Brek Galbreath

Joshua senior Brek Galbreath received THSBCA Class 5A All-State honors as both a pitcher and outfielder.

Seven players from Johnson County received recognition on the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State Team.

Joshua senior Brek Galbreath received THSBCA Class 5A All-State recognition at two different positions. The state champion powerlifter was a second-team pick as an outfielder and a third-team selection at pitcher.

Galbreath, a first-team all-district selection in 14-5A, hit .394 with a .504 on-base percentage and a .566 slugging percentage with 24 RBIs, 27 runs and 12 extra-base hits. On the mound, Galbreath went 6-3 with 19 earned runs and 20 walks allowed against 96 strikeouts in 72 innings pitched for a 1.84 ERA and 0.98 WHIP. Galbreath will continue his baseball career at Oklahoma Baptist University.

The Burleson Centennial Spartans received a pair of first-team selections on the Class 5A THSBCA All-State Team in senior pitcher Jacob Meador and senior shortstop Miguel Santos. Meador was also selected as an ‘at-large’ selection to the THSBCA All-Star Team.

Meador capped off a brilliant high school career for the Spartans with a 10-1 record this season as he allowed only seven earned runs, 24 hits and 23 walks allowed against 162 strikeouts in 77 innings pitched for a 0.63 ERA and a 0.61 WHIP to go along with a stellar .950 fielding percentage.

Meador was also the District 5-5A most valuable player. Meador was selected in the 31st round of the MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners, but he will continue his career at TCU.

Santos was a monster at the plate for the Spartans in 2019 as he slashed .500./557/.879 with 38 RBIs, 43 runs, 25 extra-base hits, four homers and 11 triples. He also received District 5-5A offensive player of the year honors and will resume his career at McLennan Community College.

On the Class 4A THSBCA All-State Team, the Godley Wildcats are represented with a pair of all-state second-team selections in senior first baseman Chase Lummus and senior outfielder Easton James.

Chase Lummus

Godley senior Chase Lummus was voted to the THSBCA Class 4A All-State Team.

Lummus, headed to the University of Texas, hit .350 with 26 RBIs, 13 runs and 16 extra-base hits with an OPS of 1.097. James slashed .460/.530/.690 with 25 RBIs, 31 runs, 13 extra-base hits and 11 stolen bases.

Lummus was voted the District 7-4A pitcher of the year while James received District 7-4A offensive player of the year honors.

Easton James

Godley senior outfielder Easton James was a second-team selection to the THSBCA Class 4A All-State Team.

And on the Class 3A THSBCA All-State Team, the Grandview Zebras received two selections in senior outfielder Caleb Hill, a first-team nod, and senior pitcher Trenton Sulak, a third-team selection.

Hill, also a THSBCA All-Star, hit .505 with a stellar .612 on-base percentage with 32 RBIs, 52 runs, 17 extra-base hits and 24 stolen bases. Hill was also the District 17-3A offensive player of the year and is set to continue his playing career at Nicholls State University.

Trenton Sulak

Grandview senior pitcher Trenton Sulak went 9-0 with a sub-1 ERA to earn all-state honors for the Zebras.

Sulak was untouchable in 2019 and got stronger as the season went on as he finished with a 9-0 record with only three earned runs and 17 walks allowed in 58.1 innings pitched with 73 strikeouts for a sparkling 0.41 ERA.

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