PERKINSTON — Mississippi Gulf Coast returns to MACJC action Friday when East Mississippi visits Ken "Curly" Farris Field.
The games will be streamed at https://livestream.com/MGCCCBulldogs/events/8641215.
Thanks to a sweep Tuesday, the Bulldogs again have a chance to get back to .500 at Perk. They are 8-10 on the season. The games conclude a stretch of seven doubleheaders where they played six dates at home.
- MGCCC: 21-11/11-7 MACJC, 5th place in conference
- East Mississippi: 7-23/4-13, 14th place in conference
Last Time Out
- MGCCC broke out the brooms Tuesday and swept Baton Rouge 14-2 and 10-3 at Perk. They were the last non-conference games of the regular-season.
- EMCC split with Coahoma on Tuesday in Scooba, losing one 10-3 game and winning another 10-3 contest.
Mississippi Gulf Coast battered the Lions 14-4 in seven innings and 13-0 in five last April 28 at Scooba. Kole Kittrell (So., Greene County/State Line) threw a no-hitter in the second game.
- Alden Davis (So., Pascagoula/Pascagoula) went 5-for-8 with a double and five RBI against Baton Rouge.
- Miller Hancock (So., East Webster/Maben) has a six-game hitting streak.
- Dee Hawthorne (Fr., Harrison Central/Gulfport) has a four-game hitting streak.
- Wednesday, April 24, at Jones, 3 p.m., Ellisville
- Saturday, April 27, at Northeast, 1 p.m., Booneville
- Tuesdays, April 30, vs. Southwest, 3 p.m., Perkinston
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