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Five Warriors earn all-league baseball honors

Five members of Fallbrook High School’s baseball team earned all-league recognition from the Avocado League’s coaches.

Senior pitcher Chase Johnson was selected to the league’s first team, second-team distinction was bestowed upon senior center fielder Tyler Wedeking and junior shortstop Connor Cox, and senior catcher-infielder Zac Rico and junior outfielder-pitcher Vaughn Berberet received honorable mention accolades.

“We’re honored to have kids representing Fallbrook High School the right way,” said Fallbrook coach Jesse Schuveiller. “It’s an honor because there’s so many good players in the Avocado League.”

The all-league award was the second for Johnson in his high school career but his first on the first team. “He definitely deserved it,” Schuveiller said. “He kept us in a lot of baseball games this year.”

Wedeking and Cox both also earned second-team honors in 2009. “We would have liked first team, but there’s a lot of good players,” Schuveiller said.

The Warriors finished the 2010 season with a 10-17 overall record, including a 5-10 Avocado League mark which placed fourth in the league standings. Fallbrook had six senior players, including the three all-league recipients.

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