Sport Shorts: May 16
Taz wrestlers earn titles The Jamestown Taz crowned nine state champions during the North Dakota USA Greco and Freestyle wrestling championships held at the Jamestown Civic Center on April 27-28. Aden Braun and Malakai Robinson were triple crown ...
Taz wrestlers earn titles
The Jamestown Taz crowned nine state champions during the North Dakota USA Greco and Freestyle wrestling championships held at the Jamestown Civic Center on April 27-28.
Aden Braun and Malakai Robinson were triple crown champions after winning state in Folkstyle, Greco and Freestyle.
Other Taz wrestlers placing first in Greco were Grady Anderson and Damien Krebs. Placing second were were Edison Walters and Joel Bowman. Placing third were AJ Matzke, Jackson Walters, Pete Rasmussen, Luke Schlepuetz and Talor Huebner. Placing fourth were Sam Krebs, Sam Schlepuetz, Hadley Knorr and Dusty Harr. Placing fifth were Ben Matzke and Paul Vandal. Placing sixth was Nathan Thornton and Karter Dickerman.
Other Taz wrestlers placing first in Freestyle were Edison Walters, Anderson and Damien Krebs. Jackson Walters placed second. Placing third was Ben Matzke, AJ Matzke, Huebner and Sam Schlepuetz. Placing fourth was Harr, Sam Krebs and Rasmussen. Placing fifth was Haden Smith, Hadley Knorr, Luke Schlepuetz.
A design error led to an incorrect photo being printed in the sports section of yesterday's (May 15) edition of The Jamestown Sun.
The photo that ran with the Jamestown Blue Jay softball story "Slugging Sydney: Soulis leads Jays to sweep of Coyotes" on Page 5 was mistakenly placed by Forum Communications Company page designers. The photo that printed depicted the University of Jamestown baseball team competing at the NAIA national championship opening round Monday in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Jimmie baseball delayed to today
The second day of the NAIA baseball national championship opening round Oklahoma City Bracket was affected by weather Tuesday.
Rain in Oklahoma City forced the tournament at Jim Wade Stadium to be delayed, moving University of Jamestown's elimination game against York (Neb.) to this morning, May 16, at 11 a.m. York eliminated Mobile (Ala.) from the tournament 8-5 Tuesday, setting up a rematch between the 18th-ranked Jimmies (42-10) and the Panthers (27-27).
Jamestown defeated York 14-4 to open national play on Monday, later falling to fifth-ranked Oklahoma City 19-8 in the double-elimination tournament. The Jimmies need to win twice today to reach Thursday's championship.
The winner of the opening-round tournament moves on to the NAIA Baseball World Series May 25-June 1 in Lewiston, Idaho.