Three members of the Charles Page High School Class of 2017 signed letters of intent to play baseball at Rose State College Monday afternoon.
Josh Cordell, Treyce Tolbert, and Mack Thompson were regular starters on the CPHS varsity team that went 19-20 this season and came in Runner-Up at the Regional Tournament.
Rose State is a public two-year junior college located in Midwest City, Oklahoma. The Raiders went 20-34 overall this season with a 3-18 conference record under Head Coach Coty Cooper. They compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division One.
Cordell played in 21 games this season, primarily as a pitcher. He amassed a 6-3 record, the most wins of any pitcher on the team, with a 3.24 Earned Run Average. His ERA was second on the team, and his WHIP (Walks+Hits per Innings Pitched) was the team-best at 1.309. He was the most-used pitcher on the team and finished second in total strikeouts with 48.
Mack Thompson played in all 39 games and was the number three batter overall, and number two batter among players with at least twenty at-bats. He finished with a .352 batting average, .492 slugging average, and .438 on-base percentage. He was second on the team in slugging average and total hits (43). He had a team-high 18 doubles and was one of only five players to triple. He scored a team-high 34 runs and was fifth in RBI with 16. He also led the team with 18 stolen bases and was never once caught stealing. He tied for first in double-plays with 9. He pitched 7 innings this season with an 0-1 record, 4.00 ERA, 2.143 WHIP, 6 strikeouts, and recorded two saves.
Treyce Tolbert played in all 39 games and was the team-leader in batting average (.381), slugging average (.534), and total hits (45). He was third in on-base percentage (.475), recorded 15 doubles, a team-high 2 triples, and was one of only three players to hit a home run. He was second on the team in total runs (30) and RBI (29). He was third in stolen bases with 14 steals and an .875 percentage.