Junior College World Series

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

The Chipola College (Florida) Indians celebrate Saturday night after winning the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series with a 15-6 victory over San Jacinto College-North (Texas) at Suplizio Field.

Chipola in charge

Indians beat San Jac to win second JUCO World Series championship

Just get to Saturday. Saturday’s our day.
That was the message Chipola College (Florida) coach Jeff Johnson sent to his players on Monday after their first loss in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series.
Just get to Saturday.
Saturday truly was Chipola’s day.


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