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Lone Peak ace Corry named Gatorade baseball player of the year

Published May 30, 2017 10:21 am
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Lone Peak senior left-hander Seth Corry helped the Knights reach the Class 5A state title game, and he was rewarded by being named the Gatorade Utah Baseball Player of the Year on Tuesday.

Corry finished 8-1 with a 2.29 ERA over 52 innings. He struck out 97, walked 33 and threw one no-hitter, which came March 29 against Lehi.



Corry is ranked No. 23 nationally in his class by Perfect Game. He has committed to pitch at BYU.

Corry batted. 315 with 11 homers and 32 RBIs.

"Seth Corry is built with all the tools that are needed to be a successful player," Lone Peak coach Matt Bezzant said in a release. "There is power and strength in every portion of his game. He is definitely a very special player."

Past Utah winners

2016 • Payton Henry, Pleasant Grove

2015 • Payton Henry, Pleasant Grove

2014 • Colton Shaver, Jordan

2013 • Riley Gates, Snow Canyon

2012 • Kayden Porter, Spanish Fork

2011 • Kayden Porter, Spanish Fork

2010 • Adam Duke, Spanish Fork

2009 • Marcus Littlewood, Pine View

2008 • Marcus Littlewood, Pine View

2007 • Tanner Robles, Cottonwood


— Kevin Winters Morriss

 

 

 

 

 

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