JCJC downs number one seed to advance in MACJC tournament - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

JCJC downs number one seed to advance in MACJC tournament

POPLARVILLE, MS (WDAM) -

Caitlyn Spane scored 20 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and the Jones County Junior College women's basketball team upset number one seeded 77-50 in the MACJC tournament on Monday afternoon.

Northwest Mississippi Community College never lead in the second half, and only managed to close the gap to 46-41 with 10:43 left before the Bobcats went on a 12-1 run, and outscored the Lady Rangers 17-8 the rest of the contest.

JCJC advances to play Northeast Mississippi Community College on Wednesday at 1:00 pm. Northeast came back to beat Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College 68-66 in overtime.

Copyright WDAM 2013. All Rights Reserved.

  • Local NewsLOCALMore>>

  • Kroger's plan to end hunger

    Kroger's plan to end hunger

  • Dozens of endangered tortoises released at Camp Shelby

    Dozens of endangered tortoises released at Camp Shelby

  • Murder victim's mother reacts to guilty verdict

    Murder victim's mother reacts to guilty verdict

    Wednesday, September 20 2017 7:15 PM EDT2017-09-20 23:15:26 GMT
    Judy Phillips Source: WDAMJudy Phillips Source: WDAM

    The mother of Larry Keith Phillips spoke out about the guilty verdict in the murder of her 45-year-old son.   Phillips was murdered in 2016 after being hit by a car driven by Melissa Dawn Cruz. On Tuesday, a Forrest County Jury found Cruz guilty of first degree murder and sentenced her to life in prison.  Phillips' mother, Judy Phillips, said she felt "that my son got justice. The family got justice." Her son worked as a security systems specialis...

    More >>

    The mother of Larry Keith Phillips spoke out about the guilty verdict in the murder of her 45-year-old son.   Phillips was murdered in 2016 after being hit by a car driven by Melissa Dawn Cruz. On Tuesday, a Forrest County Jury found Cruz guilty of first degree murder and sentenced her to life in prison.  Phillips' mother, Judy Phillips, said she felt "that my son got justice. The family got justice." Her son worked as a security systems specialis...

    More >>
Powered by Frankly