Davie County will be loaded this year from what I am hearing. One major talent has transferred back in and add him with Ryan Foster and Corey Randall and they will have a very strong group of players.
Posted on 8/24 12:49 PM | IP: Logged
Didnt you guys send 2 players to D-1 last year
Posted on 8/25 11:47 AM | IP: Logged
Yes and 2 more seniors this year as well. That's not even counting the juniors and sophomores that will be on the team this year. They should be really good and North Davidson should be the biggest competition in conference.
Posted on 8/25 3:09 PM | IP: Logged
don't count out the Titans
Posted on 9/13 9:15 AM | IP: Logged
Not sure the Titans will be able to keep up with Davie and North Davidson. I may be wrong though, who does West have?
Posted on 9/14 3:13 PM | IP: Logged
I think Davie is definately the team on paper to beat. North Graduated alot of pitching but have some good young guys moving up. West also graduated a great deal of pitching last year, but may have a little better overall hitting. Coming back for West,(starters) Uhlig, Miller, Humphrey, Felton, and Walsh on the mound. they will also have several rising junior players moving up (at least 2 pitchers) from last years jv team that went undefeated in conference. These rising juniors, and sophomores will have to step it up for them to compete
Posted on 9/15 1:49 PM | IP: Logged
Yes Davie is the team on paper to beat but you know how baseball is, anybody can win on a given day. Davie has 2 seniors in Foster and Randall who can carry the load pitching and then you have two transfers in Matt Vernon and Taylor Garzynski who will be able to provide some offense.
Posted on 9/16 10:58 AM | IP: Logged
baseball especially in the cpc..... anything can happen. who is the garzynski kid that tranfered in. where is he from? what type of player?
Posted on 9/16 3:27 PM | IP: Logged
He is from West Rowan. He is a great hitter and plays in the outfield.