Three Jones County Junior College baseball standouts have received postseason honors.
Shortstop Benji Sullivan has been named first-team All-MACJC and All-Region 23. Catcher Tyler Graves and left-handed pitcher Westin Stringer have been named second-team All-MACJC.
Sullivan, a sophomore from South Jones, posted a .358 batting average with two home runs and 26 RBIs. He had 53 hits, which led the team. He scored 37 runs, had nine doubles and had a .417 on-base percentage. Sullivan has already signed with Delta State University.
Graves, a freshman from Petal, caught almost every inning for the Bobcats this spring. He had a .388 batting average with one home run and 29 RBIs. He had 50 hits and a .500 on-base percentage. He also led the team by being hit by a pitch 17 times.
Stringer, a freshman from Terry, was 7-0 with a 3.30 earned run average. He pitched 57 1/3 innings, allowed 47 hits, walked 28 and had 39 strikeouts. He threw a no-hitter vs. Southwest Mississippi in a 7-0 JCJC win on April 6. He was the MACJC and NJCAA Division II Pitcher of the Week for the week of April 1-7.