JCJC’s Bobcat Math League: Division leaders emerge in week 4 of competition
Written By: Teresa McCreery
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Date Submitted: 2013-10-24 12:23:55
ELLISVILLE – Division leaders are starting to emerge in week 4 of the JCJC Bobcat Math League with some familiar teams in the lead. In the Einstein Division, Stringer Attendance Center continues to ‘smoke’ their competitors in spectacular fashion. The Red Devils slammed the Taylorsville Tartars, 99-42. Taylorsville is 1-1, in the division. The undefeated Stringer team will face Bay Springs (0-2) next week. The Bulldogs had this week off and will need the extra time to prepare for the perennial champions in week 5 of competition. Quitman, who is 2-1, in the division, took the win from Sylva Bay, who is 1-2, in the division. The Panthers squashed the Saints, 68-24.
Wayne County continues to dominate in the Fibonacci Division as they rocked Richton, 82-51. The Richton Rebels are 1-2, in the division and the War Eagles are undefeated. The Northeast Jones Tigers trampled over the Perry Central Bulldogs for the win, 56-21. The loss moves the Bulldogs to the bottom of the division 0-2, with the 2nd place Tigers who are 2-1, in the division. The South Jones Braves are 1-1, in the division after having the week off and will face Richton in week 5 of competition, who is hungry for a win.
In the Newton Division, the West Jones Mustangs continue as leaders of the division with the win against the Mt. Olive Pirates, 45-27. Mt. Olive is still looking for a win this season at 0-3. Laurel is blowing past its competitors as they beat the Mize Bulldogs, 46-13. Mize is 1-1, in the division and the Tornadoes are 2-1, with the win. Raleigh had a bye week and will face Mt. Olive in week 5 of competition.
The Lawrence County Cougars are on top of the division charts with three wins. They crushed the Collins Tigers, 110-11. Collins will have another tough match next week as they face the PCS Bobcats, who are 2-0 in the Pythagoras Division. Presbyterian Christian edged past the Sacred Heart Crusaders, 77-60 dropping the team to third place in the division with a 1-2 record. The Crusaders will square-off next week against the Seminary Bulldogs who had this week off.
Mallory Vial of PCS continues to dominate with most individual correct-points. Her 85 percent average beat out Lawrence County’s Ben Rushing’s 83 percent average. Stringer’s KeyShawn Kennedy is in third place with an 80 percent accuracy rate and teammate Chris Anderson took fourth place with a 75 percent accuracy average.
MOP LEADERS week 4
Mallory Vial – PCS 85%
Ben Rushing – Lawrence County 83%
KeyShawn Kennedy - Stringer 80%
Chris Anderson – 75%
Week 5 Matches
Sylva Bay @ Taylorsville
Perry Central @ Wayne Co
Richton @ South Jones
Stringer @ Bay Springs
Mize @ West Jones
Mt. Olive @ Raleigh
Collins @ PCS
Sacred Heart @ Seminary
Bye: Laurel, Lawrence County, Northeast Jones, Quitman