Jays drop two in Florida

FORT PIERCE, Fla. —The Jefferson City Jays dropped a 4-3 decision Tuesday to Champaign (Ill.) Centennial.

The Jays trailed 4-0 after two innings, but scored twice in the third and one in the fourth to make it 4-3.

Brenden Ogletree had two hits for the Jays, while Hayden Strobel drove in a run. Alex Johnson pitched five innings for Jefferson City, striking out five.

On Monday, the Jays dropped a 9-5 decision to John Carroll of Florida.

Jake Walker had three hits to pace an 11-hit Jay attack in the game. Adam Grunden pitched the first five innings for the Jays, striking out one.

Jefferson City (1-3) will play again at noon today against Chestnut Hill Academy.


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