McDonald And Reynolds Named First-Team
McDonald Homers And Reynolds Extends Hit Streak To 10 Games
Reynolds Continued Stellar Play With Four Hits, Two RBI And 10th Save
Reynolds Notches Three Hits, Drives In One And Records Ninth Save
Houchins Collects Four Hits And Drives In Three
Cox Mill High School: Two-sport athlete that has earned five varsity letters (baseball-4, basketball-1) ... Three-time team captain for the Chargers under head coach J.D. Vidal ... During sophomore season batted. 410 on his way to South Piedmont All-Conference and team MVP honors ... As a junior batted .408 (31-for-84) with two home runs, 21 RBI, eight doubles and 21 runs scored ... Swiped 9 of 10 base attempts ... Posted a .964 fielding percentage with 76 assists ... Threw out 75 percent of would be base stealers (9 of 12) ... Recorded 11 multi-hit and eight multi-RBI games ... Collected a season-high three hits against A.L. Brown (3/22/11) and Central Cabarrus (5/5/11) ... Against Mount Pleasant (3/11/11) drove in a season-high three runs in the Chargers 6-5 win ... On the mound started 5 of 13 games posting a 3-3 ledger with a 6.30 ERA ... Fanned 32 batters and walked just 13 in 36.2 innings ... Earned second-straight South Piedmont All-Conference designation as well as Cox Mill's Offensive Player Award ... Named All-Cabarrus Team by The Charlotte Observer ... Named preseason Atlantic Region Honorable Mention by Perfect Game ... Boasted an impressive .494 (38-for-90) average belting three home runs ... Legged out nine doubles and one triple ... Drove in 25 runs while scoring 14 times ... Recorded 12 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games ... Struck out just six times, while drawing 10 walks for a .556 on-base percentage ... Swiped just one base ... Posted a .979 fielding percentage with 33 assists and 106 putouts ... Boasted a 1.81 ERA in 15 appearances (five starts) and a 6-2 record for the Chargers ... Logged 62 strikeouts to just 20 walks in 50.1 frames ... Garnered third-straight South Piedmont All-Conference accolades and took home his second team MVP award ... Named All-Cabarrus Team by The Charlotte Observer for the second straight season ... Four-year North Carolina scholar athlete, Beta Club and National Honors Society member ... Played travel ball for Andy Partin and Lee Land of the Dirtbags ... Listed as the top senior prep catcher in North Carolina by Impact Baseball ... Participated in the 2011 PG WWBA World Baseball Championships (Jupiter, Fla.), 2011 PG WWBA 2012 Grads/17U National Championships (Marietta, Ga.), 2009-10 PG WWBA Underclassmen World Championships (Fort Myers, Fla.) and the 2008 14U OG BCS Finals (Fort Myers, Fla.).
Personal: Full name is Travis Alan Watkins ... Born January 1, 1994 ... Son of Alan and Kim Watkins ... Intended major is business ... Named to ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll in the Fall of 2012.