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2015 All-Wise County Baseball Team

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Tyler Melton Chico, Junior
Melton batted .525 with a .721 OBP. He also finished the season with a 1.91 ERA. He hit a team-leading seven home runs in 2015.

AJ Johnson Decatur, Junior
Johnson hit .493 and drove in 24 runs with three homers to lead Decatur to a district championship.

Michael Hicks Decatur, Junior
Hicks’ work at catcher was superb, and he also managed a .306 batting average with 21 RBIs.

Mason Baur Decatur, Junior
Baur’s 1.60 ERA helped lead the Eagles to an 8-4A championship. He pitched 39.1 innings for the Eagles.

Kegan Branum Alvord, Senior
Branum won 10-2A All-District Pitcher of the Year honors with his impressive 2.98 ERA and 82 strikeouts.

Cameron Weatherly Chico, Sophomore
Weatherly finished the season with a 6-1 record on the hill. The Chico sophomore also batted .442 with an on-base percentage of .662 with two home runs and 11 doubles.
Bryson Meyers Paradise, Junior
Meyers was named first team 9-3A selection. The Panther pitcher emerged as a young ace on the mound.
Skylar Black Paradise, Senior
Black was a unanimous vote onto the 9-3A first team. He hit .375 in 2015.
Jesus Gam Decatur, Junior
The second baseman finished the season with a .379 average, while leading the Eagles’ middle infield. Gam drove in eight runs and recorded 15 stolen bases.
Hayden Sutherland Bridgeport, Sophomore
The young shortstop and pitcher batted .350 and was named to the 8-4A first team infield.
Dillon Meadows Paradise, Senior
Last year’s All-Wise MVP had another great season, batting .388.
Lane Morrow Bridgeport, Junior
Morrow hit .360 in 2015, on his way to earning first team 8-4A honors.
Austin Hogan Paradise, Senior
Hogan batted .408 in 2015, leading Paradise to the playoffs.
Jaston McBee Chico, Junior
The 10-2A defensive MVP hit .463 with a .550 on-base. During a district game, McBee hit the cycle in just two innings and finished the season with six triples.
Mason Clower Alvord, Senior
The Alvord outfielder hit .435 and helped lead the Bulldogs to the regional quarterfinals.
Clay Baker Alvord, Sophomore
Baker batted .400, driving in 11 runs and crossing home nine times himself.
Cassidy Patterson Alvord, Senior
Patterson batted .311, while rotating between pitcher and short stop with fellow star Kegan Branum. He earned first team all-district honors for his outstanding season.

Bryce Elder Decatur, Sophomore
Elder posted a 2.63 ERA through 37.1 innings on the mound for the Eagles.
Brandon Hardee Boyd, Senior
Hardee finished the season with a 1.44 ERA and earned honorable mention all-district recognition in 2015.
Colton Batterton Boyd, Senior
The Boyd catcher hit .371 with 23 RBIs and two home runs to go with a .965 fielding percentage.
Kalan Johnson Chico, Junior
The Chico infielder batted .433 and posted a .847 fielding percentage at second base.
Brady North Chico, Junior
North posted a .342 batting average, while reaching base on 43 percent of his at-bats.
Clayton Egle Decatur, Senior
Egle finished the season with a .400 on-base percentage and 12 stolen bases.
Jared Huff Bridgeport, Senior
Huff pitched and played first and third base for the Bulls. He was voted to the 8-4A second-team for his work on the mound.
Cooper Hering Alvord, Junior
The second baseman was named to the 10-2A first-team after batting .395 with 11 runs.
Tyler Ticknor Decatur, Sophomore
Ticknor hit .321 with six doubles and nine RBIs.
John Bridgeman Paradise, Senior
Bridgemann was selected to the 9-3A All-District first-team.
Dallas Vann Northwest, Junior
The Texans outfielder hit .330 in 2014 and followed that with another strong campaign in 2015

2015 All-Henderson County Baseball Team

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Player of the Year: Travis Takata Athens • Senior

Superlative honors
Coach of the Year: Brad Wallace, Malakoff
Offensive Player of the Year: Hunter Snow Junior, Malakoff
Defensive Player of the Year: Braylon Cable, Senior, Malakoff
King of the Hill: Jack Amheiser, Junior, Athens
Sophomore of the Year: Tyler Crawford, Sophomore, Malakoff
Newcomer of the Year: Ethan Snow, Freshman, Malakoff

First team
Pitcher: Jake Conner, Sophomore, Brownsboro
Catcher: Brandon Boyd, Junior, Athens
First Base: Landon Mason, Senior, Brownsboro
Second Base: Kyle Miers, Junior, Cross Roads
Third Base: Landon Bynum, Junior, Athens
Shortstop: Michael Canales, Senior, Athens
Outfield: Jeremy Bateman, Junior, Athens
Outfield: Cory Strawn, Freshman, Eustace
Outfield: Wyatt Rinehart, Junior, Brownsboro

Second team
Pitcher: Tristen Tobey, Junior, Malakoff
Catcher: Toby Davis, Junior, Brownsboro
First Base: Esteban Chairez, Junior, Athens
Second Base: Braxton Watters, Junior, Kemp
Third Base: Caleb Seale, Senior, Brownsboro
Shortstop: Cory Dodds, Junior, Brownsboro
Outfield: Dominic Powell, Senior, Athens
Outfield: Ian Boothe, Senior, Mabank
Outfield: Calbert Hukill, Senior, Kemp

Honorable Mention
ATHENS: Alex Fernandez
BROWNSBORO: Cody Renfro, Braden Womack, Austin Fout.
CROSS ROADS: Tyler Johnson, Will Van Dusen, Dalton McCurley, Nick Alvarado, Trey Hazelip.
EUSTACE: Hayden Shaddox, Gannon Kirkhart, Cody Strawn, Hudson Mahaffey.
MALAKOFF: Brandon Cook.
MABANK: Cody Thompson, Colt Conway, Dalton Penix, Darien Hamilton, Brian Henderson, Pearson Johannesen, Tristan Mellurn.

Greater West Texas Baseball Coaches All-Star Roster 4A/5A/6A

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Team 1
P Zane Grigsby, Bushland
P/SS Jacob McDougal, TCHS
P/2B J.P. Poe, Sweetwater
P Aaron Marquez, Andrews
P/OF Matt Stafford, Levelland
C/2B Hunter Hays, LCHS
C/P Johnny Castillo, Perryton
C Ty Hooper, Pampa
C Christian Fletcher, Snyder
C/P Grant Hill, Estacado
1B Cade Copeland, Levelland
1B/P Jesse Alonzo, Seminole
1B/P Matt Febala, Ft. Stockton
2B/SS Tony Marquez, Estacado
2B Dylan Hargrove, Snyder
2B Jay Castro, Ft. Stockton
3B/P Michael Garrison, Ft. Stockton
3B/C/P Brendan Clanton, Levelland
3B/SS Josh Drennan, Vernon
SS Teagen Shelton, Bushland
OF Braden Keown, Pampa
OF/1B John Beck, TCHS
OF Caleb O’Conner, Andrews
OF Isaiah McGee, Sweetwater
OF,3B Brennen Dominguez, Seminole

Coach Kelly Cowan, Perryton

Team 2
P/1B Juan Cruz Perryton
P Brody Gaines, Pampa
P/SS Hayden Reeves, Sweetwater
P/OF Colby Diggs, Snyder
P Kenny Bills, Andrews
P/OF Kevin Marler, Ft. Stockton
C/SS Zachry Redwine, Midland Greenwood
C Abe Harder, Seminole
1B/2B Jace Hammack, Andrews
1B/P Colby Webb, Borger
2B Ed Gardner, Borger
3B/P Kutter Derryberry, Snyder
3B/P Tyler Beasley, Sweetwater
3B Trent Carlton, Brownwood
3B Marc Garcia, Andrews
SS Peyton Maddox, LCHS
SS/2B Gilbert Mata, Ft. Stockton
SS Arturo Morales, Andrews
SS/P Justin Hernandez, Seminole
OF Cayden Morse, Bushland
OF/C Shea Breznick, Borger
PF Zach Mesneak, Borger
OF/P Isaac Acosta, Ft. Stockton
OF Jacob Chappell, Snyder
OF/P Zac Guinn, Borger

Coach Rodney Garner, Andrews


5A/6A GWTBCA All-Star Team

Team 1
P Davis Martin, San Angelo Central
P Chandler Casey, Frenship
P Dos Downing, Midland
P Kyler McCoy, Dumas
C Jared Frankhouser, Lubbock Monterey
1B Koby Claborn, Frenship
SS Austin Baker, Canyon
SS Jackson Slaton, Lubbock Monterey
IF Colmen Hendershot, Lubbock Coronado
IF Landon Shofner, Lubbock Coronado
3B Ryan DeLeon, Plainview
3B Mason Mason Gohr, Midland
OF Jerod Rodriguez, Plainview
OF Matthew Montes, Odessa
OF Jake Rodriguez, Midland
OF Isaac Garland, Canyon
OF Jordan Knight, Lubbock Monterey
OF JJ Buentello Hereford

Coach Chad Reynolds, Frenship

Team 2
P Blake Canis, Midland
P Raul Andrade, Odessa
P Landon Sawyer, San Angelo Central
P Hunter Spaeth, Lubbock Monterey
C Braden Scruvnerm, Midland
1B Paxstyn Oldfield, Plainview
IF Nick Bartley Lubbock Coronado
IF Matt Zamora, Hereford
3B Nic Fonseca, Canyon Randall
SS Michael Solis, Plainview
SS Jake Salyer, Frenship
SS Brett Taff, Canyon Randall
SS Josh Minjarez, San Angelo Central
OF Braden Rushton, Midland
OF Clay Wegner, San Angelo Central
OF Jake Pederson, OF Canyon Randall
OF Brent Silvas, Plainview

Coach Patrick Penry, San Angelo Central

Great West Texas Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game 2A/3A

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GWTBCA All-Stars 2A/3A

Team 1
P Kade Colley, Haskell
P Zach LaRoe, Clarendon
P Anthony Ontiveros, Seagraves
C Dom Herrera, Tahoka
C William Boyles, Plain
IF Hank Stokes, Hawley
IF Michael Gonzales, Stamford
IF Austin Colter, Ira
IF Henry Smith, Haskell
IF Dakota Gage, Littlefield
IF Garrett Kilgora, Forsan
IF Evan Roble, Denver City
IF Carson Kirkpatrick, Post
IF Wesley Clarkson, Muleshoe
IF Bryson Turner, Ralls
IF Nick Ponciano, New Deal
OF Jared Reagan, Booker
OF Hunter Watson, Ralls
OF Brigan Wheat, Sanford Fritch
OF Skyler Ward, Sanford Fritch
OF Gabe Hewitt, Hawley
OF Isaiah Arce, Tahoka

Coach – Jerry Pyles, Post
Coach – David Delgado, Denver City
Coach – Michael Ramos, Post

Team 2
P Callen Johnson, Idalou
P Hayden Davie, Idalou
C Dustin Smith, Muleshoe
C Zachary Goodwin, Ira
IF Israel Silva, Booker
IF Riky Cervera, Floydada
IF Kevin Sanders, Ira
IF Rex Wyatt, Hawley
IF Joseph Pacheco, Idalou
IF Reese Rogers, Littlefield
IF Mason Coor, Borden Countyy
IF Hunter LIle, Booker
IF Colton Taylor, Tahoka
IF Macon Thornton, Tahoka
IF Brennen Fowler, Smyer
IF Baylor Bean, New Deal
OF Tucker Lowrance, Floydada
OF Ty Cortez, Kermit
OF Chase Galyean, Kermit
OF Brody Pinkerton, Shallowater
OF Zack Sperry, Idalou
OF Braden Bessire, Muleshoe

Coach – Mitch McNeese, Littlefield

2015 Amarillo Globe News Super Team

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Amarillo Globe News


Pitcher Jared Reagan, Sr., Booker
Ace posted 13-3 record with a 1.63 ERA and 129 strikeouts in 81⅔ innings.
Pitcher Jake Gonzales, Sr., Randall
District 3-5A MVP led Raiders by going 11-1 while also leading team by hitting .443 with 43 RBIs.
Pitcher Zack LaRoe, Sr., Clarendon
District 2-2A MVP helped Broncos win district title with 2.19 ERA and 95 strikeouts in 57⅔ innings.
Pitcher Zane Grigsby, Sr., Bushland
Recorded 11-2 record with a 2.37 ERA and 95 strikeouts in 81 innings as District 1-4A MVP.
Catcher Clay Koelzer, Jr., Amarillo High
Switch-hitter was first-team All-District 2-6A selection, batting .380 with four home runs and 28 RBIs.
First base Paxton Covel, Jr., Randall
First-team All-District 3-5A pick hit .337 and drove in 16 runs in middle of Randall’s potent lineup.
Infield Brett Taff, Sr., Randall
Repeat selection at shortstop hit .417 with three home runs and 34 RBIs as first team 3-5A pick.
Infield Tommy Williams, So., Canyon
Made a big splash in first season at second base, batting .346 with two home runs and 31 RBIs.
Infield Blake Frye, Jr., River Road
District 1-3A MVP led Wildcats to unbeaten district title, hitting .544 with three home runs and 26 RBIs.
Designated hitter J.T. Fogg, Sr., Amarillo High
Led the Sandies by hitting .390 with 32 RBIs as first team 2-6A pick.
Outfield Owen Carver, Jr., Canyon
First-team 3-5A pick sparked Eagles as leadoff hitter, batting .324 and leading team with 42 runs.
Outfield Zac Guinn, Sr., Borger
Led Borger’s offense by hitting .432 with six home runs and 43 RBIs as first-team 1-4A selection.
Outfield Angel “Beans” Ramirez, Sr., Booker
Left-handed bat in the middle of lineup hit .481 and drove in 52 runs for state semifinalists.
Utility Trey Griffin, So., West Texas High
Batted .421 with 28 RBIs at shortstop while posting a 6-3 record with 91 strikeouts on the mound.
Newcomer Bostyn Andrews, So., Bushland
Led team with .442 average and had 23 RBIs at second base in first varsity season for 1-4A champs.

Honorable Mention

J.J. Buentello, Sr., P, Hereford
Jaylon Burnett, So., P, River Road
Jonathan Castillo, Sr., C, Perryton
Caleb Cobb, Jr., INF, Clarendon
Juan Cruz, Sr., P, Perryton
Isaac D’Agostino, Jr., INF-P, Tascosa
Brecken Dressler, Jr., P, Randall
Cade Engle, Jr., INF, Pampa
Will Foster, Sr., INF, Childress
Delton Hall, Sr., C-DH, Randall
Brady Hermesmeyer, Jr., P, Borger
Heston Kjerstad, Jr., OF, Randall
Taner Latham, Jr., INF, Bushland
Walker Lemaster, Jr., OF, River Road
Mason Loflin, Sr., P, Friona
Jansen Martinez, Jr., P, Childress
Jake Pederson, Sr., OF, Randall
Nico Rodriguez, Jr., 1B, Caprock
Israel Silva, Sr., INF, Booker
Tanner Thompson, Jr., INF-P, West Texas High
Merrick Tipps, Sr., INF, San Jacinto Christian
Skylar Ward, Sr., OF, Sanford-Fritch
Tristan Washington, Sr., OF-P, Palo Duro
Colby Webb, Sr., 1B, Borger
Dre Williams, Jr., OF, Bushland

2015 Lone Star Varsity Baseball Team (Lubbock Area)

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LONE STAR VARSITY BASEBALL (Chosen by the Lubbock Avalanche Journal)


Player of the Year:P Koby Claborn, Sr., Frenship
Newcomer of the Year: 3B Garrett Wright, Soph., Monterey
Coach of the Year: Mitch McNeese, Littlefield: After several strong seasons as both a player and coach for the Wildcats, McNeese led Littlefield to its first ever state tournament appearance. The Wildcats lose in the state semifinals to West.

P Paxstyn Oldfield, Sr., Plainview: Oldfield was a three-year starter and two-time first team all-district player that batted .325 with 34 runs 23 RBIs, 10 doubles, three triples and four homers – including three in the postseason. Oldfield had knee surgery after football season and returned to post a 1.77 ERA with 113 strikeouts in 83 innings pitched.
C Hunter Hays, Sr., Lubbock Christian: The ACU signee batted .481 with a .602 OBP and 35 RBIs on a state championship Eagles team.
1B Brennen Fowler, Sr., Smyer: Fowler batted .605 with 25 RBIs this year and also had an ERA of 1.05 with 58 strikeouts in 26.2 innings pitcher. Fowler is an LCU signee for baseball and basketball. Fowler was the Lone Star Varsity boys basketball player of the year.
2B Landon Shofner, Sr., Coronado: Shofner will play collegiately at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.
3B Tresten Kennard, Jr., Frenship: Kennard hit .404 with 36 RBIs with 42 hits, 11 doubles, four triples, two homers and 36 runs scored. He also slugged .644 with a .404 OBP. Kennard is expected to play quarterback for Frenship this fall.
SS Jake Salyer, Sr., Frenship: Salyer started every game over the past three years for the Tigers and will walk-on to Texas Tech. He hit .375 with 18 RBIs and scored 39 runs. Salyer had 42 hits, 10 doubles, three triples and a homer.
OF Jordan Salas, Jr., Cooper: Salas led the Pirates with a .367 average, .468 OBP and .567 slugging percentage. He also had 20 RBIs, 11 extra base hits and nine stolen bases with a 1.000 fielding percentage.
OF J.D. Townsend, Jr., Shallowater: Townsend batted .416 as a leadoff hitter and .486 in the postseason.
OF Hayden Davey, Sr., Idalou: The Dodge City Community College signee batted .431 with 12 runs scored and 18 RBIs. He also finished his pitching career with a 15-3 record and 131 strikeouts in 97 innings.
Extra player: Ryan Kotulek, Jr., Shallowater: Kotulek finished the season throwing three no-hitters and is a verbal commitment to Texas Tech.


P Collin Isbell, Jr., Idalou: Isbell was the District MVP after batting .529 with 31 runs and finishing 10-1 on the mound with 90 strikeouts in 74 innings pitched, finishing with a 1.28 ERA.
C Brody Barnes, Soph., Sundown: The two-year starter batted .422 this year and led Sundown with a .551 OBP and 24 RBIs. Barnes scored 22 runs and finished with a .994 fielding average.
1B Reese Rogers, Sr., Littefield: The four-year starter batted .367 with 33 hits and a .500 OBP.
2B Josh Salazar, Sr., Slaton: Normally the Tigers shortstop, Salazar batted .473 this year, including .538 in district play with two homers, 10 extra base hits and 16 stolen bases. The three-time all-district selection had 39 strikeouts in 29 innings pitched.
3B Nico Garza, Jr., Coronado: The utility played batted .368 with 34 RBIs and 29 runs scored. He also went 6-2 as a pitcher in 47.1 innings.
SS Trevor Paradoski, Jr., Coronado: Paradoski batted .447 with 12 doubles and three triples. He also added 34 RBIs and 33 runs scored.
OF Jordan Knight, Sr., Monterey: Knight batted .402 with 39 hits, three doubles, four triples and had a .525 OBP.
OF AJ Perez, Jr., Cooper: Perez batted .364 in the leadoff role with a .431 OBP. He also scored 25 runs and had 12 stolen bases.
OF Parker Pierce, Jr., Lubbock Christian: Pierce batted .471 with a .571 OBP as a leadoff batter. He stole 14 bases on the Eagles state championship team.
Extra player: Manuel Rios. Jr., Estacado: Rios batted .477 with 17 doubles and 30 RBIs. The three-year starter has also been a three-time all-district selection.

2015 All-Central Texas Team (Austin Area)

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Chris Paddack, a pitcher at Cedar Park, has been honored by the American-Statesman as the All-Central Texas Player of the Year for the 2015 baseball season. Paddack compiled an 11-0 record during his senior season, and he posted 134 strikeouts and a 0.46 ERA.

FIRST TEAM: Cedar Park P Chris Paddack; Bowie P Kyle Gray; Connally P Jordan Murphy; Stony Point C Ivan Vera; Georgetown 1B T.J. Raguse; Thorndale 2B Dillon Bankston; San Marcos SS David Hamilton; Georgetown 3B Ty Markee; Lake Travis OF Chris Roller; Dripping Springs OF Ethan Fernea; Hendrickson OF Jaylon Brooks; Bowie DH Joe Davis; St. Michael’s UTIL Calvin Bush

SECOND TEAM: Hyde Park P Johnathon Bitzer; Austin High P Patrick Pate; Taylor P Justin Rumley; Lago Vista C Collin Docker; Dripping Springs 1B Jared Wenkheimer; Pflugerville 2B Ricky Martinez; Lago Vista SS Alex DeLeon; McCallum 3B Jesse Levy-Rubinett; Round Rock OF Cameron Blake; San Marcos OF Carlos Villasana; Cedar Creek OF Pat Vardell; Akins DH Austin McNicholas; Hutto UTIL Chris Pisella

2015 Max Preps All-American Team

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MaxPreps 2015 Small Schools All-American Baseball Team
Schools less than 1000 in enrollment

First Team
IF – Hunter Lile, Booker (Texas), 5-10, 175, Senior
Honors: Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 2A All-State Team; Amarillo Globe Super Team Player of the Year.

Stats: .588 batting average (60-for-102), 68 runs, 41 RBIs, 11 doubles, 8 triples, 2 home runs.

Second Team
P – Bailey Horn, West (Texas), 6-1, 165, Junior
Honors: Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 3A All-State Team; Waco Tribune All-Super CenTex Team.

Stats: 13-0 pitching record, 1.34 ERA, 120 strikeouts.

MaxPreps 2015 Medium Schools All-American Baseball Team

Second Team
P – Rixey Boyd, Argyle (Texas), 5-11, 175, Senior
Honors: Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 4A All-State Team; Denton Chronicle All-Area Player of the Year; Dallas Morning News All-Area First Team.

Stats: 13-1 pitching record, 1.00 ERA, 70 strikeouts

UT – Chase Shugart, Bridge City (Texas), 6-2, 240, Senior
Honors: Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 4A All-State Team; Beaumont Enterprise Super Gold Player of the Year.

Stats: 10-2 pitching record, 0.67 ERA, 2 no-hitters, .544 batting average, 27 RBIs, 9 home runs.

MaxPreps 2015 All-American Baseball Team

First Team

P – Beau Burrows, Weatherford (Texas), 6-2, 200, Senior
Honors: Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 6A All-State Team; All-Parker County Player of the Year; Fort Worth Star Telegram Super Team.

Drafted: No. 22 overall by the Detroit Tigers.

Stats: 8-3 pitching record, 0.79 ERA, 132 strikeouts, 15 walks, 71 innings pitched, 2 shutouts.

1B – Luken Baker, Oak Ridge (Conroe, Texas), 6-4, 240, Senior
Honors: ABCA All-Region 6 Team; NHSBCA Region 6 Player of the Year; Gatorade National Player of the Year; THSBCA Class 6A All-State Team; Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Player of the Year.

Drafted: No. 1099 overall by the Houston Astros.

Stats: 12-1 pitching record, 1.19 ERA, 131 strikeouts, 21 walks, 88 innings pitched, .440 batting average (37 for 84), 24 runs, 16 RBIs, 5 doubles, 8 home runs.

IF – Ke’bryan Hayes, Concordia Lutheran (Tomball, Texas), 6-1, 207, Senior
Honors: ABCA All-Region 6 Team; NHSBCA All-Region 6 Team; TAPPS All-State Team; Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Team; Houston 5A Baseball First Team.

Drafted: No. 32 overall by the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Stats: .436 batting average (41 for 94), 22 runs, 27 RBIs, 16 doubles, 1 triple, 3 home runs.

OF – Trent Clark, Richland (North Richland Hills, Texas), 6-0, 200, Senior
Honors: ABCA All-Region 6 Team; Dallas Morning News All-Area Hitter of the Year; THSBCA Class 6A All-State First Team; Fort Worth Star Telegram Super Team Player of the Year.

Drafted: No. 15 overall by the Milwaukee Brewers.

Stats: .550 batting average, 33 runs, 8 doubles, 3 triples, 2 home runs, 24 RBIs.

P – Coby Weaver, Hallsville (Texas), 6-1, 200, Senior
Honors: THSBCA Class 5A All-State Team.

Stats: 10-2 record, 0.86 ERA, 9 complete games, back-to-back perfect games, 157 strikeouts, 25 walks, 78.1 innings pitched, 3 perfect games for the season.

IF – Kody Clemens, Memorial (Houston), 6-1, 170, Senior
Honors: ABCA All-Region 6 Team; THSBCA Class 6A All-State Team; Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston Team; Houston 6A Baseball Player of the Year.

Drafted: No. 1039 overall by the Houston Astros.

Stats: .553 batting average (52 for 94), 36 runs, 37 RBIs, 12 doubles, 5 triples, 8 home runs.

2015 All-Brazos Valley Team

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P – Landon Miner, Jr, Bryan
P – Dylan Bohnert, Jr, Anderson-Shiro
P – Kyle Richardson, Jr, College Station
1B – Garrett Kunetka, Sr, Burton
2B – Jaxxon Grisham, Sr, College Station
SS – Cade Harris, Sr, Centerville
3B – Brady Derrett, Sr, Anderson-Shiro
OF – Ryan Johnson, Sr, College Station
OF – Nick Gurka, Sr, Navasota
UT – Jeramey Johnson, Sr, Bryan Rudder
DH – Jordan Cannon, Sr, Centerville
C – Ryan Newman, Sr, Brenham

Coach of the Year – Matt Harbin, Bryan Rudder


P – Frank Franco, Sr, Mumford
P – Dylan Lester, Sr, Brenham
P – Blake Wellman, Sr, Brenham
1B – Michael Starnes, Sr, St. Joseph
SS – Walker Davis, Sr, College Station
SS – Jaime Dominguez, Sr, Cameron Yoe
3B – Sam McElreath, Sr, Brenham
OF – Sammy Blair, Jr, Navasota
C – Sean Arnold, Jr, Bryan Rudder
C – Holt Van Etten, Sr, Bryan
UT – Luke Mclure, Sr, St. Joseph
UT – Hunter Thomas, Jr, Franklin

2015 All-South Texas Baseball Team

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MVP – Dylan Duarte, Sr, Calallen, P/1B
Newcomer of the Year – Brandon Broughton, Fr, Calallen
Coach of the Year – J.K. Moody, Bishop


Pitchers: Jesse Ray, Jr, Robstown
Pitcher: Kyle Hill, Sr, Calallen
Pitcher: Gilbert Trevino, Sr, CC Ray
Catcher: Nathan Freitag, Sr, Tuloso-Midway
1B: Matt Anderson, Sr Flour-Bluff
2B: Josh Baltierra, Jr, Callallen
SS: Ryan Gonzalez, Sr, CC Carroll
3B: Michael Berglund, Jr, CC Carroll
OF: Michael Garza, Sr, CC King
OF: Sage Hamon, Jr, Gregory-Portland
OF: Chase Whetsel, sr, Calallen
Utility: Aaron Hernandez, Sr, CC Moody


P: Daniel Arevalo, Falfurrias, sr.
P: Triston Busse, Gregory-Portland, sr.
P: Aaron Cardona, Bishop, sr.
C: Erik Lozano, King, sr.
1B: Payne Whatley, Odem, sr.
2B: Javier Camacho, Ray, jr.
SS: Kobrey Garcia, Bishop, sr.
3B: T.J. Vela, Odem, jr.
OF: Ryan Garza, Robstown, jr.
OF: Jared Lira, Carroll, sr.
OF: Nathan Rabe, Calallen, jr.
Utility: Anthony Gomez, Banquete, jr.


P: A.G. Ayala, Miller, soph.
P: Michael Everett, Odem, soph.
P: Jordan Martinez, Sinton, soph.
C: Tucker Redden, sr., Rockport-Fulton
1B: Gabriel Gomez, Ray, sr.
2B: Trey Hudson, Rockport-Fulton, sr.
SS: Nick Loftin, Ray, soph.
3B: Austin Taylor, Rockport-Fulton, jr.
OF: John Gaddis, Calallen, soph.
OF: Anthony Montoya, Flour Bluff, jr.
OF: John Jacob Perez, Sinton, sr.
Utility: Jacob Porterfield, Flour Bluff, sr.

2015 All-Texomaland Baseball Team

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Player of the Year — Reagan MacDonald, Sr., Gunter
Coach of the Year — Bart Williams, Pottsboro

First Team
First Base
Mason Sargent, Sr., Leonard
Was second team all-district in 13-3A. Hit .353 with six doubles, 24 RBI and 12 runs.
Second Base
David Bedgood, Soph., Sherman
Was second-team all-district in 10-5A. Hit .361 with 20 RBI, 9 steals.
Third Base
Hunter Watson, Fr., Denison
Was Newcomer of Year in District 10-5A. Hit .406 with .553 on-base percentage, 10 doubles and 18 RBI
Laine Albert, Sr., Blue Ridge
Was named the MVP of 12-2A. Hit .516 with 26 RBI. Also 6-0 with 0.78 ERA and 66 strikeouts.
Max Dodd, Soph., Pottsboro
Was first-team all-district in 10-3A. Had 7-1 record with a 0.82 ERA and 56 strikeouts.
Catcher Houston Holland, Jr., Blue Ridge
Was Defensive Player of Year in 12-2A. Hit .466 with seven doubles, 23 RBI, 26 runs.
Also 7-1 with 1.56 ERA.
Landon Stevens, Sr., Pottsboro
Was Pitcher of Year in 10-3A. Was 7-3 with a 1.82 ERA, 80 strikeouts.
Hit .360 with 19 RBIs.
Anthony Vulpitta, Sr., Gunter
Was Offensive Player of Year in 10-3A.v Hit .438 with 36 runs and 23 RBI.
Kearon Redmon, Sr., Van Alstyne
Was the MVP of 13-3A.v Hit .469 with nine doubles, 26 RBI, 34 runs and 14 stolen bases.
Kendall Kennedy, Sr., Bonham
Was the 12-4A District MVP Was 10-1 with 84 strikeouts and 0.60 ERA.
Hit .381 with 31 RBI.
Hunter Vaught, Sr., Dodd City
Was Offensive Player of Year in 12-2A. Hit .436 with three homers, 25 RBI and 30 runs.
Will Jones, Jr., Van Alstyne
First-team all-district in 13-3A. Was 7-2 with a 0.96 ERA, 108 strike-outs in 65.2 innings. Hit .360 with 23 RBI.

Second Team
Kaleb Hammett, Sr., Dodd City
Alex Phillips, Sr., Van Alstyne
Casey Welch, Sr., S&S
Anthony Knight, Sr., Gunter
Colton Wheeler, Sr., Denison
Tyler Tuck, Sr., Pottsboro
Luke Thomas, Sr., Denison
Jared Prock, Sr., Bonham
Ryan Nixon, Jr., Leonard
Walker Copeland, Sr., Trenton
Matt Greenwood, Sr., Pilot Point
Preston Morse, Sr., Celina
Jordan Henry, Jr., Sherman
Dean Youngblood, Sr., Melissa

Honorable Mention
Gage Scribner, Jr., Anna
Dalton Eaves, Jr., Blue Ridge
Connor Hughes, Soph., Sherman
Corey Regan, Sr., Melissa
Klayton Keeton, Sr., Sam Rayburn
Travis Entrop, Sr., Celina
Kyler Kent, Jr., Pottsboro
Jacob David, Sr., Pilot Point
Trey Burden, Sr., Van Alstyne
Tyler Vance, Sr., Bells
Bryce Brakebill, Sr., Trenton
Cody Robinson, Soph., Whitesboro
Jeryd Puetz, Sr., Whitewright
Troy Watson, Sr., Gunter