Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Schedule Update - Week of April 27

UPDATE: 4/27 and 4/28 games are cancelled.

NOAH JV will play Union (White) on Friday May 1st at LaFortune Park in two 5 inning games. First pitch will be at 4:00 p.m.

NOAH Varsity will play in the WOL Fire Invitational in Wichita, Kansas on May 1st and May 2nd.

May 1st - NOAH vs Hesston at 12:00 p.m. If we win, we play at 4:00 p.m vs KC Lions. If we lose, we play at 6 p.m. vs TBD

Saturday, April 25, 2009

NOAH 10 Word of Life 2 - April 25

April 25, 2009
LaFortune Park (Legion Field)

NOAH Jaguars 10
Word of Life Fire (Wichita, KS) 2

The Fire took the lead in the top of the first on a single then later scored on a Jaguar error. The Jags threatened in the 1st and the 2nd and finally scored one unearned run in the 3rd inning to tie the game 1-1. In the 4th inning the Fire added another unearned run to go ahead 2-1. Avery Penrod lead off the bottom of the 4th with a nice triple (going 3 for 4), but was left stranded on bases. In the bottom of the 5th the Jaguars exploded for 6 runs on 6 hits. Trey Weaver lead off with a single. Joe Sabatini and Parker McDaniel both reached on walks to load the bases. Jeb Penrod came through again with a bases clearing double to give the Jags the lead for the first time in the game. Jeb advanced to 3rd on a throwing error and then scored on a passed ball. Austin Ervin followed with a double and scored on Justin
Leekley's RBI double. The Fire then changed pitchers. Andrew Smith greeted the new pitcher with a two run HOME RUN over the leftcenter field fence. Trey Weaver hit his second single of the inning before the Fire scored the last out with the Jags on top 8-2. A nice double play by Avery Penrod ended the Fire threat in the top of the 6th. The Jaguars scored 2 more runs in the 6th on a walk, an error, and an RBI single by Avery Penrod to give the Jags an eight run to end the game.

Jags record on the season is 14-13. Next game is Monday, April 27 vs #2 6A Broken Arrow JV at Broken Arrow Field.

Starting Pitcher: John Tyree 4 innings, 2 unearned runs, 4 hits, 3 strikeouts
Reliever and Winning Pitcher: Andrew Smith, 3 innings, no runs, 2 hits, 2 strikeouts, 1 walk

Friday, April 24, 2009

NOAH 3 Cascia Hall 2 - April 24

April 24, 2009
@ Cascia Hall's Richard LeMay Field

NOAH Jaguars 3
3A #19 Cascia Hall Commandos 2

The Commandos jumped to a two run lead in the bottom of the first inning off 4 hits. They kept the Jaguars from scoring with a double play in each of the first three innings. In the top of the 4th, junior Trey Weaver started off with a double down the 3rd base line. Senior Parker mcDaniel walked. Sophomore Jeb Penrod hit an RBI single scoring Trey Weaver. Then Josh Lay, who was courtesy running for Parker McDaniel, came into score on a bad pick off throw by the pitcher to 2nd base to tie the game 2-2. The Jaguar defense made some nice plays and kept the Commandos off the board. In the top of the 6th, Parker McDaniel hit a towering HOME RUN over the right field fence to give the Jags the lead of the game. Andrew Smith hit a double in the top of the 7th but was left stranded on base. Avery Penrod recorded the final out of the game when he made a stellar play and robbed the Commando batter of a hit down the 3rd base line to secure the win for the Jaguars 3-2.

The Jaguars play again on Saturday, April 25th at LaFortune Park versus Word of Life Fire from Wichita, KS. JV starts at 1 pm with Varsity following.

Starting Pitcher: Avery Penrod 4 innings, 2 runs, 10 hits, 2 strikeouts
Reliever and Winning Pitcher: Andrew Smith 3 innings, no runs, no hits, 1 hit batsman

Metro Christian 10 NOAH 2 - April 23

April 23, 2009
@Metro Christian Patriot Field

3A Metro Christian 10
NOAH Jaguars 2

The Jaguar bats were cold and they only managed one hit on the night.
The Jags had runners reach in every inning off walks but couldn't get them across until the top of the 5th. Senior Justin Leekley reached on an error and freshman Joe Sabatini and Senior Parker McDaniel drew walks to load the bases Sophomore Jeb Penrod hit a single to score NOAH's only 2 runs on the night. The Patriots scoring started in the bottom of the 1st with 4 runs on 4 hits and a walk. They added an unearned run in the 2nd and then exploded with 4 runs in the fifth to win the game 10-2.

Starting and losing pitcher: Andrew Smith 2 innings, 5 hits (double, triple), 2 walks , one strikeout
Reliever: John Tyree 3 innings, 6 hits (double) 2 walks. one strikeout

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Sand Springs 6 NOAH 3 - April 20

NOAH vs 6A #8 Sand Springs
@ Sand Springs
Monday, April 20

The Sandites started the scoring in the bottom of the first inning when their batter scored on a throwing error giving them a 1-0 lead. The Jags got a runner on base in every inning except one, but couldn't push any into score. The Jaguar defense held steady too and didn't allow any more runs through the next 4 innings. In the bottom of the 6th the Sandites scored 5 runs (3 earned) on two walks, 4 hits and two errors. In the top of the 7th the Jags were down 6-0. Sam Brownwood lead off with a single but was put out when John Tyree reached on a fielder's choice. Justin Leekley reached on a walk and then Josh Lay reached on an error to load the bases. Andrew Smith patiently drew a bases loaded RBI walk to give the Jags their first run of the game. Joe Sabatini hit a blooper into right field that couldn't be handled and brought in two more runs. Andrew Smith was caught in a pickle to record the final out.

Starting Pitcher (L): Avery Penrod, 4 runs (3 earned), 5 hits, 2 strikeouts
Reliever: Andrew Smith, 2 runs (none earned), 3 hits, one double, 1 strikeout

Sunday, April 19, 2009

HWSA Tournament - Championship Game April 18

April 18
Plano, Texas

HWSA Regional Qualifier

Game 3 - Winner's Bracket
Tulsa NOAH Jaguars beat Memphis Eagles 7-0 in the winner's bracket game on Saturday to secure a berth to the HWSA World Series and to play in the Regional Championship game. Junior John Tyree pitched a 3-hit shutout. The defense played great getting out a bases loaded jam with 1 out allowing no runs.

The Jags had runners on base every inning but didn't score until the 4th. Trey Weaver reached after being hit by a pitch. He later scored on Jeb Penrod's sacrifice fly. In the 5th Joe Sabatini slugged out a 2 RBI triple and then scored himself on a passed ball. In the 6th Avery and Jebediah Penrod each walked. Avery scored on Sam Brownwood's sacrifice fly and Jeb scored on Justin Leekley's single. John Tyree reached on a fielder's choice and scored on Andrew Smith's RBI double. Bringing the score to 7-0 and qualifying the Jaguars to compete in the CHAMPIONSHIP GAME and a trip to the World Series in Florida. This is the last year for the regional tournaments so that makes this an even sweeter win!

Game 4 - Championship Game
The Jags played the OKC Broncos in the Championship game on Saturday afternoon. Jags took an early 3-1 lead. The Broncos came back with 3 unearned runs in the 3rd inning to lead 4-3. The Broncos added on a pair of runs to win their 2nd consecutive HWSA Regional Championship over the Jags 6-3. The defensive highlight of the game was a spectacular diving play by shortstop Jeb Penrod to his right and throwing the lead runner at second base.

The Jags qualified as the West #2 seed at the HWSA World Series in Pensacola, Florida on May 18-21.

HWSA Regional All-Tournament: John Tyree, Andrew Smith, Sam Brownwood, and Jebadiah Penrod

Great Job Jags!

Jags play at 6A #7 Sand Springs on Mon, April 20th. First pitch is set for 4:00 with the JV game following.

Friday, April 17, 2009

HWSA Tournament - April 17

Heavy rains delayed the HWSA Tournament on Friday.

Games resume on Saturday with the Jaguars playing the Memphis Eagles at 2:00 p.m. If the Jags win, they play for the HWSA Regional Championship at 4:30. If they lose, they play on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. for a shot to play in the 3rd place game at 3:30 p.m.

Go Jags!

Thursday, April 16, 2009

HWSA Tournament Game 2 - April 16

Regional Homeschool World Series Tournament
Game 2

#12 NOAH 11
#4Houston Northside Falcons 7

NOAH Jaguars pull out a great win!

The Falcons jumped on the Jags in the top of the 1st inning with three runs on a walk, 2 errors, and 3 singles. The Jags answered with one run in the bottom half of the inning. Junior Trey Weaver singled and then advanced on an error after senior Parker McDaniel's single. In the 2nd the Falcons added 2 more runs on 3 singles giving them a 5-1 lead. In the bottom of the 2nd the Jags scored 3 runs on two walks and 3 singles. The Jags defense kept the Falcons scoreless in the 3rd. Freshman Joe Sabatini reached 2nd on an error and moved to 3rd on sophomore Jeb Penrod's single. Junior Sam Brownwood followed with an RBI single tying the game 5-5. In the 4th, the Falcons hit a home run to lead 6-5. In the 4th, junior Andrew Smith reached on a hit by pitch. Senior Avery Penrod hit a single and Parker McDaniel reached on an error. Andrew Smith scored the tying run on a wild pitch. Joe was walked loading the bases again. Jeb Penrod came through with a 3 RBI double to put the Jags ahead, 9-6! The Jags added another run in both the 5th and 6th to bring the score to 11-6. The Falcons threatened with bases loaded in the top of the 7th inning. The Falcons score one run on a sacrifice fly and then shortstop Jeb Penrod fielded a grounder and recorded the final out. Andrew Smith, Avery Penrod, Trey Weaver, Jeb Penrod, and Sam Brownwood each had two hits in the game. Jags win 11-7 and are 2-0 in the tournament.

Winning pitcher: Avery Penrod, 4 innings, 6 runs (3 earned runs), 8 hits (1 home run), 1 strikeout
Reliever and save: Sam Brownwood 3 innings, 1 earned run, 3 hits

Friday's game (weather pending - forecast for rain): 7 pm against Memphis Eagles who beat the Houston Thunder today. The Thunder beat the #1 Seed Dallas Angels in their opening game. The winner of the NOAH/Memphis game will secure a berth to the HWSA World Series in Pensacola, Florida and play for the Regional Championship on Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

HWSA Tournament Game 1 - April 15

Regional Homeschool World Series Association
NOAH Varsity win first round game.

Game 1
#12 NOAH 13 vs. #5 San Antonio Patriots 3

We had a pitching duel with both pitchers and teams doing a great job. The Patriots finally scored to take the lead 2-0 in the bottom of the 5th inning after a 2 RBI triple. The Patriots pitcher finally started tiring in the top of the 6th after striking out 13 out of 15 of the 1st five inning outs. Trey Weaver lead off the inning with a walk. Parker McDaniel followed with a single. The next two Jaguars walked bringing in one run to score. Sam Brownwood came up to bat with bases loaded and put the Jags ahead 3-2 with a 2 RBI single. John Tyree walked then Andrew Smith hit an RBI single off the new Patriot pitcher. Trey Weaver batted for the 2nd time in the inning and reached on an error and tallied an RBI. Parker McDaniel followed with an RBI double and then a nice RBI triple to the wall by Joe Sabatini. The inning ended with the Jags ahead 9-2. Jags added 4 more runs in the top of the 7th. Sam Brownwood reached on an error and later scored on John Tyree's at bat. Justin Leekley and Avery Penrod (2 RBIs) each hit a double in the inning while Trey Weaver added an RBI single. The Patriots were able to add only one run in the bottom of the 7th. Every Jaguar batter scored and 9 out of 10 Jaguars in the game had an RBI!

Winning pitcher: Andrew Smith 5 innings, 2 earned runs, 5 hits (1 double, 1 triple), 7 strike outs
Reliever: Sam Brownwood 2 innings, 1 unearned run, 1 hit, 3 strike outs

Jaguars play on Thursday at 2 pm against the #4 Seed Houston Falcons


Special thanks to the NOAH 12 & under team for their gift of support of bubble gum for the Varsity team! Way to show your team spirit!

Sunday, April 12, 2009

East Central 6 NOAH 4 - April 10

Cardinals beat Jags in 10 innings

LaFortune Park - April 10th

6A Tulsa East Central 6
NOAH Jaguars 4

We had a pitching duel until the bottom of the 4th when the Cardinals scored two runs on no hits and two Jaguar errors. In the bottom of the 4th two Jags reached on walks but neither came in to score. In the bottom of the 5th, Andrew Smith hit a double but was left stranded at third base. The Cardinals added another run in their half of the 6th giving them a 3-0 advantage. In the bottom of the 6th Austin Ervin reached on a single and scored on Avery Penrod's single but the inning ended in a double play. In the 7th the first Cardinal batter reached on an infield bunt, but two fly outs to left field and a pretty snag by shortstop Jeb Penrod ended their hopes of adding any more runs. In the bottom of the 7th with the game on the line, Joe Sabatini started the inning off with a single. Andrew Smith followed with his second HOME RUN of the year to tie the score and send the game into extra innings. The Cardinals went ahead by one run in the 8th and then the Jags answered with a run on no hits to keep the score tied. Both teams went 3 up 3 down in the 9th inning. In the top of the 10th a bases loaded single score two runs for the Cards. Jaguar Austin Ervin lead off the bottom of the 10th with a single but couldn't but was left stranded.

The Jags lost 6-4.

STARTING PITCHER: Sam Brownwood 7 innings, 3 runs (all unearned), 5 hits, 5 strikeouts
Losing Pitcher: Avery Penrod 3 innings, 3 runs (1 earned), 4 hits, 2 strikeouts

The JAGUARS travel next Tuesday to Plano, Texas. They begin play in the Homeschool World Series Association Regional Tournament on Wednesday. By placing in the top four teams they could qualify for the World Series Tournament in Pensacola, Florida.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

NOAH 9 Cascia Hall 1 - April 7

LaFortune Park, April 7th

3A #18 Cascia Hall 1

With beautiful baseball weather and home field advantage the Jaguars put away 3A #18 Cascia Hall Commandos 9-1. The Commandos scored their only run in the 1st after 3 singles but left the bases loaded without scoring any more. The Jaguars answered with 3 singles and two runs in the bottom of the 1st. Then the Jaguars added 5 more runs in the 2nd inning after 4 singles, 2 Cascia errors, a walk and a hit batsman. Cascia threatened again in the 3rd with bases loaded but still couldn't score. In the 3rd the Jaguars added one more run and another in the bottom of the 5th giving them a 9-1 lead. With an 8 run lead after 5 innings the game was called. Five Jaguars had two hits apiece: Joe Sabatini (single, double), Andrew Smith, Trey Weaver, Sam Brownwood, and Justin Leekley.

STARTER and winning pitching: John Tyree, 1 earned run, 5 hits, 2 strikeouts
Reliever: Avery Penrod no runs, 1 double

The Jags even their season record 9-9. Jags play 6A East Central Cardinal on Friday, April 10th at LaFortune Park. First pitch is 4:30 p.m. followed by the JV game.

The Jags then travel to Plano, Texas on April 14th for the HWSA Regional Qualifer Tournament.

NOAH Split Doubleheader - April 6

Union Complex - April 6th

Game 1
Union JV 9

On a very cold and windy night, the Jaguars visited Union field to play their JV team for a double header. In the first game the Jags struck early. In the first inning, lead off batter Trey Weaver was a hit by pitch and later scored on a passed ball and then the 2nd Jaguar run scored on Andrew Smith's RBI single. In the 3rd, the Jags added 5 more runs with a double by Joe Sabatini, 3 singles, a walk, and an error by Union. In the bottom of the 4th, Union scored 4 runs. In the top of the 5th Austin Ervin reached on a single, advanced on a error and scored on a passed ball. In the bottom of the 5th Union added 4 more runs to tie the score 8-8. The game went into extra innings. Jaguars threatened in the top of the 9th after Sam Brownwood lead off with a single, advanced on an error and stole third base but was left stranded at third. In the bottom of the 9th Union led off with a single then scored on an RBI double to give Union the win.

Starting Pitcher: Andrew Smith, 7 runs (4 earned), 8 hits (3 doubles),
2 strikeouts Reliever: Sam Brownwood, 2 earned runs, 5 hits (3 doubles)

Union JV 11

BRRR!!! Actually the wind died down just a little and it wasn't quite as cold, or everyone was just numb from the 1st game. Despite the cold both teams bats were swinging but fielding errors were a plenty for both teams. Trey Weaver led off the game on a single then later scored on a passed ball. The bases were loaded after a fielder's choice and two walks when Avery Penrod hit a hard double to left and gave the Jags a 4 run lead. Union matched that with four runs in the bottom of the first. In the 2nd Josh Lay hit a double but got out advancing to third. Trey Weaver hit another single then scored on Joe Sabatini's RBI single. Andrew Smith was the courtesy runner for Joe and came into score on a passed ball. In the bottom of the 2nd Union added 3 more to tie the game again. In the 3rd the Jags added two more runs on 3 singles. Union took the lead in the bottom of the 3rd 9-8. The Jags came back to tie the game again after two singles and a walk and held Union scoreless in the bottom of the 4th. In the top of the 5th with 3 singles and 2 Union errors the Jags went on top 13-9. Union could only get two runs in the bottom of the 5th and after about 5 hours of very cold baseball the Jags went home with the win 13-11.

STARTER: Sam Brownwood, 7 runs (3 earned), 8 hits (2 doubles) and 2
RELIEVER and WINNING PITCHER: Austin Ervin, 4 runs (1 earned), 6 hits
(1 double), 2 strikeouts

Monday, April 6, 2009

12U Jags Capture Tournament Championship

Pictured left to right (front row): Logan Armstrong, David Arjay, Sam Blount, Caleb Holleman, Elliot Harp (back row): Josiah Redenius, Kyle Shiew, Caleb Roberts, Andrew Sabatini

In the first game for the Broken Arrow pre-season tournament the U12 Jaguar baseball team opened with the BA Sharks, the Jags won 10 to 9. Starting pitcher Kyle Shiew went 2 innings with 3 strike outs and 7 walks with relief pitching by Caleb Roberts going 2 innings with 5 strike outs and 4 walks. Caleb Holleman's double to the fence in right-center helped the Jags to 8 hits for 32 at bats. The Sharks hit the ball 6 times with no infield errors.

The Jags won the second game against the Lincoln Christian Bulldogs 12-0. Starting pitcher Caleb Holleman went 2 innings with 6 strike outs and 1 walk. In relief Andrew Sabatini went 2 innings with six strike outs followed by Josiah Redenius closing out the last inning with 2 strike outs. Logan Armstrong had three singles, Caleb Roberts had a triple and two singles, Sam Blount a double and two singles helping the team to 16 hits on 33 at bats. Our team had no errors.

At the semi-final bracket the Jags beat the BA Pirates 12-6. Starting pitcher Logan Armstrong went 2 innings with 3 strike outs and 2 walks with closer Andrew Sabatini finished the last 2 innings with 5 strike outs and 2 walks. Caleb Holleman had an unassisted double play to end the first inning leaving two Bulldogs stranded on base. The Jags had 15 hits on 30 at bats with a bases loaded triple from Caleb Holleman.

The Championship matchup Friday evening was an 11 to 5 victory for the Jags over the Sharks who came out of the losers bracket. Caleb Roberts pitched a complete game with 5 strike outs and 4 walks. Logan Armstrong provided a much needed triple and David Arjay drove in 2 runs with a deep double to right-center field. Andrew Sabatini shut the game down with a clutch triple down the right field line scoring the two runs needed for the run-rule victory.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Beggs Tournament - Consolation Champions

Consolation Championship Game - Beggs Tournament

Jags Win Big Over Okmulgee Bulldogs 14-1

Andrew Smith started off the Jags in the first inning with a two out triple. Parker McDaniel followed with an RBI double. Sam Brownwood reached on an infield single and later scored on a passed ball. Jeb Penrod reached base on an error while following another Jag run to cross the plate. Avery Penrod walked and Justin Leekley reached on an error scoring another Jag run. Cole Wilson hit a beautiful two out 2-RBI double before the inning ended with the Jags on top 6-0.

In the 2nd, Joe Sabatini reached on an error, advanced to 2nd on a balk, then scored on Jeb Penrod's RBI single. In the bottom of the 2nd the Bulldogs threatened after the first two batters reached on hits and then another bulldog was hit by a pitch to load the bases with one out. Pitcher Avery Penrod struck out the next batter and enticed the next Bulldog into a ground out.

In the 3rd inning Joe Sabatini hit a 2 out HOME RUN, his second of the tournament giving the Jags an 8-0 lead. In the bottom of the 3rd the Bulldogs loaded the bases again and were able to push across one run on 1 hit. The Jags exploded for five more runs in the top of the fourth. Jeb Penrod reached on a walk, stole 2nd, then scored on Avery Penrod's single. Justin Leekley, Cole Wilson and Trey Weaver followed with singles of their own. Joe Sabatini reached on a walk and advanced to second with a balk then scored on Andrew Smith's double. When the inning was over the Jags were ahead 14-1.

Every Jaguar recorded at least one hit and scored at least one run! Even though two bulldogs reached base after an error and a double the Jag defense kept them from scoring. The Jags run ruled the Bulldogs and the game ended after the 4th inning to capture the Beggs Consolation Championship.

Avery Penrod pitched a complete game recording another win. He
allowed one unearned run, four hits (2 doubles) and struck out 2

Jaguar varsity play a doubleheader against the 6A #5 Union JV on Monday, April 6th at the Union Complex. First pitch is slated for 5 p.m.

Next home game at LaFortune Park is Tuesday, April 7th vs 3A #13 Cascia Hall.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Baseball Season Underway

The 2009 Jaguar baseball season is underway.

The high school teams are currently mid-way through the season looking forward to playing in HWSA (Homeschool World Series Association) Regional Qualifer in Plano, Texas during the week of April 13th for a trip to the HWSA World Series in Pensacola, Florida. Follow the high school teams, click on the link to the right.

We have five teams playing in the Broken Arrow Indian Springs league. There are three teams in the OPEN(Competitive)division and two teams in the REC division. There's an 11U REC team playing in the Bixby Youth League.

We have three elementary teams playing in TKB (Tulsa Kids Baseball) at LaFortune and Mitchell Parks.

In total, NOAH has 11 teams playing baseball this spring comprised of 125 players!


Go Jags!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Beggs Tournament Results

Game 1 April 1st
3A #10 Haskell 10 NOAH 1

The game was scoreless until the 3rd inning. A walk and two Jag errors allowed the Haymakers to score 3 runs. The Jags answered with one run in the bottom of the 3rd. Joe Sabatini lead off with a single and scored on Parker McDaniel's RBI double. Unfortunately those were the only Jag hits in the game. Haskell added 7 more runs in the fourth off 4 hits, 2 walks and 4 Jag errors. The loss put the Jags on the consolation side of the bracket.

John Tyree pitched. He gave up 5 hits (1 double and 1 triple), and had two strikeouts. Austin Ervin relieved for one inning allowing only 1 single.

Game 2 April 2nd
NOAH 8 4A Victory Christian 0

Trey Weaver lead off the bottom of the 1st with a double and then stole 3rd base. The Conquerors had a batter reach after a single in the top of the 2nd but was put out on a double play. The Jags continued the hitting in the bottom of the 2nd with 3 singles and scoring one run. Parker McDaniel hit a double in the 3rd but was stranded at 3rd base. In the top of the 4th, a Victory batter hit a double. He was the only Conqueror to reach 2nd base in the entire game and he was left stranded. The Jags added four runs in the bottom of the 4th. Andrew Smith started it off with his first varsity home run over the left field fence. Austin Ervin followed with a single and stole 2nd. He then scored on Joe Sabatini's 2 RBI home run over the center field fence. That was the end of the scoring even though Trey Weaver and Jebediah Penrod hit singles before the inning ended. In the 5th Andrew Smith hit a double (going 3 for 3) and scored on Ervin's 3rd single of the day (also going 3 for 3). This gave the Jags a 6-0 lead. In the 6th inning Trey Weaver hit his second double of the day (going 3 for 4) and scored on John Tyree's RBI double. McDaniel followed with an RBI single and the game was called due to the Jags 8 run lead after 5 innings. The Jags banged out 15 hits - the most in a game this year!

Sam Brownwood started and recorded a win. He pitched 4 innings allowing only 2 hits (one double) and striking out 6 batters. Andrew Smith relieved for two innings and recorded another save. He faced 6 batters and recorded 5 strikeouts and no hits after not pitching for four weeks due to injuries.

The Jags will play Okmulgee Bulldogs at 2:30 in the consolation championship game Friday in Beggs.

NOAH JV wins doubleheader - Apr 1st

NOAH JV swept Tulsa Webster

Game 1
NOAH 9 Webster 2

Winning pitcher Jon Dunbar pitched 3 innings with 5 strikeouts, 2 hits and 2 runs. Cole Wilson pitched 2 innings with 2 strikeouts and 1 hit.

Jags score 7 runs in the first inning on 5 walks, 1 hit-by-pitch, double and single.

Ryan Blake went 1 for 3 with a double. Cole Wilson, Erik Willis and Garner Hall each had singles for the Jags.

Game 2
NOAH 11 Webster 3

Winning pitcher Garner Hall pitched 2 innings with 4 strikeouts, 1 hit and 1 run. Caleb Baca pitched 2 innings with 2 strikeouts, 3 hits, 2 runs. Hunter Ogden pitched the final inning and gave up no hits and no runs.

Webster took a 1 run lead to the bottom half of the 2nd inning. The Jags erupted for 11 runs on 8 walks 2 doubles and 3 singles.

Hunter Ogden paced the Jags with two singles. Ben Jespersen and Ryan Blake added singles. Garner Hall and Jon Dunbar each hit a double.

JV next game is Tues April 7th vs Cascia Hall JV at LaFortune around 6 p.m.