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Week 7: Teams and Players of the Week

Teams of The Week

Here is a look at the teams that made the biggest moves or had huge weeks as a team for each division

Div 1: Kansas City Kansas (4-1)

As stated in this week's new Next 5 Out, KCK made a huge jump this past week. They went 4-1 on the week, winning their weekend series against the then ranked #6 3 games to 1. 

KCK started their week with a mid-week game against state fair in which they won 19-1. After falling behind 1-0 in the bottom of the first KCK tied it up in the second then scored in the 5th, 7th, 8th, and then scored 9 in the 9th. Leading them in that game was Tre Simmons who got the Start and the wing going 7 innings striking out 3 while giving up the lone run. At the plate 3 Blue Devils had homers, Griffin Everitt (1-4, 2 RBI), Jose Sosa (4-6, 5 RBI, Double) and Trey Hoover (1-4, 2 RBI). 

To start their weekend they took the first 3 games against Cowley before dropping the final game of the weekend. 

The first two games they took at home 6-5 and 14-8. They then took the first game at Cowley 9-8 before dropping the final game 18-1. 

Div 2: Northeast Mississippi (6-0)

Northeast has been one of the Fastest rising Division 2 teams this season. Starting in the 50’s and now find themselves sitting at #7 in the country. This past week they played 6 games between Wednesday and Sunday winning all of them. 

They started Wednesday with a doubleheader win against Jackson State taking game 1 6-4 and game 2 8-0. 

Heading into the weekend they had a 4-game series against Marshalltown. They took game 1 2-1 behind a strong pitching performance by Dylan Hitchcock who went 5.2 Innings striking out 10. In-game 2, the won 13-3 in just 5 innings due to a run rule. Conner Davis and Jacob Compton both helped put up the runs. Davis was 1-4 with a double and 2 RBI’s while also scoring 3 runs. Compton was 1-3 with 3 RBI’s. 

In their Sunday Double Header, It started how the Saturday games ended. By Run Rule. In just 5 innings they won 14-1. The game was led by the bat of Hayes Hansford who was 4-4 in the game with a double, homer, 5 RBI’s and a run. Sunday's second game was a bit closer in a 7-4 win. Compton showed up again going 3-4 in the game with 2 doubles, a Home Runs and 4 RBI’s. 

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Div. 1- South Atlantic District Preview (Reg. 8)

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.

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The 2019-20 JBB Pre-Season Watch List

To start the season we here at the JBB have put together a list of guys that we think you should be on the lookout for this upcoming season. First off, however, this is not our Top Prospect list, granted all of those guys are on this watch list. This list includes players that might not be draft guys or D1 guys but guys who we think should have big years for their respected teams and play a big part in them reaching the end goal of winning their respected National Title or State Championship.

This list is comprised of 201 Guys from across the country. It includes players from 94 Different Junior College from every division and governing body that is associated with Junior College Baseball (NJCAA 1,2,3, CCCAA, and NWAC). It includes transfers that we know of as well as incoming freshmen and returning guys.

this list is sorted by alphabetical order by the team name and not ranked in any specific way.

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