This Cape/Georgetown Junior All-Star had a stellar playoff performance at second base during the team’s recent run in the East Regional. He had a fielding percentage of .926 with 12 put-outs and 12 assists. He also made a diving play to get the last out in the team’s win over New Hampshire. Coming out of the bullpen, he shut down Connecticut in the first win of the tournament. "Luke's had a great series at second," said Cape/Georgetown manager Zac Crouch. A Mariner Middle School honor roll student, he will be attending Cape in the fall. When not playing for the Vikings, Luke plays the infield for the Bagel Bombers Crouch squad. In his spare time, he likes to fish.
Mikey made a great impression in the playoffs for the Cape/Georgetown Junior All-Star team. In 13 games, he knocked in 13 runs and had a batting average of .333 with an on-base percentage of .425. His bat brought in five runs in the win over New Hampshire Aug. 4. "Mikey brought leadership to the team," said manager Zac Crouch. "He did a great job from the mound, in the field and at the plate." His fielding percentage was .926. In the final game against Pennsylvania Aug. 8, he pitched six innings and didn't give up an earned run. An honor roll student, Mikey is making the move from Mariner Middle School to Cape Henlopen High School in the fall. He is also a member of the Bagel Bombers Rauch travel team. In his spare time, he likes to fish and hang out with his friends.
Justin took the mound in the second inning of the Cape/Georgetown Junior All-Star team’s 11-1 win over the host Freehold Township squad Aug. 5 and threw 95 pitches to preserve the rest of the pitching staff for the remaining games. "Justin saved a lot of our pitchers by throwing the six innings, and it helped us get to where we made it," said manager Zac Crouch. He batted .429 in the playoffs with an on-base percentage of .586 and a fielding percentage of .889. An honor student going into his freshman year at Cape Henlopen High School, Justin will be running on the Vikings’ cross country team in the fall. An outfielder for the Bagel Bombers Crouch squad, Justin likes to fish in his spare time.
This rising Sussex Tech freshman is a young man of few words, but he makes a lot of noise with his play on the baseball diamond. In 46 at bats in the playoffs with the Cape/Georgetown Junior All-Stars, Kye had 23 hits, including 15 singles, six doubles, one triple and a grand slam in a win over Connecticut. He was credited with 14 RBIs and 23 runs scored. "Kye's bat was on fire," said manager Zac Crouch. His average for the playoffs was .500 with a slugging percentage of .739 and an on-base percentage of .574. He pitched 8.2 innings too, striking out 12 batters, and had a .800 fielding percentage. He also came in from the bullpen with a man on second and one out to get the final two outs against New Jersey to preserve the win.