Posts Tagged: Baseball

Wasilla’s Huston to play baseball for Bismarck State

May 22, 2020

Wasilla High School’s Carter Huston was a key member of the Warriors first ever State Championship baseball team. The four-year varsity player threw the last pitch of the dramatic 2019 state championship game. He was brilliant in closing the game out with 3.2 scoreless innings and was named to the state All Tournament team. He… Read more »

South High baseball standout Webster to play D1 for Utah

May 21, 2020

South High School’s Gage Webster is off to pitch for the University of Utah after a decorated high school career on the diamond and in the classroom. The left handed pitcher won numerous awards over his four years on the Wolverines varsity squad including being invited to the 2020 Langley Blaze Scout team, the 2019… Read more »

Wasilla’s Payne to play baseball for Arizona Christian

Wasilla High School’s Waylon Payne was a key member of the 2019 Warrior squad that took home the school’s first-ever baseball State Championship.  The catcher, infielder, and pitcher was a  three-year varsity baseball player and also a two-year varsity football player. Waylon was named Captain of the 2020 team (the season was canceled due to… Read more »

North Pole standout Fischer to play baseball for Southwestern Iowa

May 20, 2020

North Pole High School’s Gavin Fischer concludes a brilliant career for the baseball team. The Team Captain played varsity since his freshman year, was All Conference as a junior, and ASAA Player of the game at the 2019 State Tournament. Last season he led the Patriots on the mound with a 2.14 ERA while tossing… Read more »

Eagle River standout to play baseball for Viterbo

Damien Frederick is a 2020 graduating senior from Eagle River High School and has played on the Wolves baseball team all four years of high school. He was given the Golden Glove Award from the American Legion his sophomore year and was Team Captain his freshman and sophomore year. He will be playing Baseball at… Read more »

North Pole’s Kazense a star at the plate and in the classroom

May 19, 2020

North Pole High School senior Alex Kazense flashed leather as an outstanding infielder for the Patriots baseball team and lead the team in on base percentage the past two years.  But as good as he was on the diamond, he was even better in the classroom. Alex was a member of the National Honor Society… Read more »

West High flamethrower Wilson to pitch for Texas Tech

West Anchorage High School’s Leland Wilson has committed to play baseball for Division 1 powerhouse Texas Tech University next year. Leland was a Team of Excellence award winner his freshman, sophomore and junior years. In 140 innings of high school and American Legion mound work, the lanky lefty struck out a whopping 243 batters with… Read more »

Three-sport standout Pihl to become Infantry Airborne.

May 11, 2020

Kristian Pihl was a three-sport athlete at Ketchikan High School (Basketball, Football, Baseball). Many may remember him on the varsity basketball team all four years as the “sharp shooter” with limitless range. Kristian was a starter on the King’s 2019 State championship team and on the 2019 State runner-up baseball team and was a utility… Read more »

McCart to play baseball in South Dakota

May 9, 2020

Taylor McCart, a 6-foot-4 righthanded pitcher at Bartlett High School, has signed a national letter of intent to play baseball for Dakota Wesleyan University, a prestigious NAIA school in Mitchell, South Dakota. Taylor has been attending University of Alaska Anchorage in the school-within-a-school program for gifted high school students. This has allowed him to take… Read more »

King wears a triple-crown for Porterville College in California

March 12, 2020

Colin King of Fairbanks is running away with MVP honors of the Porterville College baseball team. The sophomore slugger leads the Pirates with a .300 batting average, two home runs and 18 RBIs in 19 games. King, of Lathrop High fame, had two games in the California Community College Athletic Association where he basically single-handedly… Read more »