Eagles earn district baseball honors
by Bruce Harper
May 31, 2011 | 1102 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Pettus Eagle varsity baseball team garnered a few postseason District 31-A individual honors as two Eagles were named to the district’s first team and two were selected for the second team by the coaches.

First team all-district performers included Eagle pitcher Ryan Beck. The right hander went through a tough season and was always on the mound against the district’s top teams. He kept the Pettus boys in the game and gave the Eagles a chance to win almost every time out. Infielder Dylan Dunn also was named to the first team for his fine play in the Eagle infield. A slick defensive player with some pop in his bat, Dunn provided a stabilizing influence in the Eagle infield for coach Anthony Ramirez.

Second team all-district honors were bestowed on outfielder Hunter Tomlin and catcher Taylor Yeoman.

The Eagles also had several players make the Academic All-District 31-A team. Players must be in good standing on the team and they must maintain a 90 or above average in the classroom to be considered for the elite squad of student-athletes.

Eagles making the grade on and off the field include Ryan Beck, Clay Brown, James Constante, Casey Jones, Lane Kruger and Taylor Yeoman.
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