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Demons baseball team signs two explosive players for next season
Apr 27, 2013 | 338 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Chase Daughdrill of Bossier City and Cisco Factor of Yukon, Okla. has signed to join the 2014 Northwestern State baseball team head coach Lane Burroughs and staff announced Thursday.

The Bossier Parish Community College transfer is a 6-2 infielder and has a .399 batting average this season with one home run and 30 runs batted in.

At Airline High School, Daughdrill was named all-state and first-team all-district in both his junior and senior seasons.

He was the District 1-5A Player of the Year his junior season with a .425 hitting average, two homers, 15 doubles, 3 triples and 10 stolen bases on his way to a district championship.

He had a .389 batting average his senior year with two homeruns, 11 doubles, two triples and 12 steals. He led his team to a number 12 ranking in the state.

The two-year letterman was coached by Toby Todd and graduated with a 3.1 grade point average.

He is nursing major and psychology minor and career plans of being a nurse practitioner.

The junior college transfer from Seminole State was voted all-conference in his freshman season. He is currently leading the sixteenth-ranked Trojans in batting average (.362), home runs (4), and runs batted in (32) along with a perfect five-of-five in stolen bases.

He was a three-year letterman including his junior season when he hit four homeruns with a .508 batting average. He was coached in high school by Kevin James.

At Yukon High School, the 6-5 outfielder was named all-area, all-conference, All-Oklahoma, and Daily Oklahoman All-State, which featured the 10 best players in the state, his senior season with a .492 batting average and eight home runs. He led his team to the state runner-up.

He has plans to major in Physical Education and wants to be a teacher and a coach.
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