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Horseheads Hitmen Bolster Roster with Exciting New Signings

The Horseheads Hitmen, part of the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL), are thrilled to announce the signing of seven standout players for the upcoming season. This talented group brings a wealth of skill and experience to the team, representing a promising addition to the Hitmen's lineup.

Among the new signings is Logan Meisner, a versatile catcher and corner infielder from Notre Dame High School, who boasts an impressive .360 batting average and solid power throughout his high school career. Logan will be continuing his academic and athletic journey at Keuka College, where he will join the Wolves baseball program.

Lucas Granger, an outfielder from Finger Lakes Community College, returns for his second summer with the Hitmen after a standout season, hitting .338 with 6 home runs and 29 stolen bases.

Dominic Russ, a skilled middle infielder from Horseheads High School, joins the Hitmen after helping lead his team to another Stac West championship. Dominic will be furthering his education and baseball career at Le Moyne College.

Kyler Hickman, an infielder from Ripon College, brings an impressive resume that includes being named Midwest Conference Newcomer of the Year and earning ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division 3 Third Team All-Region and All-Midwest First Team honors. Kyler will travel across the country from Tracy, California to join the Hitmen for the summer.

Ashton Colunio, an outfielder from Thomas A. Edison High School, had a remarkable senior season with an exceptional .800+ on-base percentage. Ashton is currently attending Wells College, where he has continued to hone his skills on the diamond.

Brady Morrell, a standout player from Elmira High School, joins the Hitmen with an impressive career at the plate, ranking in the top 5 for several hitting categories in Elmira High School's history. Brady will be continuing his academic and baseball journey at Shenandoah University.

Additionally, the Hitmen have signed Aidan McBride, a talented first baseman and left-handed pitcher from Maine Endwell High School. Aidan is currently attending Herkimer County Community College, where he is developing his skills on the field.

"We are excited to welcome these outstanding athletes to the Horseheads Hitmen family," said Eugene Barber, Manager of the team. "Each player brings a unique set of talents and accomplishments that will elevate our team's performance and chemistry. We are eager to see them in action and contribute to our success on the field."

The Horseheads Hitmen are excited to kick off the season with this exceptional group of players and are eager to build on the team's success. Stay tuned for an exciting summer of baseball in Horseheads!

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