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Cass' Campbell heads nine locals receiving All Region 7-AAAAA honors

Cass baseball standout Bailey Campbell was recently selected 2017 co-Offensive Player of the Year by Region 7-AAAAA coaches to lead a group of nine locals honored by the league.

Campbell, a Young Harris College commit, hit for a .415 batting average with three homers and 11 extra base hits with 13 RBIs as the Colonels finished with a 15-15 season mark.

He was joined on the All-Region 7-AAAAA First Team by teammate Jake Collum and Woodland standouts Jacob Frye and Hunter Reaid.

Collum had a .393 batting average that included ten doubles, 13 RBIs, and five stolen bases. He is a Georgia Highlands College commit.

Woodland infielder Jacob Frye hit .431 with a homer, seven extra base hits, and 15 RBIs. He also stole nine bases.

Wildcats’ catcher, Hunter Reaid, hit .442 for the season with one home run and five doubles. The Shorter University commit drove in 12 runs and stole one base.

Photo Credits TC Pics. Clockwise from top left: Collum, Fry, Reaid, Cornett, Bagwell, Williams, Stansell, Jinks


Five more Woodland players received region honors as the Cats finished 18-10.

Garrett Cornett and Grayson Bagwell of the Wildcats were named to the All-Region Second Team.

Cornett, an outfielder, hit .255 with four extra base hits and six RBIs. He swiped eight bases. Bagwell was selected as a pitcher. He worked 31 innings in 2017 with 23 strikeouts and a 2.25 ERA.

Woodland’s Cauy Williams, Koby Stansel, and Kenny Jinks received All-Region Honorable Mention.

Williams, committed to D-I USC-Upstate, hit .321 for the year with one home run and 14 RBIs. He also had a 3.06 ERA on the mound in 32 innings and fanned 36 opposing batters.

Stansel was a .240 hitter as an infielder for Woodland with a double, ten RBIs, and a stolen base.

Jinks struck out 13 in 16 innings of work on the mound for the Wildcats. He finished with a 1-1 record and an ERA of 3.36.

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