JUCO

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Iowa Western, Crowder enjoy extra day of preparation

By Scott Schlaufman

Marc Rardin has been to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series before. The coach of Iowa Western Community College, Rardin has led his team to the tournament for four straight years, but this year is a little different for one ...


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What a steal: Running game, timely hits lift Hutchinson to victory

By Patrick Bahr

Jamell Cervantez wasn’t going to let him a little knee pain stop him from running whenever he wanted to. During the first game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio Field, the Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College ...


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Tooting his Horn: Riley Hornback overcomes injury to lead San Jac to win

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Riley Hornback had a little setback a few minutes before the San Jacinto (Texas) College-North baseball team took the field for its opener in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The sophomore outfielder crashed into the fence during ...


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Sunny side up: Sun Chiefs take advantage of Temple’s miscues

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Andrew Prichard saw the ball headed for the gap in right-center and took off. The next thing he knew, he was crossing home plate Saturday afternoon in Game 3 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. “I knew right away it was ...


San Jacinto routs College of Florida

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San Jacinto (Texas) College hit two home runs in the first inning to roll to a 13-5 victory in seven innings over State College of Florida on the first day of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio Field. Riley Hornback hit a ...


Hutchinson defeats Chattanooga State 15-3 in JUCO game 1

By Patrick Bahr

The Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College Blue Dragons put up five runs in the first inning on their way to the 15-3 win over Chattanooga (Tenn.) State Community College. In the first game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, the ...


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Let’s get started: Players enjoy banquet, but ready to get on the field

By Patrick Bahr

It’s hard for the players not to be a little antsy. Friday night at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series annual banquet, the 10 participating teams — along with Hall of Fame inductees and Grand Junction community members ...


Harper is still just a kid

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Bryce Harper still has to take out the trash at home. Projected to be the No. 1 pick in the Major League Baseball Draft two days after the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series ends, Harper just wants to be a kid. He’s the youngest ...


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Ready for the spotlight: Bryce Harper excited to be a part of JUCO

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Bryce Harper and his family made a difficult decision last year, but for the most part, they are happy with how it turned out. The Las Vegas 17-year-old chose to quit high school after his sophomore year, get his General Education Diploma and ...


All JUCO games can be seen live online

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Bill Brownell’s company, Panhandle Sports Broadcasting at http://www.psblive.com, was calling games for local radio stations a few years back. “Then we discovered the Internet,” Brownell said. “We found it allowed us a ...


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