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Gators rely on postseason experience

By Staff

They didn’t need a pep talk. That first-game loss quickly became a distant memory as San Jacinto (Texas) College-North players revisited previous postseason drama and recalled the perseverance that kept its season alive and got it to ...



By Dale Shrull

Games are never won in the first inning. After falling behind 5-0 in the first, Chattahoochee Valley (Alabama) Community College battled back to beat Yavapai (Arizona) College 9-8 in the final first-round game of the Alpine Bank Junior ...


Big-game Highlanders

By Tim Harty

The biggest stage wasn’t too big for McLennan (Texas) Community College pitcher Jack Finnegan, who worked out of several jams to throw seven scoreless innings at Suplizio Field. It wasn’t too big for Highlanders center fielder ...


Nearly complete

By Matt Meyer

Corderias Dorsey begged his coach to let him return to the mound that he’d dominated for eight innings Saturday night at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. “I told him I need my first complete game in the College World ...


Two big innings lift Walters State past Delgado

By Eden Laase

Two contrasting innings were the difference Saturday in Walters State (Tennessee) Community College’s 14-8 win over Delgado (Louisiana) Community College in the first round of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio ...


JUCO notes, May 23, 2015

By Staff

24 years later, another Grudzielanek gets to Grand Junction for JUCO World Series 1995 was a big year for the Grudzielanek family. Mark Grudzielanek made his major-league debut for the Montreal Expos, and back home in Texas, his nephew ...


The end of the beginning

By Dale Shrull

It was not the usual suspects who did the damage for Iowa Western Community College. The No. 1-ranked Reivers returned to Suplizio Field and picked up right where they left off on May 30, 2014. Behind a complete-game performance by Devon ...


‘Appreciate the moments’

By Matt Meyer

Cory Hahn, with a white shirt, black jacket and a narrow black tie, looks like a young, high-flying baseball guy. He looks like he belongs in a Major League Baseball front office. His words exhibit baseball knowledge, and, at 23 years old, ...


Loving the game

By Eden Laase

Babe Ruth steps into the batter’s box and calls his shot. He adjusts his plain black helmet and points his plastic red bat into the outfield, showing his opponents just how far he plans to hit the ball. The batter is Tanner Twiggs, and ...


Giving back

By Dale Shrull

Trey Lange was rolling ground balls and shouting encouragement to every youngster. Enthusiasm could have been his middle name. “Get your glove on the ground, and you put your hand over the top — that’s the top of the ...

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