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Baseball Headlines
Latest Baseball Story

Wildcats Begin Busy Weekend With Doubleheader Sweep At Alabama Southern
Release Date:2/12/2016
Pearl River Community College

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College began its busiest weekend of the baseball season Thursday afternoon by sweeping a doubleheader against Alabama Southern at Monroeville, Ala.

The Wildcats eased past the Eagles 7-3 in the opener, then rolled to an 11-1 victory in the nightcap.

Gage Teer had a home run and drove in three runs in the first game, and Carter Hankins also went deep for the Wildcats. Jonathan Turner had a double and a single, and Austin Moffett also had a double.

Jordan Hayes (1-1) scattered six hits and struck out seven batters in earning the win. Zachary Easterbrook pitched a 1-2-3 seventh inning in relief.

PRCC (5-1) used a six-run third inning to break open the nightcap in support of starter Zachary Boone (1-0).

Zachary Clark drove in three runs with a homer and two doubles, and Teer also had three RBIs on a double and a single. Lucas Scott had two doubles, Moffett had a triple and a single, and Graham Hackbarth also had a double.

PRCC continues its big weekend at home with a 3 p.m. doubleheader Friday against Southwest Tennessee and a 4 p.m. twin-bill Saturday against Jackson State, Tenn.

Men's Basketball Headlines
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Bulldogs Finish PRCC Sweep, Move Into Second In South
Release Date: 2/12/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast’s huge win over archrival Pearl River meant a lot of things to the Bulldogs.

Most importantly, they swept the season series over the Wildcats and leapfrogged them into second place in the MACJC South. Gulf Coast (17-4, 8-4 South) has the same division record as Pearl River (14-7) and East Central, but has beaten both twice.

“This is huge for us because it kept us in the upper echelon,” Bulldogs coach Wendell Weathers said. “Who knows what this means in the grand scheme of things.

“There’s two games left to play, and we know we have to win them both. And it starts Monday at Hinds, and that won’t be a cakewalk. That won’t be easy.”

Jones County (9-3) won Thursday and is atop the South with two games to play, but Southwest was upset by Copiah-Lincoln to fall to fifth place. The top four teams advance to the state tournament.

Gulf Coast finishes the regular season with games at Hinds on Monday and Sophomore Night in Perkinston against Copiah-Lincoln on Thursday.

The Bulldogs led 21-8 nine minutes into the game and never looked back. Deshawn Jones led Gulf Coast with 21 points.

“There was a lot of energy tonight,” he said. “Everybody wanted to play.”

Davion Cole-Johnson finished with 19 points, and Anfernee Hampton added 17. Tedrian Brisco chipped in 11.

Gulf Coast led 45-27 at halftime, but shot free throws abysmally after that. The Bulldogs made only 9 of 25 from the line, allowing the Wildcats to pull within 10 in the final two minutes.

But they never got any closer.

“I thought our guys played really, really hard,” Weathers said. “They did exactly what we wanted them to do defensively, and they sure as heck rebounded.”

Women's Basketball Headlines
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Lady Bobcats Roll Past Meridian, 85-62
Release Date: 2/12/2016
Jones County Junior College

ELLISVILLE – The Jones County Junior College Lady Bobcats led from the start en route to an 85-62 victory over Meridian Community College here Thursday night at A.B. Howard Gymnasium.

JCJC placed five players in double figures as they improved to 16-5 overall and 9-3 in the MACJC South Division.

Myyah West scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Hanah Lott added 19 points and had six assists. Aliyah Bell and Tatyana Lofton had 11 points each and Ashailee Brailey added 10 points.

The Lady Bobcats scored the first six points of the game and took a 13-4 lead with 6:13 left in the first quarter when West scored. JCJC led 24-16 after the first quarter.

Meridian cut the lead to 24-22 with 8:14 left in the second quarter when Roshonae Rice scored. But the Lady Bobcats held the Lady Eagles scoreless for almost six minutes and took a 36-22 lead when Hanah Lott made an inside shot.

JCJC led 39-28 at halftime.

A Brailey 3-pointer gave JCJC a 43-28 lead with 8:05 left in the third quarter. The Lady Bobcats’ longest lead of the third quarter was 58-38 with 51 seconds left when Patrice Tate scored off an offensive rebound.

The Lady Bobcats were up 58-42 after three quarters.

Meridian’s Kashari Gordon made two free throws to start the fourth quarter to bring the Lady Eagles within 58-44, but that was as close as they would get. JCJC’s longest lead of the evening was 85-60 with 41 seconds left when West scored.

JCJC was 34-of-66 from the field (7-of-13 from 3-point range) for 51.5 percent. The Lady Bobcats were 10-of-17 from the free throw line.

Gordon led Meridian with 17 points. Rice added 14 and Maia McCullum added 13.

The Lady Eagles were 20-of-57 from the field (2-of-16 from 3-point range) for 35 percent. MCC was 20-of-30 from the free throw line.

The Lady Bobcats outrebounded MCC, 47-24.

JCJC is in a three-way tie for second place in the MACJC South Division with Copiah-Lincoln and Southwest Mississippi. East Central leads the division at 11-1.

The Lady Bobcats travel to Southwest Mississippi for a 5:30 p.m. game on Monday. Meridian, 2-18 overall and 1-11 in the division, hosts Copiah-Lincoln on Monday.

Football Headlines
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Northwest Routs Rochester 66-13 In National Title Game
Release Date: 12/8/2015
Northwest Mississippi Community College

BILOXI – Winning the NJCAA Football Championship Game in dominant fashion, No. 1 Northwest Mississippi defeated No. 2 Rochester (Minn.) 66-13 in Sunday's Mississippi Bowl VIII.

Completing 23 of 30 passes on the day, freshman quarterback Gardner Minshew led the Northwest Mississippi offensive onslaught. The Brandon, Mississippi, product threw for 421 yards and five touchdowns in the victory, compiling 302 yards and three scores in the first half alone. Minshew's performance was recognized with the Mississippi Bowl Player of the Year award, an honor that current Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly earned last year while playing at East Mississippi.

Complimenting Minshew's aerial assault was Rangers sophomore running back Justin Crawford who enjoyed a prolific day on the ground. Scoring a 58-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage, Crawford led all ball carriers with 144 yards rushing on 15 carries – averaging 9.6 yards per attempt. The Columbus, Georgia, native scored two rushing touchdowns and added two receptions for 46 yards in the victory.

Northwest Mississippi's receiving corps was led by sophomore Jacob McCrary who hauled in seven catches for 150 yards and two touchdowns. Rangers freshman wide receiver Alex Norwood caught two touchdown passes as well, totaling three receptions for 49 yards. Norwood's fellow freshman wideouts KyKy Austin and Titus Ivory each added a touchdown reception to the performance.

The Rangers accumulated 680 yards offensively – 486 passing and 194 rushing – and were forced into just one punt in the game. Their offensive efficiency was on display all afternoon as they racked up 27 first downs.

Defensively, Northwest Mississippi was led by a game-high seven tackles from sophomore linebacker Malik Hawkins. Freshman defensive lineman Quondarius Qualls tallied two tackles-for-loss, while freshman defensive back Wesley Bush forced Rochester's lone turnover with an interception in the fourth quarter.

As a team, Northwest Mississippi conceded just 250 yards to the Yellowjackets – 100 of which came in the fourth quarter. The Rangers pass rush was in constant pursuit of Rochester sophomore quarterback Nick Rooney who was sacked four times and hit an additional six.

Despite the punishment, Rooney went 26 for 48 passing for 223 yards and added two touchdown passes to his NJCAA single-season record performance in 2015. The Minnetonka, Minnesota, native finished the year with 57 touchdowns through the air, shattering the previous record of 53 thrown by former Ole Miss and East Mississippi quarterback Bo Wallace in 2011.

On the receiving end of both of Rooney's touchdown passes was Jalen Esters who finished with a game-high eight catches for 90 yards. Fellow sophomore wide receiver London Covington added six receptions for 39 yards for the Yellowjackets in the loss.

Following Crawford's opening touchdown, Northwest Mississippi pushed its lead to 14-0 in the first quarter on a 21-yard touchdown pass from Minshew to McCrary. Crawford scored his second touchdown of the afternoon on the opening play of the second quarter, carrying multiple Rochester defenders into the end zone on a 10-yard rush. Minshew would connect with Norwood from 39 yards out and Austin from 18 to push the Rangers' lead to 35-0 heading into the half.

In the third quarter, Rangers sophomore kicker Jim Speights made a 23-yard field goal to improve the advantage to 38-0. Minshew connected with McCrary for another touchdown before the end of the period as the 36-yard touchdown pass extended Northwest Mississippi's lead to 45-0.

Minshew notched his fifth touchdown pass in the opening minute of the fourth quarter to put the Rangers up 52-0. Following a fumbled punt return by Northwest Mississippi, the Yellowjackets finally got on the board with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Rooney to Esters with 12:42 remaining – cutting the deficit to 52-7.

After putting in the second string offense, Northwest Mississippi responded with a 5-yard touchdown run by freshman running back Max Joseph. With 1:30 to go, Rangers freshman quarterback Shea Chism found Norwood in the end zone for a 1-yard touchdown pass and a 66-7. On the final play from scrimmage, Rooney threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Esters for the final score of 66-13.

Finishing the year with an 11-1 record, the Rangers claimed their program's third NJCAA championship and first since 1992. Northwest Mississippi is now 5-4-1 in NJCAA bowl games.

Rochester finished its season at 11-1 as well, having suffered its first defeat of 2015. The Yellowjackets' postseason struggles continued as their record in NJCAA bowl games dropped to 5-19.

Golf Headlines
Latest Golf Story

MGCCC Golf Will Host Fundraising Tournament
Release Date: 2/12/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – The nationally ranked Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College golf team will hold its annual fundraising tournament on March 9.

The event will take place at Pine Burr Country Club in Wiggins with lunch at 11 a.m. and a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Awards will be given for double-low net and double-low gross, with a blind draw for teams after play.

Each golfer will play his or her ball every hold, with a maximum score of double bogey. Golfers will select their own group to play with.

Individuals pay $100 and groups of four can sponsor a tee for $500. Tee sponsorships are $100. If you are unable to attend, you may make a contribution to support the golf team to the MGCCC Foundation by phone at 601-928-6344.

For more information, call 601-928-6344 or 601-528-8952. You can reach Gulf Coast golf coach Tommy Snell at 228-437-1238.

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to

Rodeo Headlines
Latest Rodeo Story

East Mississippi Men’s Rodeo Team Stands 18th Nationally After First-place Finish At Southern Arkansas Event
All-Around Cowboy Marcus Theriot Leads EMCC To Runner-up Finish At West Alabama Rodeo Showdown
East Mississippi Enjoys Team And Individual Rodeo Success During Season-opening Event In Missouri
ICC Announces 2015 Athletic Hall Of Fame Inductees
Holmes Has 16 Players Receive NJCAA Academic Awards
Twenty-Seven Rangers Named MACJC Academic All-State
Bull Rider Winston Cheek Paces East Mississippi To 25th-place Team Finish At College National Finals Rodeo In Wyoming
East Mississippi Trio Set For Participation In College National Finals Rodeo In Casper, Wyo.
Northeast Mourns The Loss Of Pearl River's Mitch Deaver

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East Mississippi Men’s Rodeo Team Stands 18th Nationally After First-place Finish At Southern Arkansas Event
Release Date: 11/10/2015
East Mississippi Community College

MAGNOLIA, Ark. – The East Mississippi Community College men’s rodeo team closed out the fall portion of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association’s Ozark Region schedule in winning fashion by collecting first-place team honors this past weekend at Southern Arkansas University. The three-day rodeo event concluded Saturday night at Story Arena on the SAU campus.

Now ranked 18th nationally with 1,850 total team points, head coach Morgan Goodrich’s EMCC men’s squad edged out host Southern Arkansas by 10 points, 435-425, in the fall finale, while also out-distancing Top 10 nationally ranked foes Tennessee-Martin (370 points) and Missouri Valley College (275).

The victory marked East Mississippi’s sixth overall team win since the program’s inception in 2010. The EMCC men previously claimed first-place team honors in the 2014 Northwest Mississippi Community College event as well as in 2012 at Troy University and in 2010 at the University of West Alabama. The EMCC women captured a pair of team titles during last year’s rodeo campaign at Missouri Valley College and Cossatot Community College.

At Southern Arkansas this past week, East Mississippi benefitted from a 1-2 finish in the tie down roping competition as 2014 National High School Finals Rodeo All-Around Cowboy Marcus Theriot and Cooper Christensen, from North Pontotoc High School, each earned 130 points in the event. The reigning Mississippi High School Rodeo Association Boys All-Around Champion, Theriot also collected 135 points for his second-place finish in the steer wrestling event at SAU. While winning his second men’s all-around individual title of the fall season, the Poplarville native also advanced to Saturday’s team roping finals with partner Lane Mitchell from UT Martin.

Former Kossuth High School product Kody Rinehart also contributed to EMCC’s winning team effort by securing 40 points in the saddle bronc riding competition.

Midway through the 2015-16 rodeo season, the East Mississippi men’s team stands 18th among the NIRA’s national standings and third in the Ozark Region behind second-ranked Tennessee-Martin and No. 5 Missouri Valley College. On the women’s side, EMCC ranks sixth as a team within the Ozark Region with 620 total points. Just 45 points behind fifth-place Three Rivers College in the region, the EMCC women did not score this past week at Southern Arkansas.

Individually for EMCC, Theriot ranks second nationally in the men’s all-around competition with 985 total points. Along with rating as the NIRA’s No. 7 team roping header, Theriot stands eighth nationally in steer wrestling and 14th in tie down roping.

For the East Mississippi women, Katelyn Nicholson, from Lawrence, leads the Ozark Region standings in barrel racing at the midyear mark with 500 points to rank eighth nationally.

Men's Soccer Headlines
Latest Men's Soccer Story

Hinds CC Men’s Soccer To Hold Tryout On February 16
Release Date: 2/10/2016
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – The Hinds Community College men's soccer program will hold a tryout for all interested players on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

The tryout will begin at 6 p.m. at Tom Shepherd Field on the Hinds Community College Raymond Campus.

All participants must bring a valid current physical form with them to the workout, as well as cleats, shin guards, water and for those under the age of 18, a legal guardian.

For more information please call asst. coach Brandon Mitchell at 601.857.3342 or email at

All participants are urged to register online by going to and heading to the men’s soccer page. The form is listed as “2016 Tryout Form” under the Additional Links tab at the top of the page.

Women's Soccer Headlines
Latest Women's Soccer Story

ICC To Host Soccer Tryouts
Release Date: 2/8/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – The Itawamba Community College soccer teams will hold open tryouts for the 2016 season on Sunday, February 21 at the ICC Soccer Complex on the Fulton Campus.

The men’s tryout will be from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. with the women’s tryouts to follow from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Tryouts are open to current ICC students and current unsigned seniors that meet National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) eligibility requirements.

Participants will need to bring an up-to-date physical, cleats, shin guards, and regular athletic shoes in the event of the tryouts being moved indoors due to inclement weather.

For more information on the men’s tryout contact Coach Mike Sullivan at 662-862-8124 or via email at For more information on the women’s tryout contact Coach David Strother at 662-862-8125 or via email at

Softball Headlines
Latest Softball Story

ICC Softball Takes Game 1 Over Calhoun, 9-1
Release Date: 2/12/2016
Itawamba Community College

FULTON, MS – The Itawamba Community College softball team defeated Calhoun (AL) Community College in its first home game of the 2016 season on Thursday.

ICC (3-2) jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning when Kaitlin Bradley (Columbus) drove in Alex Brown (Pontotoc) and later scored on a bases loaded walk issued to Addie Thompson (Hamilton).

Calhoun got a run back in the top of the fourth but the Indians answered with a four runs to pull ahead 6-1 in the bottom half of the inning.

Lane Kennedy (Smithville) drove in Maura Jane Autry (Holly Springs) and later scored on a double by Brown. Brown came around after trading places with Bradley and scored on a double by Mamie Hollenhead (Mathiston).

Thompson added an insurance run with the first home run of the season for the Indians in the fifth before plating Taylor Thornton (Carrollton) and Hollenhead to give the Indians the 9-1 victory in six innings.

ICC strung together 12 hits with five going for doubles and a home run. Hollenhead led the way with a 3-for-4 performance with two doubles, RBI, run scored and a stolen base. Thompson had a season-high four RBI.

Katlin McDuffy (Iuka) gave up one unearned run on one hit with two strikeouts and no walks in six innings of work to improve to 2-0 on the season.

For more information on ICC baseball and the nine other intercollegiate athletic programs, follow ICC Athletics on Twitter (@LetsGoICC) and visit

Tennis Headlines
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Bobcats Fall In Season-opening Tennis Match
Release Date: 2/8/2016
Jones County Junior College

MERIDIAN – The Jones County Junior College men’s tennis team dropped a 6-3 decision to defending NJCAA Division III champion Oxford University of Emory (Georgia) here Saturday afternoon in their season opener.

The Bobcats won two singles points.

JCJC’s Taqel Lewis outlasted Peter Higgins in No. 1 singles, 6-1, 5-7, 10-5. Diego Leal beat Cullin McDonough 6-2, 6-1 in No. 2 singles.

Lewis and Leal teamed to win the No. 1 doubles match over Higgins/McDonough, 8-3.

OUE won the other matches.

Adib Zaida beat Chase Pennington in No. 3 singles, 6-2, 7-6 (7), Michael Pioso downed John Leggett in No. 4 singles, 6-0, 6-1, Shams Sohani defeated Taylor Tamberg in No. 5 singles, 6-2, 6-0 and Andrew Chow beat Josh Hester in No. 6 singles, 6-0, 6-4.

Zaida and Pioso downed Pennington and Luke Armstrong in No. 2 doubles, 8-3. Sohani and Akshay Raghuvam won over Hester and Brandon McCary in No. 3 doubles, 8-1.

In extra singles matches, JCJC’s McCary beat Vignesh Sandaran, 8-1, and Blake Taylor beat Sandaran, 8-0. Armstrong lost to Chase Mahrlig, 8-0, and Peyton Ramsey lost to Mahrlig, 8-3.

In an extra doubles match, Tamberg and Leggett dropped an 8-5 decision to Sandaran and Mahrlig, 8-5.

The Bobcats will host Hinds in their next match at 2 p.m. on Feb. 18.

Track & Field Headlines
Latest Track & Field Story

Hinds CC Track & Field Continues Trend Of High Rankings
Release Date: 2/10/2016
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – The latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) poll was released on Wednesday morning, and once again, the men’s and women’s track and field programs at Hinds Community College were highly ranked.

The men’s program came in at No. 8 in the rankings, while the Lady Eagles were listed at No. 25 in the country.

Reginald Dillon serves as the head coach for both programs.

Each program also had high rankings in the individual categories, with the Eagles continuing to hold top honors in two different categories.

The women’s program had top-10 rankings in two different categories as well.

The top-10 listing as of February 10 are as follows:

Men’s 60-meter dash
1st place - Keitavious Walter (Ruston, La.) - 6.70 seconds

Men’s 200-meter dash
6th place – Correion Mosby (Natchitoches, La.) – 21.46 seconds

Men’s 400-meter dash
5th place – Kaderius Rogers (Canton_ - 48.22 seconds
8th place – Deante’ Early (Baton Rouge, La.) – 48.45 seconds

Men’s 60-meter hurdles
3rd place – Christian Boyd (Stonewall, La.) – 8.06 seconds

Men’s 4x400 meter relay
5th place – Early/Mosby/Rogers/Rock – 3:14.90

Men’s High jump
1st place - Jerin Allen – 7’1”

Women’s 400-meter dash
6th place – Alexis Luckett (Pisgah) – 57.05 seconds

Women’s 4x400 meter relay
8th place –Gatashyka Lyons (Southaven)/Luckett/A’Dreama Johnson (Clinton)/E’Keisha Hollins (Mendenhall) – 3:54.45

For more on Hinds track and field go to

Dance Cheer Headlines
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MGCCC Cheer Flipping To The Competitive Arena
Release Date: 1/22/2016
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

PERKINSTON – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is taking its cheerleading team to the next step, entering the world of competition.

And it is competitive.

“This is like all other competitive sports,” Gulf Coast cheer coach Christy Bowman. “There’s a national championship of cheerleading.”

The school is moving the team into the athletic department to support the squad.

In addition, it is hiring Karlee Nobles as an assistant coach. She will be helping Bowman, who has been the coach of the team for two years.

“I’m extremely excited about this opportunity,” said Nobles, who has been cheer coach at Stone High school and also cheered at Gulf Coast. “I think it’s going to be great for Gulf Coast to make the change to a competitive cheer team. I think Mississippi needs it.”

They will be accelerating the training program beyond the usually two practices per week. There will also be training over the school’s breaks and holidays to stay sharp.

“In the past we didn’t get ready for full competition routines,” Bowman said. “We cheered at football and basketball games and performed at other events on campus. Now we’ll spend the summer and fall getting ready to compete in January at nationals.”

Bowman said she’s seen increased interest in joining the squad since word started spreading of the team’s move to become competitive. Bowman and the team welcome challenges associated with competing, and team members can transition into four-year cheer programs easily with this change since most are competitive squads. The number of Gulf Coast cheerleaders moving on to cheer at four-year universities is expected to increase exponentially due to the requirements associated with a competitive cheer team.

““Making the move to a competitive cheerleading team is a positive for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and our district as a whole,” said Dr. Ladd Taylor, vice president of MGCCC’s Perkinston Campus. “We constantly seek ways to raise the bar and making this change with our cheerleading team does just that.”

For instance, tumbling will be a requirement for the first time at Gulf Coast.

A single tryout date is schedule for April 16, starting at 8 a.m. Tryouts will continue until completion, with a scheduled lunch break. Attire for tryouts should consist of White fitted top (girls), white fitted tees (guys), navy shorts, and preferably cheerleading shoes. No loose-fitting or baggy tops. Game-day ready make-up and hair should be worn, with hair all up with a ribbon/bow and pearl earrings only. No additional jewelry is accepted. Additional information on tryouts can be found at or email the coach at

There are four stunt clinics scheduled, and candidates must attend at least two of them. The clinics will be held at South Elite Cheer Gym (329 First Street N., Wiggins). Each clinic costs $5, payable by cash or check made out to South Elite Cheer.

Potential cheerleaders must print and fill out the release form from South Elite Cheer before the first clinic they attend.

Candidates must meet the following requirements:

Shoulder Stand
Walk in liberty/pop off/full down
An advanced stunt (to show flexibility)

Shoulder stand
Toss hands/press extension/pencil down
An advanced stunt

Tumbling requirement
Standing back handspring or tuck

Tumbling recommended
Running tumbling (minimum round-off back handspring or anything advanced)

For more information on MGCCC’s 10 intercollegiate athletic teams, follow @MGCCCAthletics on Twitter and BulldogLIVE on Facebook, and go to

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