Four Trojans sign national letters of intent

Four Tattnall Trojans signed their national letters of intent Tuesday afternoon at Tattnall Square Academy. /(Luke Hetrick, WGXA)

MACON, GA -- No matter it be baseball or softball, Joey Hiller always seems to breed successful talent at Tattnall.

Tuesday afternoon proved that as four Trojans, two baseball and two softball players, signed their national letters of intent to continue their careers on the diamond.

Fresh off a deep run in the state tournament, softball stars Allie Gordon and Carley Ingle signed with Belhaven University in Mississippi. Both Gordon and Ingle helped Tattnall reach the Elite 8 in back to back seasons.

Baseball stars Logan Fink and Logan Simmons honored their commitments and signed their letters of intent. Fink will continue his career at Kennesaw State while big-league prospect Simmons signed with Georgia Tech.

"Everything I've worked for is complete now and I know all the hard work pays off," Simmons said. "I know God just blessed me in the right way. I try and stay focused on not taking that for granted and realizing my blessings and taking the best opportunities I can get. They've been watching me since I was 13 so they've pretty much seen me grow into a young man. The relationship we've built is unbreakable, I love those guys."

All four signees helped Tattnall finish second in the state in Class-A Private softball and baseball in 2017.

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