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Jaguars season ends with loss to Gregory-Portland




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VICTORIA -- With a District 29-4A mark of 8-6, the Floresville Jaguar softball team made the playoffs. Unfortunately for the Jags, they met up with Gregory-Portland in the first round, and lost by the final score of 13-1.

The Lady Wildcats got rolling early with a pair of runs to start the first inning, and then added 4 more runs in the top of the third to make it a 6-0 contest. After scoring 4 more in the fourth, the score was 10-0, and things weren’t looking good for the Jaguars.

Floresville was able to scratch 1 run in the bottom of the fourth to make it 10-1, but the Lady Wildcats came right back in the fifth with 3 final runs to make it a 13-1 game. Neither team scored in the sixth or seventh innings of play, and the single-game series ended in Victoria, as Gregory-Portland advanced, and Floresville said goodbye to this season.

The Jags will graduate more than half of their roster next month, and will have some big holes to fill next season.
 

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