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JCJC Athletics Press Release
– The season ended for the Jones County Junior College Lady Bobcats here
Wednesday afternoon in the opening round of the Region 23 Tournament.
Copiah-Lincoln Community College Lady Wolves took the lead for good with less
than 13 minutes to play and defeated JCJC 63-58 in the A.E. Wood Coliseum on
the campus of Mississippi College.
Lady Bobcats were sluggish offensively, committing 23 turnovers along the way.
They end the season at 19-8.
17-7, advances and will play Baton Rouge Community College (La.) at noon on
Friday in a semifinal matchup. BRCC edged Meridian Community College, 80-79.
Bobcat men's team will open tournament play at noon Thursday vs. Southwest
Mississippi. That game will air on www.jcjc..tv.
Lady Wolves 63, Lady Bobcats 58
started off the game well and took a 13-9 lead with 13:00 left in the first
half when Alyson Johnson scored. They extended the lead to 24-16 with 6:47 left
when Caitlyn Spane hit a 3-pointer from the right wing.
Lady Bobcats took their longest lead of the game at 32-23 with 1:45 left when
Kadie Parker hit a 20-footer. But Co-Lin scored the final six points of the
half and trailed 32-29 at intermission.
went ahead 42-38 with 13:48 to play when Crystal Clay made a free throw. But
the Lady Wolves then went on a 9-0 run and would never trail again. Tyrisha Patterson's
18-footer with 12:40 showing gave Co-Lin the lead for good at 43-42. Another
Patterson basket at 11:45 ended the 9-0 run and made it 47-42.
would take its longest lead of the game at 56-46 with 6:32 to play on another
JCJC went on an 8-0 run and cut the lead to 56-54 with 2:50 left when Chelsea
Phillips scored. After Claresa Banks made two free throws for Co-Lin with 2:31
left, JCJC's Kaylan Hughes scored to make it 58-56 with 2:13 to play.
Minor then scored for Co-Lin and Tyra Gibson added a free throw with 28.3
seconds left to make it 61-56. Hughes then made two free throws with 19.2
seconds remaining to cut the lead to 61-58.
Co-Lin's Keyana Miller would hit two free throws with 7.4 seconds left to seal
had another ‘double-double' for Jones, scoring 23 points and grabbing 11
rebounds. Johnson added 11 points. Spane had nine rebounds, while Latisha
McCullum had three assists for the MACJC champion Lady Bobcats.
had 15 points for Co-Lin, while Miller added 14 and Minor had 10.
63, Jones County 58
(17-7) – Claresa Banks 15, Keyanna Miller 14, Ashley Minor 10, Tyrisha
Patterson 9, Tyra Gibson 7, Kierra Collins 3, Caroline Lumpkin 3, Jessica
COUNTY (19-8) – Kaylan Hughes 23, Alyson Johnson 11, Crystal Clay 7,
Kadie Parker 6, Caitlyn Spane 5, Chelsea Phillps 4, LaTisha McCullum 2,
Precious Jefferson 0, Terrica Williams 0, Starla Daggans 0.
29 34 – 63
32 26 – 58
63, Jones County 58
Rouge CC (La.) 80, Meridian 79
vs. East Mississippi, (n)
vs. Pearl River, (n)
vs. Baton Rouge, noon
Mississippi winner vs. LSU-Eunice/Pearl River, 2 p.m.
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