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JUCO Notebook: Star-Tek employee throws out first pitch after earning opportunity in raffle

By Staff

Normally when companies choose someone to throw out a first pitch at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, they tend to go with a manager or someone of a higher rank. But at Star-Tek, everyone got a shot at the opportunity. The company ...

Hutchinson eliminates Temple in JUCO World Series

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Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College pitcher Daniel Tullos limited Temple (Texas) College to two runs on nine hits to lead Hutchinson to a 4-2 victory in an Alpine Bank Junior College World Series elimination game this afternoon at Suplizio ...

JUCO scores May 31, 2010

By Staff

Temple 8, Chattanooga State 7 Game 8 Chattanooga State (AB-R-H-BI) Gabe Herman cf 5-1-4-2; Michael Maxwell 2b 5-0-1-1; Andy Marinelli c 5-0-3-1; Adam Whitlock 1b 4-0-0-0; Dylan Coleman ss 3-0-1-0; Zach Debord dh 3-2-0-0; Isaac Davenport rf ...

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The other Harper: Bryan Harper shows his stuff in front of big crowd

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The Harper boys grew up playing catch in Las Vegas. Monday afternoon, Bryan and Bryce Harper were playing catch again, this time in front of 9,655 people, a record crowd for the Monday afternoon game in the Alpine Bank Junior College World ...

What a relief: Parrent’s pitching, Cohen’s hitting help Temple stay alive

By Patrick Bahr

Temple (Texas) College pitcher Brandon Parrent made sure he had nothing left in his tank. Parrent pitched in relief Monday for the Leopards for the second straight day, helping Temple earn an 8-7 win over Chattanooga (Tenn.) State Community ...

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Something new: Pena’s new pitch gives Blue Dragons fits in San Jac’s win

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Miguel Pena broke out a new pitch Monday night and it worked to perfection. The San Jacinto (Texas) College freshman threw a slider in a game for the first time and the result was one of the best performance of the Alpine Bank Junior College ...

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Behind the mask: Umpiring is second nature for Cedric Coleman

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Cedric Coleman umpired his first game at the age of 13. Three years later, he worked a senior men’s league game, where the players were at least 11 years his senior. When you tag along with your umpiring father from the time ...

JUCO NOTEBOOK: Fireworks show a technological marvel

By Staff

Fireworks show a technological marvel Monday night’s games concluded with the traditional Memorial Day fireworks display. For nearly 10 minutes after the game, the sky above Suplizio Field was filled with booms, crackles and bright ...

Rawlings’ glove giveaway makes one fan’s day

By Scott Schlaufman

Seth Dunham was already having a good week. Monday, it got even better. Dunham, who has Down syndrome, was helped out in a Challenger game Thursday night by Temple (Texas) College, and over the weekend, the Leopards won two games in the ...

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Gabe of all trades: Weidenaar plays wherever he’s needed for the Coyotes

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Wherever College of Southern Nevada needs him to play, he can pretty much do it. No, it’s not Bryce Harper. It’s Gabe Weidenaar. The sophomore from Bozeman, Mont., can play just about every position. Weidenaar mostly played ...

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