Center Baseball Humbled
April 20, 2011Center High School
Kansas City, MO - The Center Boy's Baseball team reverted back to the old ways in a 21-0 loss to conference foe Warrensburg on Monday night.
With expectations high after a competitive performance against Smith-Cotton High School, the Jackets took a step backwards...the culprit, the inability to throw consistent strikes on the mound, lack of potency at the plate and a mass collection of errors from virtually every position.
The Jackets take to the practice field to retool and refocus in preparation for their reschedule match-up with Van Horn for the South Kansas City Baseball Classic Championship this Friday, April 22.
JV Steals the Show
Kansas City, MO - After a two-week layoff, the Center High School Junior Varsity Boys Baseball team had a great outing against the Tigers from Warrensburg.
Although the Jackets ended the game scoreless, that did stop them from making it interesting. After completing 2 innings scoreless, the Tigers made their move scoring two runs in the bottom of the 3rd.
After a three-up, three-down 4th inning, the Jackets were unable to capitalize leaving two runners on.
A strong performance at the plate by Caleb Ownby, and great defense in the field kept, notably LF Larron Williams and 1B Jaante' Perkins the game close.
Great job after a long layoff!
See the Center Boys JV team in action on April 27th at Water Well Park, North of the River in a showdown with St. Pius.
See you at the park!!