Four members of the J.Z. George baseball team have selected to the Region 3-3A all-district team, which was chosen by the league's coaches last week.
Michael Bankston was the lone Jaguar voted to the first team, which like the second team, has 12 members on it. Bankston, a sophomore, pitched and played in the infield for the Jags during their 6-15 campaign this season. He struck out 45 batters, and he hit .310 with 11 RBI and one home run at the plate.
Selected to the second team are seniors Robby Clunan and Kendrick Head, and sophomore Jacob Johnson.
Clunan only made two errors all season behind the plate. He only allowed 19 passed balls and had 93 putouts on 99 chances. He hit .258 with five RBI.
Head played in the outfield for J.Z. George. He stole 16 bases and had a batting average of .375. He also saw time on the mound.
Johnson got the ball rolling for the Jaguars as he led the team with a .448 average, stealing 22 bases. He played center field.