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OGDEN 1-3 L  (5-3)

                A new entry into the schedule this year was the Roland Story Tournament.  The beautiful field was the site for the first game between the Ogden Bulldogs and the Jaguars.  Again it was a tale of making the plays as Ogden scored all three runs off a misplayed flyball which came at a perfect time for the bulldogs as they had bases loaded at the time.  The hit scored three runs which was enough in the end for a final score of 1 to 3.  The Jaguars had a couple of chances to score more runs they just couldn’t get that timely hit to score any runners.  The Jaguars made some great plays, mainly getting out of a jam with bases loaded and no outs in the fifth inning.  On the flip side the Jaguars some misjudgments and misplays on hits and on the base paths.  Myles Davis took the mound and kept the bulldogs off the scoreboard until the fourth inning where one hit scored all their runs.  Ryan Gustafson came in and did a great job of relieving Myles.  Ryan pitched two innings giving up no hits and pitching us out of the bases loaded no outs situation in the fifth.

                The Jaguars out hit the bulldogs three to five while again no Jaguar had a multiple hit day.  Ryan Gustafson and Cade King were 1 for 2, with Cade King collecting two stolen bases.  Cam Anderson and Sam Berglund were both 1 for 3 while Dakota Jaeschke collected the other Jaguar hit on the day.


Woodward Academy 13-3 W (6-3)

                After  a tough loss to Ogden the Jaguars got back on track as they handled Woodward Academy with a 13 to 3 rout in the fifth inning.  Leading the Jaguars was Myles Davis going 3 for 3 which included a double and a home run.  On the game Myles had 2 RBI’s and crossing the plate himself once.  Freshmen Jackson Housken had a good game at the plate going 2 for 3 while collecting his first two hits of his young varsity career.  Senior Cameron Anderson also went 2 for 3 not to be outdone by the freshmen.  Rounding out the hits on the game were Nolan Brand and Dakota Jaeschke each having a hit, Dakota had also had an insane five stolen bases on the game while the Jaguars really were running wth a total 13 stolen bases on the game.

                The Jaguars used a trio of Junior pitchers including starter Nolan Brand, Dakota Jaeschke, and finishing the game Sam Berglund.  All three controlled the bats for Woodward and together finished with a 4.20 ERA.


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