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Barrios Leads Saints on All Region List
05/19/2011

After winning the Region VI Championship last weekend,
three Seward County Saints have a cherry to add to the top of their
cake.  Freshman shortstop Jake Barrios, sophomore outfielder Tyler Hill,
and sophomore ace Logan Hall have all  been named to the NJCAA
All-Region VI teams.  Barrios is the Region VI Champs lone 1st Team
selection in a rookie campaign in which he currently sits at .361 with a
team high 7 home runs and 53 RBI's.  The Saints defensive anchor did
more than his fair share of glove work this season as well, dazzling
onlookers this weekend at the Region VI Tournament with a number of
highlight reel plays to both sides of his shortstop position.  Hill was
a 2nd Team pick in the outfield and deservedly so, after leading the
Saints in hitting much of the season and will check into the JUCO World
Series hitting at a .399 clip.  Hill is second on the team to Barrios
with 52 RBI's and has also been solid in the field for the Saints,
recording just one error in 118 chances, good for a .991 fielding
percentage.  Hall joins a loaded class of pitchers on this seasons 2nd
Team as the Seward staff ace is 10-2 on the season to this point.  He
has thrown 7 complete games for the Saints this season while working 89
innings and is currently second in school history in wins with 17 and
innings pitched with 178 1/3.  (Roy Allen)

 

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