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2014 Lake Shore Baseball

   Sometimes things don't go as planned. Already graduating 7 starters, the Eagles suffered another loss when three-year starter Tyler Mascio transfered to South Park. Returning only four players, the Eagles suffered through a tough season. They finished 3-11, 4-13 overall. The Eagles did knock out East Aurora's chance to win a Division III title, defeating the Blue Devils the last week of the season. A pair of sophomores Colin Fuitko and Alex Whipple earned Second team All-Division honors. Whipple led the squad in most offensive categories, earning Most Valuable Player honors. Fuitko won two of three league contests throwing in relief. James Barry, Matt Vona and junior Steve Budniewski were honorable mention all-division and Senior Mike Hontz was named the Division Sportsmanship Winner.
  On the College front numerous Eagles shinned. Freshman Christ Conley was Second-Team All MAC, having a tremendous season, both behind and at the plate. Junior Brian Barry helped lead Georgetown, Kentucky to the NAIA World Series in Idaho. Brian was second in team wins. Nick Caboot and Dane Cala both had solid seasons at Erie Community College. St. Bonaventure Graduate Jason Radwan has gotten into college coaching at his alma mater. Conley photo below.