All-Metro, All-District, All-Region, All-Region Tournament, TBCA All-Region 8 Team, USA Classic All-Tournament Team, TBCA 1st Team All-State, Tennessee Baseball Report 2nd Team All-State, Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II All-State and Shelby County All-Star Team
All-Metro, All-District, All-Region, All-Region Tournament, TBCA All-Region 8 Team, TBCA 1st Team All-State, and Tennessee Sports Writers Association Division II All-State
All-Metro, All-District, All-Region, and Shelby County All-Star Team
All-District and All-Tennessee Baseball Report 2-Way Team
2015 Most Outstanding Defensive Player - Alex Langford
2015 Most Outstanding Offensive Player - Conner Sanders
2015 Most Outstanding Pitcher - Gil Erwin
2015 Rebel Award - Logan Stewart
2015 Co-Captain Award - Conner Sanders and Logan Stewart
The 2014 Rebel baseball team capped off an excellent season with a Division 2-A State Runner-Up finish. The Rebels knocked perennial powers Knoxville Webb and Battle Ground Academy out of the tournament. The Rebels finished 34-8.
2012 graduate David Owen was selected on June 10th in the 19th round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the San Francisco Giants. David donated a signed number 19 jersey to the school to commemorate the event.
Senior Gil Erwin signed a National Letter of Intent on Monday to continue his education and baseball career with Christian Brothers University. Gil is the son of Paul "Skip" and Kendy Erwin. During his career, he recorded the second most victories for a starter in program history behind current Memphis Tiger Connor Alexander. Gil is in the top three in most major pitching categories in the TRA record book along side Alexander and David Owen. He makes the 19th signing in the last 8 years for TRA Baseball.
Senior Connor Alexander signed with the University of Memphis to pitch for the Tigers next season. Pictured with Connor are his father Cal, his mother Kim, TRA head coach Brad Smith, his brother Cale, and his sister Kallie.
Senior Blain Curtis will continue his baseball playing career next season at Christian Brothers University after signing a National Letter of Intent. Pictured with Blain are his mother Ashley and his father Sean.
Senior Jacob LaFosse signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his baseball career at Southwest Tennessee Community College in Memphis.
Senior Xen Penny signed a national letter of intent to continue his baseball career at Hesston College in Kansas. Hesston finished the 2013 season 26-18 and won the NJCAA Region VI Championship.
On June 3, 2013, Jacob Johnson made TRA history as the first Rebel to sign at USA Stadium, inking his letter of intent to play baseball for Southwest Tennessee and Head Coach George Sykes. Johnson earned the scholarship and All-Star selection with a 7-2 record this year. He also was featured in the TRA outfield helping Brad Smith's Rebels finish in second place during the regular season in league play.
Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebel Brandon Mitson made it official that he will play college baseball at Southwest Tennessee by signing his letter of intent. Under Head Coach Brad Smith, Mitson had a monster senior season with 7 home runs. The graduated Rebel also hit .403 with 12 doubles and 42 RBIs. With 31 hits on the season, Mitson had a slugging percentage of .857.
TRA Senior Jordan Wilson signed a letter of intent to play baseball next year at Christian Brothers University. Pictured at the signing are (seated) Stan Wilson, Jordan, Brenda Wison (standing) TRA Head Baseball Coach Brad Smith and TRA Assistant Coach Andrew Womack.
TRA Senior David Owen signed a letter of intent to play baseball next season at Northwest Mississippi Community College. Owen was joined at the signing by his parents David and Jeanine Owen, TRA coaches Brad Smith and Andrew Womack and the Northwest Mississippi Community College coach.
TRA Senior Cale Alexander signed a letter of intent to play baseball next season at Christian Brothers Univeristy in Memphis. Alexander was joined at the signing by parents Kim and Cale Alexander and coaches Brad Smith and Andrew Womack.