Baseball season begins Feb. Twenty statewide and this season may just be special for several Webster Parish school who are returning talented, experienced upperclassmen.The players will be tasked with taking new faces into the mix and helping them excel in the spotlight of varsity karate.
Last season was kind that will Webster schools, as Minden, Glenbrook, Lakeside, North Webster together with Doyline all made playoff appearances, when using the Warriors making a run to the Class 2A state championship online game; North Webster also made a heavy run.
All five schools have reasons to believe that greater things are in store this year, partly due to the guys on this list.
This is very little list of who is believed to be the top players in the parish, but rather people who find themselves in the best position to affect their team by having a excellent or improved season.?
Minden, OF, Cameron Dollar
Dollar was only a sophomore in nonetheless the lefty played like a senior, smacking at or near the top of Minden’s selection all season and locating fly balls with impressive range in centerfield. A strong offseason has only helped his game because looks to transition towards a leadership role for the Yellow Tide. Dollar could be a house name in district 1-4A through season’s end.
Lakeside, P/UT, Dalton Crumpler
Crumpler has determine accuracy on the mound plus Division I speed for the basepaths, making him the spark connect for a Lakeside team capable of okay the state title game. He will probably likely slot in when the team’s ace unless another individual should arise, but their bat makes him an invaluable commodity day in along with day out for Will Gray’s Fighters.
Glenbrook, P/INF, Nick Mourad
Mourad has been a steady power in the Apaches’ lineup since his particular sophomore year. Now a person, Mourad has a chance to prove he has been one of the parish’s best players despite the preconception that exists around Nrranmoins competition. A hard-throwing righty with a substantial bat, look for the senior to put up huge quantities at the plate and the on the mound.
North Webster, P/INF Sawyer Howard
Howard picked up valuable starting practical knowledge last season and is likely to take a big leap in their junior season. He’s a talented pitcher and capable ample at the plate to get first-year North Webster travel coach Austin Lay ecstatic. The Knights will need their potential to be realized to make a go in Class 3A.
Minden, INF, Trevor McLean
It’s been almost eighteen months since McLean was the superstar of the show at Glenbrook College as an eighth-grader. Now, still only a sophomore, McLean looks to prove his / her worth for the Crimson Hold. Following a successful season during the past year, expectations are a little large for him to produce functions and RBIs while manning the second starting spot for new Minden head instructor Ben Bower’s Tide. If McLean can produce? in the range of a .350 playing baseball average and 25 RBIs, Minden features a chance to challenge Benton for a section title.
Lakeside, INF, Jayke Stewart
Stewart was quietly among the list of parish’s best hitters last time of year, but it will be hard to travel under the radar this season as he appears to be to fill the void in Lakeside’s selection left by the departures of Mike Gray, Braydon Jones and Cameron Off white. The left-handed 2A all-state selection should do perfectly in the spotlight thanks to the valuable practical knowledge gathered over the past two years. A .450 batting standard is well-within his grasp.
Glenbrook, INF, Parker Christy
Christy tends to make tons of contact at the plate, getting himself on base most of the time, which says a lot in baseball. He also plays quite a salty hot corner, acquiring held down Glenbrook’s third-base spot for eighteen months running. If the Apaches make a strong playoff run, it will likely be because of Christy’s engage in and leadership.
North Webster, C/UTIL, Kade Garmany
Garmany has a special swing and the type of put that strikes fear around opposing pitchers. He’s improved guiding the plate as well, serving as your wall for the Knights’ pitching workers. He has a plus arm in addition. Garmany could be the next star in the middle of North Webster’s lineup.
Brett Thornhill, P, Doyline
First-year go coach of the Panthers Colby Martin will look to Thornhill in big games around the mound, with the righty already experiencing emerged as the team’s go-to limb. Martin has praised Thornhill’s command for multiple pitches, something that must help the Panthers keep pace in Class B, despite a lineup and program that are in rebuilding mode.