The Hornets netted five varsity players to All-Conference teams for 2018. Head Coach Bubba Dotson presented the players with their awards at last month's banquet. Congrats to all five. It's a tremendous honor.
Greater Kansas City Suburban Conference
Blake Eversole, Infielder
Brayden Sell, Utility
Second Team All-Conference:
Bryan Gallen, Infielder
At the baseball banquet, Head Coach Bubba Dotson along with his coaching staff announced the following awards given to players that not only put up good numbers on the field, but also exemplified the integrity and spirit necessary for Northtown to excel.
Defensive Player of the Year: Ryan Sparks
The year end slideshow that was shown at the 2018 Banquet. Thanks to everyone who submitted photographs and ideas and for making the banquet a huge success.
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With two weeks remaining in the regular season, two men sit atop the hit board for the Hornets. Senior Kyle Gaines and and Junior Grant Lorenzen have been neck and neck all season long.
Gaines currently leads Lorenzen by four hits, but this has been a race that has gone back
While not currently reflected in the W/L, the C-Team has made long strides in their season so far. Head Coach Jason Holmes and the C-Teamers has weathered through some early-season blowouts to catch up to their competition.
The best examples of this were the final two games in the NKC C-Team
Monday was a memorable and emotional night for the Hornet Varsity and JV teams as they faced off against their respective squads from Oak Park at T-Bones Stadium, home of the Kansas City T-Bones.
Officially, the JV team took game one 4-1 and the Varsity lost a pitching duel 1-0. But