Team Preview: Staley Falcons


Shon Plack
Missouri Scouting Director

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


Team: Staley
Nickname:
Falcons
Class: Class 5
Conference: Suburban Red
Head Coach: Dave Wilson
Years as head coach at school: 10 years
Twitter Handle:
@staley_baseball
2018 Overall Record: 31-2
2018 Conference Record:
10-0, 1st Place
2018 Post Season Finish:  Lost In District Semifinals


Number of Returning Starters/Pitchers
: 3
Number of Returning Starters/Position Players: 2

PLAYERS WITH 2018 POST SEASON HONORS
Carter Rustad, RHP, 2019, 2nd Team All State (San Diego)
Jake Wilson,
RHP/INF, 2019 1st Team All State (Indiana State)
Donovan Meloy,
RHP/INF, 2019 2nd Team All Conference (Maryville)
Quinten Arello,
OF, 2019 2nd Team All Conference

Players To Watch
Hayden Thornton, C, 2019 (Maryville)
Frankie Cirello
, INF, 2019 (Crowder CC)
Landon Donaldson
, OF/C/RHP, 2019
Peyton Revis
, OF, 2019
Max Pretz
, RHP, 2019
Mitchell Thompson
, RHP, 2019
Rocco Giglio
, INF, 2019
Tanner Hanke,
OF, 2020
Kaydon Patrick
, LHP, 2020
Luke Ludwig,
INF, 2020
Ramon Shelton
, 2020, INF

A Quote From Coach Wilson
The 2019 Staley baseball team will be built around pitching and defense. We return 3 starting pitchers at the top of the rotation along with adding some pitchers that performed well at the JV level. We feel that we will have a lot of depth on the mound. We feel like we have a lot of players that run well which will help us on offense and defense. This could be a very good offense once we get a few games under our belt. Our schedule is very tough this season which we feel will help us when get into the post season. We are excited about the season and feel like we can have another successful year.

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