Reggie Bergeron of John Curtis signs with Nunez baseball

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John Curtis Christian standout Reggie Bergeron has signed a baseball scholarship with Nunez Community College.

Bergeron was an integral part of the Patriots team which finished in a tie for the District 9-5A championship and reached the Division I semifinals.

Bergeron batted .343 with seven doubles and 23 RBI while making just two errors all season at third base.

“Reggie is a hard working, self-made baseball player who had a phenomenal senior season for us,” Patriots coach Jeff Curtis said. “He came up with huge clutch hits for us all season long, just at the right time. He was a rock at third base for us and mage huge play after huge play throughout the season.”

The semifinal loss to district rival and eventual state champion Jesuit by a 4-3 margin in nine innings was impacted by an injury to Bergeron.

“When he hurt his ankle in the semifinal game and had to come out, it was a huge blow offensively and defensively,” Curtis said. “The biggest thing was not having his presence on the field and in the lineup.

“He was sorely missed in as several clutch situations came up in that game. I am thankful for the opportunity to coach Reggie. They don’t come much better than him. He pours his heart and soul into the game and does everything the right way. He will be missed greatly.”

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