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6/8 Madrid Tourney

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Woodward Academy W 16-1 (4) (5-4)

               Struggling Woodward Academy was the Jaguars first opponent in the annual weekend tourney for the Jaguars.  The Knights of Woodward Academy had struggled as of late and the Jaguars took full advantage in the second inning scoring 10 runs in the second inning and 5 in the following inning.  It was Sam Hanson’s day as he was both pitcher and offensive MVP.  Sam threw four strong innings against an okay hitting Woodward Academy team, allowing only one hit, one unearned run, and striking out six batters.  Offensively it was Sam again hitting 2 triples and scoring three runners who were on base.  Sam was not the only Jaguar doing his job offensively as Kolson Kruse was 2 for 3 with a double and a triple which scored two runners. Other Jaguars recording multiple hits included Quinton Clancy (2) and Colton Kamp (2).  Other Jaguars who had one hit included Coledon Bethel, Jackson Housken, and Jacob Slininger.  It was a great opportunity for future varsity guys to get some playing time as well with Caden Larson, Hunter Sorenson, Carson Lambert, Chase Kamp, and Parker Garica getting some Varsity action.  Most of who hit and got to play the field, Parker Garcia made the final out with a nice grab at first base to secure the 15 run mercy rule with runners on 3rd and 2nd.   A good game for the Jaguars handling their business and getting a much needed win after losing their last two

Madrid L 0-9 (5-5)

               After a long three hour wait for the consolation game to finish, the Jaguars finally took the field for the championship game of the Madrid Tourney vs. the home team Madrid.  Jaguars sent out Quinton Clancy on the mound who ended up pitching two innings, only giving up 5 hits but also giving up 5 walks gave Madrid a comfortable 7 to 0 lead over the slow starting Jaguars.  The Jaguars however did find a spark from Sophomore pitcher Rhett Grandfield who came in and threw very well in his first Varsity pitching appearance.  Rhett threw four innings allowing four hits and two earned runs.  The Jaguar defense also played well behind Rhett making the plays they needed to make.  It was a pitching performance the Jaguars liked seeing and the defense the Jaguars need to play to win more ball games.  Hitting for the Jaguars was quiet on the day.  The pitcher for the Madrid Tigers had the game of his life throwing the atypical game according to his coach and teammates. Their pitcher threw a no hitter against the Jaguars who only accrued two walks in the game. A quick weekend brings another week of conference games with 4 total conference games in the busy next week.

1st Pitch honorees Week of June 10th-14th

Monday: Pam McBride

Tuesday: Jarrett Loseke

Friday: Nolan Johnson

 

 

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