Cameron Brown and Keshunti Nichols named Forrest General Wildcats of the Week

Published 4:48 pm Tuesday, December 14, 2021

POPLARVILLE, Miss. — Pearl River basketball standouts Keshunti Nichols (Pearl) and Cameron Brown (Hattiesburg) have been named Forrest General Wildcats of the Week for their performances last week.

Nichols was incredible in Pearl River’s matchups with Hinds, Eastern Florida State and No. 1 Northwest Florida State.

The guard claimed 15 points in the Wildcats matchup with the Eagles. In the Wildcats’ game against Eastern Florida, she scored 14 points on 7-for-10 shooting. She also hauled in seven rebounds, two assists and one steal in the game.

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In the game against Northwest Florida, Nichols added in four rebounds, one steal and one block.

Through 11 games, Nichols paces the Wildcats in points per game and rebounds per game with 8.5 and 5.5, respectively.

In Pearl River’s single game of the Week, Brown turned in his best performance of the season.

In the Wildcats 66-57 victory over Hinds, the 6-foot-3 Brown scored 19 points.

He also grabbed eight boards, two blocks and one assist in the game.

After Pearl River’s first nine games, Brown is second on the team in points per game with 11.6. He’s also in the top five for rebounds, averaging 4.2.

Sept. 7: Diamond Jones (volleyball) and Maddux Francis (men’s soccer)
Sept. 13: Julianah Overstreet (volleyball) and Bryan Whitehead II (football)
Sept. 20: Jessica Harrison (women’s soccer) and Harper Baggett (men’s soccer)
Sept. 27: Sydney Salter (women’s soccer, volleyball) and Gavin Taylor (men’s soccer)
Oct. 4: Sydney Spataro (women’s soccer) and Durron Myers (men’s soccer)
Oct. 11: Leah Draine (volleyball) and Tony Brown (football)
Oct. 18: Diamond Jones (volleyball) and Justin Jefferson (football)
Oct. 25: Aníta Guðmundsdóttir (women’s soccer) and Alex Emery (men’s soccer)
Nov. 2: Bailey Smith (women’s soccer) and Zach Jones (football)
Nov. 8: Bryanna Taylor (women’s basketball) and Ryley Smith (men’s soccer)
Nov. 15: Gabby Collier (women’s basketball) and Cameron Brown (men’s basketball)

All home Pearl River basketball games are livestreamed for free at Fans who have Roku, Amazon Fire or Apple TV devices can also watch the Wildcat broadcasts by downloading the “Pearl River CC” channel from their app stores.

Games can also be heard on WRJW 1320-AM, 106.9 FM and

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