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Big men on campus

By Matt Meyer

Ramon Osuna, Ross Grosvenor and Jarrett Hood supply nearly 750 pounds of pure power hitting potency for the Walters State (Tennessee) Community College baseball team. The trio — hitting No. 3,
No. 4, and No. 5 in the Senators ...

JUCO Notebook, May 27, 2015

By Staff

Raiders’ Halstead OK after being hit by pitch Tanner Halstead is OK. Medicated, but OK, and he’s ready to get back on the field. The sophomore catcher for Northwest Florida State College was involved in the scariest play in ...


Wildly effective

By Eden Laase

Seven walks in two innings is generally enough to get a coach fuming and a starting pitcher pulled, but for Bryce Conley, it’s just another day on the mound. Conley pitched five innings for Chattahoochee Valley (Alabama) Community ...


Big Mack

By Dale Shrull

Mack Hathcock cleaned up as the leadoff hitter. The Northwest Florida State College center fielder hit two home runs and drove in three runs Wednesday night to lead the Raiders to a 10-7 win over Walters State (Tennessee) Community College at ...

Halstead pic

Tanner Halstead — scary injury

By Dale Shrull

NW Florida State College catcher Tanner Halstead was hit by a pitch in the head on Tuesday night. He hopeful that he will return soon.  ...


An Earl Weaver

By Tim Harty

Earl Weaver, Iowa Western remembers you. Or, at least Reivers baseball coach Marc Rardin does. The great, gray-haired manager of Major League Baseball’s Baltimore Orioles from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s, Weaver was famous for ...


A windy win

By Patti Arnold

Blow, ye winds of JUCO. And when they blew Tuesday at Suplizio Field, they blew all over the place. Straight in from center field, toward left. Then they’d die for a bit before starting right back up. “From a coaching standpoint ...

JUCO Notes, May 26, 2015

By Staff

Colorado kids enjoy playing at JUCO While playing baseball at ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch, Josh Newell heard about the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series from friends and teammates who had signed with two-year ...


Pitching matters

By Matt Meyer

Two runs allowed in 23 innings. It’s safe to say Northwest Florida State College’s baseball team is on a roll. The Raiders advanced in the winners’ bracket of the Alpine Junior College World Series on Tuesday night, with a ...


Senators start fireworks show

By Dale Shrull

Jake Usher watched two home runs disappear into the Grand Junction night. Then, the Walters State (Tennessee) Community College right-hander took over and led the Senators to a 10-6 win over McLennan (Texas) Community College on Monday at ...

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