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5/25 West Central Valley W 8-4 (3-2)

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Last home game of a brutal 5 game week came with a home game at Jaguar Field to finish the week off.  A slow start for the Jaguars and a fast one for West Central Valley saw Jaguar fans worrying West Central was going to steal one from the Jags.  Then the 6th inning happened and the Jaguars exploded for seven runs to take the lead for good.  With a 3 -1 ball game going into the 6th the Jags got started with runners on base with Nolan Johnson and Jaxon Myers.  Then a tough groundball at short off the bat of Isaac Peebler sent Nolan home with a head’s up play from Jaxon Myers stealing home as the catcher gathered himself from the play at the plate.  With both runners scoring it started the Jaguars rally.  Mason Ackerson came up big again for the Jags with a huge double which scored Lennon and Peebler to give the Jags an even bigger comfortable lead.  In all the Jags finished with 8 hits, two of those hits were doubles by fore mentioned Mason Ackerson and Coledon Bethel.  Jaxon Myers was the lone Jaguar recording multiple hits with two which included a massive home run bomb in the fourth inning.

Pitching for the Jaguars was Junior Jackson Housken.  Jackson threw well with some early control issues out of the way he threw well the rest of the night.  All together Jackson struck out 8 batters while allowing three earned runs.  Getting up in pitch count, Jackson turned the ball over to Sophomore Quinton Clancy who finished up the seventh inning allowing West Central to cross the plate once but with a 5 run lead the Jags knew the game was in hand.

Jaguar Baseball Week 2 Schedule

5/30 @ Sioux Central (conference)

5/31 Humboldt 4:30 Varsity First – 1st Pitch honoree: Kevin Copper

6/1   Manson NW Webster 4:30 Varsity First – 1st Pitch honoree: Tessa Berg

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