Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Dietrich said he and his family will be relocating, which means Billy's son, Tyler, will also be leaving the school.
A rising junior and a catcher, Dietrich hit .480 with 20 RBIs and caught 73 percent of runners trying to steal this spring. Dietrich, according to his dad, is on a number of Division I radars. Tyler had verbally committed to play baseball at the University of Houston but said he has withdrawn his commitment.
Dietrich was also in the mix to be the football team's starting quarterback.
Billy Dietrich led the Thunder to the program's second district championship this spring, as ODA defeated Cardinal Mooney, which won both regular-season meetings, in the Class 3A-District 10 final.
Posted by Bradenton Herald at 11:08 AM