Senior Drew Burman and Junior Nate Hill were the only two Laramie Rangers honored by the coaches in the South District for the 2014 baseball season.

Both players were named Second Team All-South District in 2014.

Burman, who was a First Team All-District performer last year, is hitting .404 with 22 RBI this season. Fourteen of his 44 total hits this year are extra-base hits. Drew is 0-4 on the mound with a 7.80 earned run average. He's only appeared in ten games and thrown just 23.1 innings this season.

Hill leads the Rangers with a .428 batting average. He is second in both total hits (59) and RBI (34). As a pitcher, Hill is 4-8 with one save. His ERA is 4.04, and he leads Laramie with 52 innings pitched so far this season. This is the first honor in Hill's career with the Rangers.

Laramie opens the 2014 Wyoming State American Legion Baseball Class A Championship tournament Wednesday versus Powell. The game is at 7 p.m.

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