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The Gulfport boys let one slip through their hands Tuesday night

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228sports.com – Stan Caldwell – 2023-12-20 11:42:29

SUMMARY: The Admirals a tough against Petal, initially falling behind by 14 points but rallying to by four in the last minute. However, their advantage slipped away due to missed opportunities and successful throws by Petal, leading to a 57-55 defeat for . Gulfport's coach Steve Hesser and player Amir Abdul-Rouf reflected on the loss and the team's performance, acknowledging the impact of turnovers and free throws. Despite impressive play from Abdul-Rouf and teammates Fairley and Gaines, Petal's Ethan Long dominated with 23 points, key plays that secured the win for his team.

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No. 3 Pearl River, Biloxi Shuckers confirm exhibition

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www.prccathletics.com – 228admin – 2024-02-22 23:00:00

SUMMARY: The No. 3 Pearl team is to announce their return to MGM Park in for an exhibition against the Biloxi , the Double-A team of the Milwaukee Brewers, on April 3 at 6:35 p.m. The upcoming game marks the second consecutive year the Wildcats will compete against the Shuckers, offering a unique experience for the players, fans, and the Pearl River community. Last year's game was notable as it was the first time a JUCO program played 's Double-A team. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster or at the Shuckers' box office. Pearl River boasts a strong team performance, while the Shuckers are preparing for their upcoming season.

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11 Hit-By-Pitch Panthers, One Broken Nose Lead Goula To 14-5 Victory Over Moss Point

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228sports.com – Bill Glenn – 2024-02-22 15:10:41

SUMMARY: At Ingalls-Richie Tillman Field, Panthers secured a 14-5 victory over on Wednesday night, in a match notable for its high number of hit-by-pitches, with 11 Panthers players being struck. This occurrence was a first for Panthers' first-year coach Colton Caver. Despite the frequent hit-by-pitches contributing to their win, the Panthers still left a significant number of runners on base, an area Caver noted requires improvement. The competitive pitching, particularly from Moss Point's Kevon Ford, who threw fastballs around 88 mph. Pascagoula's resilience shone, alongside smart baserunning and strategic plays, overcoming early obstacles to clinch the win. The victory adjusted the Panthers' season record to 2-2.

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Pelicans visits Farris Field on Friday

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www.mgcccbulldogs.com – Don Hammack – 2024-02-21 23:00:00

SUMMARY: Mississippi Coast is to play a doubleheader against Nunez at Ken “Curly” Farris Field on Thursday, with the first pitch at 3 p.m. Ticket prices are $7 for adults and $5 for youth if bought online; prices at the gate are $10 and $7 respectively. Tickets can be purchased at the MGCCC Bulldogs' website, where the will also be streamed. Previously, MGCCC won against Southwest Mississippi 9-1 and East Mississippi 11-10, while Nunez split with Copiah-Lincoln, winning 6-0 and losing 6-4. The last encounter saw Gulf Coast sweeping Nunez, with notable players Brandon Cain and Cade Mattison combining for a no-hitter. Future games include matches against Pearl , Jones, and Lansing.

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