Four Ross baseball players commit to playing in college


Four Ross High School baseball players recently committed to play at the collegiate level.

Michael Carroll will play at Mount St. Joseph, Tyler Flick and Zach Evans at Heidelberg, and Logan Brofft at Wilmington.

Carroll is hitting .300 with an RBI and four stolen bases. Flick is hitting .340 with five doubles, 14 RBIs and eight steals. Evans has a .333 average with a triple, six RBIs and a team-high 10 steals. Brofft is 0-0 on the mound with a 3.50 earned run average.

The Rams are 13-3 overall and leading the Southwest Ohio Conference with a 6-2 mark. They will visit Little Miami on Friday.



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