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RYAN HILL AND JACOB RAMOS WIN TCL D-BAT WEEKLY AWARDS

Infielder Ryan Hill of the Highland Park Blue Sox and lefthander Jacob Ramos of the Coppell Copperheads have been selected as the Texas Collegiate League D-Bat Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively for June 20-26, the league office announced Monday.

Hill, a junior from Texas A&M, batted .400 (10-25) with two doubles, two homers, and six rbi in seven games for the Blue Sox last week. He also scored seven runs and hit safely in each of his seven games.

Hill’s season average is .300 with three homers and 10 rbi in 14 games for Highland Park.

Ramos, a junior from Lubbock Christian University, was 1-1, 2.13 in his two starts for the week. The lefthander allowed just four hits and three runs in 12.2 innings with 18 strikeouts. He pitched six shutout innings, issuing one hit with nine strikeouts in a win at Weatherford on June 21. Ramos worked 6.1 no-hit innings on June 26 versus Denton before allowing a three-run homer in a 3-0 loss. In 6.2 innings in that start, he permitted three hits and fanned nine batters.

Ramos is 3-1, 0.99 in four starts for Coppell this summer.

WORLD SERIES CHAMPS: Four members of the 2005 College World Series champions Texas Longhorns are headed to the Texas Collegiate League later this week. The listed is headed by freshman righthander Kenn Kasparek, who was 8-0, 2.10 in 15 games/12 starts for the Longhorns as a true freshman in 2005. He will pitch for the McKinney Marshals along with righthander Zach Gallenkamp, who was not on the CWS travel roster. The Denton Outlaws will welcome freshman lefthander Jordon Street, who was 0-1, 2.87 in nine appearances for Texas this season. He will join his twin brother, freshman righthander Juston Street, who was redshirted in 2005 and has been with the Outlaws since the start of the season. Junior outfielder/LHP Bryan Herrera will join the Coppell Copperheads.
In addition, first baseman/dh Will Crouch, who batted .336 with seven homers and 32 rbi for the Longhorns this season, was a member of the 2004 Highland Park Blue Sox.
The Longhorns won their sixth CWS championship by defeating Florida, two games to none, in the final series that concluded on Sunday in Omaha.






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