Lyman Ward’s James Adcox signs to play baseball at next level

Submitted / The Outlook

Lyman Ward’s James Adcox, seated, signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball with Howard College in Big Spring, Texas. Adcox has been teh starting pitcher for the Rangers since his sophomore year at LWMA, and as a junior, he led the Rangers to a third-place finish in the state tournament. At his signing, Adcox was joined by, back row, from left, Lyman Ward baseball coach Wynn Fletcher, President Lt. Col. Jared Norrell, former baseball coach Terry Arwood, athletic director Keith Elliott and academic dean Mark Morgan.

Lyman Ward’s James Adcox, seated, signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball with Howard College in Big Spring, Texas.

Adcox has been the starting pitcher for the Rangers since his sophomore year at LWMA, and as a junior, he led the Rangers to a third-place finish in the state tournament.

At his signing, Adcox was joined by, back row, from left, Lyman Ward baseball coach Wynn Fletcher, President Lt. Col. Jared Norrell, former baseball coach Terry Arwood, athletic director Keith Elliott and academic dean Mark Morgan.