Three Tigers named to MACJC All State baseball team
CLARKSDALE — Recently, the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) announced its 2018 All-State Teams. The Coahoma Community College baseball team was honored to have three of its top players recognized.
Three CCC players made 1st Team All-States: Wyatt Bailey, Eduardo Munoz and Zac Gilder made 2nd Team All-States.
Bailey and Munoz led Tiger’s pitching team to a successful season. Bailey was 4-6 with a 4.39 ERA, one save and 60 strikeouts. Munoz was 2-3 with a 3.07 ERA, three saves and 66 strikeouts respectively.
Gilder was the heart and soul of the Tiger’s defense in 2018. He had a 326 batting average with two home runs, 46 hits and 32 RBIs.
Collectively, the players are part of the winningest sophomore class in CCC history. They combined for 43 wins in two years.
Bailey is from Hernando and had 60 outs over 65.2 innings while walking just 15.
Munzo is from Panama City, Panama. He pitched 73.1 innings and allowed just 74 hits, while striking out 66. He had a 3.19 ERA.
Gilder played ball at Center Hill High School in Olive Branch. He had 46 hits including 135 at bat. He also hit 14 doubles and had 33 RBIs.