"Since I was like three years old, my dad basically, when I was born he already had my glove and my bat ready to go. I've been playing this game since I was like, since as long as I can remember." His first sport, his first love is the game of baseball. United High School Senior, Sergio Pollorena grew up with baseball in his blood. Entering into the United baseball program, the third baseman had big shoes to fill; his two older brothers, Oscar and Luis, played in the Longhorn program as well. Luis is now playing in the division one level at Mississippi State. "My brother Luis, he basically teaches me the ropes and my brother also Oscar, they both taught me how to be a leader. So they showed me what it takes to go far in the playoffs and be the best baseball player I can be." Usually on third, Sergio excels not only on the field, but also at the plate. The right-hander batted just over 40-percent in 113 at bats, including 25 RBIs. But more importantly, is his leadership role on the team. "Leadership, hard work. He's not too much the rah rah guy, he just goes out there and performers on what needs to get done. Whenever the game is on the line, he wants to step in there. That’s what you want from a leader." Sergio also pitched this season, going a perfect 10-0 on the mound. But his favorite part of the game? That's the celebration after a hard earned win. "My favorite part is partly the dog pile at the end of the big game. That shows the hard work that comes out."