The JBB Week 6 Rankings Presented by the Great Lake Bat Co. After last week we did not think things
The JBB Week 4 Rankings Presented by The Great Lake Bat Co. This is another week that saw a tonRead more
Div 1: Miami Dade (4-0)
Miami Dade came out swinging this year. They are currently 6-1, but this past week they were 4-0. They took the first game of the Week against Florida SouthWestern State 7-0. They then had a three-game series against the then #5 State College of Florida. They took game 1 7-3 lead by the duo of Christopher Patterson and Raphy Almanzar-Rosario. Patterson was 2-3 on the day with a double, homer, 1 RBI and 3 runs scored. Almanzar-Rosario went 4-5, with 2 doubles, and 2 rbi’s. In the second game, they won 3-2 and came from behind in scoring 2 runs in both the bottom of the 6th and 7th. The finished out the week in game 3 they jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and never looked back finishing with a score of 6-3.
CCCAA: #17 Cuesta (2-1)
Just because i was at the games this weekend is not making this a Subjective choice. Cuesta took on the then ranked #4 Orange Coast. They took the first 2 games. In-game one they won 16-3 behind the bat of Harrison Hart, Kirk Woolf, and Broc Mortensen. Hart was 3-5 with 5 RBI’s a Homer, and a Double. Woolf went 3-5 with 2 Doubles, 3 RBI’s and 2 Runs. Rounding out that game Mortensen went 2-5 with a Double, 2 Runs, and 2 RBI’s. In-game 2, Cuesta took it 6-4, behind Mortensen again and Sean Rooney. Mortensen picked up where he left out the day before going 1-2 with a triple, a run and 2 RBI’s. Rooney went 2-3, with a homer, 2 RBI’s and a Run. In-game 3 they came up just short losing 7-3.
Div 2: #8 NOC-Tonkawa (5-0)
Div 3: #11 Coastal Bend (2-1)Read more
Last year Chipola was on the hunt for a 3rd Straight National Title which is something that has not happened at the NJCAA Div. 1 level since the 1980s where San Jac won 3 in a row from 1985-1987. Them winning 2 in a row was also the first time that it has happened since 1999-2000 where Grayson won back to back titles.
Previous Winners: ‘19 Chipola, ‘18 Chipola (National Champs), ‘17 Chipola (National Champs), ‘16 Santa Fe, ‘15 Northwest Florida (National Champs), ‘14 Miami Dade (National Runner-Up), ‘13 Palm Beach State (National Runner Up), ‘12 Polk State, ‘11 Chipola, ‘10 State College of Florida
As always the State of Florida is loaded with talent and of course, this year is no different. Leading the way this year is Justice Thompson (North Carolina) from Northwest Florida takes home the Pre-Season Player of the Year Honors. Where State College of Florias Jake Smith takes home the Pre-Season Pitcher of the Year. Both Jake and Justice were Ranked in the Top 101 as well as were Both Preseason All-Americans.Read more
A quick look at the guys that committed this past week.Read more