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BRIEF: Beamer's Oyer named first-team, All-State in baseball
Todd Beamer High School senior Brett Oyer was recently named to the first-team, Class 4A All-State Baseball Team by the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association.
The senior led the Titans all the way to the state semifinals, where they finished fourth.
This season, Oyer finished with a .338 average and led Beamer with 27 runs. He also had seven RBIs, walked 20 times and led the team with nine stolen bases.
Oyer also finished 2-1 on the mound with a 2.62 earned-run average, striking out 19 batters in 24 innings pitched. He was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection by the league’s coaches and is set to play at Pierce College next season. Pierce recently won the NWAACC Championship.