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The Jones College Bobcats have something to prove heading into 2019. The Bobcats posted an impressive 38-11 record, but finished second in the MACJC last season. They were eliminated in the MACJC best-of-3 playoff series by Hinds and did not qualify for the Region 23 Tournament. And they are…

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The MACJC Tournament will be at A.B. Howard Gymnasium on Feb. 25-28. The No. 4 Jones College Lady Bobcats made sure of that by whipping Southwest 90-64 here Thursday night to clinch their third consecutive MACJC South Division title. The division title assures that Jones College will be the …

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BOONEVILLE – The seventh-ranked Jones College Bobcats scored three touchdowns in less than five minutes of the first quarter and went on to defeat Northeast Mississippi 40-27 Thursday night at Tiger Stadium/Bill Ward Field.

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The 13th-ranked Jones College Bobcats will face a major challenge tonight (Thursday).

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CLINTON – The No. 16 Jones College Bobcats overcame a 14-0 deficit and defeated Hinds 28-25 Thursday night at Robinson-Hale Stadium on the campus of Mississippi College.

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It was a frustrating night for the No. 8 Jones Junior College Bobcats Thursday at Bobcat Stadium/Sim Cooley Field.

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The Jones College Bobcats got rolling late in the first quarter and could not be stopped.

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Jones County Junior College baseball will host its annual High School Showcase at noon on Sept. 8 at Community Bank Park. Check-in and registration begins at 11:15 a.m.

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Jones County Junior College football players reported for fall camp on Friday evening.

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Northeast Jones standout Malachi Harrison signed to play soccer for the Jones County Junior College Bobcats. The star soccer player and kicker/safety for the Tigers’ football team is the son of Timothy and Valerie Harrison of the Powers community, who are pictured seated with him. Standing, …