Jags end historic season

Potent Georgetown Eagle bats, along with strong pitching, brought the Johnson High softball team’s historic 2021 season to a close as the Jaguars were swept in their bi-district playoff series over the weekend. That included a 9-0 loss to Georgetown in Game 2, which began May 1 in Georgetown and didn’t finish until May 3 at Johnson High, spanning more than 50 hours. Despite the loss, Johnson softball finishes the season with a 16-10-1 record and made the school’s first ever run to the postseason in its history. Above, with just a little extra lunge to her left, Johnson High left fielder Ana Soto (left) dives to snag a fly ball and rob a Georgetown Eagle batter of extra bases during the top of the seven frame of Game 2 of their bi-district playoff series at Johnson High. Below, despite their season coming to a close in the bi-district round Monday, Johnson Jaguar Reagan Barrett (front, 17) is all smiles with teammates as they acknowledged the many Johnson Jaguar supporters who attended the school’s first ever home playoff game.

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