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BASEBALL ACADEMY

2011 recap

TABLE OF CONTENTS




  1. COVER SHEET

  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS

  3. COACHING STAFF

  • Jory Coughenour

  • Patrick Cutshall

  1. 2011 ROSTER

  2. SENIORS / JUNIORS

  • Austin Eppstein

  • Jeff Carmody

  1. JUNIORS

  • Augie Luptak

  • Bryton Peternel

  1. JUNIORS / SOPHOMORES

  • Riley Schwertz

  • Zach Chinchilla

  1. SOPHOMORES

  • Ryan Cox

  • Justin Dattilo

  1. SOPHOMORES

  • James Divosevik

  • Timmy Hughes

  1. SOPHOMORES

  • Devin Kelosky

  • James Meeker

  1. SOPHOMORES

  1. SOPHOMORES

  • Todd Weischedel

13. 2011 RESULTS

14. COLLEGE PLAYERS & DRAFTED PLAYERS

15. YOUNGER ROSTERS


  • 16U Lookouts

  • 15U River Bandits

  • 15U Raiders

16. YOUNGER ROSTERS

  • 14U Astros

  • 14U Panthers

  • 13U Pirates

  • 12U Sliders

  • 11U Mudcats





COACHING STAFF
JORY COUGHENOUR

Jory Coughenour pitched five years in the minors, reaching as high as AA, after setting a University of Pittsburgh record for innings as an amateur. Overall, he was 22-21 in the minor leagues.

In his sophomore year of college, Jory had a 2-2 record, one save and a 4.70 ERA. Coughenour won 5 and lost five as a senior, saving one and posting a 4.23 ERA. He had a 2.06 ERA in April, 20th-best in the NCAA, drawing some interest. Overall, he had fanned 154 batters in 233 IP in college and he set a Pitt record for innings pitched. His ERA was 4.23 overall and he had won 12 games. The Houston Astros selected Coughenour in the 20th round of the 2000 amateur draft, with the 607th pick. Assigned to the Auburn Doubledays, he had a 4-7, 5.06 record in his pro debut.

In 2001, Jory had a 11-5, 3.78 record for the Michigan Battle Cats. He started 14 games and relieved in 21 (saving two). walking just 22 in 126 1/3 IP. Coughenour improved further in 2002 - in 5 games with Michigan, he won one and saved three, with a 1.46 ERA and no walks in 12 1/3 IP. Promoted to the Round Rock Express, he had a 3-2 record with three saves and a 3.52 ERA.

Returning to Round Rock in 2003, he went 2-5 with 3 saves and a 7.09 ERA in 34 games. Sent down to the Salem Avalanche, he won one and saved one with a 2.08 ERA in 10 games, but his ERA was 4.16 and his WHIP 1.56. Moving to independent ball, Coughenour returned to his roots in southwestern Pennsylvania in 2004 with the Washington Wild Things, for whom he was 0-2 with a 4.57 ERA in five games.



PATRICK CUTSHALL

Patrick Cutshall played three years in the minors after being a four year starter for Mercyhurst College as an amateur. Overall, he finished his career with a .265 batting average in the minor leagues.

In his senior year of college, Patrick hit .400 and broke the single season records for hits (68), doubles (17), home runs (16) and runs batted in (72). Patrick still owns the career records for hits (236), home runs (28), runs batted in (189), runs (182) and is 2nd with a career .398 batting average. In 2009, he was inducted in to the Mercyhurst College Hall of Fame with his college coach Joe Jordano (Current University of Pittsburgh head coach).

The Houston Astros selected Cutshall in the 17th round of the 1997 amateur draft, with the 520th pick. Assigned to the Auburn Doubledays, he hit .297 and lead the New York Penn League with 23 doubles. Cutshall finished the season with 54 runs scored (2nd in the league), 130 total bases (3rd in the league) and was the only player to start all 72 games. In 1998, Patrick had a .246 batting average for the Michigan Battle Cats. He played in 114 games and was selected to play in the 1998 Midwest Baseball League All-Star game.

Returning to the Battle Cats in 1999, he struggled to stay healthy and only played in 8 games. Patrick left professional baseball and returned to his alma-mateur to coach at Mercyhurst College – North East campus. He coached two seasons for the Saints finishing with a 34-32 record and two appearances to the NJCAA Division II Regionals.



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2011 ROSTER
No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. B/T Grad Yr. High School

43 Austin Eppstein 6’1 180 1B/OF L/R 2011 Hubbard (OH)

17 Jeff Carmody 6’0 195 1B/P R/L 2012 Western Beaver

7 Augie Luptak 6’1 175 IF/P L/R 2012 Quaker Valley

15 Bryton Peternel 6’1 183 OF R/R 2012 Central Catholic

14 Riley Schwertz 6’1 160 OF/P R/R 2012 Freedom

30 Zach Chinchilla 6’2 170 OF/P R/R 2013 Quigley

2 Ryan Cox 6’0 165 SS L/R 2013 Hopewell

8 Justin Dattilo 6’0 165 C R/R 2013 North Allegheny

24 Jimmy Divosevik 6’3 180 OF/P L/R 2013 North Allegheny

1 Timmy Hughes 5’11 180 1B/P L/L 2013 Hopewell

4 Devin Kelosky 5’10 165 IF/P R/R 2013 Riverside

16 James Meeker 6’2 165 IF/P L/R 2013 North Allegheny

5 Jake Pilewicz 6’2 170 IF/P R/R 2013 Quaker Valley

12 Austin Ross 6’0 160 IF/P R/R 2013 Beaver

21 Todd Weischedel 6’0 225 OF R/R 2013 Rochester




Head Coach: Patrick Cutshall

Assistant Coach: Doug Piatt

Assistant Coach: Jim Meeker

Assistant Coach: Don Cox

Numeric Roster
No. Name

1 Timmy Hughes

2 Ryan Cox

4 Devin Kelosky

5 Jake Pilewicz

7 Augie Luptak

8 Justin Dattilo

12 Austin Ross

14 Riley Schwertz

15 Bryton Peternel

16 James Meeker

17 Jeff Carmody

21 Todd Weischedel

24 James Divosevik

30 Zach Chinchilla

43 Austin Eppstein



SENIORS

Austin Eppstein #43

Sr.


Hubbard High School

Position: 1B/OF

Bats: L Throws: R

Committed to the:

University of Mount Union (OH)
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In his first season with the Sports Zone Express, Austin played in 22 games and batted .258. Austin started the season 1-22 (.045) but finished 11-36 (.305) with 3 doubles and 15 RBI’s. Austin started 11 games at 1B and 10 games in left field.
Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Senior 22 62 58 11 12 3 0 0 15 3 6 .258 0/0



JUNIORS


Jeff Carmody #17

Jr.


Western Beaver High School

Position: 1B/LHP

Bats: R Throws: L

60 Time: N/A Arm Strength: N/A





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In his first season with the Sports Zone Express, Jeff played in 15 games and batted .129. Jeff also pitched in two games and finished 0-1 with a 13.50 ERA. Jeff started 8 games at first base and was used primarily as a designated hitter.
Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Junior 15 37 31 3 4 1 0 1 3 4 16 .129 0/0


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Junior 2 0 1 13.50 6 14 9 9 3 6





Augie Luptak #7

Jr.


Quaker Valley High School

Position: IF/P

Bats: L Throws: R

60 time: 7.6 Infield Arm: 73 mph

*WPEBL Showcase results
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This is Augie’s 3rd year with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy, Augie played in 21 games and batted .419 and led the team with 4 home

runs. Augie also pitched in 2 games and posted a 6.75 ERA. Augie hit two home runs in one game at the Boys of Summer Freedom Classic

Tournament. At the WPEBL Showcase, Augie ran a 7.6 60 yd dash and was clocked at 73 mph from his shortstop position. Augie started 13

games at shortstop, 3 games as a catcher, 3 games as a third baseman and 1 game in the outfield.


Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Junior 21 72 62 13 26 3 0 4 17 8 4 .419 5/3


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Junior 2 0 1 6.75 8 10 10 6 5 5





Bryton Peternel #15

Jr.


Central Catholic High School

Position: OF/3B

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.2 Outfield Arm: 77 mph

*Triple Crown Nationals Showcase results
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This was Bryton’s 1st year with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Bryton played in 40 games, batted .393 and was tied for 2nd with

hits (37). Bryton was the only Sports Zone player with a home run at the Nationals in Virginia. Bryton was very versatile, he played

all three outfield positions as well as third base and shortstop. Bryton ran a 7.2 at theTriple Crown Nationals Showcase and was clocked

at 77 mph from the outfield.


Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Junior 40 117 106 25 37 7 2 2 23 6 15 .393 7/2




Riley Schwertz #14

Jr.


Freedom High School

Position: OF/P

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.1 Arm Strength: 81-83 mph

*Triple Crown Nationals Showcase results


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This is Riley’s 4th season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Riley played in 47 games, batted .324 and led the team with

10 stolen bases. Riley also pitched in 13 games and finished the season 5-3 with a 6.02 ERA. Riley pitched a complete game at the

Lansing Lugnut Stadium against the Diamond Stars (IN) baseball team and was clocked consistently between 80-83 mph. At the WPEBL

Showcase, Riley ran a 7.2 60 yard dash and was clocked at 79 mph from the outfield (a day after pitching a complete game). At the Triple

Crown Nationals in Richmond, Virginia, he ran a 7.1 60 yard dash and threw 81 mph from the mound.
Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Junior 47 133 111 32 36 8 2 1 19 16 12 .324 10/0


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Junior 13 5 3 6.02 54.0 66 50 39 33 21



SOPHOMORES

Zach Chinchilla #30

So.


Quigley High School

Position: OF/P

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.3 Arm Strength: 84 mph

*Triple Crown Nationals Showcase results



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This is Zach’s 3rd season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Zach played in 43 games and batted .311. Zach also pitched in 16

games, finished the season 6-3 with a 3.06 ERA and led the team in innings pitched as well as ERA. For his high school team, he was a varsity starter and WPIAL All Section as a freshman and a sophomore. At the Triple Crown Nationals in Richmond, Virginia, he ran a 7.3 60 yard dash and threw 84 mph from the mound.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 43 134 103 21 32 9 1 1 25 24 31 .311 6/0


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 16 6 3 3.06 67.2 75 37 23 41 18




Ryan Cox #2

So.


Hopewell High School

Position: IF

Bats: L Throws: R

60 time: 7.3 Arm Strength: 76-78 mph





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This is Ryan’s 4th Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Ryan played in 24 games and finished with an impressive .409

batting average. Ryan started 21 games at shortstop and is capable of playing any position. Ryan was also the starting shortstop for

his local Hopewell High School as a sophomore. Ryan ran a 7.3 60 yard dash at the fall tryouts and was clocked at 76 mph at

Youthtowne field, in a game he pitched against the Travelling Saints.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 24 83 66 24 27 2 0 0 7 14 4 .409 2/1


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 1 1 0 3.60 5.0 5 3 2 4 2




Justin Dattilo #8

So.


North Allegheny High School

Position: C

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.4 Pop Time: 2.05 – 2.15





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This is Justin’s 3rd season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Justin played in 31 games and finished with a .341 batting average.

Justin started 29 games as the catcher and played 2 games at first base. Justin also played for the Mid-Atlantic Canes and travelled to

multiple tournaments up and down the east coast. Justin was clocked at a 7.4 60 yard and 2.08 pop time at the Sports Zone fall tryouts.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 31 98 85 20 29 6 2 1 25 10 12 .341 0/0




James Divosevic #24

So.


North Allegheny High School

Position: OF/P

Bats: L Throws: R

60 time: 7.1 Arm Strength: 77-81 mph


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This was Jimmy’s 1st season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Jimmy played in 17 games and finished with a .303 batting average.

Jimmy started 15 games in centerfield and 2 games in right field. Jimmy pitched in 5 games and was very impressive not giving up a run in 11 innings. Jimmy also played for the Mid-Atlantic Canes and travelled to multiple tournaments up and down the east coast. Jimmy was clocked at a 7.1 60 yard and 80 mph at the Sports Zone fall tryouts.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 17 59 47 16 14 6 2 0 7 10 7 .303 2/2
Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 5 2 0 0.00 11.0 4 0 0 7 5




Timmy Hughes #1

So.


Hopewell High School

Position: 1B/LHP

Bats: L Throws: L

60 time: 7.7 Arm Strength: 76-78 mph





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This is Timmy’s 4th Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Timmy played in 39 games, finished with an impressive .370

batting average and led the team in RBI’s (34). Timmy also pitched in 7 games and finished 2-3. Timmy ran a 7.7 60 yard dash at the fall tryouts and was clocked at 77 mph.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 39 130 100 30 37 10 0 2 34 24 14 .370 2/0


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 7 2 3 7.71 16.1 18 18 14 21 20




Devin Kelosky #4

So.


Riverside High School

Position: IF/P

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.1 Arm Strength: 76-78 mph


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This is Devin’s 4th Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Devin played in 29 games and finished with a .284 batting average. Devin started 27 games at second base and 2 games at short stop. Devin was also the starting second baseman for his local Riverside High School as a sophomore. Devin ran a 7.1 60 yard dash at the fall tryouts and was clocked at 76 mph.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 29 85 67 23 19 5 2 0 10 14 15 .284 3/1


Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 2 1 0 0.00 7.0 5 2 0 5 0




James Meeker #16

So.


North Allegheny High School

Position: IF/P

Bats: L Throws: R

60 time: 7.4 Arm Strength: 79–81mph

*Triple Crown Nationals Showcase results



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This is James’s 4th Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. James played in 46 games and finished with an impressive .472

batting average. James led the team in hits with 58 and doubles with 13. James started 21 games at second base and 10 games at third base. James pitched in 15 games and finished 7-2 with a 3.54 ERA. James ran a 7.4 60 yard dash and was clocked at 79 mph at the Triple Crown Nationals in Richmond, Va.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 46 144 123 29 58 13 1 0 28 13 5 .472 6/1
Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 15 7 2 3.54 53.1 60 25 21 33 11




Jake Pilewicz #5

So.


Quaker Valley High School

Position: IF/P

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.3 Arm Strength: 78-81 mph





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This is Jake’s 4th Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Jake played in 30 games and finished with a .250 batting average.

Jake started 22 games at thirdbase and is capable of playing any position. Jake was also the starting shortstop for his local Quaker Valley High School as a sophomore. Jake pitched 10 games and finished 1-3 with a 7.24 ERA. Jake ran a 7.3 60 yard dash and was clocked at 80 mph at the Triple Crown Nationals in Richmond, VA.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 30 85 76 14 19 5 0 0 17 9 24 .250 6/0
Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 10 1 3 7.24 27.1 43 30 22 15 16




Austin Ross #12

So.


Beaver High School

Position: IF/P

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.3 Arm Strength: 83-86 mph

*Triple Crown Nationals All-Star Game



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This is Austin’s 4th Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Austin played in 43 games and finished with a .303batting average. Austin started 24 games at third base and 5 games at first base. Austin was also the starting first baseman for his local Beaver High School as a sophomore. Austin pitched in 14 games and was 6-2 with a 3.67 ERA. Austin ran a 7.3 60 yard dash at the fall tryouts and was clocked at 86 mph at the Triple Crown Nationals All-Star game.

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 43 114 89 29 27 9 1 0 19 20 13 .303 0/2
Pitching Stats G W L ERA IP H R ER SO BB

Sophomore 14 6 2 3.67 54.0 63 33 22 72 31




Todd Weischedel #21

So.


Rochester High School

Position: OF

Bats: R Throws: R

60 time: 7.3 Arm Strength: 74-76 mph





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This is Todd’s 3rd Season with the Sports Zone Baseball Academy. Todd played in 46 games and finished with.234 batting average.

Todd started all 46 games at right field, was 2nd on the team in doubles with 10 and was the only player to hit a homerun with a wood bat in the BWP tournament. Todd was also the starting third baseman for his local Rochester High School as a sophomore. Todd ran a 7.3 60 yard dash at the fall tryouts and was clocked at 75 mph..

Hitting Stats GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Avg. SB/CS

Sophomore 46 138 128 23 30 10 0 1 23 7 39 .234 2/0






2011 SCHEDULE
Date Opponent Location Time Results

May 24 Seneca Valley Palomino High Field Park 6:00 PM L 2-3

May 28 Independent Players Mt. Aloysius College 11:00 AM W 10-2

May 28 Seneca Valley Palomino Mt. Aloysius College 2:00 PM W 8-6

June 2 Diamond Dawgs Laroche College 6:00 PM T 5-5

June 4 Steel City Wildcats Seton Hill University 2:00 PM L 2-6

June 4 Springdale Baseball Seton Hill University 5:00 PM L 3-5

June 7 Red Sox Findlay Complex 6:00 PM L 2-5



BATTLE ON THE BORDER TOURNAMENT 16U YOUNGSTOWN, OH

June 9 Columbiana Pemberton Front 6:00 PM W 15-0

June 10 Cleveland All-Stars Cene Park #3 6:30 PM W 12-3

June 11 Sam Pitzulo Homes Firestone Park 3:30 PM W 14-1

June 12 Cy Young Diamond Backs Quarter-Finals 10:00 AM W 3-2

June 12 Astro Falcons Semi-Finals 3:00 PM W 11-0

June 12 Livi Steel Finals 6:00 PM W 17-2

June 15 Steel City Wildcats Greentree Field 6:00 PM L 0-10

June 16 Diamond Dawgs Monaca High School 6:00 PM L 4-6

CAPITAL CITY CLASSIC TOURNAMENT 16U LANSING, MI

June 18 Lansing Hit Club Holt Varsity 9:00 AM W 4-2

June 18 Harper Baseball Holt Varsity 11:30 AM W 9-0

June 19 Lansing Hit Club Semi-Finals 9:00 AM W 3-2

June 19 Stars Baseball Academy (IN) Finals 1:00 PM W 7-2

June 22 Red Sox Monaca High School 6:00 PM L 3-12



MOUNTAINEER SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT 16U MORGANTOWN, WV

June 25 Philadelphia Whiz Kids Morgantown, WV 5:50 PM W 2-1

June 25 Diamond State Longhorns (DE) Morgantown, WV 7:50 PM W 9-2

June 26 Loudon County South Eagles Morgantown, WV Semi-Finals L 6-7



BOYS OF SUMMER TOURNAMENT 17U CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH

July 2 Strongsville Dirtbags Willaim O Dotson Field 9:00 AM W 11-0

July 2 Ohio Sharks Summit Lake Park 1:30 PM W 13-2

July 3 Perry Post 221 Perry High School 1:30 PM W 8-6

July 3 Allegheny Hustlers Semi-Finals 11:15 AM L 2-10

July 6 North Allegheny Monaca High School 6:00 PM L 4-7

July 8 Allegheny Tigers Monaca High School 6:00 PM L 3-13

July 9 Independent Players Kent State University 11:00 AM W 9-1

July 10 Independent Players Springdale 11:00 AM W 15-1

July 12 Seneca Valley Palomino Monaca High School 6:00 PM W 12-8

July 14 Allegheny Tigers Chartiers Valley 6:00 PM W 12-8

July 16 Springdale Baseball Springdale 3:30 PM L 1-11 L 5-7

July 20 Red Sox Findlay Complex 2:30 PM L 3-14

July 20 Allegheny Tigers Chartiers Valley 6:00 PM L 0-4

July 21 North Allegheny North Allegheny 3:30 PM L 3-4

July 21 Diamond Dawgs Laroche College 6:00 PM L 4-5



BWP BATS TOURNAMENT 16U DUBOIS, PA

July 23 Flood City Elite Navy Dubois, PA 3:45 PM W 10-0

July 23 Elite Baseball Academy Dubois, PA 6:00 PM W 3-2

July 24 Providence Baseball Academy Quarter-Finals 11:45 AM W 13-3

July 24 Flood City Elite Gold Semi-Finals 2:00 PM W 9-3

July 24 BWP Bats Finals 4:45 PM W 9-2



TRIPLE CROWN NATIONALS 16U RICHMOND, VA

July 26 BC Saints (NJ) Virginia Sports Complex 3:45 PM W 10-0

July 26 Connecticut Owls Virginia Sports Complex 6:00 PM W 8-6

July 27 Virginia Knights JR Tucker HS 8:00 AM W 10-0

July 28 Dallas Dodgers (TX) Playoffs 3:30 PM W 7-4

July 29 BWP Bats Quarter-Finals 8:00 AM W 3-1

July 29 Bearcats Baseball Semi-Finals 1:00 PM L 2-4


  • League Games

  • Tournament Games


COLLEGE PLAYERS & DRAFTED PLAYERS

Player High School College/University

Nico Baldelli Riverside Mercyhurst College

Matt Berezo Pine Richland Duke University

Brian Billigen Bishop Canevin Cornell University

DJ Cannon Mars Seton Hill University

Zach Davis Hampton Penn State Greater Allegheny

Nate DeFilippi Central Valley Seton Hill University

Scott Dierdorf Hopewell Penn State Greater Allegheny

Richie Doyle North Allegheny Penn State Behrend

Brad Duffy Vincentian Mercyhurst College

Brandon Durbin Seneca Valley Grove City College

Tyler George Hopewell Barton College

Brad Goedker Monaca Cleveland State University

Matt Greene Beaver Mt. Union

Michael Guarascio Central Valley Thiel College

Andrew Heck North Hills Duquesne University

Kyle Helisek Seneca Valley Villanova University

Richie Hocanson Rochester Slippery Rock University

Dan Jergel Seneca Valley Mercyhurst College

Brad Johnson Seneca Valley University of Charleston (WV)

Anthony Lamont Southside California University of PA

Seth Libby Quaker Valley George Washington University

Marcus Magister Hampton Grove City College

Cory Mazzoni Seneca Valley North Carolina State University



*Drafted in 26th Round by Washington Nationals

Cory McGinnis Hampton Winthrop University

Brandon Mosely New Brighton LaRoche College

Frank Poerio Hampton Flagler College

Ryan Robowski Uniontown Ohio Dominican

*Drafted in 16th Round by Arizona Diamondbacks

Kris Roper Beaver Ashland University

Zach Schmidt Moon Bowling Green State University

Andy Sharek Quaker Valley Wittenberg College

Dylan Songer North Allegheny Indiana University of PA

Alex Valadja North Catholic James Madison University

Christian Valeriano Riverside Lehigh University

Chris Vergos Gateway Duquesne University

Max Vogel Hopewell Winthrop University

Kenny Walrond Seneca Valley Mercyhurst College

Quinten Williams Central Catholic Northwestern University

*Drafted in 38th round by Toronto Blue Jays

Derrick Zeroski West Allegheny Duquesne University

Geoff Zonn Kiski Lynchburg College

YOUNGER ROSTERS
Sports Zone Lookouts 16U (34-10)
No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. B/T Yr. High School

11 Bradley Bekampis 5’ 8 150 OF/P L/L Fr. Mt. Lebanon

18 Phil Madonna 5’ 6 160 C R/R Fr. Vincentian

14 Nolan Lamont 6’ 0 185 3B/P R/R Fr. Southside

13 Bobby Suder 5’ 9 140 IF/P L/R Fr. Central Valley

20 Robert Dimaggio 5’ 4 120 2B/Util R/R Fr. Western Beaver

10 David Boehme 5’ 11 160 SS/P R/R Fr. Seton LaSalle

3 Jordan Yates 5’ 10 165 OF/P R/R Fr. Beaver

2 Nick Miller 6’ 1 140 SS/P R/R Fr. Western Beaver

44 Jason Abbs 5’10 160 IF/P R/R Fr. North Allegheny

99 Parker Lynn 5’10 155 C R/R Fr. Belle Vernon

34 Brandon Rossier 6’0 175 1B R/R Fr. North Allegheny


Manager: Jory Coughenour

Sports Zone River Bandits 15U (17-13)
No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. B/T Yr. High School

9 Artie Luptak 5’ 8 165 C R/R Fr. Quaker Valley

5 Nathan Furl 5’ 7 145 3B/P R/R Fr. Mars

21 Tyler St. Esprit 5’ 11 165 SS/Util R/R Fr. New Brighton

4 Nick Norwig 5’ 10 145 OF/C R/R Fr. North Allegheny

10 Matt Feits 6’ 1 150 1B/P R/R Fr. Freedom

25 Jake Debo 5’ 10 170 3B/P R/R Fr. New Brighton

3 Adam Natale 5’ 5 140 2B R/R Fr. Mars

24 Matt Rose 5’ 10 125 SS/P R/R Fr. Beaver

16 Anthony Guarascio 6’ 1 165 C/1B L/R Fr. Central Valley

5 Jon Hill 6’ 1 190 1B/P L/L Fr. Beaver
Manager: Patrick Cutshall

Sports Zone Raiders 15U (25-15)
No. Name Ht. Wt. Pos. B/T Yr. High School

Kyle Motta 5’ 9 175 3B/C/P R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

7 Nick Mosso 5’ 9 150 C/OF R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

Dan Barna 5’ 9 145 OF/P L/L Fr. Seneca Valley

Jake Laskey 5’ 6 155 OF/P R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

Bryce Schnatterly 6’ 0 145 3B/P R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

14 Colton Gossett 6’ 0 165 1B/P R/R Fr. Ambridge

Jake Ferguson 5’10 165 SS/IF R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

Alex Hadjuk 5’ 10 160 2B/IF R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

Doug McKinney 5’ 10 150 1B/P L/L Fr. Seneca Valley

Donnie Valentine 5’ 10 160 IF/P R/R Fr. Seneca Valley

Matt Cavanaugh 5’9 155 C R/R Fr. Seneca Valley


Manager: Jory Coughenour


YOUNGER ROSTERS

Sports Zone Astros 14U (24-8) Sports Zone Panthers 14U (17-13) Sports Zone Pirates 13U (23-11)
Num Name Num Name Num Name
10 Nick Gentry 4 Johnny Britner 47 Austin Koniecska

1 Kevin Gannon 33 Matt Wagner 10 Alex Tanabe

16 Grant Smith Luke Scheidmantle 1 Zerek Zimkovich

22 Adam Pilewicz 11 Matt Cunningham 4 Lucas Carroll

23 Ryan Sproule 5 Mark Zurich 24 Nick Doolittle

9 Robert Klintchock 8 Nathan Owen 15 Amos Luptak

3 Tyler Garbee 21 Cody Acon 5 Brad Eckman

25 Christian Miller 12 Richard Buletko 11 Timmy Hampe

24 Dustin Lander 7 Austin Allison 13 Kenny Dorn

30 Alex Madonna 10 Ben Miller 8 Austin Walker

24 Sam Duerr 12 David Anderson

7 Corey Laskey


Manager: Jory Coughenour Manager: Doug Piatt Manager: Jory Coughenour


Sports Zone Astros 12U (28-13) Sports Zone Mudcats 11U (18-12)
Num Name Num Name

8 Dylan Rotz 25 Johnny Nixon

30 Jimmy Nixon 3 Ryan Genevie

4 Derrick Littlefield 23 Jonathan Jansma

20 RJ Debo 11 Carson Gray

7 Matt Kennelly 21 Anthony Cinicolla

13 Jack Anderson 8 Luc Madonna

12 Jack Cassidy 44 Joey Alampi

31 Chris Tanabe 24 Brett Heckert

5 Garrison Bell 22 Brock Meyers

3 Tre Thomas 4 Joey Kozlina

22 Michael Michalski 18 Nicholas Campalong

16 Anthony Sebastian

Manager: Patrick Cutshall Manager: Patrick Cutshall



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