Three local HS alums have great game in Dartmouth win
Three local high school graduates had outstanding games in a 17-2 Dartmouth victory over UMBC in college baseball action on Thursday.
Woodlands High School graduate Jake Carlson had four RBIs, scored two runs and ripped a triple in the win.
Carlson played center field and lettered as a junior and senior for Coach Eastman at The Woodlands High School. He lettered both years as the team won the District 15-5A championship and was named District 15-5A MVP and a Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star. The Woodlands won the Texas 5A State Championship during his sophomore season.
Jake is the son of Daniel and Linda. His father played football at the University of Nebraska in the early '80s.
Houston Christian High School graduate Dustin Selzer blasted a three-run homer, scored two runs and stole a base in the runaway victory.
Selzer earned three letters for Coach Ron Mathis at Houston Christian. He led his team to a 5A District championship and a 35-10 record as a senior captain. Selzer was tabbed as the district and team MVP after his senior campaign, leading the Houston area in home runs. He helped his team to district championships as a sophomore and junior, plus a TAPPS 5A State Championship in that sophomore season.
Dustin is the son of Joel and Claudia. He is the self-proclaimed biggest fan of the Houston Texans.
Langham Creek High School graduate Jeff Onstott doubled, drove in two runs, and scored one for Dartmouth.
Onstott lettered all four years at Langham Creek for Coach Armando Sedeño. He served as team captain his senior year. Onstott was Second Team All-District as a junior, First Team as a senior, and also the baseball student-athlete of the year for the Greater Houston area.
Jeff is majoring in psychology. He is the son of Jim and Mary Onstott.
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