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2015 PRCC Baseball Team Features Lot Of Experience
Release Date:11/25/2014
Pearl River Community College

POPLARVILLE – Pearl River Community College baseball coach Josh Hoffpauir speaks optimistically about his 2015 Wildcat baseball team following six weeks of fall workouts.

The reason: “We have a good group of sophomores, guys with valuable experience,” said Hoffpauir. “The leadership of this club will be our strength.”

That sophomore leadership was made apparent recently when three Wildcat players signed Division I scholarships.

Jacob Taylor, a 6-foot-3, 215-pound right-handed pitcher from Picayune, signed with LSU. Tracy Hadley, a 6-foot, 170-pound shortstop from Pascagoula, signed with the University of Southern Mississippi. Derrick Mount, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound infielder and left-handed pitcher from Harrison Central, signed with Southeastern Louisiana.

Those three were part of the reason the 2014 Wildcats finished with a 27-22 record, good for third in the MACJC South Division.

Those, along with departing sophomores Jake Brumfield (Delta State signee), Brandon Pennington (West Alabama signee), Colton Lee (Louisiana-Lafayette signee), Dee Brown (Grambling signee) and Nate Pugh (Louisiana Monroe signee), helped the team make the state playoffs.

“Third place was not our goal last year, but we started seven freshmen most of the time and it showed,” said Hoffpauir. “We took a few punches at times, but at the same time, it gave us some valuable experience for this coming year.”

Taylor gives PRCC an established ace pitcher for this season. He sported a 3-1 win-loss record last season with two saves, a 3.14 earned run average, and 33 strikeouts in 28 innings pitched. Last season, Taylor was the every-day starter at third base.

Said Hoffpauir, “Jacob has the potential to be the most talented arm in this league. He could wind up being a high draft pick. He’s going to have to carry a big load for us.”

Sophomore right hander Allen Cowart of Pascagoula had a good fall for the Wildcats, as did redshirt freshman Brandon Brown of Boise, Idaho. Sophomores Carlos Lott of Pascagoula and Trey Grice of Forrest County AHS should provide additional support. Mount will also be the closer.

“Behind Jacob, and the other sophomores, we have a good group of talented young players,” said Hoffpauir. “It makes for a great foundation for next year. We need some of them to step up this year.”

That list includes John Carter Sanner of Oak Grove, Reagan Wease of Harrison Central, Zachary Boone of Columbia, Jordan Hayes of Taylorsville, Brock Roberts of Bogue Chitto and Blake Pugh from Waynesboro.

Sophomore Kreg Garner of Northwest Rankin, last year’s every-day starter, returns at catcher. He led the team in home runs with five. Behind him will be freshmen Brody Bray of Taylorsville and Carter Hankins of Forrest County AHS. “They will both be major contributors,” said Hoffpauir.

Sophomore Garren Berry of Petal and all-state freshman Gage Teer of Brandon are competing at first base. Mount is at second and Hadley, who hit .316, drove in 19 runs, and stole 10 bases last season, is the shortstop.

Jordan Mullis, a transfer from Jacksonville (Fla.) University, and Tamaz Conerly, an all-state freshman from Columbia are competing at third base.

Returnees Jalen Haskin of Oak Grove and Adam Smith of Pascagoula lead the corps of outfielders, along with freshmen Ryan Wesson of Ridgeland and Seth Farmer of Loyd Star.

Added Hoffpauir, “Offensively, we can be versatile. We have guys who can hit the long ball. Top to bottom, we have a chance to be the best lineup we have ever had.”

When the Wildcats open the 2015 season at home Feb. 12 against Alabama Southern, a new MACJC statewide scheduling format will be in place now that Meridian Community College has joined the league, giving it 15 members. PRCC will play all 14 schools in one home or away doubleheader – a total of 28 division games.

“Everybody plays everybody one time,” said Hoffpauir. Eight teams will make the playoffs, the top four seeds hosting the lower four seeds in a play-in best two-of-three series. The conference leader after those series will host the state tournament.



FAST FACTS

-Coach Hoffpauir is beginning his fifth season at PRCC. His overall record: 120-76.

-Assistant coaches for the Wildcats are former PRCC pitching star Kyle Lindsey, Glennie Thompson and Kyle Dolan. The manager is Keith Stanley.

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MACJC Players Of The Week - Week Three
Release Date: 11/25/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on their selections as the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) Players of the Week for the third week of the 2014-15 basketball season. These individuals are now nominated for national honors by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

Women: Taylor Baudoin – Freshman – Forward – Jones County

The 6-foot freshman forward from New Hope High School nearly had a ‘triple-double’. Baudoin had 17 points, 16 rebounds and 9 steals as the Lady Bobcats whipped East Mississippi, 90-64, to improve to 4-1 on the season. She also had 3 assists and 2 blocks. Baudoin was 8-of-17 from the field, 0-of-1 from beyond the 3-point line and 1-of-4 from the free throw line.

VOTES: Baudoin 3, Lytle 1, Banks 1, Ja. Allen 1, Harris 1, Je. Allen 1, Gilbert 1

Men: Ashton Woodson – Sophomore – Guard - Northwest

Woodson averaged 19 points, 4 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.5 steals in a 1-1 week for the Rangers at the Southwest Coca-Cola Classic. Woodson shot 62 percent (13 for 21) from the floor and 62 percent (8 for 13) from 3-point range. He scored a career-high 26 points on 10 of 14 shooting in an 84-76 loss to Southwest.

VOTES: Woodson 4, Wooten 2, Davis 2, Macon 1

Previous MACJC Player of the Week Winners

Week Two

Women: Jayla Chills, Itawamba

Men: Daryl Macon, Holmes

Week One

Women: Aushiana Ivy, Northeast

Men: Daryl Macon, Holmes


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JCJC’s Baudoin Named MACJC Women’s Player Of The Week
Release Date: 11/25/2014
Jones County Junior College

ELLISVILLE – Jones County Junior College’s Taylor Baudoin has been named the MACJC Women’s Basketball Player of the Week.

Baudoin, a 6-foot freshman forward from New Hope High School, had a sensational game in JCJC’s 90-64 victory over East Mississippi last week.

The Columbus native nearly had a ‘triple-double’ as she had 17 points, 16 rebounds and 9 steals in the game. She also had 3 assists and 2 blocked shots. Baudoin was 8-of-17 from the floor, 0-of-1 from beyond the 3-point line and was 1-of-4 from the foul line.

The Lady Bobcats, 5-1, return to A.B. Howard Gymnasium for a 5:30 p.m. game on Monday. The men’s game follows at 7:30 p.m. Both games will air on www.jcjc.tv.

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ANNUAL MACJC ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC TO FEATURE INTERESTING TWIST
Release Date: 11/24/2014
Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss. – The Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) All-Star Football Classic will feature a slight alteration for the second straight year.

The 41st edition of the event returns to the Northeast Mississippi Community College campus on Thursday, December 4. A 1 p.m. kickoff is scheduled at Tiger Stadium.

Northeast has welcomed the MACJC's top pigskin stars for the past 28 years dating back to the mid-1980s. This is the second consecutive season during that span in which the contest has been moved from its usual Saturday afternoon slot.

“We are extremely honored and proud to once again serve as the host for this annual game,” said Northeast athletic director David Robbins. “It is something that we look forward because we feel it is a fantastic way to recognize a special group of student-athletes from all over the state.”

Sophomores from each of the MACJC’s 14 football playing institutions are eligible to participate in this yearly tradition. Thirty-three men comprise both the North and South rosters with each college contributing three athletes.

The all-star coaches select the remainder of the roster, but no more than eight players from one school are allowed.

Both units are slated to report to Booneville on Tuesday, December 2 at noon. The gridiron standouts will have three practices before the contest, one session on Tuesday while teams double up on Wednesday.

Southwest Mississippi Community College's Tucker Peavey will direct the South squad while Jeff Koonz of Holmes Community College is in charge of the North. However, the remaining head coaches from every two-year establishment in the Magnolia State will serve as their assistants for the first time in the rich history of this game.

The MACJC All-Star Football Classic has been a springboard to the next level since its inception. Numerous athletes from previous matchups have signed scholarships at four-year universities in NCAA Divisions I, II and NAIA.

The practice sessions allow coaches from across the nation to visit one location and scout the best talent that each MACJC member has to offer.

A full roster for the 2014 MACJC All-Star Football Classic has not been set and will be released at a later date. The South leads the all-time series 20-18-1 following a tight 6-3 decision last season.

The game will also be televised live for the first time in its history on NEMCCTV. The pregame show starts at approximately 12:45 p.m. with The Voice of the Tigers Jeremy Kennedy on the call.


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Hinds CC Golf Releases 2015 Schedule
Release Date: 11/20/2014
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – Hinds Community College head golf coach Ernie Rogers recently announced his 2015 tournament event schedule.

The Eagles will play five regular season events starting on Saturday, Feb. 7 at Wolf Hollow Golf Club in Wesson.

Hinds will then host day one of the next event on February 28 at Eagle Ridge Golf Course in Raymond before heading to Wesson for the second day of the team’s second tournament event on March 1.

Rogers' crew will head into postseason play after the five statewide events, heading to Lion Hills Golf Course in Columbus for the annual Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) state tournament on April 18-19.

Seeding in the state tournament will determine regional and national tournament standings.

The Region XXIII tournament will be played on April 26-27 at the Laurel Country Club in Laurel, while the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national tournament will be played at the Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro, Ala., on May 17-22.

For more on Hinds golf and to view the complete 2015 schedule go to www.hindsccsports.com.


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Hinds CC Student-athletes Named To Who’s Who
Release Date: 11/12/2014
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – A number of Hinds Community College student-athletes were recently named to Who's Who Among Students in American Community and Junior Colleges.

The sophomore students were named to this program due to their achievements in academics and leadership qualities shown throughout their two years in community college.

Each Hinds recipient was recently honored at the annual Who’s Who ceremony on Friday, Nov. 7 in Cain Cochran Hall on the Raymond Campus.

A complete list of Hinds athletes named to Who's Who include:

Baseball

Graham Ahlrich (Madison)Randy Bell (Woodville)Keller Bradford (Raymond)Houston Case (Brookhaven)Andrew Culver (Brookhaven)Matt Jones (Madison)Chase Lunceford (Clinton)Derek Martin (Flora)Roger Murphy (Brandon)Gage Posey (Brookhaven)Austin Sanders (Madison)Casey Sutton (Monroe, La.)Jonathan Washam (Sterlington, La.)

Men’s Basketball

LaDarrius Drain (Yazoo City)Clayton Tate (Terry)Kaleb Williams (Edwards)

Football

Peter Bailey (Kissimmee, Fla.)Joshua Everett (Lauderdale)Jeramey Hill (Vicksburg)Joseph Houston (Pelahatchie)Sky Logan (Natchez)

Golf

Brandon Bain (Raymond)

Men's Soccer

Cody Dwyer (Terry)Andrew Pace (Terry)Borden Wilkins (Byram)

Women's SoccerDarien Ellison (Ocean Springs)Sarah Paullus (Southaven)Softball

Molli Douglass (Clinton)Courtenay Holt (Brandon)Allison Hux (Magee)Bailey Ladner (Gulfport)Alexis Patterson (Vicksburg)

Men’s Tennis

Peter Bethea (Edwards)

Men’s Track and Field

Kyndarious Bates (Tylertown)

Women’s Track and Field

Bre’Ana Ratliff (Leland)

For more on Hinds athletics go to www.hindsccsports.com.


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Armando Barron Named To MACJC All-State Soccer Team
Release Date: 11/20/2014
Northwest Mississippi Community College

JACKSON – Freshman forward Armando Barron of Northwest Community College has been named to the 2014 MACJC All-State Soccer Team, it was recently announced.

Barron (Southaven) tied for the team lead with six goals while leading the team in assists (three), points (15), shots (56) and shots-on-goal (29). His .518 shot-on-goal percentage also ranked fourth on the team.

Barron's lone game-winner of the year came in a 3-0 victory at East Central.

Northwest finished the year 7-9 overall, its first back-to-back seven win seasons in five years.

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Four Lady Rangers Earn Soccer Postseason Accolades
Release Date: 11/20/2014
Northwest Mississippi Community College

JACKSON – Four Northwest Community College women's soccer players have been recognized for their efforts on the field by being named to the MACJC All-State and NJCAA All-Region 23 Teams.

Freshmen Abigail Morales (Olive Branch) and Ashley Nelson (Horn Lake) both earned all-state recognition, while sophomores Breanna Kitchens (South Pontotoc) and Holly Newman (Olive Branch) were named to the all-region team.

Morales scored a team-leading 15 goals and added four assists for a team-best 34 points. She also led the team in shots (69), shots-on-goal (38) and game-winners (five) as a freshman.

A four-time MACJC Goalkeeper of the Week selection, Nelson was 10-4-4 between the posts with a school-record 11 shutouts, 135 saves, 0.58 goals-against-average and .925 saves percentage.

Also an MACJC All-Star Game participant, Kitchens was part of a back line that held opponents to just 15 goals in 15 games with 11 clean sheets this season and 13 total for her career. She played and started in all 33 career games with the Lady Rangers on defense.

Newman, an All-Star Game participant this season and all-state selection as a freshman, scored two goals and added four assists this season to close her career with 10 goals and 12 assists. She played and started in all 33 career games with the Lady Rangers as a forward/midfielder.

Northwest's 10-5-4 finish marks the most wins in a season since 2006, while their 11 shutouts are a new single-season school record. The Lady Rangers also enjoyed their first-ever national ranking at No. 19 during the year.


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PRCC Softball Coach White Pleased With Workouts
Release Date: 11/25/2014
Pearl River Community College

POPLARVILLE – A year ago, Pearl River Community College softball coach Leigh White had a veteran team with 11 sophomores.

As a result, the Lady Wildcats were one of the top teams in the South Division, making the state and regional playoffs and finishing with a 28-20 record. “We were a good team defensively, and we had good pitching and catching,” said White.

Indeed, her 2014 team hit a respectable .289 as a group. The on-base percentage was .354.

Her 2015 team will sport a different look with 11 freshmen and only seven sophomores. “We are young with a lot of freshmen coming in, but we have more speed than we have had in the past,” said White. “We spent a good bit of time this fall working with our slappers and bunters. I am looking forward to getting them on base and moving them around.

“Potentially, we have five or six players who can steal some bases. So we have worked hard on building our team around that speed.”

This fall has not been without its challenges for White, who prepares for her 12th season at PRCC. She missed some of the fall games while receiving chemotherapy treatments and preparing herself for a bone marrow transplant, using her stem cells, scheduled in November at University Medical Center in Jackson. White was diagnosed in 2013 with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She plans to rejoin the team by the end of February.

The Lady Wildcats open the season Feb. 2 at home against Alabama Southern. They also host the Wildcat Invitational Feb. 13-14.

While White deals with her medical condition, the Lady Wildcats have been led by assistant coaches Kim Boutwell and Kirsten Perry. Boutwell played for White at PRCC and has been her assistant for four years now. Perry played her college softball at the University of Southern Mississippi.

“They have done a super job of keeping things afloat when I have been out,” said White.

Gone from last year’s team are all-star players Kelsea Lewis, Heather Boutwell, Kaci Lantrip, Megan Scronce and others. Lewis hit .342 with 4 home runs and 35 runs-batted-in. Lantrip, who made the all-MACJC team, led with 8 home runs, hit .336 with 33 RBIs.

The pitching corps this season will be led by sophomores Rachel Hickman of Poplarville and Danielle Barton of Saucier and freshman Skylar Cook of Prairieville, La., all righthanders. Hickman made the all-Region 23 team last season with a 19-11 record and 2.63 earned-run-average. She also hit .237 with 4 homers and 16 RBIs.

Sophomore Brooke Roberts of Gonzales, La., and freshman Macy Hegwood of Taylorsville are the catchers. Hegwood and freshmen Katie Davis of d’Iberville and Whitney Smith of Saucier share time at third base. Sophomore Hannah Holloway of Petal returns at shortstop and freshman Mary Grace Key of Union is her backup.

Holloway hit .291 last season with 19 RBIs and a .308 on-base percentage.

Sophomore Shannon Buehler of Bay St. Louis has the job at second base with freshman Alyssa Croncich of d’Iberville as her backup. Look for Barton, Cook and freshman Jazmin Thomas of Lawrence County to play first base.

The outfield corps includes sophomores Breanna and Hannah Herndon, twin sisters from Poplarville, and freshmen Shay Rosser of d’Iberville, Moesha Phillips of Oxford, Branda Northrop of Poplarville and Shannon Massey of Senatobia.

“We spent a good bit of time getting them used to our system, as well as putting in our offensive and defensive schemes,” said White. “One of the things about last year was we never really hit as consistently as we should have. That’s why we worked hard on offense this fall.”

Meanwhile, another piece of good news for the Lady Wildcat program centers around an indoor hitting facility. Dirt work has begun and if the weather cooperates, it could be ready for the opening of the 2015 season.

Said White, “It will include a locker room and offices. Those should be ready to go by the next school year. It’s going to be nice. Something we have needed for a long time. We are excited about it.”

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Hinds CC Student-athletes Named To Who’s Who
Release Date: 11/12/2014
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – A number of Hinds Community College student-athletes were recently named to Who's Who Among Students in American Community and Junior Colleges.

The sophomore students were named to this program due to their achievements in academics and leadership qualities shown throughout their two years in community college.

Each Hinds recipient was recently honored at the annual Who’s Who ceremony on Friday, Nov. 7 in Cain Cochran Hall on the Raymond Campus.

A complete list of Hinds athletes named to Who's Who include:

Baseball

Graham Ahlrich (Madison)Randy Bell (Woodville)Keller Bradford (Raymond)Houston Case (Brookhaven)Andrew Culver (Brookhaven)Matt Jones (Madison)Chase Lunceford (Clinton)Derek Martin (Flora)Roger Murphy (Brandon)Gage Posey (Brookhaven)Austin Sanders (Madison)Casey Sutton (Monroe, La.)Jonathan Washam (Sterlington, La.)

Men’s Basketball

LaDarrius Drain (Yazoo City)Clayton Tate (Terry)Kaleb Williams (Edwards)

Football

Peter Bailey (Kissimmee, Fla.)Joshua Everett (Lauderdale)Jeramey Hill (Vicksburg)Joseph Houston (Pelahatchie)Sky Logan (Natchez)

Golf

Brandon Bain (Raymond)

Men's Soccer

Cody Dwyer (Terry)Andrew Pace (Terry)Borden Wilkins (Byram)

Women's SoccerDarien Ellison (Ocean Springs)Sarah Paullus (Southaven)Softball

Molli Douglass (Clinton)Courtenay Holt (Brandon)Allison Hux (Magee)Bailey Ladner (Gulfport)Alexis Patterson (Vicksburg)

Men’s Tennis

Peter Bethea (Edwards)

Men’s Track and Field

Kyndarious Bates (Tylertown)

Women’s Track and Field

Bre’Ana Ratliff (Leland)

For more on Hinds athletics go to www.hindsccsports.com.


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Hinds CC Student-athletes Named To Who’s Who
Release Date: 11/12/2014
Hinds Community College

RAYMOND – A number of Hinds Community College student-athletes were recently named to Who's Who Among Students in American Community and Junior Colleges.

The sophomore students were named to this program due to their achievements in academics and leadership qualities shown throughout their two years in community college.

Each Hinds recipient was recently honored at the annual Who’s Who ceremony on Friday, Nov. 7 in Cain Cochran Hall on the Raymond Campus.

A complete list of Hinds athletes named to Who's Who include:

Baseball

Graham Ahlrich (Madison)Randy Bell (Woodville)Keller Bradford (Raymond)Houston Case (Brookhaven)Andrew Culver (Brookhaven)Matt Jones (Madison)Chase Lunceford (Clinton)Derek Martin (Flora)Roger Murphy (Brandon)Gage Posey (Brookhaven)Austin Sanders (Madison)Casey Sutton (Monroe, La.)Jonathan Washam (Sterlington, La.)

Men’s Basketball

LaDarrius Drain (Yazoo City)Clayton Tate (Terry)Kaleb Williams (Edwards)

Football

Peter Bailey (Kissimmee, Fla.)Joshua Everett (Lauderdale)Jeramey Hill (Vicksburg)Joseph Houston (Pelahatchie)Sky Logan (Natchez)

Golf

Brandon Bain (Raymond)

Men's Soccer

Cody Dwyer (Terry)Andrew Pace (Terry)Borden Wilkins (Byram)

Women's SoccerDarien Ellison (Ocean Springs)Sarah Paullus (Southaven)Softball

Molli Douglass (Clinton)Courtenay Holt (Brandon)Allison Hux (Magee)Bailey Ladner (Gulfport)Alexis Patterson (Vicksburg)

Men’s Tennis

Peter Bethea (Edwards)

Men’s Track and Field

Kyndarious Bates (Tylertown)

Women’s Track and Field

Bre’Ana Ratliff (Leland)

For more on Hinds athletics go to www.hindsccsports.com.



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