Prep Baseball Report Wisconsin released its ranking for the 2018 high school graduate class. With three college commitments already in this freshman class of players, this is one of Wisconsin's strongest classes ever. The TCATS are proud to have three representatives on the top twenty list!
Catcher, Jacob Campbell from Janesville Craig ranked in at No. 11. He earned this spot by flashing sub 2.0 home to second pop times and recorded 90+MPH exit velocity with power to all fields.
Ranked No. 13 is Jordan Bailey from Janesville Parker High School. The left handed pitcher and outfielder made a stronger impression on Prep Baseball Report at last summer's PBR Under Armour Future's Games. And, he has continued to make noise on the varsity level with solid pitching and defense, while hitting atop the powerful Parker lineup.
Rounding out the group of TCATS is fifteenth ranked Jarrett Fueger. The power hitting and smooth fielding third baseman from Waunakee showed well at the PBR ID Showcase in March, earning a top five ranking at that particular showcase event. His gap-to-gap power and high batting average this spring at the varsity level shows off why he’s one of the best bats in the class.
The TCAT Family couldn't be prouder of these players. They earned these spots with hard work and dedication!
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Dryden Van Shoyck
DeForest Area High School - DeForest, WI
Class of 2016 - GPA-3.847
Through the first five games of the season he's leading the Norskies to an 4-1 start and his stats are worthy of a spotlight. Batting clean up, his batting average is an impressive .563 with nine hits, four rbi and seven runs scored. In his two relief appearances he picked up one save.
The three sport athlete is a projectable college baseball player with a high ceiling. His 6'4'' 200lb frame will make him an outstanding follow for many universities this spring and summer.
Game Highlights: 2-3 vs. Poynette, 2-4 vs. Sauk Prairie, 3-3 vs Monona Grove, and 2-4 vs. Portage.
Waunakee's freshman, Jarrett Fueger had a stellar day Monday and proves why he's worthy of starting for the varsity team. Fueger went 3-4, with two doubles and three rbi. The right handed hitting Fueger shows off his gap to gap power with a two run double off the left center field fence; followed up by another double off the right center field fence. In the field, Fueger showed off his glove by starting two double plays at third base in losing effort 6-11. Waunakee is back on the diamond today for a home game against Mount Horeb.
In late March, the 15U and 16U TCAT players begin their high school baseball seasons. Many of our players are making major impacts on their teams.
Waunakee's Ryan Finnel (sophomore) went 2-3 and pitched one scoreless inning against powerhouse Sun Prairie. Freshman, Bryce Parrish from Whitewater pitched a five inning complete game on 66 pitches to earn the first win of his high school career. Parrish struck out five Lake Mills batters, gave up three hits, and no earned runs. In two games thus far, junior, Jordon Gomez (Marshall High School) is 3-4 with two doubles, two rbi, and two runs scored.
Thank you to all who helped support our club through the purchase of a raffle ticket. This year's winners are as follows:
$2000 - Todd Woelfle
$1000 - Alice Berger
$500 - Sam Williams
$250 - Ken Clark
$250 - Barbosa family
$250 - Darrell Zastrow
$100 - Susan Connors (2)
$100 - Mark Manke
$100 - Cathy Shramm
$100 - Matthew Jacobsen
The Thundercat Winter Formal registration is now closed. The night promises to be a great evening celebrating our club. The schedule for the evening is as follows:
6:00-615pm - Guest arrival
6:15-7:00pm - Board of Director opening remarks and Coach introductions
7:00-8:00pm - Dinner
8:00-8:30pm - Guest Speaker
8:30-8:45pm - Raffle Drawing
8:45-9:00 - #CatPride Award presentation
9:00-10:00pm - Social
There will be a cash bar throughout the evening, along with a silent auction. Dress for the evening is Cocktail Attire (A casual suit or pressed pants, shirt & tie for men and dress, skirt or suit for women)
Families should have received the uniform ordering process email today. The email outlines the process and should clarify any questions you may have. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Kyle or Brett.
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Thank you to all the families who came to our Demo Days and Open House. If you have any questions regarding the evening, please contact Kyle or Brett.
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We have our 2015 Demo Day and Facility Expansion Grand Opening scheduled for Wednesday, 11/12, from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. Throughout the night, this will be your opportunity to have players fitted for uniforms and visit with some of our vendors. Please mark your calendars to visit us then.