The second-ranked JCJC Bobcats continue their winning streak, paralleling their season goals.
The Bobcats are 6-0, and with a win against Hinds on Thursday, will claim the top spot in the MACJC South Division.
Ray Perkins and his bunch are 4-0 in the division.
With a win tomorrow in Ellisville, the Bobcats would hold the tiebreaker against Co-lin and Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Jones County has been doing well, but Perkins says that his team's success is all part of the plan they set at the beginning of the season.
"I really didn't have any expectations about where we might be aligned with all the other teams," said Perkins. "We just set some goals early in August and what we thought were realistic goals, and that's where we are."