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LUCAS KELLY (MVP)

School: South Lewis

Grade: 12

Position: Catcher

Stats: .424, 32 RBIs, 3 HR, 7 3B, 26 runs

College plans: Mohawk Valley CC

Coach’s report: “Lucas really takes pride in his hitting and it shows in his work ethic. He’s very strong and has a really quick bat, and he almost always makes contact.”

— Chad Brown

South Lewis coach

RYAN ALLEN

School: Sackets Harbor

Grade: 11

Position: Infielder/Pitcher

Stats: .360, 16 RBIs, 6-0, .73 ERA

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “Ryan was a great team leader. You wouldn’t know he was off all last year (due to injury). His senior year should offer us an even better season.”

- Paul Gibbs

Sackets Harbor coach

VINCENZO ALTERI

School: Immaculate Heart Central

Grade: 9

Position: Infield

Stats: .442, 3 2b, 10 RBIs

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “He has great focus and concentration at the plate. A great eye and quick reactions. His understanding of the game is well in advance of his age.”

— Mike Delaney

IHC coach

COLLIN JORDEN

School: Watertown

Grade: 12

Position: Infield

Stats: .453, 10 RBIs

college plans: Jefferson CC

Coach’s report: “Collin is the type of kid that every coach dreams of. he never quit and his competitiveness is second to none.”

—Matt Covey

Watertown coach

LOGAN LAFLAMME

School: South Jefferson

Grade: 12

Position: Utility

Stats: .412, 5-1 61 K

College plans: Jefferson CC

Coach’s report: “Logan was a very tough out at the plate and di an outstanding job at first. And when we needed a win, he was who we went with on the mound.”

- Joe Vaadi

South Jefferson coach

JASON MARTIN

School: South Lewis

Grade: 12

Position: Pitcher

Stats: 9-1, .67 ERA, 108 K, 66 2/3 IP

College plans: SUNY Cortland

Coach’s report: “Jason is one of the few high school pitchers who can throw four different pitches for strikes, and all with movement. He’s as tough a competitor as I’ve every coached.”

- Chad Brown

South Lewis coach

MIKE MARTIN

School: Heuvelton

Grade: 10

Position: Infield

Stats: .500 average, 1.90 ERA

College plans: Undecided.

Coach’s report: He’s a solid hitter and was our leadoff hitter. We needed someone who could get on base. He pitched big games for us and he throws strikes and limits walks.”

- Dave Steele

Heuvelton coach.

BEN MILLER

School: Potsdam

Grade: 12

Position: Outfield

Stats: .500, 17 RBI; 5-0, 0.41 ERA, 58 K.

College plans: St. Lawrence.

Coach’s report: “Ben had an outstanding season on the mound and at the plate. He is a crafty lefty with great command. He hits for power and average.”

- Chris Donah

Potsdam coach

WILL COLEMAN

School: Potsdam

Grade: 12

Position: Pitcher

Stats: 5-1, 0.21 ERA, 65 K; .489, 18 RBI

College plans: Clarkson.

Coach’s report: “Will is an incredible power pitcher with great control. He averaged two strikeouts per inning. He was second in every offensive category on the team.”

- Chris Donah

Potsdam coach

SETH PINKERTON

School: OFA

Grade: 11

Position: Infield

Stats: .321; 5-0, 1.85, 70 K

College plans: Undecided

Coach’s report: “Seth is a great athlete who showed vast potential this year. He fought through injuries for most of the year and still had an excellent season.

- Tom Pinkerton, OFA coach

JON TAYLER

School: OFA

Grade: 12

Position: Designated hitter

Stats: .429, 16 RBI

College plans: Clinton CC.

Coach’s report: “Jon was our offensive player of the year. He had an outstanding season at the plate, leading the team in average, hits and RBIs.”

- Tom Pinkerton, OFA coach

JUSTIN HARTLE

School: Harrisville

Grade: 12

Position: Infield

Stats: .608, 2 HR, 23 RBI, 19 SB

College plans: undecided.

Coach’s report: “Justin is a five-tool player. He had an amazing season and controlled games on the mound and changed games at the plate.”

- Shane Countryman, Harrisville coach.

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