Kolbin Mills hasn't played his final high school baseball yet.
The senior catcher will play in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game Saturday, June 20. The game, which will be played at Dell Diamond in Round Rock, spotlights seniors from across the state in Classes 2A through 4A.
The Eagles, Classs 3A, finished 22-6-1 this season, advancing to the third round of the postseason.
Mills will play for the North All-Stars.
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"It's a tremendous honor for him," said Brock coach Chad Massey. "He's put a lot of time and effort into being the player he is."
Mills plans to play for Navarro College next season.
In his senior season, Mills posted a .408 batting average with a .548 slugging percentage and a .500 on-base percentage. He hit six doubles, a triple, three home runs and drove in 19 runs.
For his career, he hit .412 with 44 doubles, six triples and six home runs, along with 89 RBIs. He stole 46 career bases, walked 57 times, had a .517 on-base percentage, and a .653 slugging percentage.
He was also solid defensively with a .986 career fielding percentage.
His other career accolades include:
▪ First team All-District 11-3A designated hitter, 2015.
▪ District 9-2A Offensive MVP, 2014.
▪ Texas Sports Writers Association All-State, 2014.
▪ THSBCA All-State, 2014.
▪ District 9-2A Offensive MVP, 2013.
His selection for the game continues a Brock tradition as the Eagles have been well-represented in the contest over the years.
"We've had our fair share of them, for sure," Massey said. "It's always an honor for us."