Prep Baseball Report

2019 MN High School Team Preview: Perham 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: Perham
Nickname: Yellowjackets
Class: AA
League: Heart O' Lakes Conference
Head Coach: James Mulcahy
Years as Head Coach at School (Overall Record): 1 (19-6)
2018 Overall Record: 19-6
2018 League Record: 10-2
2018 League Finish: N/A
2018 Post-Season Finish: 3rd in Section 8AA

Returning Starters: 8
Pitchers With 15+ Innings Returning: 4

Starters Lost:
Pitchers with 15+ Innings Lost: 1

Nick Lindberg - Jamestown University (ND)

2019 Dawson Stevens, 1B/LHP (Luther (IA))
2019 Carter Mulcahy, C
2019 Josh Jeziorski, SS/OF
2019 Ty Moser, OF
2020 Maddux Kovash, SS/3B/RHP
2021 Noah Rooney, CF/LHP

The team will have depth and experience at every position. This team is loaded with multiple sport athletes that understand team concept and the work needed to be successful. We look to factor in the top of the standings in the conference and section. The legion team had a successful D1 summer of 2018 and our Jr Legion won the district and advanced to the state playoffs. Those experiences will translate to a strong competitive spring.” Head Coach James Mulcahy