Mill Creek baseball coach Doug Jones has a record of 471-238 and has coached and guided three teams that have reached the state semifinals.
When Michael “Mike” Flax begins his senior year at Clearview Regional High School this month, he will be part of the boys varsity baseball team for his fourth consecutive year. Not only has Mike competed at the high school level, but he has also played baseball for over a decade in local little league and on travel teams including the Heat and Young Guns.
Tyler Cerny suffered through a mysterious illness this past spring, derailing most of his junior baseball season at Center Grove. However, the Indiana commit has returned and is looking forward to his senior year after a strong summer campaign with the Indiana Bulls.
Western High School and Indiana Bulls baseball standout Mitchell Dean continues to develop his skills day in and day out. Playing alongside his brother, Purdue commit Parker, Mitchell has cemented his own Division I college baseball future with Louisville.
Jackson Wells became the first-ever Rogers Mountie to receive the Gatorade Arkansas Player of the Year award and is now on his way to pitch for the University of Arkansas Rich Mountain Bucks.
Regina Red Sox head coach, Jason Veyna has coached the team since 2019 and also serves as a head coach at Lamar High School in Lamar, Colo.
It was an exciting time for Larchmont native Peter Matt when the Chicago Cubs selected him in the MLB draft.
Arlington’s rising junior Eric Servellon recently announced his commitment to play baseball at West Virginia University. The star pitcher has continued his surprise growth throughout the past year.
“If anything is worth doing, then it is worth giving your best effort,” said Frank W. Cox High School graduate Ethan Anderson, 17 years old. As a former Cox varsity baseball team catcher and highly sought after recruit, he lives by these words. Ethan verbally committed to play baseball for the University of Virginia (UVA) as an eighth-grader in 2017, and he heads to Charlottesville this fall to continue his athletic and academic career.
Between his spring season at Westfield High School and his summer campaign with the Indiana Bulls, Keaton Mahan continues to show why he has the potential to be a Division I college baseball star at Ohio State.