Arlington Lamar has a lot more to play for this 7-on-7 season outside of a state tournament championship. The Vikings are playing in honor of fellow teammate Brett Green Jr., who suffered a severe injury a few months ago that caused bleeding on his brain.
Aledo, one of the top football programs in high school football, will be without two of its top playmakers next season. Four-star Jeffery Carter and three-star Money Parks have both transferred out of the program to other DFW schools.
Jose Gutierrez was voted district freshman MVP in 2015, first team all-district as a sophomore and second team as a junior, when he hit .340 in 33 games. He had a team-high 33 hits and added nine doubles and 15 RBIs.
Bobby Witt Jr., the potential No. 1 pick in the 2019 MLB Draft, is about to embark on a whirlwind summer, which will include the 2018 Perfect Game National Showcase in St. Petersburg, Fla. and trying out for the U-18 National Team.