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Grand Junction Baseball Inc. makes first payment on stadium upgrade

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The first payment has been made. Grand Junction Baseball Inc., the non-profit organization that runs the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, made its first official payment of $300,000 to the City of Grand Junction on Tuesday night at ...


Trio of JUCO players wins hitting and fielding awards

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Three baseball players from the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series received awards for their play this season. The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced its player of the year, Gold Glove awards and Big Stick ...


JUCO stars continue to get drafted, earn honors

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Two junior college sophomore pitchers had a memorable day Wednesday without stepping foot on a baseball field. Navarro (Texas) College pitcher Tyler Mapes and Grayson County (Texas) College pitcher Steven Okert were drafted by a Major League ...


Grayson County’s Abel Baker drafted by Angels

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Three more players that participated in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series were selected Tuesday in the Major League Baseball draft. Grayson County (Texas) College catcher Abel Baker was selected by the Los Angeles Angels in the ...


Central Arizona’s Walker selected 47th in draft

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Central Arizona College outfielder Keenyn Walker was selected by the Chicago White Sox with the 47th pick in the Major League Baseball Amateur draft Monday night. Walker was the 13th pick in the Compensatory A Round. The compensatory round ...


Vaqueros’ coach Wente serves suspension in loss

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The NJCAA Executive Committee voted Saturday to overturn the suspension of Central Arizona College baseball coach Jon Wente for the championship game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Wente, however, elected to serve the ...


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Flawless defense key in Bulldogs’ title game victory

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All week long, Whoa Dill was a little perplexed about his team’s defense. The club that led the nation in fielding percentage (.975) had made 10 errors in its first five games in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. All that ...


JUCO notebook: Trophies handed out at JUCO

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Trophies handed out at JUCO The awards ceremony after the championship game isn’t just for the winning team. Among the awards are trophies for the first-, second- and third-place teams, participation patches, the Bus Bergman Coach of ...


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Coming up short: Central Arizona’s No. 1 ranking not enough in title game

By Patrick Bahr

It was one of those games you didn’t want to see end. Central Arizona College was on the short end of Navarro (Texas) College’s 6-4, 10-inning thriller, won on J.T. Files’ walk-off home run. “We came this far and we ...


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Files selected Preston Walker Most Valuable Player

By Scott Schlaufman

On the final play of Saturday’s championship game, Navarro (Texas) College catcher J.T. Files opted not to listen to his coach. With Casey Grayson on first and nobody out, Files got a bunt signal from Whoa Dill. Instead, he swung ...


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