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March 9, 2015

Jaguars one in four to open region play

The Georgia Perimeter College baseball Jaguars opened their Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association Region 17 schedule with a 5-3 win at Jaguar Field in Covington, Georgia for the first of a four-game series with East Georgia State College.

The teams traveled to Swainsboro, Georgia for the remaining three games Saturday and Sunday. Each team split the Saturday doubleheader, but the Jaguars took the win 9-1 on Sunday afternoon.

Monday night home victory

The Jaguars (12-12 overall, 3-1 GCAA) were fueled with a six-game winning streak after a slow start this season.

Georgia Perimeter scored two runs in the first inning and went on to score three more by the fourth inning. The Bobcats fought back in the seventh inning and produced three scored runs, but that was all for each team.

Shane Seckinger started in the circle for the Jaguars and took the win. The win was Seckinger’s second for the season.

The Jaguars' leading hitter was first baseman, Jon Banks, who was two for four with one run scored. London Lindley, Steven Whitaker, Austin Upshaw, and TJ Riles each scored a run.

Satuarday’s split

On Saturday, Georgia Perimeter won game one 4-3 and East Georgia won game two 2-1 at the Bobcats' stadium in Swainsboro, Georgia.

Devin Vainer (2-0) started in the circle for game one. Vainer struck out six with no walks.

Whitaker, Riles, and Colin Chance were each one for three with one scored one and one RBI. Austin Upshaw hit two for three with no runs and Pierce Ressmeyer was one for three with no runs scored.

In game two, Casey Lenoch started in the circle and took his second loss of the season. Will Kilgore, leading hitter, was able to hit two for two and scored the only point for Georgia Perimeter.

Sunday win

Sunday afternoon the Jaguars came back with a strong win 9-1 to end the four-game series.

Ty Alvey started in the circle and took his third win for the season.

Leading hitters included Jon Banks, who was two for five with two runs scored and two RBIs. Ressmeyer was two for five with one run scored and two RBIs. Upshaw, Whitaker and London Lindley each scored one run.

The Jaguars had a slow start for the 2015 season losing the first eight games.

The Jaguars hit bottom on Valentine’s Day in Chattanooga, Tennessee against Chattanooga State Community College. The pitching staff walked 17 in two seven inning games when the Jaguars were swept in the double header.

The season has taken a considerable turn since and the Jaguars gained an eight-game winning streak until Saturday.

Georgia Perimeter last played Spartanburg Methodist College in a doubleheader at Jaguar Field.

Game one was a 6-2 win and while they trailed behind for much of the second game, the Jaguars hit three in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game. Georgia Perimeter went on to pull out an 8-7 win in eleven innings.

The Jaguars return home Friday, March 20 an Saturday, March 21 for a three-game series against West Georgia Technical College.

The Jaguars play home games at GPC’s Newton Campus, 239 Cedar Lane, Covington, Ga., 30014, near the intersection of I-20 and State Route 11.

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February 19, 2015

Today's games canceled

The Georgia Perimeter baseball doubleheader has been canceled for Friday, Feb. 20 against Northwest Florida State College due to weather conditions.

Games for Saturday Feb. 21 against Northwest Florida State at 11:30 a.m. and Cleveland State College at 4:30 p.m. are still scheduled to play.

Broadcasts for baseball will return Wednesday, Feb 28 when the Jaguars take on a dobuleheader against Spartanburg Methodist College at 1 p.m. on home grounds. Brodcast links will be posted on the homepage for listeners to tune in.

The Jaguars play home games at GPC’s Newton Campus, 239 Cedar Lane, Covington, Ga., 30014, near the intersection of I-20 and State Route 11.

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