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6/11 MADRID TOURNAMENT

GMG  4-9 L (7-5)

                The week of action for the Jaguars ended with the Madrid Tournament, one of the tournaments the Jaguars usually win.  This was not the case this year as GMG spoiled the Jaguar’s plans.  Pitching was a misfire for the Jaguars as a squad they gave 9 walks which ended with only 2 earned runs for GMG in the first game of the day.  “The walks were killer for us today, it’s the difference between us winning and losing to an opponent we felt we were better than” said Coach Bachel.  Nolan Brand and Ryan Gustafson took the mound for the Jaguars and Ryan threw decent but miscommunication on the defense lead to more walks and more runs for GMG.   The lead was too much for the Jaguars to overcome as GMG’s pitcher did a great job of keeping us off balance and hitting the outside corner.   Leading the bats for the Jaguars were Cade King, Sam Berglund and Ryan Gustafson.  Sam and Ryan both scored runs on their hits while Cade torched the bases with 3 stolen bases.  It was a tough first game to lose especially as the Jaguars lost Nolan Johnson late in the game after being hit by a pitch.  Nolan had been on fire for the Jagas as of late so it was a big loss for the team.

 

                Woodward Academy 7-2 W (8-5)

                Repeating the events of last weekend, the Jaguar’s second game was Woodward Academy who they played just a week ago at the Roland Story Tournament.  This time the Jaguars were struggling to deal with the scorching heat which after just losing a tough one, they had to quickly turn around and come ready to play.  The Jaguars sent out Senior Cade King on the mound who threw 5 innings striking out 8 batters and ending with a 1.40 ERA.  With the hot weather Cade turned the game over to Sam Berglund who came in to throw two solid innings and solidify the win for the Jaguars.   Dakota Jaeschke had a big game busting out of a slump going 2 for 2 with a double and three stolen bases.  Ryan Gustafson was not to be outdone also going 2 for 2 while Cam Anderson had a double to round out the hitting for the Jags.

                It was a very long hot day for the Jaguars who overcome the heat to come away with a win facing less than normal conditions.  The action doesn’t slow up as the Jaguars have four games next week including their game at Principal Park.

 

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