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Brahmas dominate in tourneys


Brahmas dominate in tourneys


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The Stockdale varsity baseball team has a 12-2 record so far this season, and has won its second consecutive tournament.

In their first tournament of the year, the Brahmas went to Blanco and finished third in the tournament with a record of 4-1. All-tournament honors went to Colton West, Heston Kay, and Tyler Soden.

The Brahmas won the Pettus tournament March 3-5 in convincing fashion, ruling out 3 of the 4 teams they played. They went on to beat Luling in the championship game to win the tournament.

The MVP of the tournament was Colton West, and all-tournament honors went to Trevor Baumann and Michael Opela.

The Brahmas traveled to Dilley March 10-12, and defeated Jourdanton, Freer, and Dilley to win the Dilley tournament. The MVP of the tournament was Heston Kay and all-tournament honors went to Colton West and Taylor Deason.
 

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