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Victoria Generals Win 2010 TCL Championship!

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The Victoria Generals won the 2010 Texas Collegiate League Championship on Saturday night by beating the East Texas Pump Jacks 10-2 in Game 2 of the best-of-three championship series. The Generals won Game 1 on Friday night in Kilgore 6-5 before returning home for the win on their home field, Riverside Stadium in Victoria, to seal the championship on Saturday night.
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Texas Collegiate League Playoffs-Day Two

TCLPhotoEastTexas Comeback Jacks Stay Alive, Force Decisive Game Three

The East Texas Pump Jacks’ season was down to its last strike. Bottom of the ninth inning, two outs, two strikes. Facing a one-run deficit, Lee Orr stood tantalizingly close at third base, a mere ninety feet from extending the game.

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Texas Collegiate League-Playoff Day 1

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Brazos Valley Bombers 7 East Texas Pump Jacks 5

Bryan-College Station, TX (August 10, 2010) – The Brazos Valley Bombers came from behind twice to defeat the East Texas Pump Jacks 7-5 Tuesday night. The win on Derby Dash Night presented by Montelongo’s Fine Jewelry gives the Bombers a 1-0 lead in the best of three series against the Pump Jacks.
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East Texas Pump Jacks To Return A Pair Of All-Stars In 2010

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EastTexasPumpJacks2010 It’s never too early to think about next year… especially when you have a few all-stars already in the fold.

The East Texas Pump Jacks announced today that second baseman Greg Fontenot and outfielder Russell LaFleur have agreed to return to East Texas for the 2010 season. Both players were named to the 2009 TCL All-League team and helped lead the Jacks to a second place finish this summer.

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2009 Texas Collegiate League Awards

TexasLeagueLogo Bryan-College Station, TX (August 10, 2009) –

Although they are the two newest teams in the Texas Collegiate League, the Victoria Generals and East Texas Pump Jacks finished the 2009 regular season far ahead of the rest of the pack. The two teams took home the majority of the awards, including eight of the 12 All-League selections.

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