• Hawks Baseball Season Wrapup
The Hawk baseball team led by seniors, Aaron Hallenberg and Nodoka Kitazawa, went 6-8 this year during the regular season and 4-2 in league play. The team finished in a three way tie for first place in the regular season, but fell just short to making it to state in a three inning game against Quilcene. Junior, Kramer Foreman, was selected as the WIAA/Seattle Times Athlete of the Week for his performance against Lummi and Quilcene. Kramer picked up both wins and threw 217 pitches in the 13 inning game against Quilcene. Kramer Foreman, along with Reagan Voges, set a school record for 16 runs scored in a single season. Reagan Voges set another school record for most at bats in a season with 42. Freshman, Jacob Perdue, fell just shy of Voges with 40 at bats, but Perdue set a school record with six doubles on the season. Seth Carlson was walked 13 times and hit by a pitch five times, both setting school records. The team as a whole set school records in the following categories: at bats (355), hits (125), walks (65), on base percentage (.474), fewest strikeouts (86), runs (98), rbi’s (88), and doubles (29). The team finished strong and have been practicing to ready themselves for next year. The team is coached by head coach, David DeWitt, and assistant coaches, Craig Neumiller and Dan Perdue.
To learn more about the 2011 season highlights click HERE.