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Joe DeMers named state’s top sophomore

By Stephanie Hammon
Monday, June 24th, 2013 at 4:01 pm in Baseball.

Cal-Hi Sports announced their state baseball players of the year on Monday, and College Park High’s Joe DeMers was named Sophomore of the Year. DeMers was a standout pitcher and also one of the Falcons’ top hitters. He went 10-0 with an ERA of 1.00 and 63 strikeouts in 63 innings, helping College Park reach the NCS Division II semifinals. As a hitter, he posted a .373 batting average with 25 RBIs. DeMers is a Washington commit with a 95 mph fastball.

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  • Prep Fan

    What a great honor. The kid is now 19-2 and hitting about .350 in 2 seasons of varsity baseball and he is still only 15 and has 2 years left. Plus he was a starter this year on the basketball team that made it to the state finals. Way to go Joe!