District 30-4A Standings
With a 6-3 win over Austin Regents on Tuesday night at Riverside Stadium, St. Joseph capped off a nine-game win streak to close out TAPPS District 3-4A play and secure the No. 2 seed headed into the playoffs.
Tim Gleinser is changing locations, and Trevor Brown will change positions.
Senior Bryeton Canchola nearly quit playing baseball after his junior season.
CORPUS CHRISTI - Victoria East pitcher Kyle Craft viewed Ryan Williams' misfortune as an opportunity.
The ball was in shallow left field, but Victoria East coach Wes Kolle never stopped waving Trevor Brown home as he rounded third base.
In a game that seemed to mirror their fluctuating season, the St. Joseph Flyers grabbed the lead Monday night at Riverside Stadium and didn't give it back.
Want to know where you or your favorite high school player ranks among the other Crossroads' players? We want to help. We're asking for baseball and softball coaches to submit their up-to-date season stats. Coaches may submit stats for the following categories: batting average, home runs, RBIs, stolen bases, pitching wins, pitching strikeouts and walks. Only submissions from coaches will be accepted. The stats will appear in Thursday's edition. Deadline to send stats is 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Coaches continuously warn their players to focus on the present and not to look ahead.
HALLETTSVILLE - Weston Seay wasn't feeling up to par, but it was hard to tell when he was on the mound.
CORPUS CHRISTI - Victoria West was on the verge of being eliminated from playoff contention.
Victoria West coach Manuel Alvarado wasn't about to let brotherly love get in the way of an important District 30-4A game.