Lonestar Baseball Club SE
|AVG RUN SCORED||6.89|
|AVG RUN ALLOWED||5.33|
|AVG RUN DIFFERENCE||1.56|
Lonestar Baseball Club SE ROSTER
|JERSEY#||Name||Grad Year - HS||School||State||City||Primary Pos||College Commited To||H/T||Other Pos||HEIGHT|
|00||Hudson Shoaf||2024||Memphis University School||TN||C||R/R||OF||6'|
|1||Carmeron Sipp||2023||Horn Lake High||MS||Horn lake||C||R/R||3B||5'6"|
|2||Austin Hannigan||2024||Lewisburg High School||MS||Olive Branch||SS||L/R||RHP||5'10"|
|4||Joshua Flowers||2024||Desoto Cental High||MS||Southaven||OF||R/R||OF||5'2"|
|5||James Gatlin||2024||Lake Travis High School||TX||Austin||LHP||L/L||1B||6'1"|
|6||Josiah Saleem||2024||Briarcrest||MS||Olive Branch||C||R/R||LHP, RHP, SS||5'8"|
|17||Nate Myers||2024||Collierville High School||TN||Collierville||OF||R/R||RHP||5'11"|
|22||Jason Dunn Jr||2024||Hornlake||MS||MIF||R/R||UTILITY|
|23||Michael Johnson||2024||South Panola High||MS||Courtland||OF||R/R||RHP||6'2"|
|34||Samuel Richardson||2024||Senatobia High School||MS||Senatobia||3B||R/R||RHP|
|35||Carter McKay||2024||Arlington High School||TN||1B||L/R||RHP, C, 3B, OF||6'1"|
|37||Jack Hibbard||2024||Arlington High School||TN||Arlington||SS||R/R||RHP||6'|
|42||Jamie Muse Jr.||2024||Potts Camp||MS||Holly Springs||SS||R/R||2B||5'8"|
|77||Rhys Thomas||2024||Berean Christian School||TN||Knoxville||OF||R/R||RHP, 1B||6'2"|
|89||Hank Sayle||2024||Memphis University School||TN||memphis||RHP||R/R||3B|
LBC South - Info
Q&A regarding Lone Star Baseball Club South Youth Season.
We have received many questions regarding our program and how it will work. Please refer to all the questions and responses below if you have some of the same questions. If you have questions that have not been answered here, please contact us and we will try our best to answer them.
- Who is Lone Star Baseball Club?
We are a newly formed organization that merged 3 of the best organizations in central Texas: Austin Elite, Clutch Athletics, and Texas Colts. Each location moving forward will be known as Lone Star North, Lone Star Central and Lone Star South, respectively. All of the owners and coaches from the previous organizations are the same. You can find more information about each previous location on their individual websites. www.Austinelitebaseball.com, www.Clutchathleticstexas.com, and http://texascoltsbc.pointstreaksites.com. The new website is currently under construction and will be operating soon. www.Lonestarbaseballclub.com.
- Who are the people involved with Lone Star Baseball Club?
There are four owners: Steven Mazur (Lone Star North), Rob Johnson (Lone Star Central), Niko Gonzalez and Luke Owens-Bragg (Lone Star South).
Charlie Thames is the High School Coordinator and recruiting coordinator. Jason Larue is the director of player development.
There are 4 Youth Directors: Augie Ramirez & Kory Moench (Lone Star North), Shane LeBlanc (Lone Star Central), and Adam Pena (Lone Star South).
All the above are highly involved, along with the coaching staffs of each particular team. College consulting services will also be available for High School Players.
- How does Lone Star Baseball benefit my son?
Lone Star comes with a wealth of ex-player experience and a history of excellence. Lone Star is three like-minded organizations that align with their philosophies and how they operate.
Youth Baseball: Our Youth Baseball program is designed to teach young athletes the skills that they will need to get to the next level. We want your player to learn the game at a high level but most importantly we want them to have fun learning the game. At Lone Star, we understand the tremendous impact that our coaches will have on the development of each player in our organization. We have sought out the best youth coach’s possible whose ideals and values align with our mission.
High School: We have relationships with junior colleges, NAIA, DIII, DII, DI universities around the country. Lone Star baseball has already drawn massive interest from these colleges. Many people want answers or are new to how the college recruiting process works and what events their players should attend. We have the answers, but the #1 most important thing is the trustworthy relationships college coaches have with people running the organization. That alone is how players get the exposure necessary to be seen. Many people waste thousands of dollars in an attempt to gain exposure for their son, we will help direct where your money is well spent or not spent at all. The high school Lone Star coaching staff is second to none. The coaches are selected by the owners and will provide development and teaching necessary for your player to gain confidence, skill and opportunity.
Lone Star is powered by DeMarini, which provides quality products at a discounted rate and also offers opportunities to play in their national events. These are some of the biggest and best “invite only” events in the nation.
You can expect character, honesty, transparency and integrity from the staff at Lone Star. We care about the player and the family. We hold huge importance in developing on field and off field character. We believe it is part of our job to assist you in the development and maturity of your son. We will encourage leadership in our quest to help grow strong and confident men. Our desire is for every player in our program to be taught life lessons through the game of baseball.
- Why did Lone Star decide to merge?
For our youth program, we wanted to create an environment that allows our young up-and-coming players to have eyes on their future. We consider our youth program as the pipeline to our high school program. We wanted to cultivate a pool of talent that will already possess the desired skills and baseball IQ once headed into our high school program. We believe that this will maximize the success our teams and maximize exposure of our high school program, for the benefit of the players.
Understanding that each individual organization is aligned and could be of greater impact to the central Texas players and families, it only made sense to combine forces. We believe that creating more competition and having a larger reach will push the players to be as good as they can. Furthermore, it benefits every player in the high school program as we have many college coaches already interested in a scout day that we will run during the summer. In High School baseball, there is no such thing as minors, AAA, and majors. The player will get massive exposure in our organization and with the merge the reach is larger for each player. i.e. If a player is on a quote/unquote 3rd team and he is killing it then we will make phone calls and promote him as much as possible and maybe a contact that one of us has is exactly what the player needs. This potentially wouldn’t have happened before.
5. How does Lone Star affect youth baseball operations for the Texas Colts?
Each location will continue to operate its youth program exactly as it has in the past. There will be no changes to the regular season. All youth players who tryout at Lone Star South will continue to practice at Lone Star South. We will still have end-of-season tournaments for Lone Star South Teams. Our intentions are to discuss destination locations with in particular teams.
The only difference that you will see will be after the regular spring season. Lone Star will create “Lone Star Elite” teams from the entire organization. Consider it an All-Star team from each age group, made up of players from the entire organization. The Lone Star Elite Program is explained in our Lone Star Elite Q&A document. Please refer to that document for any questions associated with this program.
6. Will the cost be different now that we are Lone Star?
The cost to play for Lone Star South will not be affected and will roughly stay the same as previous seasons.
LBC is home to meritocratic baseball, our boys are pushed and continually placed outside their comfort zones, they earn everything they get and have to prove it every day and every week. We take great pride in playing against the best competition around the country and we place equal importance in honoring the great game of baseball through sportsmanship, effort, energy, and by having fun.
While becoming a great ball player is important, LBC players are expected to be even greater young men. Our players are required to contribute to their communities through service, and endeavor to achieve academic success.
Our purpose is to develop athletic talent and to provide advanced training to maximize physical performance, increase sport specific intelligence and prepare the athlete for the next level of competition. Our goal is to provide a winning experience through professionally run sports programs. We believe that the best way for athletes to reach their true potential is through a combination of professional coaching, maximum practice repetitions and significant game experience. We are also fervent believers in having a blast at all times! NO ONE has more fun playing baseball than Lonestar Baseball Club.
We are a registered nonprofit with 501 (c) 3 status. Our EIN is 81-2696162
Lonestar Baseball Club
Lonestar Baseball Club
Club/Travel • Baseball
Dripping Springs, TX
4 Committed Roster Athletes
|Name||Teams||Commitment To School|
| Arguello, Timothy|
2022 • P, LF, RF
|San Antonio Christian School||Wichita State University|
| DeJesus, Tony|
2022 • SS
|Texas Select Rangers||University of the Incarnate Word|
| Lopez, Jack|
2020 • 2B, 3B, SS
|University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley|
| Okerholm, Christian|
2021 • P, LF, CF
Club baseball lone star
2020 Don Mattingly Teams: Lonestar Baseball Club – Pena
RHP/OF • 6’1”/180 • R/R
University of Texas
Dripping Springs (TX) 2021
High School Honors: Junior Year – Football – 2019-1st Team District Offensive MVP, 2019 1st Team All District Defense-Punter, 2019 Academic All District, Sophomore Year – Football 2018 All-District Offensive Newcomer of the Year, 2018- 1st Team All-District Defense – Punter
Academic Achievements or Awards: 2019 Academic All-District
Other Sports: Football, Track
Summer Awards: 2019 PG Preseason Underclassmen All American Teams Honorable Mention, PG Top 500 National Rank, PG FB 90 Plus, PG All Tournament Team – 2017, 2018, 2019, Five Tool PoG
Favorite Quote: “Fear is not real” – Will Smith: After Earth
Favorite Athlete: Mike Trout
RHP • 6-2/185 • R/R
University of Texas
St. Dominic Savio Catholic (TX) 2021
High School Honors: Baseball 5A All District 2018, Baseball 6A All District 2019, Baseball Captain
Academic Achievements: National Honor Society, All A Honor Roll, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Honor Society
Summer Awards: PG All Tournament Team 2019, PG Top 500 National Rank, Five Tool PoG 2019, Five Tool Dude of the Day 2019
Favorite Athlete: Kohl Stewart
OF/RHP • 5-10/175 • R/R
Robert Vela (TX) 2021
High School Honors: Newcomer of the Year 2018, 1st team All-District QB 2019,; All-Area QB 2019, Whataburger Super Team 2019, All-District Honorable Mention Outfielder 2019
Academic Honors: A Honor Roll, National Honor Society
Other Sports: Football, Track
Favorite Quote: “Tough times don’t last, tough people do.”
Favorite Athlete: Javier Baez
3B/CF/SS • 6’0/180 • R/R
Blanco (TX) 2021
High School Honors: 3A Varsity Baseball All State 3rd Baseman, 3A Varsity Baseball Newcomer of the year 2019, 1st Team All District Quarterback 3A 2019
LHP/CF/1B 5-10/185 R/L
Tivy (TX) 2021
High School Honors: 2nd team all district Free Safety 2018, 1st team all district Free Safety 2019, 1st all district outfielder 2018
Other Sports: Football
Academic Achievements: Class Rank – 4, 105.5 GPA
Favorite Quote: “Real Gs move in silence like lasagna” – Lil Wayne
Metrics: Fastball (T88) Curveball Slider Changeup, 60 time- 6.72 (Area Code), Huttle (5-10-5) Time- 4.39
Favorite Athlete: Patrick Mahomes
1B/C • 5-11/195 • R/R
University of New Mexico
San Antonio Reagan (TX) 2021
Awards and Achievements: All District; Five Tool Dude of the Day
Our Mission Defined
The LSC-CyFair Baseball Club's mission is to play competitive baseball and to promote leadership skills on and off the field.
Qualifications and Restrictions
- Must be currently enrolled taking a minimum of 9 credit hours at Lone Star College-CyFair
- Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above
- Being on academic probation during any contest;
- Currently playing on a varsity team in a related activity or have done so within the same academic year;
- Faculty, staff, or alumni;
- Having prior professional experience in a related activity.
Tryouts for the Fall 2021, TBD. For more information, contact Recreational Sports at 832.745.5024.
Team practices are TBD.
Upcoming Game Schedule
There will be NO club sports during Spring/Summer 2021 semesters.
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Lonestar Baseball- Austin, TX
Lonestar Baseball- Austin, TX
Centex League Champion
Centex Collegiate Baseball League
The Centex League champions, based in Austin, make their third NBCWS appearance. Lonestar went 2-2 last year to improve to 2-5 in two previous appearances. Offensively, they collected 20 hits and stole five bases. Lonestar Baseball was third in NBC World Series in fielding percentage, coming up with a .986 mark with 97 putouts.
Lonestar Baseball is home to meritocratic baseball, where players are pushed and continually placed outside their comfort zones and earn everything they get. Lonestar Baseball takes pride in playing against the best competition around the country and places equal importance in honoring the great game of baseball through sportsmanship, effort, energy, and by having fun.
Lonestar Baseball was founded by Rob Johnson, Niko Gonzalez, Luke Owens-Bragg, and Steven Mazur.
August 3, Eck Stadium, Wichita, Kan.
WICHITA, Kan. – Thanks to a 10th inning walk-off single from AJ Mays, Lonestar, TX defeated Houston, TX MVP Prospects in the NBC World Series powered by Evergy on Monday night at Eck Stadium.
Charlie Overstreet led Lonestar offensively with two hits in four at-bats and Roberto Gonzalez of Houston, TX MVP Prospects came up with two hits in five at-bats.
Following an error by the Lonestar defense, the Prospects struck first in the top of the first inning thanks to an RBI triple by Gonzalez. Lonestar tied things up in the bottom of the third, scoring the tying run off a sacrifice fly to center field.
A sacrifice fly in the top of the eighth inning allowed the Prospects to grab the 2-1 lead, carrying the lead into the ninth inning by coming up with a 6-4-3 double play to prevent the tying run. Lonestar had the tying run advance to second base off a stolen base and later advancing to third off a fielding error, with a sacrifice fly scoring the tying run and forcing extra innings.
Lonestar forced a shutout inning in the top of the 10th inning, with Overstreet coming up with the game-winning bases-loaded single to advance Lonestar into the winner’s bracket.
Lonestar takes on the Hays Larks on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in Hutchinson. The Prospects play the Kansas City All-Stars on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Hutchinson.
August 4, Hobart-Detter Field, Hutchinson, Kan.
HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Behind 11 strikeouts in six innings from Carlos Tavera, the Hays, KS Larks defeated the Lonestar, TX Baseball Club 5-3 in the 2020 NBC World Series powered by Evergy on Tuesday night at Hobart-Detter Field.
Cruz Aranda led the Larks offensively with three hits in five at-bats, with a total of four players from Hays recording a multi-hit game. Lonestar’s Ronnie Bailey and Max Puls recorded two hits each.
Puls came up with a leadoff double in the bottom of the fourth inning, scoring the game’s first run off a sacrifice fly to center field. Two fielding errors allowed Lonestar to score another run and lead 2-0 later in the inning.
Two singles in the top of the fifth inning allowed Hays to tie the game up 2-2, with a wild pitch after a triple by Aranda in the top of the sixth inning giving the Larks the one-run lead. Lonestar knotted the game at three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, but the Larks scored two runs in the top of the eighth inning off a fielding error and a single to keep the two-run lead.
Hays takes on the Cheney, KS Diamond Dawgs on Thursday in Wichita while Lonestar will face the Houston, TX Express on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in Hutchinson.
August 5, Hobart-Detter Field, Hutchinson, Kan.
HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Behind 15 hits in eight innings, the Houston, TX Express defeated Lonestar, TX Baseball Club 15-7 in the 2020 NBC World Series powered by Evergy on Tuesday night at Hobart-Detter Field.
Gales DeVaughn led the Express with five hits in six at-bats, scoring four runs to go with five RBIs. The Express had four players that recorded multi-hit outings, with Lonestar having three players with at least two hits.
Phillip Jones of the Express shined in the final 6.1 innings of play, coming up with 10 strikeouts and earning the win in the process. Tristen Bayless of Lonestar recorded eight strikeouts in 3.2 innings pitched.
After being tied 2-2 at the end of the first inning, Lonestar used a five-run top of the second inning to move ahead 7-2. The Express, however, scored 10 unanswered runs to lead 12-7 after three innings of play. The Express scored three more runs to cap off the run-rule effort in the eighth inning.
The Express takes on the Rose Hill, KS Sluggers at 6 p.m. in Hutchinson on Thursday.