2019 MN High School Team Preview: DeLaSalle High School


Josh Threlkeld
Prep Baseball Report

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As we prepare for the upcoming 2019 high school season, we will be taking a preseason glimpse at programs from around the state.



Team: DeLaSalle
Nickname: Islanders
Class: 3AAA
League: Tri Metro
Head Coach: Doug M. Schildgen
Years as Head Coach at School (Overall Record): 13 (177-130)
2018 Overall Record: 14-8
2018 League Record: 5-2
2018 League Finish: N/A
2018 Post-Season Finish: 4th in Section 4AAA

Returning Starters: 6
Pitchers With 15+ Innings Returning: 3

Starters Lost:
3
Pitchers with 15+ Innings Lost: 2

PLAYERS TO WATCH:
2019 Charlie Rubendall - SS/RHP
2019 Sam Kulesa - 3B/SS/RHP
2019 Benton Scott - 1B/RHP
2020 James Pfarr - RHP

2019 OUTLOOK:
The 2019 Islanders are a veteran group(4 of the 6 returners have played and /or started every varsity game since their freshman year). We are looking to Win a conference championship and push for a state tournament birth. This group should set school records for infield defensive play. We have above average speed on the bases. Charlie Rubendall is a tremendous player, should be an "all state" type player in 2019. Sam Kulesa has a above average throwing arm, Benton Scott should eat up more innings for us this spring, and James Pfarr will be a huge cog in helping us get to our goals for 2019 and is a great player, better person, and teammate.” Head Coach Doug Schildgen