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Rardin excited about Reivers’ future

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For a while this season, it looked as if Iowa Western Community College would not be returning to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series for the first time since 2006. The Reivers, who had only a handful of returning players from their ...

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Bridget’s big day: Miller makes practice perfect in singing national anthem at JUCO

By Daniel Humphries

When 9-year-old Bridget Miller was selected to sing the national anthem for Sunday morning’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series game, she knew she was going to need a little help memorizing the words, so she turned to her ...

JUCO World Series scores, June 2, 2011

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Navarro 9, Iowa Western 5 Game 16 Iowa Western (AB-R-H-BI) Mitch Warne cf 3-1-0-1, Levi Meyer c 4-1-1-0, John Mulgrue ph 1-0-0-0, Tanner Moore lf 4-0-0-1, Kevin Starr 1b 4-1-1-0, Damek Tomscha 3b 4-2-2-0, Miek Wieland dh 3-0-1-1, Chris ...

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Dog bite: Navarro eliminates Iowa Western to earn spot in national title game

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Game 16 might be the toughest game to win in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, especially for the team that lost Game 15. “I’m more proud of them for today’s game than I was in the regional championship game, ...

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Versatility: From playing field to pitching, players show off their abilities

By Patrick Bahr

Adam LaRoche made a name for himself at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series with the ability to play multiple positions. In 2000, LaRoche, playing for Seminole State (Okla.), made the all-tournament team as a pitcher and an infielder, ...

JUCO Notebook: Bats playing role in fewer HRs

By Staff

Bats playing role in fewer HRs The lower exit-speed bats being used this season have affected the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The bats perform more like wood bats and most of the power is gone. In hitter-friendly Suplizio ...

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Extra effort: Central Arizona’s ability to take the extra base leads to win

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Central Arizona calls it robbing a bag. The Vaqueros are good at it, taking an extra base whenever possible and putting loads of pressure on the defense. “We kind of look for the middle guys to put their head down and when they do, ...

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A.J. is all right: Iowa Western’s Gaura shuts down Chipola

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A.J. Gaura knew he didn’t have his best stuff, but he figured he’d give it his best shot. It turned out the Iowa Western Community College freshman had pretty good stuff left on three days’ rest. Gaura pitched a shutout ...

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Brotherly love: J.K. and Alan Filauro enjoying time together at Potomac

By Scott Schlaufman

When Alan Filauro tries to throw a runner out at second, it helps throwing to someone he knows pretty well. The Potomac State (W.Va.) College catcher is throwing to his older brother, J.K., the Catamounts’ second ...

Wooten’s relief effort key part of Vaqueros’ victory

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Eric Wooten loves to pitch when the game’s on the line. The Central Arizona College sophomore proved it Wednesday night, limiting Navarro (Texas) College to one run in four innings of relief as the Vaqueros rallied for an 11-8 win in ...

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