sweeping MACJC South Division foe Southwest Mississippi here Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats took a dominating 8-0 victory, while the Wildcats were 7-0 winners. Both ...more

Monday, Sep 10, 2012
'Cat Fight hits gridiron for 82nd time Thursday

POPLARVILLE - One of the most storied rivalries in community college football history hits the gridiron for the 82nd time here Thursday when Pearl River hosts Jones County in the renowned 'Cat Fight between the two schools. A 7 p.m. kickoff is set for the ...more

Sunday, Sep 09, 2012
Second-half rally propels River to 44-29 non-division victory over Mississippi Delta
Scrappy, home-standing Trojans hang tough before being outscored 21-7 in second half and Wildcats grab win of 2012

MOORHEAD - Pearl River's Wildcats picked their first football win of the 2012 season here Thursday, putting together a second-half rally that resulted in a 44-29 MACJC non-division victory over still-winless Mississippi Delta. PRCC, which fell to No. 1-ra ...more

Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
River hopes to rebound at Delta after falling to state, national champion East Miss in opener
Wildcats, Trojans seeking first win of year in the teams' first match up since 2007 set Thursday in Moorhead

POPLARVILLE - The Pearl River Wildcat versus Mississippi Delta Trojan Juco football rivalry hits the gridiron for the 45th time this Thursday in Moorhead after both squads suffered road setbacks in their 2012 season openers this past Saturday.PRCC fell 35 ...more

Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
Turnovers spell doom for River in opener at reigning state, national champ East Miss
Lions capitalize on five Wildcat offensive miscues to grab convincing 35-15 home victory in Scooba

SCOOBA - The reigning state and national champion East Mississippi Lions capitalized on five Pearl River Wildcat turnovers and opened their 2012 football season with a 35-15 victory here Saturday in Sullivan-Windham Stadium.No. 1-ranked EMCC, which played ...more

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