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SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Bus Bergman’s contribution to sports remembered in many ways

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Walter “Bus” Bergman’s legacy is entrenched on the Mesa State College campus. The athletic fields behind the Maverick Center are named for the longtime football and baseball coach, who was in the original group of men who ...

Hutchinson (Kan.) CC outfielder remembered for his work ethic

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Sean Banks, an outfielder for the Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College baseball team, was killed last week when a grain elevator collapsed in his hometown of Russell, Kan. Banks didn’t get into a game earlier this month during the Alpine ...

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Rardin, Reivers enjoy trip home after title win

By Patrick Bahr

Iowa Western Community College coach Marc Rardin found the most enjoyable way to travel from Grand Junction to Council Bluffs, Iowa. It wasn’t the trip in 2007 and 2009, when Rardin left the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series after ...

Coyotes, Gators lead in JUCO draftees

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San Jacinto (Texas) College-North and the College of Southern Nevada were the top two ranked teams going into the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series last week. Although neither school won the National Junior College Athletic Association ...

JUCO World Series score, June 5, 2010

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Iowa Western 5, San Jacinto 4 Game 19 San Jacinto (AB-R-H-BI) Higgins cf 4-1-2-0, Fontnow dh 5-1-2-1, Ry Hornback c 4-1-0-0, Hawkins 5-0-1-2, Ri Hornback rf 4-1-3-0, Burnaman ss 3-0-0-1, Florack lf 4-0-1-0, Benson 2b 4-0-1-0, Rodriguez, 3b ...

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Reivers reign: Iowa Western wins first JUCO World Series in fourth straight appearance

By Patti Arnold

Yes, it’s Iowa. No team from the Northern District had ever won the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Not until Saturday night, that is. Iowa Western Community College, in dramatic fashion, scored two runs in the bottom of the ...

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Stars shine at Suplizio: Bemboom makes name for himself as one of four Reivers selected to All-Tourn

By Scott Schlaufman

When it came to catchers in this year’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, there was no bigger name than Southern Nevada’s Bryce Harper. But as Harper was making headlines nationwide, Iowa Western’s Anthony Bemboom was ...

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Iowa Western’s Hartle selected World Series MVP

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It took Ivan Hartle a little bit longer to leave Suplizio Field on Saturday night. The Iowa Western Community College sophomore had his hands full with one trophy in one hand, a second trophy in the other hand, a third trophy still in the box ...

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Go-to guy finishes what he started: Iowa Western’s Taylor Eikenberry seals program’s first national

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A few months ago, Taylor Eikenberry wasn’t sure what he could do on the mound for the Iowa Western Community College baseball team. It turns out, a lot. The freshman left-hander from Sterling, Ill., not only returned from Tommy John ...

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Gators fall in bid for sixth title

By Patrick Bahr

For San Jacinto (Texas) College-North, it was another year, and another disappointment. Saturday night at Suplizio Field, San Jacinto was one win away from its first Alpine Bank Junior College World Series in 20 years, which would have been ...

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