What a finale.

And as it turns out, Game 6 is just as much fun as Game 7 for the Central Arizona Vaqueros, who treat every game as if it's the ultimate game in sports.

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Central Arizona starting pitcher Shane Spencer is taken out of the Saturday's game by coach Anthony Gilich in the seventh inning of the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona coach Anthony Gilich talks with starting pitcher Shande Spencer, right, Saturday night during the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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A trio of Central Arizona players kneel in prayer before Saturday's Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title game.

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Central Arizona's Drew Sommers delivers a pitch during the 2022 JUCO World Series. Sommers was selected in the 11th round of the MLB Draft on Tuesday, going to the Tampa Bay Rays with the 28th pick.

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Central Arizona's Tyrese Johnson sits on the grass at Suplizio Field on Saturday night after the Vaqueros won the 2022 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title with a 4-2 victory over Cowley.

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Central Arizona starting pitcher Shane Spencer delivers a pitch Saturday in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowleyin the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field. Spencer allowed two runs on nine hits to earn the win.

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Central Arizona celebrates with a dogpile Saturday night after winning the 2022 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title.

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A Central Arizona trainer celebrates Saturday night after the Vaqueros won the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title with a 4-2 victory over Cowley at Suplizio Field.

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A trio of Central Arizona players kneel in prayer before Saturday's Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title game.

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Central Arizona’s Chase Valentine cries tears of joy after his team beat Cowley (Kansas) College 4-2 to win the 2022 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title. Vaqueros slugger Kiko Romero, below, was named JUCO MVP.

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Central Arizona gathers in for a pregame huddle Saturday before the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title game.

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Central Arizona's Tyrese Johnson sits on the grass at Suplizio Field on Saturday night after the Vaqueros won the 2022 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title with a 4-2 victory over Cowley.

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Central Arizona's Tyrese Johnson swings a a pitch Saturday in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona's Trey Newman loses his helmet as he rounds third base on his way to scoring Saturday in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona's Chase Valentine lets a pitch go by without swinging Saturday night in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona's Drew Sommers talks with catcher Trey Newman on Saturday in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona's Trey Newman loses his helmet as he rounds third base on his way to scoring Saturday in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona second baseman Ryan Ball prepares to throw the ball to first base Saturday night in the Vaqueros' 4-2 victory over Cowley in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.

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Central Arizona players celebrate Saturday night after beating Cowley 4-2 in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship game at Suplizio Field.