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East Jackson vs Concord Softball District Championship 5-31-19 | Photo Gallery

MHSAA Division 4 softball district Concord at East Jackson. The Trojans swept two games - 15-0 and 11-1 - for the school's first district title since 1993.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.  To order prints or downloads, click here. MHSAA Division 4 softball district Concord at East Jackson. The Trojans swept two games - 15-0 and 11-1 - for the school's first district title since 1993.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.  To order prints or downloads, click here.

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EJ Wins First District Softball Title in more than a Quarter Century

Members of the East Jackson High School varsity softball team celebrate a district title at home Friday afternoon. Photo:  Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. By Jeff Steers JTV Sports It was rather evident it has been a while since the East Jackson High School varsity softball team has celebrated any kind of championship. Two players grabbed the cooler following an 11-1 win over Concord in the district final in hopes of giving Coach Steve Csage a Gatorade shower. They barely hit Csage despite the coach knowing what was about to happen. East Jackson won its first district title since 1993 with a pair of wins at home Friday afternoon in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 4 district tournament. The Trojans dispatched Tekonsha 15-0 in three innings in game one and beat a feisty Concord team 11-1 in the district final. East Jackson will play the winner of the Petersburg-Summerfield district – to be contested on Saturday. The regional tournament will be at Sand Creek on June 8 with East Jackson scheduled to play the second game at noon. The Trojans made quick work of Tekonsha in the district semifinal, winning 15-0 in three innings. Jordan Nicholson earned the shutout…

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Two Michigan Center Students Sign to Play Baseball at Glen Oak

Two Michigan Center student athletes have signed to attend Glen Oaks. Cardinals baseball players Jordan Cooper and Andy Piloske will now be playing for the Vikings in Centreville, Michigan. JTV Sports | May 31st, 2019 | Gabriel Schray Jackson, Michigan– Two Michigan Center student athletes have signed to attend Glen Oaks and play baseball for the Vikings. The Cardinal baseball players, Jordan Cooper and Andy Piloske will now be playing in Centreville, Michigan. Jordan Cooper both pitches and plays first base. Andy Piloske plays second base. Both of them will now be playing same positions at the next level. Cooper is in a rare situation, where he'll be playing both. Piloske is currently hitting an impressive .384. That figure is good for 10 doubles and 3 triples on the year. Cooper is hitting .493 overall. Good for 11 doubles and five home runs, as well as a total of 36 RBIs. He has pitched 52.2 innings and maintains a record of 9-1. With 80 total strikeouts, he currently has a 1.72 ERA. "Andy and Jordan have been key contrinuters to this program for the past few years," said HC Jerry Slack. "It's a great day when two student athletes can…

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