Bulldogs News · Tech Baseball set for final series of district play with District Championship on the line, honored seniors Friday in 10-0 over OD Wyatt! Pictures of the OD Wyatt Game/Senior Night included.


It’s been a LONG year for the Trimble Tech Baseball team as they didn’t get a chance to play last year due to Covid-19, but they haven’t missed a beat this year. They are currently sitting in a great position to come away with a District Championship after this week. Trimble Tech will host Arlington Heights Tuesday April 27th here at Yovani Gallardo Field at 7:00 pm so let’s pack the stands with GREEN! Then Friday April 30th the Bulldogs travel to Arlington Heights to finish out the regular season at 7:00 pm so we will need all the support they can get at Heights. If the Bulldogs win both of these two games they will claim the 7-5A District Championship. Come on out and support the Bulldogs in these last two regular season games!

Friday night was senior night as they hosted OD Wyatt and game away with a 10-0 victory. Coach Reid and the Baseball Booster Club did it up right and honored the Senior Bulldogs!

First up we have senior infielder, #2, Eric Ruiz. He was escorted by his mother and father, Arminda and Constatino Ruiz. Eric has maintained higher than a 3.8 GPA all four years at Tech and received his academic sweatshirt his junior year. Eric played baseball all four years in high school and was on the varsity team for two years. After Tech he plans on attending the University of Texas at Arlington to major in civil engineering. Eric’s words of wisdom are “Grab life by the seams”.

Next up we have senior, catcher/DH, #3, Adrain “Black Hammer” Guadian. Adrain was escorted by his mother Lynn Perales, Father Jose Guadian and Grandmother Juanita Mendez. Adrain received the “Bulldog Student of the year” as a freshmen. He is also a dual sport athlete, lettering in football and baseball his junior and senior years. After Adrian graduates he plans to go to work for TDi industries as well as to continue welding. Adrian, likes Forrest Gump says “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get”.

Our next senior is #7, third baseman, Jaime Favela. He is walking with his mother and father Jaime and Laura Favela. Jaime has maintained a 3.7 GPA and received his academic sweater his junior year. Jaime played baseball all four years here at Tech and when he graduates he plans on attending the University of Texas at Arlington to study engineering. Jaime’s words of wisdom are “Life is too short to be unhappy”.

Up next we have senior second baseman and outfielder, #9, Salvador “Chicky” Almanza. He was escorted by his mother and father, Martine and Salvador Almanza. Salvador’s academic achievement is that he maintained a 3.7 GPA while here at Tech. Salvador has played baseball all four years for the Bulldogs and plans on attending the Univeristy of Texas at Arlington after he graduates.

 

Our next senior is #11, pitcher/first baseman Michael Vasquez. Michael was escorted by his mother and father Sylvia and Philip Vasquez and his brother Ian Vasquez. Michael is very proud to be top 10 percent of his class, a member of the National Honor Society and an HST student here at Tech. He has lettered with the varsity baseball team for three years and was an Academic Scholar Athlete all four years. Michael has been accepted to TCU and plans on studying Biology for his major. His career plans are to become a pharmacist in the future. Mike would liek to leave you with these words from second Corinthians, Chapter 5 Verse 7 “For we walk by faith no by sight”.

Up next we have #13, outfielder/pitcher, Gustavo Silverio. Gus was escorted by his mother and father, Maria and Luis Aragon and his brother (sister) Kriss Aragon. Gus is happy to say he passed all his classes throughout high school. Gus has played baseball all four years here at Tech and is excited about making the play-offs. After graduation, Gus will be attending Dallas Christian College to further his baseball career and education. He signed a National Letter of Intent this past week. His words of wisdom for everyone is to “Use your time wisely”.

Up next we have infielder, #19 Luis Aragon. He was escorted by his mother and father, Maria and Luis Aragon and brother Kriss Aragon. While at Tech Luis obtained certification in audio visual and advanced filming. Luis is also a dual sport athlete. He lettered his sophomore year playing football and would have the next two years if not for an injury. He has also played baseball for Tech all four years. After graduation Luis plans to further his education in filming.

Next we have pitcher/3rd baseman, #20 Luis Gomez. Luis was escorted by his grandparents Maria and Faustino Salazar. Luis has played on the varsity team for Tech for three years and has plans to go play in college. While in college he will study criminal justice in hopes of later becoming a police officer. Luis’s words of wisdom are that “Baseball is just more than a game, its like life played out on a field”.

Our next senior is #22, center fielder, David Lopez. David was escorted by his mother and father, Maricela and David Lopez. His grandmother Antonia Gomez and his girlfriend Ismene Ramirez. While at Tech David has accomplished numerous academic achievements. He has maintained a 4.0 GPA and is in the top 10 percent of his class. He is proud that he was on the A/B Honor Roll every six weeks during high school. He also received the Pre-AP Biology Award. David is another dual sport athlete. He ran on the varsity cross country team for two years and has been a starter on the varsity baseball team all four years. in 2019 David was given the Defensive MVP. David’s future plans are to realize his dream of playing college baseball and has several junior colleges interested in him. He would also like to attend the University of Texas to study architecture.

And last but definitely not least we have #25, first baseman, Juan Aguilar. Juan was escorted by his mother and father Ana Aguilar and Juan M Aguilar Sr. and his sister Ashlie Aguilar. Juan is in the process of getting certified in refinishing the collision repair and expects to complete it by the end of the year. Juan is another one of our dual sport athletes. Hel played football his junior and senior year and has also played baseball ball all 4 years at Tech. After graduation Juan hopes to attend TCC to study business and management.

Coach Reid would again like to THANK his seniors for all the hard work they have put in. There is still work to be done as playoff coming up after Arlington Heights.

Please come on out Tuesday night here at Tech at 7:00 pm as the Bulldogs take on Arlington Heights then again this Friday at Arlington Heights also at 7:00 pm. If the Bulldogs take care of business they will be the 7-5A District Champions!