Anna shortstop Rawley Hector has been named a First-Team All-State pick in Class 4A by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association. Hector was one of two 4A shortstops in the state to earn this honor for the 2019 season.
Melissa baseball standouts Tyler Womack and Trevor Brooks have been named to the Class 4A All-State team by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association. Womack earned Second-Team All-State as a second baseman and Brooks was named Third-Team All-State at catcher.
Voted the District 11-4A Offensive MVP as well this year, Hector hit .621 with a .734 on-base percentage and posted six doubles, five triples and six home runs. He finished with 27 RBI, 42 runs scored and 24 stolen bases.
“He was kind of our table-setter and also that guy that would clean things up for us,” Anna head coach Joey Hector said recently.
Hector, a junior next year, is verbally committed to Texas A&M University. Prep Baseball Report ranks him the No. 1 high school prospect in Texas for 2021 and 8th in the nation. Perfect Game has him at No. 2 in the state, 12th in the nation.
Brooks claimed First-Team All-District honors as a junior last season, posting a .391 batting average with nine doubles, two triples and a homer for 23 RBI. “Every time we needed a big hit, Trevor seemed to clutch-up and do his job,” Cardinals head coach Jason Russell said recently.
Also a junior last season, Womack hit .355 with six doubles and two triples for 22 RBI, earning Second-Team All-District honors. Russell has called him “about the best pure hitter we’ve had.”
Melissa is coming off a 28-13 season that featured a program-best-tying run to the fourth round of the playoffs.