Garrett Brech discusses athletic career at Meadowview Christian
Pitcher Garrett Brech wanted the opportunity to win a second state baseball championship at Meadowview Christian School.
When Gov. Kay Ivey ordered the closing of schools K-12 statewide on March 13 and AISA officially ending spring sports last week, Brech’s title aspirations were over.
Brech was a sophomore on the Trojans squad that won the ACAA state championship two years ago. MCS left the ACAA and joined the AISA for the 2018-19 school year.
“I couldn’t finish my senior year,” Brech said. “It’s hard because I miss baseball a lot. Baseball is my favorite sport. I felt that we had a chance to come back and make the state playoffs. Guess that won’t happen now.”
The Trojans’ state title team in 2018 remains a top memory of Brech, a member of The Selma Times-Journal All Dallas County baseball team.
“Winning the state title is my favorite,” Brech said. “We lost in the semifinals when I was a freshman, but we won it all a year later.”
Brech also played on the Trojans’ basketball and football teams. He earned a spot on The Selma Times-Journal All Dallas County basketball team, which surprised him.
“It felt great to make the All Dallas County team,” Brech said. “It was only my second year playing basketball and I enjoyed it.”
Brech is an honor student at MCS. He has a 3.5 GPA.
Brech said he hasn’t decided on a college choice.
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