Seckman Blanks Windsor 17-0 in Four Innings
(IMPERIAL)    The Seckman Jaguars sent 15 batters to the plate and scored 11 runs in the top of the first inning at Windsor Monday as they won 17-0 in four innings.
Windsor managed one hit for the day, a lone single in the second inning but the runner was thrown out at second base trying to stretch the hit into a double.  Jaguar Freshman Max Jones pitched three innings, he walked two and struckout two.  Seckman coach Brad Hagedorn said Jones had good command of his pitches.

Taking the loss for Windsor was Luke Weiler.  Windsor coach Randy Green says his team needs to maintain a good attitude when facing adversity.

The Owls slip to 8-11-1, next up for Windsor, two games against Hillsboro.  They’ll be at Hillsboro Thursday and then will host the Hawks on Friday.  Seckman improves to 14-9-1.  Next up for the Jags are two games on the road.  They will be at Jackson Thursday and then at Parkway Central on Friday.