ELLISVILLE –The Jones County Junior College women's tennis team is ranked No. 21 in the final Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) poll.
Individually, JCJC's Alicia Domoney was rated No. 14 and Stephanie Smith was rated No. 44 in singles. Domoney and Smith were ranked No. 26 in doubles. Domoney is from Capetown, South Africa, and Smith, a Belhaven University signee, is from West Jones.
Head coach Mark Easley's Lady Bobcats tied for the 19th in the NJCAA Division I National Tournament in Tucson, Ariz., in May.
To see the complete ratings, go to www.itatennis.com
ELLISVILLE – Petal High School golf standout Carlton Reid signed a scholarship with Jones County Junior College here Tuesday afternoon.
Reid said signing with the Bobcats was an easy choice, thanks to the fact that JCJC golf coach Jeff Jennings has been teaching him recently.
"Jeff has been my swing coach over the past couple of years," Reid said. "I've gotten to know him well and that helped in making my decision. Jones is a good school, I know a lot of people from Jones and I'm looking forward to being here."
Reid, who plays out of the Hattiesburg Country Club, was named to the Hattiesburg American All-Star Golf Team after his senior year with the Panthers.
The Bobcats are expected to add more golf signees in the near future.