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Baseball 6/1 VS St. Edmonds

After the Memorial Day weekend the refreshed Jaguars faced a short but long four day, four
game important stretch for the Jaguars. The Jags had been off to a hot start and continued their trend
being second in the state 2A with Runs scored with a 15-7 win against rival St. Edmonds. Seniors Rhett
Grandfield and Sam Hanson took the pitching duties with Rhett throwing 3.2 innings slightly more than
Sam’s 3.1 innings. Rhett allowed seven runs with only three of them being earned while walking two
and striking out two. After reaching his pitch count, Sam took over in the relief role allowing no earned
runs on one hit and allowing three walks. It was the Jaguars who came out swinging scoring six runs in
the first inning but the Gaels answered with 3 in their own bottom of the inning. It was a back and forth
most of the game as the Jags entered the 5 th inning in a close 8-7 ball game. Rhett and Sam both pitched
well but a few errors and miscues allowed the Gaels to score. A huge 6 th inning saw the Jags score 6 runs
to give a comfortable lead and scoring one lone run in the 7 th gave the Jags the convincing win.
Hit Leader on the night for the Jaguars was Caden Larson who tallied three hits, all singles which
scored one runner from the two spot in the lineup. Kolson Kruse, Drew Corell, Carson Lambert and Sam
Hanson all had solid performances at the plate getting two hits with Sam Hanson recording a double.
Other hits on the night included Lucas Jondle with one hit and three runs. Rhett Grandfield with a
double and plating three RBI’s. Drew Corell also finished with 2 RBI’s on his two hits and coming on
strong at the plate in the last few games. Hunter Sorenson made the most of his one single scoring a
runner on that single. A good offensive performance from the Jaguars was just what they needed as the
pesky Gaels hung in most of the game but it was the Jaguars who overcame and in the end finished their
busy week with a huge win.

JV: ACTION – 5-9 L (1-2)
A tough first inning for the Jaguars was all St. Eds JV needed to get the win. After having to
replace their catcher, Ethan Peed stepped into the gear with limited experience and gave an admirable
effort but the Gaels took advantage scoring seven runs in the first inning off a few errors and miscues.
Kaden Holder and Carl Berglund both worked off the mound, with both doing good things but not
getting much support from their defense. The Jaguars did show signs of life in the third inning as they
scored five times with a huge inside the park homerun from Justin Loseke followed by a single by Kaleb
Monroe who eventually scored from an RBI single from Ethan Ackerson. Kaden Holder and Maverick
Dorman also reached on base and eventually scored after errors from the Gaels shortstop.

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