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In every aspect of the game of baseball, Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) sophomore Dylan Dombrowskas has taken his game to the next level. Recently named to the Region X Second Team as a designated hitter, the King George alumni and baseball standout who normally plays at first base, broke the school record for number of doubles (24). He finished the season with a batting average of .365 (2nd highest on the team). He has proven to be an iron-man, after playing in 49 games, including 195 plate appearances.
His performance statistics include: 167 at bats, 61 hits, 24 doubles, one triple, 41 RBIs, 17 walks, two stolen bases, while striking out only 13 times. Currently, he is ranked second nationally in the number of doubles.
Most recently, PHCC finished the regular season with a record of 36-14 (overall), and 20-8, (conference). PHCC is currently ranked 11th in the poll on NJCAA.
He is currently under the watchful recruiting scope of several four-year colleges, including University of Mary Washingont, Guilford College, and Bridgewater.
During the Region X Tournament, PHCC lost its first game to Lenoir Community College 10-2, but rebounded to win the next two games against Wake Technical Community College, and Surry Community College, 11-2, and 15-1. However, in the semi-finals, PHCC narrowly lost to Catawba Valley Community College, 8-5. During the tournament, Dombrowkas produced six hits, during 16 at bats.