SACSN Wins PG/EVO Underclass National Title
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – It was a team assembled to promote the cause of community service among outstanding student-athletes. It was also a team constructed to win. The SACSN National Team didn’t let its architects or team builders down en route to winning its first Perfect Game national championship in the first PG event in which the organization fielded a team.
SACSN Team Notes PG/Evo Day 3
Ryan Cole McKay, Lucas Herbert, Kyle Dean, Danny Casals, Jiovanni Orozco
Texas righthander Ryan Cole McKay started the Round of 16 game against the San Diego Show Blue. He has a prototype pitcher’s body at 6-foot-5, 205-pounds that really stands out. McKay’s fastball was pretty steady at 87-89 with big running life at times but he allowed a couple of runs in the first inning when he went with his fastball too often and hitters seemed to see it pretty well.
SACSN WINNING WITH A MISSION
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – The group of top 2015 prospects with hometowns as far-reaching as Waxhaw, N.C., and Poway, Calif., was assembled to compete at this weekend’s Perfect Game/EvoShield National Championship (Underclass) with two formidable goals: win a PG national championship and promote a foundation that encourages young baseball players to become involved in their communities.
DIFFERENT UNIFORM, SAME TALENT
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – It probably looked odd to many observers in attendance at the Perfect Game/EvoShield National Championship (Underclass) tournament Friday and Saturday to watch Dazmon Cameron working his on-field magic in a uniform that didn’t say “ECB” or “Astros” across the front.
Cameron’s participation at the 64-team event wearing a SACSN National Team uniform wasn’t a defection from his beloved East Cobb Baseball heritage but a certification of his standing as the top national prospect in the high school class of 2015.