Prep Baseball Report

Weeks of July 1st through July 18th

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Harrison Boushele, RHP/2B, Grandview 2020
6-foot, 160 pounds. Bats and throws right. Harrison has provided versatility for the Grandview program in the last year as he has been called upon to pitch and play infield on different occasions. On the mound, Harrison possess a fastball (82-83 mph) with pinpoint control and a nice change of pace curve ball that can be thrown for a strike consistent basis. Offensively, Harrison had a 10 pitch AB where he singled in 2 RBI's to help the Wolves defeat Cherry Creek. He also contributed with a sacrifice but and two walks. 

6-foot, 150 pounds. Bats and throws right. Another versatile athlete for Grandview. In two games, Tony has been performing well at a multitude of positions, pitcher, catcher and both the infield and outfield. On the mound, Tony has been clocked with a fastball of 81-82 mph. In the game against Cherry Creek, Tony hits a 2 RBI double to push Grandview ahead. Tony continues to impress with his versatility and work ethic. 

Bats right and throws right. Kibbee looks impressive at the plate for a Grandview team that is strong with depth and versatility in the infield and on the mound. In the game against Cherry Creek, he had 2 singles which plated 2 RBI's in a very close game for Grandview. In field, Nick continues to shine on the mound and in the field with his consistency. 

5-foot-10, 165 pounds. Bats left throws right. Rojas has a very strong arm behind the plate for Cherry Creek. Add his arm to the bulldog mentality and the future looks bright for this strong armed catcher, who also hits from the left side. In the game against Grandview, he was able to help his team with a RBI single up the middle and provided strong defense behind the plate. 

Conner was able to throw the last three innings in a Titan win. Threw an effective  outing only needed 56 pitches and recorded only one earned run against him with 5 strikeouts recorded. Has a low 82-83 mph fastball with a traditional curveball that he is able to throw for a strike. Also hit a triple and was able to contribute 2 RBI's to the Titan win. 
5-foot-7, 130 pounds. Quick hands is a phrase I would use with Cass. Logan provides sound defense when manning the infield as he did on Tuesday against Thunderidge. He consistently makes the tough infield chopper look easily and will go to the hole to make plays. 

5-foot-10, 165 pounds. Bats and throws right. Chris had a day at the plate with a single, double, walk and 2 rbi's. His double during the 4th inning broke the game open for a hot swinging Arapahoe team. 

5-foot-11, 135 pounds. Bats and throws right. The day started well for Jaxson as he led the game off with a triple and followed up with a walk and later in the game had a single. Jaxson has excellent speed combined with a aggressive approach at the plate will serve him well in the future.  

6-foot, 170 pounds. Bats and throws left. Garret had a day for the ages as he had two singles, two doubles, and 3 rbi's on the day. Tough out to get on the day at Regis University. Garret has a nice inside out swing that is made for the outfield gaps. 

Nate Dinges, OF/LHP, Regis Jesuit 2020
5-foot-10, 145 pounds. Bats right throws left. Regis has a very versatile athlete with Nate Dinges. In the very competitive game against Grandview, Nate had a bunt single and was hit by a pitch in a game which both teams had limited opportunities on the bases. Nate has excellent vision and speed in the outfield combined with an arm that had two outfield assists in the game to help preserve the win for Regis. 

Jack Michalek, 3B/1B, Regis Jesuit, 2020
5-foot-11, 170 pounds. Bats and throws right. Jack had two huge singles for Regis to help the Raiders win the game. One of the plate appearances pushed across the winning run as Jack was able to squeeze successfully in the 6th inning. Jack should be an integral part in helping the Raiders defend their 2019 State championship crown next year. 

Connor Willard C/1B, Grandview, 2020
5-foot-11, 180 pounds. Bats and throws right. In a game where opportunities on the bases where limited, Connor made the most of his opportunities with a single and two walks in the game. Connor displayed his versatility throughout the long day for Grandview (3 games) while playing in the field and catching the final of the three games. Connor will continue to excel and it will be exciting to see what positions he will play for Grandview in the future. 

Colin Montanez, 3B, ThunderRidge, 2021
5-foot-9, 155 pounds. Bats and throws right. With a triple, a single, add two RBI’s and Colin had a great day for ThunderRidge. He continually made the routine play during the game. 

Kyler Carpenter, RHP, Legend 2021
6-foot-2, 160 pounds. Kyler at times during the game was dominant for Legend against ThunderRidge. Kyler finished the game with 8 strikeouts with an average fb at 78-80 mph. Combined with a 11/5 curveball that Kyler has confidence to throw in any count and situation helped Kyler control the game.

Christian Attamino OF/LHP, Lakewood, 2021
5 foot 9, 175 pounds. Bats and throws left. Good lead off hitter. Tall open stance. Doesn’t chase pitches out of the zone as seen today with his two walks. Has quality at bats. Show speed on the bases with three stolen bases today. Great range in center with a good arm.

Elijah Borjus P/OF, Lakewood, 2021
5 foot 8 inches 170 pounds throws and bats right. Fastball sits mid 70’s with a curveball that sits low 60’s. Curveball has good 11-5 shape. Keeps hitters off balanced at the dishes and controls the running game and the tempo of the game. He uses the whole field when hitting. Line drive hitter. Tall Balanced stance at the plate.

Garrett Lippold, OF, Grandview, 2020
Uncommitted. 5 foot 11 inches 160 pounds. Bats and throws right. Has a tall balanced stance at the plate. Uses all parts of the field as seen today with his opposite field double. Aggressive on the bases. Always looking for the extra bag. Fast great baserunner. Great range in the outfield. Great first step and good arm. Have had run a 6.8 in past PBR Colorado events with a mid 80's arm from OF. 

Reese Randall, C, Dakota Ridge, 2021
5 foot 10 inches 165 pounds throws and bats right. Great hands behind the plate. Good at framing. Stops every ball in the dirt. He is a wall. Good arm with a 2.53 pop time. Looks to back pick guys and steals outs. Wide stance at the plate. Hits for average. Hands good through the zone. Leader of the team. Team looks up to him.

Colin Jacobs OF, Lakewood, 2021
5 foot 8 inches 155 pounds, bats and throws right. Stands straight up in box with short stride. Good hands through the zone. Uses all parts of the field as seen today with his opposite field double and his pulled double. Has speed on the bases with a stolen base today. Aggressive always looking to run and swipe another bag. Good range in the outfield with an average arm.

Max Hall OF, Rocky Mountain, 2021
5 foot 7 inches 170 pounds, bats and throws right. Tall balanced stance good hands through the zone. Uses all parts of the field as seen today with his opposite field triple. Hits for power. Great speed on the bases and in the outfield. Good first step. Great at reading the ball of the bat.

Max Stanley, 2B/RHP, Legend, 2023
5 foot 6 inches 160 pounds bats left and throws right. Open balanced stance with a short stride. Good hands through the zone. Uses all parts of the field. Had a pulled triple today and also had plenty of opposite field singles and doubles. Quick on the bases with a few stolen bases today. Good hands in the field. Reacts to the ball well.