Prep Baseball Report

Senior Night: RVA/Central Virginia

John Nolan
Virginia Scouting Director & Managing Editor

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Due to the closure of schools, the Class of 2020 did not get a chance to play out their senior seasons and missed the chance at a true Senior Night. We have had the great pleasure of scouting these players their entire careers and wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate them one last time.

A special thanks goes out to the High School Coaches for their assistance in collecting this information. The dedication to their teams and love of their players that they have is evident in the information they have given us.



Robert Barlow Robert was an outfielder with great speed. He was the hardest worker on the team and helped lead last year's team to the Regional semis with his great play despite missing most of the season. 
Cody Daulton Cody was a leadoff hitter with great speed and was a tremendous defensive outfielder.
Colt Daulton Colt was a top of the order hitter and utility player as well as a starting pitcher for the Generals. He will continue his academic and baseball career at Mary Washington.
Evan Hornsby Evan was an athletic outfielder that would hit in the middle of the order. He had great barrel skills at the plate.
Bryce Wilmoth Bryce was a converted outfielder that starts at second base and is very solid there. He is a great base runner and has tremendous character.



Douglas Freeman

Garrett Archibeque Garrett is a two year varsity player who plans to attend either Randolph-Macon College or James Madison University in the fall where he will major in business and finance.
Hardy Greene Hardy is a two year varsity player who plans to attend J. Sargent Reynolds Community College in the fall and will major in computer engineering.
Shane Michel Shane is a two year varsity player who plans to attend Averett University where he will continue his baseball career. Shane intends to major in sports communications.
David Snead David is a two year varsity player who plans to attend The Ohio State University in the fall where he will major in international business and business management.
Sebastian Suarez Sebastian is a two year varsity player who will continue his baseball and educational career at one of the several schools who have offered him the opportunity to play. He intends to finalize his decision soon.
Ashwin Suresh Ashwin is a three year varsity player and served as captain this spring. He is a member for the Center of Leadership, Government, and Global Economics. Next fall, Ashwin will continue his baseball career at Washington & Lee Univeristy where he will be on a full academic scholarship with the intent of studying business.


Mills Godwin

Matthew Banholzer Matthew's parents are Michelle and Michael Banholzer. He has been a 3 year member of the program
Colin Regnery Colin's parents are Crystal and Ron Regnery. He has been a 4 year member of the program and was also a member of the Beta Club and the Table Tennis Club. Colin will be attending The University of South Carolina to study Business in the fall.
Bryce Safferwich Bryce's parents are Angela and Yogi Safferwich. He has been a 4 year member of the program and was also a member of the Varsity Football team and the JV Basketball team. Last season, he was 2nd team All-State Shortstop, 1st Team All-Region Shortstop, and Region Player of the Year. Bryce will be attending James Madison University where he will be playing baseball for the Dukes.
Caden Schmidt Caden's parents are Bonnie and Troy Schmidt. Caden has been a 2 year member of the program and also participated in JV Basketball. He will be attending Old Dominion University in the fall.
Josh Trentadue Josh's parents are KaLisi and Mike Trentadue. He has been a 4 year member of the program and was a member of the Table Tennis Club as well. In 2019, he was 2nd Team All-State DH, 1st Team All-Region DH and 2nd Team All-Region Utility. Josh will be attending Southern Virginia University in the fall where he will be playing baseball for the Knights.




Stephen Mazzei Stephen's baseball career came to an end upon the conclusion of the spring season. He will attend college upon graduation with a major that is undetermined. Stephen was a key piece of our program for the last 2 years. He battled through several injuries and rehabbed to come back a few times. He had a great passion for the game and that showed in his play and leadership on the field. 

"We will miss Stephen's passion and mental toughness in our program. He was always willing to work hard and jump on those that were not, which is what successful programs need. I am confident that he will have a successful future and career in whatever he chooses and I look forward to seeing him flourish in the future." -Coach Capps
Brendan McComber Brendan will attend and play baseball at the University of Mary Washington in the Fall. Was a 3 year starter 2 time all-region Pitcher and First Baseman. Finished pitching career with 138 strikeouts in 116 innings, with a staggering 1.81 ERA. Offensively, he finishes with a .357 batting average. 

"Brendan was always one that loved to work and play baseball. He always led by example and his passion and energy will be missed. He was one that thrived in the biggest stage and played a huge part in our run to the state tournament 2 years ago. His work ethic and passion for the game will take him very far and I'm excited to see where that is. I thank him for being tough enough to be coached and am appreciative of his contributions and love for the game." -Coach Capps


St. Christopher's

Brian Bell Brian is an outfielder who was a 2 year varsity player as a part time starter/4th OF. He hit in the bottom half of a strong lineup and was always a team first guy with a burning desire to improve and to help the team in any way possible
Ben Jones Ben Jones is a 2B and a 2 year varsity player. He was a reserve infielder with a rapidly improving bat. He is the ultimate teammate who always has a smile on his face and a word of encouragement for his fellow players and even coaches
Rollins Thompson Rollins is a 1B/LHP and was a 2 year varsity player. He was starter at 1B, hitting in the bottom half of a strong lineup, and either the #2 starter on the mound or a primary lefty reliever. Rollins was great team player who worked hard to find a place in the lineup as a senior.



Trinity Episcopal

Thomas Craven Thomas' parents are Chris and Heather. Thomas was a member of the fishing club, Spanish club, and the FOCUS club. He loves to go outside and fishing is his favorite hobby and looks forward to study accounting at James Madison in the fall. Thomas was a reliable, consistent arm coming in from the field or the pen.
Nick Failon Nick's parents are Brian and Kim. Nick is attending William & Mary and plans to study chemistry. He is a full IB student and has been on Headmaster's List every year at Trinity. Nick is a very athletic and intelligent player. "I am going to miss playing out on the field with a team that had such great potential this year, but I will be teammates for life with some of these guys and I cherish the time I had out on the field with them. "
Bailey Hobbs Bailey's parents are Chris and Stephanie. Bailey will study Business at Virginia Tech. He is a member of the Math and Spanish honors society and was a TES tour guide. Bailey played Titan baseball for 5 years, with a comforting presence on the infield and became a great servant leader of the team. Big thank you to Mimi, of course.
Blake Loughran Blake's parents are Tim and Joan. Blake will continue his baseball career at Shenandoah while pursuing a STEM major. Blake was a 4 year varsity player dedicated to his dream of playing baseball at the next level and worked very hard on many fronts to achieve that dream.
James Nelson James' parents are Brooks and Laurel. James was a 4 year member of the varsity baseball program and participated in student government. He also played football and basketball while at Trinity. He looks forward to continuing his baseball career at Longwood. James is a talented athlete and great competitor.