The Terrell High School baseball program had seven of its athletes named to the all-district team.

Terrell freshman Jason Gomez was named underclassman of the year in district. Gomez finished the season with a .349 batting average, team high .476 on base percentage, a .476 slugging percentage and a .952 on base percentage plus slugging percentage. Gomez scored 10 runs, had 16 runs batted in to tie the team lead and had 22 hits. On the pitching side, Gomez had a 3.31 earned run average to go along with 31 strikeouts and 21 walks. Gomez also had one save. Gomez had one no-hitter during the 2019 season.

Terrell junior Preston Rangel was named first team all-district outfield. He finished with a .321 batting average and was second on the team in on base percentage with .471. Rangel scored 12 runs and had seven runs batted in.

Terrell senior Colby Haas was named second team all-district first base. Haas had a .246 batting average, scored five runs and had six runs batted in.

Terrell sophomore Logan Wadsworth was named second team all-district pitcher. Wadsworth had a 3.76 earned run average with 33 strikeouts and 27 walks.

Terrell junior Khalid Johnson was named second team all-district outfield. Johnson finished with a .300 batting average, scored 13 runs and had 12 runs batted in. He led the team in home runs with two.

Terrell junior Austin Arbogast was named honorable mention all-district pitcher. Arbogast had a 3.11 earned run average, one save and had 15 strikeouts.

Terrell freshman Beau Smith was named honorable mention all-district catcher. Smith led the team in fielding percentage with .957.

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