“We had a good day pitching,” Jaguars head coach Mickey Moody said.
Powell, who fanned eight, started and picked up the win. Riceman and Mosely fanned four more in mop-up duty on a day where the trio of Spalding pitchers combined to only walk one and the staff posted its first shutout of the season.
“Krepps threw 70-plus percent of his pitches for strikes,” said Moody, who added Riceman and Mosely were also at 70 percent.
Powell Krepps hit a double down the line to spearhead an eight-hit outing during a season where the Jaguars (4-0, 2-0 region) have outscored their opposition by a combined margin of 41-12.