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7/5 Madrid L 2-12 (13-10)

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               Going into the final week of the season the Jaguars had Districts coming up on Saturday so they couldn’t throw many pitchers.  Sophomore Quinton Clancy got the nod on the mound for the Jaguars.  Quinton still new to the pitching rotation threw strikes but with a tight strike zone made it difficult to locate any pitches.  Quinton gave up six hits and nine run, two of which were earned.  Quinton’s kryptonite was walks giving up six of them striking out one batter.  With one strike out the Jag defense was really challenged and made some plays missed some plays.  Junior Max Davis came in to relieve in the 5th inning, allowing three hits, on three runs two of which were earned, a decent effort from Max who just this past season decided to try out pitching and has done well in limited experience.

                Offensively the Jaguars have been struggling as of late Senior Jaxon Myers was not this game going 2 for 3 with 1 Runner scored.  Jackson Housken drove in a run on a sac fly and stole one base, while walking twice.  Other Jaguars recording hits were Tommy Lennon, Isaac Peebler, and Mason Ackerson.  The Jaguar bats still mustered five hits on the game but as all games this year good defense and pitching were the keys to success.  The offense doesn’t have enough firepower to outscore every team.  Especially when the Tigers were pitching their top three pitchers against the Jags, a trend the Jaguars would see Saturday as they play their District game.

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