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Sports briefs: 5/6

By: Ben Abrams Baseball The Jaguars finished their last regular season on high note by winning five of their final eight games. The Jags wins came from a clean sweep over Abraham Baldwin [(3-2), (16-5), (8-7), and (11-3)] and a solo win over Darton State (13-3). The team lost three …

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Sports briefs: April 22

By: Ben Abrams Baseball The Jaguars have hit a bit of a rough patch in their last eight games. The Jags latest wins have come from South Georgia (9-3) and Georgia Highlands [(10-5), (8-5) and (2-0)]. The teams rough spots have come from losing three out of four to South …

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Sports briefs: April 8

By: Ben Abrams BASEBALL The Jaguars continue to run on all cylinders as they climb higher in the G.C.A.A. standings,. The Jags have won three out of four against Gordon State [(13-6), (7-2) and (3-2)], won two over Andrew College [(4-3), (12-6) and (7-3)] and won against Oglethorpe (9-0). The only blemishes …

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Sports briefs: March 25

By: Ben Abrams Information provided by GPC Athletics website. BASEBALL The Jaguars caught fire this month as they have been on a tear winning eight of their last ten games. The team has won three out of four games against East Georgia. The Jags also swept Brewton Parker and got wins over West …

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Sports Briefs

By: Samuel Lyons MEN’S BASKETBALL The Jaguars are (3-2) in February defeating Atlanta Metro State (62-57), South Georgia State (75-62), and Gordon State (59-39). The team’s two losses came from Chattahoochee Tech (80-72) and South Georgia Tech (87-79). This last stretch of the season puts the team’s record at (15-13), …

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Final Act in GPC’s Athletic History

Jags’ Goal: Knock 2015 Outta’ the Park By: Tuneel Speech The Jaguars begin the 2015 season as defending GCAA champions. A third place finish in the Division I NJCAA tournament (East CentralRegion) capped 2014. Past accolades mean nothing this year to manager, Jeremy Brotherton as GPC looks to continue its …

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