Thursday, July 17, 2008

Former Bulldawg to go to UNM

Former Las Cruces High baseball player Ryan Honeycutt will continue his baseball career at the University of New Mexico.

Honeycutt will pitch and play the outfield at UNM. He played at Central Arizona Junior College this past spring. He helped lead the squad to the NJCAA World Series. He will join former teammate at LCHS, Daniel Gonzalez as a Lobo.

- Felix

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Ryan!!!

Always good to see our local kids doing good things.

Anonymous said...

Imagine that another local product going to UNM! Congrats Ryan! Hey Rocky you swung and missed again. Isn't it three strikes and your out???

Anonymous said...

Seems that all the local talent is heading north these days...

NMSU really needs to start looking harder in their own backyard, 'cause UNM is whipping the Aggies with the 'Cruces kids.

sad.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Both Ryan and Daniel. It's always good to see Locals doing well. I also believe a congratulations needs to go out to Coach Gil Padilla and his staff who helped prepare these young men for the next step up in their athletic careers. Way to GO!!

Anonymous said...

I believe if you ask Ryan and Daniel they'll both tell you LCHS had nothing to do with getting them ready. The program needs to be rebuilt from the ground up. New coaches new blood, let football coaches coach football not baseball!

Anonymous said...

As a former teamate to these guys good job. With the talent we had on our teams at LCHS we just could not win the big one, hard to say who was to blame but maybe if the coaches were not always wanting to let one guy shine and win that very important game maybe we would of won at least one BLUE trophy

Anonymous said...

Since 2002 when the Dawgs were brides maids to La Cueva how many players got to the next level. How can you say give the coaches their due. With the success that we share in the summer leagues all over the Southwest they are the reason why our kids STOP improving. Good luck to these guys who got scholarships and did not have to walk on to make the team.

Anonymous said...

Are you serious. Give Coach Padilla and his staff credit for these guys success, you do not know how bad there program is. For years the program relied on talent to take them to where they got to. After the kids that were supposed to go to LCHS transfered to the other schools what have they done. A last place finish. No wonder NMSU doesent even bother going a couple of blocks to look at the guys who are there now.

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