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5/23 @ SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN W 6-1 (2-1)

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The weather was iffy so the Jags played Varsity first when they traveled to Lytton to take on South Central Calhoun Titans.  The Jags had beaten SCC for the last few years and were hoping to continue that trend.  It was a close ball game all night with the Titans taking a one run lead into the 7th scoring off of a 1st and 3rd situation early in the game.  Senior Coledon Bethel did a good job keeping the fast Titans off the bases and not allowing them to score with opportunities too.  Coledon threw a complete game, 7 inning gem allowing 7 scattered hits, with 1 run, 3 walks and 9 strikeouts.  The Jaguars were quiet all night until the 7th inning where it looked like the Jags had come to their final three outs and then BAM!  An offensive explosion, with Senior Mason Ackerson coming through with a huge hit scoring two runners.  The hits keep coming as Kolson Kruse roped a double over the center fielders head scoring another run.  Colton Kamp and Carson Lambert both did their parts by scoring a hit a piece and scoring runners on those lone hits.  The Jag bats were awakened and pulled off a big time win over a solid Titan baseball team.

               

JV ACTION: SOUTH CENTRAL CALHOUN W 4-0 (2-1)

                The Jag JV team playing after the varsity game came up with a big win for themselves as well.  Junior Quinton Clancy and Rhett Grandfield both threw to combine for the three inning no hitter.  Together they struck out 8 out of 12 batters in the win.  Hunter Sorenson came up huge going 2 for 3, while a lot of walks allowed the Jags to capitalize on runners being on bases.  The other lone hit of the night came off the bat of Freshmen Lucas Jondle in the second inning leading off.

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