George Rogers Clark Boys Junior Varsity Baseball

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Ware Throws 2-Hit Shutout Over Paris

Last night at Cardinal Field, Jake Ware pitched a 2-hit shutout over 40th District foe, Paris. The Cards scored 3 runs along the way – 2 in the first and 1 in the fourth innings – to win, 3-0. Ware struckout 12, walked 3, and had 1 HBP. Paris managed one hit in each of

Ties In Baseball? Cards and Spartans End Up Tied @ 4

The JV Cardinals and the Sayre Spartans battled for 5 innings last night; however, the game was tied at 4 and it was after 10PM. Therefore, the game ended in a tie. Ethan Neal (#27) pitched 3 almost flawless innings for the Cards. Neal struckout 2 and walked none. He had 1 HBP. He gave

Coach Matt Ginter Wins 100th Game @ GRC

Congratulations to Coach Matt Ginter for winning his 100th baseball game as GRC’s Head Coach last night against Sayre! Here are the season records for Coach Ginter since taking over the program in 2012: 2012: 20-14 2013: 12-17 2014: 23-9 2015: 15-15 2016: 23-12 2017: 7-3 Go Cards!

Cards Defeat Pre-Season Top 25 Sayre, 9-2

The skies were clear on Monday night at Cardinal Field; however, the Cards gave up 2 first inning unearned runs for an onimous start against the Prep Baseball Report (PBR) Pre-Season Top 25 Sayre Spartans. The Spartans’ first three batters reached on 2 singles and an error. The next batter grounded out to second for

JV Cardinals Are 6-0: Defeat South Laurel, 9-4

The JV Cardinals hosted South Laurel on Saturday afternoon at Cardinal Field. GRC never trailed in the contest as the host Cardinals scored 3 runs in the first and 6 runs in the second before relinquishing 4 runs to South Laurel in the top of the fourth. Joe Austin (#39) pitched the first three innings

Ware & Walton Combine For the Win, 6-2

The GRC Cardinals won its 3rd straight game and improved its season record to 6-3 with a victory over visiting South Laurel, 6-2. Jake Ware pitched the first four innings. He struckout 8 and walked 3. He gave up 2 hits and 1 unearned run in the second inning. Tyler Walton pitched 3 innings in relief.

Freshmen Cards Storm Lexington Catholic On Davis’ Walk-off, 4-3

There were tornado watches out on Wednesday night; however, Cardinal Field was a pocket of safety until the line of storms passed Lexington. The Knights of Lexington Catholic led after the fifth inning, 3-0. The game was supposed to last 7 innings; however, the coaches and umpires agreed that the sixth inning was the final

JV Cards Tame the Wildcats, 6-2

Ethan Neal pitched all 5 innings for the victory as the Cardinals defeated the visiting Bath County Wildcats, 6-2, on Tuesday evening. Neal struckout 7 and walked none. He gave up 3 hits and 2 runs – both of them unearned. The Cardinals scored four runs in the first inning and one each in the

Ware’s 4-Hit Shutout and 2 RBIs Lead Cards Over Estill County, 4-0

Jake Ware threw 13 strikeouts in his 4-hit shutout of Estill County last night. Ware was also 2-for-3 from the plate with 2 RBIs. Cameron Dove reached second on a throwing error by the third baseman in the 3rd inning. Tyler Walton’s groundout to first moved Dove to third. Ware’s single to center scored Dove