1997 All-Met Baseball Team
Thursday, May 29, 1997
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Player of the Year. Had perfect game and no-hitter. No losing decisions since sophomore year.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Led 19-5 team to first Md. 4A title in school history. Teams are 86-33 in his six seasons at Pasadena school.
Threw out 8 of 10 would-be base-stealers. Picked off 12 baserunners. Signed with Siena.
Set Md. public school records for HRs in season and career RBI (120); led team to first regional title since 1985.
Had 15 doubles and was successful on 39 of 40 stolen base attempts. Signed with Okaloosa-Walton (Fla.).
Over 100 career hits. Led Hornets to second consecutive Va. AAA Concorde regular season title. Signed with JMU.
4-time all-Va. AAA Cardinal District selection led Indians to area's best regular-season record. Signed with Longwood.
Slugging percentage of .890 as Hornets won Md. 2A final for first time since 1987. Signed with Tampa.
1.128 slugging percentage. Stole 84 consecutive bases (39 this season). Scored 30 runs.
Had 13 doubles and 4 triples for Anne Arundel and Maryland 4A East finalists. Signed with Richmond.
Excellent leadoff hitter was also 10-0 as a pitcher with 1.19 ERA for Anne Arundel County champions.
WCAC Player of the Year scored 39 runs
stole 27 bases and walked 24 times. Was 8-1 pitching with a 1.06 ERA.
Signed with South Carolina. Walked 11 batters in 51 innings. Batted .488 with 16 RBI and six doubles.
Signed with Virginia. Had two one-hit
15-strikeout performances in playoffs as Eagles reached Md. 3A final.
PITCHERS: Danny August, Gar-Field; Jason Baker, DeMatha; Steve Clark, Washington-Lee; Chris Cooper, Riverdale Baptist; Brandon Cornwell, Brentsville; Jeremy Flattau, Wilson; Bill Fowler, Einstein; Jim Grabak, O'Connell; Jacob Helton, The Heights; Corey Hoppe, Bladensburg; Steve McGinn, Lake Braddock; Lonnie Graham, Dunbar; Jon Metzgar, Lake Braddock; Mike Moloney, Madison; Mike Morris, Seneca Valley; Aaron Nims, Riverdale Baptist; Kevin Patterson-Kemp, Magruder; Brian Picker, Mount Hebron; Chris Russ, Atholton; Juan Jose Santos, Bell; Ben Shepard, Jefferson; Glenn Skutnik, Hayfield; Doug Smith, Bowie; J.D. Willcox, Jefferson; John Wiseman, Parkdale; Tony Young, Herndon; Mike Ziegler, Old Mill.
CATCHERS: Jordan Bromley, Georgetown Day; David Mason, St. Stephen's/SA; Tom Ogilvie, Arundel; Matt Oster, Arundel; Steve Ray, Wheaton; Julio Rivas, Washington-Lee; Preston Taylor, Parkdale.
INFIELDERS: Amonzo Banks, Dunbar; Lee Baybrook, Osbourn Park; Tom Bayly, Eleanor Roosevelt; Pat Boucher, Severna Park; Matt Bourden, DeMatha; Pace Bradshaw, Landon; Adam Braithwaite, Handley; Matthew Cavanaugh, Brentsville; Jeff Crandell, Southern; Travis Crowder, Osbourn; Ray Gemmill, Paint Branch; Ryan Green, Gaithersburg; Chris Herron, O'Connell; Charlie Killmayer, Old Mill; Tim Mathers, Eleanor Roosevelt; Eric McGrane, W.T. Woodson; Corey Meushaw, St. Stephen's/SA; Jamey Moylan, DeMatha; Brendan O'Dea, High Point; Steve Oursler, St. John's; Jon Palumbo, St. John's; J.C. Perez, DeMatha; Josh Shirlen, Bowie; Matt Simmons, Springbrook; James Tichenor, Wilson; John Van Lonkhuyzen, Rockville; Jared Vogt, Chesapeake; Ray Wagner, Chesapeake; Sean Williams, Atholton.
OUTFIELDERS: Matt Buchanan, Bethlehem Baptist; Brian Coates, Great Mills; Dexter DeVitis, LaPlata; Craig Helmandollar, North Stafford; Bobby Kessler, Northern; Brian Link, Wootton; Vic Puentes, North Stafford; Marco Reeves, Eastern; Guillermo Romero, Wakefield; Clint Sanders, McDonough; Jeremy Schutt, Annandale.
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