Video from August 18, 2009 – IBL Semi-finals vs. Toronto

Height:6' 2
School:Barton County Community College, Kansas
Park City Rangers

The Cougars received solid pitching Sunday from starter Jordan Hill
February 21, 2011 — The Cougars won the series finale Sunday over McCook (Neb) 3-2 after dropping the opener 4-1. The Cougars received solid pitching Sunday, including four shutout innings from starter Jordan Hill. Ben French, pitching two innings in relief allowed a pair of unearned runs before giving way to Ian Smith who earned the save. Hill got the win in his first action on the mound this season. Barton took 1-0 lead in the 2nd on a Ryan Busboom single that scored Mitch Slauter. The Cougars made it 3-0 in the 3rd as Nathan Miller singled in Jordan Slade and later scored on a Clayton Garland single. Slade, Slauter and Miller each had two hits in the win.
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The 2010 High School Baseball
All-Star Team

June 22, 2010 — An expert panel has selected the very best from around the bases in the GTA. Here are the members of the 2010 high school baseball all-star team. Back row, left to right, Matthew Pileggi, Campion; Troy Black, Philip Pocock; Jordon Boston, Heart Lake; Jordan Hill, Sinclair; Rob Good of Meadowvale; and Jalen Harris, Northern. Front row, left to right, Scott Wilcox, Notre Dame; Connor Panas, Etobicoke; and Phil Diedrick, Pickering.
Toronto Star High School Baseball All Stars

"When you have a team of great players backing you up, it can really settle you down."
June 2, 2010 — Sinclair knocks off defending champs in Prentice Cup play June 2, 2010 - Whitby's Sinclair Celtics wallop defending champion Birchmount Park Panthers of Toronto 11-3 to reach Prentice Cup Final Four.
Sinclair knocks off defending champs in Prentice Cup play

Jordan Hill signs with Barton County
January 25, 2010 — Senior Jordan Hill signs his national letter of intent to play for coach Warren at Barton County Community College in Kansas. (Left: Marc Picard - pitching coach and Top 100 most influential Canadians in baseball; centre: Jordan Hill; right: Glenn Jackson - former Barton County player and holder of 4 school records).

RHP Jordan Hill commits to Barton County
December 2, 2009 — Jordan Hill has verbally committed to play for the Barton County Cougars next year in the highly competitive Jayhawk Conference in Kansas. Jordan will be playing for head coach Mike Warren who has 800+ career wins. Over the past few summers, Warren has seen three of his former pitchers find their way into Major League Baseball as Nate Field (breaking in with the Kansas City Royals and now with the Colorado Rockies), David Sanders (Chicago White Sox), and Jason Stanford (Cleveland Indians) were all called up. On the heels of that came 3 Cougars selected in the 1st 8 rounds of the 2006 MLB Draft. Chad Lee (P, 4th round, Oakland A's), Jeff Christy (C, 6th, Minnesota Twins), and Nate Hedrick (P, 8th, New York Mets) were selected. Lee and Hedrick played with Barton last season. Another former player, pitcher Ryan Phillips, is currently in the Boston Red Sox organization.

IBL Semi-finals
August 19, 2009 — Hawes went six innings, allowing three hits with five strikeouts and three walks, while Price added a scoreless inning and Hill pitched two perfect innings to finish up.

Jordan Hill signs with Baycats
May 12, 2009 — At 17, Jordan Hill signs with the Barrie Baycats and becomes the youngest member of the Baycats pitching staff. The Baycats play in the Intercounty Baseball League (IBL), an amateur, semi-professional baseball organization that was formed in 1919. IBL past and present players include former Major League pitchers Ferguson Jenkins, Jesse Orosco and Paul Spoljaric.