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Fast start for Brighton’s Trevor Thomas on Warner baseball

Trevor Thomas

Warner University outfielder Trevor Thomas, from the Brighton Reservation, started the season on a positive note with a pair of hits in his first game Feb. 1.

Thomas, a senior, had two singles in the team’s 10-9 home loss to Ave Maria University in Lake Wales. He batted eighth in the order and started in left field.

In his next game, Thomas continued his strong start with one hit and one RBI in a 9-6 win against Edward Waters College. His RBI came on a fourth inning single that knotted the score at 3-3.

On Feb. 12, the former Okeechobee High Brahman notched a hit and RBI and scored a run in a 9-6 win against Montreat College.

As of Feb. 20, he had a .217 batting average.

Thomas has been in the Warner program since 2018. Last season he started 15 games and batted .220 with three doubles and six RBIs in 50 at-bats.

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