Pearl River baseball and softball standouts named Forrest General Wildcats of the Week
Published 1:08 pm Tuesday, April 12, 2022
POPLARVILLE, Miss. — After a week of great offensive production, Pearl River softball’s Dallyn Nance (Nanih Waiya) and baseball’s Tate Parker (Gulfport; West Harrison) have been named Forrest General Wildcats of the Week.
Nance put on a show at the plate in doubleheaders against No. 2 Copiah-Lincoln and Holmes. She finished the week with a .500 batting average, four doubles, three RBIs, one run and two stolen bases.
In the second game of Pearl River’s doubleheader with Copiah-Lincoln, Nance finished the game 3-for-3 with three doubles.
The freshman has been a threat in the batter’s box all season as she currently holds a .356 batting average with seven doubles, one triple, one homer and 13 RBIs.
Tate Parker had one of the most dominant performances of his Pearl River career last week in doubleheaders against Copiah-Lincoln and Holmes. Through the four games, he held an .800 batting average with three homers, one double, eight RBIs, nine runs scored and five walks. He also stole four bases.
In the first game of PRCC’s doubleheader against Holmes, Parker finished 5-for-5 with three home runs and five RBIs.
The reigning MACCC Player of the Year and NJCAA First Team All-American is having another impressive season in the 2021-22 campaign. In 32 games, he has a .475 average, .529 on-base percentage and .907 slugging percentage. He has collected 45 RBIs, 13 homers, six doubles, three triples, 11 walks and 13 stolen bases.
Baseball returns to action tomorrow in an important matchup with Hinds. The games are set to get underway at 3 p.m.
Softball hits the road tomorrow to take on Hinds. The games have been moved up to 12/2 p.m. due to expected inclement weather and can be viewed at HindsCCSports.net.
All home Pearl River baseball games are livestreamed for free at PRCCMedia.com. 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 WRJWRadio.com.
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)
Dec. 14: Keshunti Nichols (women’s basketball) and Cameron Brown (men’s basketball)
Jan. 10: Dylan Brumfield (men’s basketball)
Jan. 17: Marcavia Shavers (women’s basketball) and Jaronn Wilkens (men’s basketball)
Jan. 24: Tristen Washington (women’s basketball) and Earl Smith, Jr (men’s basketball)
Jan. 31: Tristen Washington (women’s basketball) and J.D. Allen (men’s basketball)
Feb. 7: Keshunti Nichols (women’s basketball) and Ankerion Gross (men’s basketball)
Feb. 14: Brinson Anne Rogers (softball) and D.K. Donaldson (baseball)
Feb. 21: Brinson Anne Rogers (softball) and Tate Parker (baseball)
Feb. 28: Hannah Miller (softball) and Leif Moore (baseball)
March 7: Brandy Scott (women’s basketball) and Jaronn Wilkens (men’s basketball)
March 21: Julianah Overstreet (softball) and Dakota Lee (baseball)
March 28: Brinson Anne Rogers (softball) and Tate Parker (baseball)
April 4: Emily Rigney (softball) and Cole Tolbert (baseball)