FOUR & MORE: Best Inland Area Catchers
1. Andy Thomas, Murrieta Mesa — 6-foot-3, 195-pound senior has led the Rams to the best start in their history, batting .347 with two home runs, four triples and 17 RBI in 25 games. Committed to Baylor University.
2. Rory Smith, Riverside King — 6-foot, 190-pound junior is batting .415 with two HRs, four doubles and a 1.050 OPS in 24 games. Verbally committed to California Baptist Univ.
3. Trevor Berl, Riverside Woodcrest Christian — Multi-dimensional senior had a team-high 30 hits in 80 plate appearances (.441 batting average).
4. Antonio Garcia, Rancho Cucamonga — Senior leads all CIF-Southern Section catchers with 13 doubles 5 triples (.403 BA) in 22 games.
Chris Jimenez, Rancho Cucamonga Etiwanda — Junior is sixth among CIF-SS Cs with four HRs.
Andrew Jurado, Riverside North — Four-year varsity player batting .294 in 235 career ABs.
Joshua Pimentel, Norco — Junior rock in a rolling season, batting .365 in 23 games.
Matt Zimprich, MoVal Canyon Springs — 6-foot, 205-pound senior is batting .342 in 25 games.
John McKee, Jr., (Redlands East Valley)
Hunter Montgomery, Jr. (Corona Centennial)
Steve Ramirez, Soph. (Rancho Cucamonga Etiwanda)
Cameron Vollmer, Soph. (Riverside Hillcrest)