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FHSI Showcase All-Tournament Team & MVP


MVP

Nate Leas

James Madison

8-13, 5 R, 3 2B, HR, 11 RBI, 2 SB

The James Madison Warhawks traveled to Florida from Virginia, and are headed back home with a perfect 4-0 record. During their time in the Sunshine State, the Warhawks amassed 38 runs in four games. Senior infielder Nate Leas was responsible for driving eleven of those runs. In the first game of the week, Leas went 2-3 with a double and three RBI. He also scored twice and stole a bag. In the next game against Westminster, Leas did not record a hit, but he still drove in one. The highlight of the week came in game three on Thursday against Cooper City. Leas recorded three hits, including two doubles and a home run. He scored twice and drove in seven in a blowout win. He then capped off his week by going 3-3 in his final game with a run and a walk in Friday's game. The eleven runs that Leas drove in were the same or more than four teams scored over the course of the entire week.

Cy Young

Travis Owens

IMG Academy

CG, 7 IP, 0 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 7 K

In a week full of impressive pitching performances, Travis Owens stood out above all others. In his start against Somerset Academy on Tuesday, the senior lefty held the Panthers without a hit for the entire game. Though he did allow one run on an error, Owens was in control throughout the game. Once the run was scored, he retired the next fourteen hitters in a row. He even went out in style, striking out the final batter of the game with a looking strike three.

All-Tournament Team

Offense

Branden Abreu, Miami Palmetto

Chris Ajello, Pompano Beach

Leyton Barry, IMG Academy

Nico Carrigan, IMG Academy

Preston Clark, Taravella

Danny Cruz, Southwest Miami

Nick DiVecchia, Westfield

Jack Frank, Strongsville

Derek Furr, Westfield

Gabriel Garcia, Miami Palmetto

Bruno Ghisellini, Westminster Christian

Michael Hebding, Cooper City

Charles Kavalir, Miami Palmetto

Sam Kobayashi, James Madison

Trevor Kniskern, Pompano Beach

Tyler Kuramoto, St. Johns Country Day

Ethan Lipp, James Madison

Zeb Marquis, Gainesville

Johnny McDonald, Taravella

Benino Mendella, IMG Academy

Lyle Miller-Green, Lake Braddock

Tucker Mitchell, IMG Academy

Patrick Mormile, Miami Palmetto

Kyle Novak, James Madison

Erick Orbeta, Southwest Miami

Danny Perez, Westminster Christian

Jordan Shulman, Cooper City

Eddie Sierra, Southwest Miami

Riley Skeen, Pompano Beach

Konner Stine, East Lake

Brendan Sweeney, James Madison

Matt Thomas, Lake Braddock

Wilbur Vargas, East Lake

Pitching

Max Baldaccini, Somerset Academy

Knicko Billings, Somerset Academy

Troy Britts, St. Johns Country Day

Chase Costello, Pompano Beach

Justin Diaz, Taravella

Kyle Domas, Westfield

Jamar Fairweather, Westminster Christian

Matt Howat, James MAdison

JonJon Kostantis, East Lake

Mac Leisher, IMG Academy

Danny Leo, Westfield

Daniel Mendez, Hialeah Educational Academy

Austin Mercurio, Strongsville

Mitch Midea, Strongsville

Jake Nielsen, James Madison

Hunter Patteson, Vero Beach

Rojo Prairie, Lake Braddock

Brooks Walton, Buchholz

Two-Way

Hunter Cooley, Vero Beach

Chase Demichele, Gainesville

Peter Holden, Vero Beach

David Luethje, Vero Beach

Mike Schuler, Pompano Beach

Matt Stephenson, Pompano Beach

Victor Valderrama, Miami Palmetto

Jordan Worley, Southwest Miami


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