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Coach Rardin realizes how special JUCO trip is with his family in tow

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Not many 4-year-olds have a chance to play catch on the field at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series in front of thousands of fans. But to Griffin Rardin and his 10-year-old brother, Tyler, it’s just another day at the ballpark ...

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Cardiac Catamounts eliminate Seward County

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Nate Antone knew he had one more good fastball in him. “My heart was pounding, the adrenaline was flowing,” Antone said Tuesday after striking out Jake Barrios with runners on first and third to preserve Potomac State (W.Va.) ...

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Iowa Western avoids elimination with win over Grayson County

By Scott Schlaufman

For eight innings, Iowa Western Community College could not get the hit it needed against Grayson County (Texas) College’s Zach Good. So you’ll excuse the Reivers if they were happy to see Good head to the dugout Tuesday in the ...

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Starter fluid: Navarro’s solid pitching staff pays dividends in win over Chipola

By Patrick Bahr

Navarro (Texas) College is showcasing the value of a good starting pitcher. For the second consecutive game at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, the Bulldogs got a stellar performance from their starting pitcher. This time, Tyler ...

Alpine Bank Junior College World Series Leaders, Tuesday, May 31

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Leaders Batting average 1. Jorge Flores, Central Arizona .833 2. Adam Lavelle, Iowa Western .667 Garrett Autrey, Navarro .667 4. Zach Markel, Potomac State .636 5. Keenyn Walker, Central Arizona .625 Hits 1. Willy Gustin, Seward ...

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Never walking: Central Arizona’s Keenyn Walker has speed to burn

By Patrick Bahr

Central Arizona College sophomore center fielder Keenyn Walker can’t stand still for long. Walker entered the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series with a .402 batting average, 125 total bases, including eight triples, 86 walks and a ...


Central Arizona pitchers enjoy philanthropy

By Daniel Humphries

Tyler Brady’s face lit up as he was handed the autographed baseball. “Oh my God,” he said happily, much to the delight of the six Central Arizona College baseball players gathered around him. Brady was only one of the eight ...


Coming back: No matter what, Haydens have made JUCO a family reunion

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Todd and Darren Hayden spent Tuesday morning leaning on the fence in the corner by the right-field stands at Suplizio Field, talking baseball. The brothers, who grew up in Grand Junction going to JUCO baseball games, were remembering when ...


JUCO Notebook: Harper cards return to World Series

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Harper cards return to JUCO Last year’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series was notable for the appearance of Bryce Harper, who played for the College of Southern Nevada and was the first pick in the Major League Baseball draft by ...

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Patriotic flare: Memorial Day at JUCO features plenty of American touches

By Scott Schlaufman

Iowa Western Community College pitcher Tyler Ware smiled when he looked around Suplizio Field on Monday afternoon. Patriotism was the theme of the day at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series on Memorial Day. Players warmed up with ...

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