Jones, Pearl River Dominate MACCC Baseball and Softball Player of the Week Awards
Credit: Mississippi Association of Community Colleges Conference
Softball Pitcher of the Week
Nia Luckett, Jones College
(So, P/OF – Philadelphia, Miss., 17)
Nia Luckett, a sophomore right-hander from Philadelphia, Miss., went 2-0 for No. 5 Jones College. She pitched 2.0 innings in a 9-4 win over Holmes, allowing 0 runs, 0 hits and notching a strikeout. She pitched 6.0 innings, allowed three runs, four hits and struck out 11 as the Bobcats beat Hinds, 9-3. She pitched 4.0 innings in a 10-0 win over East Mississippi, striking out 11 of the 12 outs she recorded. Luckett allowed just two hits in the game and improved her record to 6-1. Offensively, she also batted .611 during the week (11-for-18) with two doubles, five RBIs, four stolen bases and 13 runs scored.
Softball Player of the Week
CharLee Meadows, Pearl River Community College
(Fr, INF – Piave, Miss., 12)
Freshman CharLee Meadows (Piave; Greene County) was electric for the Wildcats across last week’s doubleheaders against Southwest and Mississippi Delta. The freshman hit .615 with two triples, one double and one homer. She drove in 12 runs and scored five. In a game against Southwest, Meadows finished a single shy of the cycle with seven RBIs in the contest. She also finished the week with a 1.000 fielding percentage, collecting seven putouts and four assists
Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Drew Druckenmiller, Jones College
(So, RHP – Mobile, Ala., 11)
Drew Druckenmiller, a sophomore right-hander from Faith Academy in Mobile, Alabama, had a dominating performance in No. 13 Jones College’s 11-0 win over No. 17 Hinds. Druckenmiller tossed a complete-game, allowing only two hits and posting a career-high 11 strikeouts. He only issued two walks.
Druckenmiller has already signed with Southern Miss.
Baseball Player of the Week
Alex Perry, Pearl River Community College
(So, INF – McComb, Miss., 17)
Sophomore third baseman Alex Perry (McComb; North Pike) was tearing the cover off the ball last week for the No. 2 Pearl River baseball team. The right-handed hitter helped the Wildcats go 4-0 on the week by hitting .583 with three homers, one triple and one double. He also collected 12 RBIs, 11 runs scored, six walks and two stolen bases. He also had a perfect week in the field, holding a 1.000 fielding percentage.