|New Mexico JC||28-8||.778||34-24||.586||--||16-7||16-12||2-5||Lost 2|
|Frank Phillips||26-10||.722||35-22||.614||2.0||18-4||17-16||0-2||Lost 3|
|El Paso||17-19||.472||23-29||.442||11.0||12-14||11-15||0-0||Won 1|
|Western Texas||13-23||.361||19-34||.358||15.0||14-13||5-19||0-2||Lost 8|
|North Lake||17-9||.654||20-19||.513||3.0||9-6||11-13||0-0||Lost 1|
|Cedar Valley||9-21||.300||21-29||.420||13.0||9-11||12-18||0-0||Lost 4|
|Mountain View||3-25||.107||3-29||.094||18.0||2-16||1-13||0-0||Won 1|
Thanks to Brent Baker of Weatherford for passing this story along
Jacob Stone's stock just keeps rising.
The former Weatherford College pitching standout put up impressive numbers this season while helping the University of Arkansas advance to the Charlottesville Regional in the NCAA Tournament.
Thanks to Brent Baker of Weatherford College for this report
BOSTON—Former Weatherford College pitcher Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the 8th inning for the Chicago Cubs Monday night, shutting out the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Arrieta gave up one hit, one walk and no runs while striking out 10 over 7 2/3 innings. The fans at Fenway Park gave him a loud ovation when he left the game after throwing a career-high 120 pitches.
Four baseball players with ties to the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference (NTJCAC) were recently selected in the recent 2014 Major League Baseball draft.
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Thanks to Oscar LeRoy of the Midland Reporter Telegram for this story
Understandably, Midland College baseball coach David Coleman was a little emotional after his team was eliminated from the JUCO World Series to eventual national champion Iowa Western on Thursday night in Grand Junction, Colo.
But at the same time, Coleman couldn't help grinning after thinking what his team did to accomplish not only qualifying but to even finish in third place at the national tournament.
The Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) recently released their All-Conference baseball team for the 2014 season. Earning Coach of the Year was Josh Simpson of New Mexico Junior College. Simpson led his team to a conference championship with a league record of 28-8. Eudor Garcia (El Paso) was named Most Valuable Player while Austin Solecitto (Howard College) earned the honor of Most Valuable Pitcher.
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