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Robinson reaches 100-win milestone at JCJC
 February 19, 2013

MERIDIAN – Jones County Junior College Lady Bobcat head coach Chris Robinson reached a milestone here on Monday.

With JCJC’s 2-0 victory in game one, Robinson reached the 100-win plateau early in his fourth year as head coach. The 7th-ranked Lady Bobcats added a 10-0, 5-inning win in game two for good measure.

Robinson now owns a 101-59 record with practically the entire 2013 season remaining. He credits assistant coaches Bob Herrington and Brittany Pigott with playing a major part in the program’s success.

The Lady Bobcats, 6-0, are scheduled to play at Holmes Community College at 3/5 p.m. on Tuesday. Fans can follow the games on GameChanger by going to www.jcjcathletics.com, clicking on “Softball” and then clicking on the “Live Stats” icon.

Meridian hosts East Central on Thursday.

Lady Bobcats 2, Lady Eagles 0

In game one, Michele Hester tossed a 6-hit shutout to lead the Lady Bobcats to a 2-0 decision over MCC. Hester struck out seven, as she improved to 3-0.

The Lady Bobcats scored runs in the third and the fourth innings. They received a double and a single from Makenzie Hawkins, a double from Andi Barrett and singles from C.C. Lawn, Brooke David, Relanda McFarland and Bethany Volking.

Jasmine Cherry started, went the distance and took the loss for MCC. She gave up seven hits and struck out two.

Cherry led the Eagles with two singles, while Jade Osborne, Khadijah Hensen, Maranda Agee and Casey Bolton each had a single.

Lady Bobcats 10, Lady Eagles 0 (5 innings)

Brooke David belted a two-run home run to pace JCJC.

Makenzie Hawkins had two singles and two RBIs, while Relanda McFarland doubled and drove in two runs. Karley Crosby had a double, while Bethany Volking, Reagan Gavin and Angela Land added singles.

Samantha Buller, 2-0, went the distance, allowed just one hit and struck out three to get the win.

JCJC scored two runs in the first, one in the second, three in the fourth and closed it out with four in the fifth.

Jasmine Cherry doubled for MCC’s only hit. Kaitlyn Polk started and took the loss.



























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