By Curtis Rockwell, Sports Editor
The Picayune Item
Homestanding Pearl River Central swept a pair of varsity games on the hardwood from county rival Poplarville Tuesday night.
The Lady Devils, after beating the Lady Hornets for the first time in eight seasons earlier in the year, pulled off the same feat within six weeks taking a 36-15 win.
Caroline Lumpkin tallied 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to pace PRC, while Jessica Powers added 12 points, five blocks and five rebounds.
Shaneisha Hudderson and Sheena Travis each scored five points for the Lady Hornets.
In the boys game, PRC took a 64-53 win led by Ashton Woodson's game high 30 points. Seth McCoy added nine points and Walker Roberts chipped in eight points to the winning effort.
For Poplarville, Anthony Martin scored 20 points while Alex Travis added 14 points and Rojae Raine chipped in 13 points for the Hornets.
It was the final action for all four teams before they begin play in their respective district tournaments next week.
Also on Tuesday night, Picayune's boys beat Stone County 52-47. Shemar Williams and Donovan Rice each scored 13 points apiece for the Maroon Tide.
The Lady Tide dropped a 59-45 to the Lady Tomcats.
Picayune hosts the Division 8-5A Tournament next week.