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6-14 St. Mary’s W 10-0 (6 innings) (8-6) (5-3)

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6-14 St. Mary’s W 10-0 (6 innings) (8-6) (5-3)

                The Jaguars have had a good week so far having four conference games winning two close games and losing one.  The Jaguars faced off against struggling St. Mary’s winning the game in six innings to a score of 10 to 0.  Pitchers for the Jaguars were Starter Kolson Kruse who because of his outing on Monday was held to 61 pitches on Friday.  Kolson threw four innings, allowing one hit while striking out 8 Panther batters.  Kolson was relieved by Wednesday save guy Rhett Grandfield who threw two innings, allowing one hit and 4 strikeouts.  The young Jaguar pitchers completed the 2 hitter shut out allowing only two walks for the game, one a piece. 

                The Jaguar offense which has been steadily improving all year came to play with the stud of the game being Jackson Housken.  Jackson had a monster day going 3 for 3, with a triple, double, and single which scored the final two runs of the game.   Jackson’s game was just a home run short of the cycle.  Not being outdone, Xavier Nichols was 2 for 3 with an RBI and two stolen bases. While Kolson Kruse, Jacob Slininger, Carson Lambert and Sam Hanson each ended with one run each.  Sam had two stolen bases, while Jacob Slininger’s one hit was a big one which allowed two RBI’s to score.  Following the two trend, Kolson Kruse scored twice while Mason Ackerson did as well and recording two stolen bases.  With two outs in the sixth inning Jackson Housken had a big single which scored pitcher Rhett Grandfield after he walked and then Mason Ackerson from second after he as well walked.  A huge offensive day for the Jaguars is just what they needed as they go into next week with three huge conference games on the schedule.

JV ACTION: 7-3 W (6-4-1)

                Once again JV wins the Varsity wins!  This time it was Freshmen Zack Miller getting the start on the mound.   Zack threw well only throwing three innings due to time limits on the JV game.  Rhett Grandfield had one run, while Hunter Sorenson continued his good performances going 2 for 3 with one run.  Memphis Simpson not to be outdone was 2 for 3 with a run and an RBI.  Freshmen buddies Zack Miller and Caden Larson each earned two walks a piece, while Zane Geis also walked once.  Another big win for the JV team

 

 

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