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Wildcats score late to knock off Southwest 2-1

Pearl River Community College showed its mettle when it mattered most Tuesday night against Southwest Mississippi.

Freshman Joe Elliot (Leicester, England) scored from 50 yards away with less than five minutes to play in regulation to give the Wildcats a dramatic 2-1 victory in the South Division contest at the PRCC Sports Complex.

PRCC (4-1 overall, 2-1 division) moved into sole possession of second place in the South with the victory. Southwest (5-2, 1-2) lost its second straight game after a 5-0 start.

Second-half slump dooms Wildcats in loss to Hinds

The Pearl River Community College men let a two-goal halftime lead slip their fingers in a wild 6-4 defeat at the hands of HInds in non-division soccer action Tuesday night at the PRCC Sports Complex.

The Wildcats (4-5) used a three-goal flurry late in the first half to grab a 3-1 halftime lead. But the Eagles dominated the second half, putting in four unanswered goals, then adding a backbreaker seconds after the Wildcats cut the margin to one goal late in the game.

Wildcats down Southwest 2-1 in dramatic fashion

Pearl River Community College needed a little extra time to complete a sweep of Southwest Mississippi in MACJC South Division soccer action Friday night at the PRCC Sports Complex.

Jackson Turner (Leakesville) fired in the game-winning goal four minutes into overtime to power the Wildcats to a dramatic 2-1 victory over the Bears.

Turner helped Pearl River (3-2 overall, 2-1 in division) overcome a 1-0 deficit after Jaime Delor put Southwest (4-2, 1-2) ahead on a penalty kick early in the second half.

Wildcats drop season opener to Itawamba 5-2.

The Pearl River Community College men suffered a 5-2 setback to Itawamba in the 2016 regular-season opener Saturday at the PRCC Sports Complex. 

The Wildcats took an early 1-0 lead at 26:18, when Jackson Turner headed in a corner kick from Junior Sanchez.

It was a costly score, however, as Turner and Itawamba defender Bryce Hunt collided on the play. Both players had to leave the game to receive stitches and did not return.

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