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Posted May 8, 2012 by Jarrett Guthrie
Updated May 8, 2012 at 10:01 PM
Three Riverview senior baseball players Chris Gauthier, Derek Jeffrey and Justin Rose committed to play together at Webber International next season, Sharks’ coach Bill Leiby said prior to Tuesday’s Class 7A-2 region semifinal.
Rose was second on the team in runs (19) and RBI (18) while hitting .328 with three homeruns, Gauthier had a .347 average with 10 runs, 17 RBI and two homeruns, while Jeffrey hit .292, scoring 12 runs and driving in 10.
The Sharks fell 2-1 to Brandon in the region semifinal ending their season Tuesday evening with an 18-9 record.