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2017 Jaguar Baseball Class Signs Eight to Collegiate Programs

Eleven Jaguar Baseball Players Sign to Play at the Next Level

November 9, 2016:  The administration and coaching staff of the Flower Mound High School Jaguar Baseball program presented for the annual National Signing Day a total of eleven players who have signed letters of intent to play baseball at the collegiate level.

These seniors from Flower Mound High School represent the Jaguar Baseball Class of 2017 and join nearly 110 Jaguar alumni dating back to 2002 who have also played baseball at the next level to include Junior College, Division 1 and Major League Baseball programs. Link to Jaguar Alumni

Signees include both pitchers and position players listed here:

  • Dawson Abernethy - Weatherford Junior College
  • Hayden Houser - San Jose State University
  • Eric Jones - Weatherford Junior College
  • Zach Mesa - Kansas State University
  • Brandon Messer - Northern Oklahoma Junior College
  • Lance Russell - Howard Junior College
  • Syler Shepherd - Weatherford Junior College
  • Ryan Stuempfig - Wichita State University
  • Jean Ortiz - New Mexico Junior College
  • Ryan Johnston - Navarro Junior College
  • Cade Thomas - Cisco Junior College

National Signing Day is an exciting time for our school, our baseball program and for our community and we are extremely proud of these seniors. We look forward to the upcoming season and the great things ahead for each player as they bring their best talents to The Mound.

As you see these young men both on and off the field, please extend your congratulations and wish them well in both the upcoming season as well as their future with their respective collegiate programs.


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    Welcome to the Flower Mound High School Jaguar Baseball program. Our 15-year tradition of excellence saw the program's first 5A State Championship title in the 2014 season, backed by a co-district 5-5A title, a Bi-district title, an Area title, and a Region 1 title. Flower Mound has reached the Texas State playoffs in 15 consecutive seasons of the program's 15-year history, with three trips to the State Tournament in Round Rock (2003, 2004, 2014). Come watch us at The Mound where our student athletes work to achieve their greatest potential through Belief, Integrity, Toughness and Excellence (BITE).