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1992 All-Met Baseball Team

Thursday, June 4, 1992

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Dwayne Crawley
1B
Douglass
Senior
Hit .623 with 11 HRs and 45 RBI; 5-0 on the mound, with 75 strikeouts in 43 innings; led team to berth in Maryland 3A region championship.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Marcellus Morrow
Ballou
Led 15-1 Knights to second straight DCIAA championship game.

FIRST TEAM
John Bowles
Position: 3B
Richard Montgomery
Senior
Led Rockets to two Montgomery County titles in four years; hit .575 with 2 HRs and 21 RBI; will attend Maryland.

Justin Counts
C
Marshall
Senior
Strong-armed catcher led Statesmen to Virginia AAA Northern Region final with a .520 average and 7 HRs.

Kevin Gibbs
OF
St. John's
Senior
Two-time All-Met hit .607 and scored 32 runs; stole 29 of 29 bases; will attend Old Dominion.

Chris Jackson
OF
Riverdale Baptist
Sophomore
Hit .403 with 5 HRs and 34 RBI on team with 28 victories; stole 25 bases; 6-2 pitching with a 1.60 ERA.

Ryan Lambert
P
Paint Branch
Junior
Two-time All-Met had 7-1 record and 0.98 ERA; struck out 84 batters in 46 innings; hit .465.

Mike Laskofski
DH
Potomac (Va.)
Senior
Led team to Virginia AAA Northwestern Region final with .579 average, 11 doubles and 23 RBI.

Steve Neuberger
OF
Severna Park
Senior
Hit .491 with 5 HRs and 18 RBI; stole 24 bases for 17-3 Falcons.

Ron Pennell Jr.
SS
Gar-Field
Senior
Led Indians to second straight Virginia AAA Northwestern Region title; .453 average, 7 HRs, 33 RBI; will attend George Mason.

Brian Rolocut
P
Arundel
Senior
Power pitcher finished with 135 strikeouts in 75 innings; 11-1 with 0.91 ERA in leading Wildcats to Maryland 4A semifinal; hit .387 with 4 HRs and 29 RBI.

Bobby St. Pierre
P
DeMatha
Senior
Two-sport All-Met (football) was ace for Metro Conference champions; led Stags to 18-0 league record; 7-1 record with 79 strikeouts and 2.52 ERA; hit .395.

Brendan Sullivan
P
St. Albans
Senior
Allowed only five earned runs in 57 innings; finished 8-1 with 0.61 ERA and 75 strikeouts; gave up just 25 hits and 18 walks.

L.J. Yankosky
2B
West Springfield
Junior
Led defending Virginia AAA state champion to third straight Northern Region title; batted .490; 8-0 pitching record with 0.81 ERA.

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