Baseball leaders
Rank Name School Total
1 Chandler Redmond Georgetown Prep 82
2 Chris Meador George Mason 81
3 Marsden Davis George Mason 80
4 Evan Davis George Mason 78
5 Sam Selby George Mason 76
6 Zach Lang George Mason 71
7 Daniel Butler George Mason 70
8 Christain Tailor Flint Hill 67
9 Gabe Terry George Mason 61
- Jack Swart Flint Hill 61
10 Khalil Lee Flint Hill 60
- CJ Downey McLean 60
11 Brett Konzen La Plata 59
- Brett Briglia Flint Hill 59
12 Conor Grammes McLean 57
- Billy Gerhardt McLean 57
- Jacob Abruzzi George Mason 57
13 Jason Police Flint Hill 56
14 Simeon Spruill La Plata 55
- Justin Snell La Plata 55
- Tom Shue McLean 55
15 Tyler Stockwell La Plata 53
16 Mitch Mendler Flint Hill 52
- Elliot Ginns Bethesda-Chevy Chase 52
- Jon Clines McLean 52
17 Caleb Beatty McLean 49
18 Logan Nesson George Mason 48
19 Matt Collins McLean 47
- Ben Chajet Flint Hill 47
20 Jake Baldwin Bethesda-Chevy Chase 46
21 Alek Zherka Bethesda-Chevy Chase 45
22 Jimmy Monaghan La Plata 44
23 Chris Farrell Flint Hill 42
24 Ty Palomaki La Plata 41
25 Taylor Cook La Plata 40
26 Wyatt Potter La Plata 39
- Frank Minamino McLean 39
27 Ben Lake Walter Johnson 37
- Josh Hansan Potomac School 37
28 Austin Mitchell La Plata 36
- Sebastian Mieses Bethesda-Chevy Chase 36
- Dustin Hacker Bethesda-Chevy Chase 36
29 Patrick Jorling Walter Johnson 35
30 Noah Meyers Walter Johnson 33
- Jimmy Cresce McLean 33
31 Riley Kemp Walter Johnson 32
32 Fox Semones Hylton 31
- TC Conrad Paint Branch 31
- Kyle Condon Bethesda-Chevy Chase 31
- Alex Clark Whitman 31
Baseball in the news

Friday playoff football pick ’em: Northwest-Wise, Westfield-Lake Braddock and more

The stakes are only getting higher as the Washington area high school football postseason embarks on a new stage this weekend.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 27, 2015

Charles Tsintolas develops D-I talent at The Heights before signing with George Washington baseball

Tsintolas is the first Division-I baseball prospect to come out the Potomac, Md., school in 10 years
Gabe Hiatt ·
November 25, 2015

DCPS Athletic Director Stephanie Evans on administrative leave; city funds management in question

In four years under Evans, D.C.’s athletic budget has grown, but poor record keeping and unpaid coaches have plagued her tenure as the leader of the DCIAA.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 22, 2015

Westfield field hockey provides extended support network for teammate’s family members with Stage 4 cancer

As junior defender Carolyn Ziegler’s mother and brother battle Stage 4 breast and brain cancer, respectively, the Bulldogs are dedicating their season to the Ziegler family.
Nick Eilerson ·
November 13, 2015

Signing Day: Ceremonies from around D.C., Maryland and Virginia

The area’s top high school recruits sign their National Letters of Intent in ceremonies across the region.
November 13, 2015

Howard QB Casey Crawford commits to Bridgewater baseball

The starting quarterback of the 10-0 Lions has decided to stick with baseball at Bridgewater.
Gabe Hiatt ·
November 11, 2015

A muscular disorder cost him a chance to play football, but Westfield manager Ashkan Motamedi gets into the game on senior night

Forced to give up football due to a muscular disorder, the Bulldogs’ senior manager had his well-earned moment under the bright lights Friday night.
Brandon Parker ·
November 10, 2015

D.C. football notebook: Cardozo has a reason to celebrate; Fuller, H.D. Woodson regain their feel

The Clerks have a fortified roster and after Friday, their first win; the Warriors are adjusting to playing under Greg Fuller again.
Mark Giannotto ·
October 26, 2015

Reese Crounse takes the reins at quarterback for Patuxent football

The sophomore signal-caller is still competing to hold onto the starting job during the Panthers’ playoff push.
Gabe Hiatt ·
October 26, 2015

2015 Football preview: Virginia Conference 21

In the newly split Conference 21, Woodgrove remains a playoff contender while Loudoun Valley, Dominion and Heritage all look to take the next step.
Dillon Mullan ·
High Schools·
August 26, 2015