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Special to the Herald
Three Greene County residents are among 57 Pearl River Community College student-athletes recently honored by the MACJC for their work in the classroom this past school year.
The league separates its academic honors into two categories. Distinguished Academic All-State honorees earned at least a 3.8 GPA, while Academic All-State selections earned a GPA of 3.25-3.79.
Former Greene County High School students Peyton Rounsaville and Mary Grace Turner both earned Distinguished Academic All-State honors, while George County High School alum Neely McLeod earned Academic All-State recognition.
Rounsaville will be a sophomore at PRCC this fall and is a member of the PRCC Lady Wildcats soccer team. She is the daughter of Misty Rounsaville and Jared Mixon, both of Leakesville.
Turner and McLeod were sophomores on the PRCC softball team this past year. McLeod is the daughter of Stan and Tammy McLeod, of Winborn Chapel, while Turner is the daughter of Jennifer and Russell Turner, of Leakesville.
All three young women were also named as NJCAA Academic All-Americans. Rounsaville and Turner were second team selections for the NJCAA honor, while McLeod earned Third Team status.