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2009 Frederick Cadets
The 2009 Frederick Cadets after winning the 3A Maryland State Championship at Ripken Stadium.

MVAL Baseball Record Book

to add a record to the MVAL record book, please contact me (Dave Foltz, MVAL Webmaster) by e-mail: foltzie@aol.com

UPDATED: JUNE 2011

Team Records

Most State Championships (while member of MVAL)
1. 4, Brunswick (1990, 1991, 1992, 1996)
2. 3, Walkersville (1978, 1999, 2003)
3. 2, Boonsboro (1985, 2002)
3. 2, South Hagerstown (1996, 2003)
5. 2, Westminster (2007, 2011)
6. 1, Liberty (2004)
6. 1, Frederick (2009)
6. 1, North Hagerstown (2010)
6. 1, Williamsport (2012)
2007 Westminster Owls
The 2007 Westminster Owls had an average regular season, but during the post season they were nearly untouchable by rolling to the 3A State Championship. The Owls defeated Centennial 4-1 in the title game to win their first-ever state baseball championship.


Most MVAL Wins, Season:
1. 17, Brunswick-2000
2. 16, Walkersville-1992
2. 16, Boonsboro-1999
2. 16, Walkersville-1999
2. 16, Walkersville-2000
2. 16, Brunswick-2001
7. 15, Smithsburg-1990
7. 15, Walkersville-1993
7. 15, South Hagerstown-1995

Highest MVAL Win Pct, Season:
1. 1.000, South Carroll-2004
1. 1.000, Westminster-2006
1. 1.000, Century-2009
1. 1.000, Westminster-2011
5. .944, Brunswick-2000
6. .923, North Hagerstown-2012

Least MVAL Losses, Season:
1. 0, South Carroll-2004
1. 0, Westminster-2006
1. 0, Century-2009
1. 0, Westmister-2011
5. 1, Brunswick-2000
5. 1, Linganore-2008
5. 1, South Hagerstown-2008
5. 1, Catoctin-2008
5. 1, Clear Spring-2008
5. 1, Clear Spring-2009
5. 1, Linganore-2009
5. 1, North Hagerstown-2012

Most MVAL Losses, Season:
1. 17, Catoctin-1995
1. 17, Smithsburg-2000
1. 17, Smithsburg-2001
4. 16, Catoctin-1991
4. 16, Francis Scott Key-1991
4. 16, Smithsburg-1995
4. 16, Smithsburg-1999
4. 16, Francis Scott Key-1999
4. 16, Francis Scott Key-2000

Least MVAL Wins, Season:
1. 1, Catoctin-1995
1. 1, Smithsburg-2000
1. 1, Smithsburg-2001
1. 1, Winters Mill-2004
1. 1, Smithsburg-2005
1. 1, Smithsburg-2006
1. 1, Century-2006
1. 1, Williamsport-2008
1. 1, Smihtbsburg-2008
1. 1, Williamsport-2009
1. 1, Winters Mill-2010
1. 1, Smithsburg-2012

2003 Walkersville Lions
The Lions won the Maryland 2A State Championship during the 2003 season. Walkersville defeated Eastern Tech, 5-4 in the '03 title game

Most MVAL Championships (Since 1989):
1. 7, Walkersville
2. 4, Liberty
2. 4, Middletown
2. 4, Boonsboro
2. 4, South Hagerstown
6. 3, North Hagerstown
6. 3, Brunswick
6. 3, Century
6. 3, Westminster
6. 3, Clear Spring
11. 2, Catoctin
11. 2, Thomas Johnson
11. 2, Frederick
11. 2, Linganore
11. 2, Urbana
11. 2, Williamsport

Most Consecutive MVAL Championships (Since 1990):
1. 3, Walkersville (1992-1993-1994 MVAL)
1. 3, Clear Spring (2008-2009-2010 Antietam Conf)
3. 2, South Hagerstown (1995-1996 MVAL)
3. 2, Brunswick (2000-2001 MVAL)
3. 2, South Hagerstown (2007-2008 Antietam-Piedmont Conf)
3. 2, Linganore (2008-2009 Chesapeake Conf)
3. 2, Century (2008-2009 Blue Ridge Conf)
3. 2, Wetsminster (2010-2011 Chesapeake Conf)
3. 2, North Hagerstown (2011-2012 Antietam Conf)

Most Avg Runs/Game:
1. 11.3, Brunswick, 2000**
2. 10.6, Westminster, 2011
2. 10.6, North Hagerstown, 2012
4. 10.3, Williamsport, 2004
4. 10.3, Williamsport, 2005
6. 10.1, Catoctin, 2011
7. 9.9, Clear Spring, 2009
8. 9.8, Frederick, 2009
9. 9.7, Manchester Valley, 2011
10. 9.5, North Hagerstown, 2005
10. 9.5, Smithsburg, 2010

Most Runs, Any Game:
1. 35, North Hagerstown, 2001** (at Kennedy)
1. 35, Westminster, 2011** (vs Southwestern)
3. 31, Manchester Valley, 2011 (vs Winters Mill)
4. 29, Century, 2011 (at North Carroll)
5. 27, Westminster, 2004 (at Southwestern)
6. 25, Catoctin, 2003** (vs Forest Park)
6. 25, Catoctin, 2006 (vs Smithsburg)
6. 25, Winters Mill, 2010 (vs Manchester Valley)
9. 24, Williamsport, 2005 (vs Clear Spring)
9. 24, Williamsport, 2011 (vs Clear Spring)
11. 23, South Hagerstown, 1991 (vs North Hagerstown)
11. 23, Brunswick, 2004 (vs Boonsboro)
11. 23, Catoctin, 2011 (vs North Hagerstown)
11. 23, Catoctin, 2011 (vs Boonsboro)
15. 22, Smithsburg, 2010 (vs North Hagerstown)
15. 22, Williamsport, 2012** (vs Wheaton)

Most Runs, Game (both teams, MVAL game):
1. 52, Manchester Valley (31) vs. Winters Mill (21), 2011
2. 37, South Hagerstown (19) vs Clear Spring (18), 2010
2. 37, Williamsport (24) vs Clear Spring (13), 2011
4. 36, South Hagerstown (23) vs North Hagerstown (13), 1991
4. 36, Williamsport (24) vs Clear Spring (12), 2005
6. 35, Smithsburg (22) vs North Hagerstown (13), 2010
6. 35, Westminster (35) vs Southwestern (0), 2011
8. 33, North Hagerstown (21) vs Catoctin (12), 2005
8. 33, South Hagerstown (19) vs Boonsboro (14), 2006
8. 33, Century (17) vs Winters Mill (16), 2008
8. 33, Century (29) vs North Carroll (4), 2011
12. 32, Catoctin (25) vs Smithsburg (7), 2006
12. 32, Boonsboro (18) vs North Carroll (14), 2011
14. 31, Brunswick (23) vs Boonsboro (8), 2004

Most Runs, Inning:
1. 21, Westminster vs Southwestern, 2011
2. 16, Winters Mill vs Manchester Valley, 2010
3. 15, North Carroll vs South Carroll, 2007
x. 14, North Hagerstown vs Thomas Johnson, 2012^
4. 13, Walkersville vs South Carroll, 1988
4. 13, North Hagerstown vs Kennedy, 2001^
4. 13, Frederick vs South Carroll, 2009

Most Hits, Game:
1. 32, North Hagerstown vs Kennedy, 2001** ^
2. 23, Linganore vs Liberty, 2008
2. 23, Manchester Valley, 2011
2. 23, Westminster, 2011

Most Hits, Game (both teams):
1. 42, Manchester Valley (23) vs Winters Mill (19), 2011**
2. 38, North Hagerstown vs South Hagerstown, 1991
3. 36, North Hagerstown (32) vs Kennedy (4), 2001
3. 36, South Hagerstown (20) vs Clear Spring (16), 2010
5. 31, South Hagerstown (18) vs Boonsboro (13), 2006
5. 31, Linganore (23) vs Liberty (8), 2008

**-Maryland State Record
^-Playoff Game
2003 South Hagerstown Rebels
A picture of the South Hagerstown Rebels after winning the 2003 Maryland 1A State Championship. The Rebs defeated MVAL foe Catoctin in the title game.

Most Home Runs, Season:
1. 49, Brunswick, 2000**
2. 31, South Hagerstown, 1999
2. 31, North Hagerstown, 2012
4. 30, Catoctin, 2011
5. 29, Century, 2011
6. 24, Williamsport, 2004
6. 24, Clear Spring, 2011
8. 23, Century, 2004
8. 23, Williamsport, 2011

Most Home Runs, Game:
1. 8, North Hagerstown, 2001 (at Williamsport)
1. 8, North Hagerstown, 2001 (at Kennedy)
3. 7, South Carroll, 2004 (vs Winters Mill)
3. 7, South Hagerstown, 1998
3. 7, South Hagerstown, 1999
3. 7, Williamsport, 2001
7. 6, Smithsburg, 2010 (vs Boonsboro)
7. 6, South Hagerstown, 2011 (vs Clear Spring)
7. 6, North Hagerstown, 2012 (vs Century)

Most Home Runs, Game (both teams):
1. 11, North Hagerstown (8) vs Williamsport (3), 2001**
2. 9, South Hagerstown (6) vs Clear Spring (3), 2011
3. 8, North Hagerstown (8) vs Kennedy (0), 2001
4. 7, Linganore (5) vs Urbana (2), 2010
5. 6, Linganore (3) vs North Carroll (3), 2008
5. 6, North Hagerstown (6) vs Century (0), 2012

**-MD State Record

Most Home Runs, Inning:
1. 4, Walkersville 2003 (at Smithsburg)
Lowest Team ERA, Season
1. 1.50, Walkersville, 1992
2. 1.74, Westminster, 2011


Least Team Pitching Losses, Season
1. 0, Westminster, 2011


Most Team Complete Games, Season
1. 14, Westminster, 2011

Rodney Young-South Hagerstown
South Hagerstown's Rodney Young held the MVAL single-season record for batting average for three seasons, before being broken in 1998 by Catoctin's John West. During his 1995 junior season, Young hit for a blistering .606 clip. Young currently ranks second in career batting average with a .557 mark. Young also helped the Rebels win their first ever State Baseball Championship in 1996.

Individual Batting Records

Highest Batting Avg, Career:
1. .601, Will Crampton-Boonsboro 1984-1986
2. .557, Rodney Young-South Hagerstown 1995-1996
3. .518, Kevin Goode-Brunswick 1998-2001
4. .504, Charlie McLaughlin-Catoctin 1997-1998
5. .500, P.J. Hiser-North/South Hagerstown 1998-2000
6. .497, Will Delawter-Catoctin 2003-2004
7. .490, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2006-2008
8. .484, Pat Sherald-Catoctin 1996-1997
9. .482, Josh Lucas-Middletown 1998-1999
10. .475, John West-Catoctin 1997-1998
11. .474, Kyle Kane-Boonsboro, 2005-2007
11. .466, Brad Taylor-South Hagerstown 1997-1998
12. .465, Tyler Beard-Williamsport, 2004-2006
13. .463, Landon Routzahn-Catoctin, 2008-2011
14. .459, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2008-2011
15. .457, Aaron Mills-Clear Spring, 2005-2008
16. .454, Adam Eshbaugh-Brunswick 1995-1998
17. .452, Phillip Jordan-Williamsport, 2004-2006
18. .449, Joey Johnson-Catoctin, 2011-2013
19. .443, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2009-2011
20. .438, Aaron Gabrielian-Century, 2003-2005
21. .437, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2006-2009
21. .437, Jake Bachtell-North Hagerstown, 2010-2011
23. .436, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2009-2011
24. .434, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
25. .432, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2003-2005
25. .432, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2006-2009
27. .431, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009


Highest Batting Avg, Season (Min: 2 AB's per game played)
1. .652, John West-Catoctin, 1998 (Sr.)
2. .606, Rodney Young-South Hagerstown, 1995 (Jr.)
3. .591, Rob Grob-Walkersville, 1991 (Sr.)
4. .583, Phillip Jordan-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
5. .581, Shifler-Smithsburg, 1991
6. .556, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2008 (Sr.)
7. .555, Jason Lucas-Middletown, 1990 (Soph.)
8. .552, Zach Krietz-Catoctin, 2010 (Jr.)
9. .550, Josh Lucas-Middletown, 1998 (Jr.)
10. .548, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2005 (Sr.)
11. .544, Jason Lucas-Middletown, 1992 (Sr.)
12. .541, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2007 (Jr.)
13. .539, Ben Jordan-Williamsport, 2004 (Jr.)
14. .538, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
15. .535, David Miner-South Hagerstown, 2003 (Jr.)
16. .531, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1999 (Soph.)
16. .531, Justin Lewis-Boonsboro, 2011 (Jr.)
18. .530, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000 (Jr.)
18. .530, John Quail-Boonsboro, 2000 (Sr.)
20. .527, Mike Martin-North Hagerstown, 1992 (Sr.)
20. .527, Kyle Kane-Boonsboro, 2006 (Jr.)
20. .527, Landon Routzahn-Catoctin, 2009 (Soph)
23. .522, Rodney Young-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
23. .522, Ryan Mason-Urbana, 2009 (Jr.)
23. .522, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2010 (Sr.)
26. .521, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2005 (Sr.)
26. .521, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2004 (Sr.)
28. .518, Josh Lucas-Middletown, 1999 (Sr.)
29. .517, Michael Austin-Century, 2011 (Jr.)
29. .517, Logan Appel-Clear Spring, 2012 (Jr.)
31. .516, Phil Pietro-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)
31. .516, Jason Baytop-Manchester Valley (Jr.)
33. .515, Jay Love-Boonsboro, 2004 (Sr.)
33. .515, Devin Bell-Walkersville, 2011 (Soph.)
35. .514, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2008 (Jr.)
36. .513, David Miner-South Hagerstown, 2004 (Sr.)
37. .509, Alex Dubé-Walkersville, 2000 (Sr.)
37. .509, Aaron Gabrielian-Century, 2004 (Sr.)
37. .509, Keith Woodrow-Francis Scott Key, 2011 (Sr.)
37. .509, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
41. .508, Chip Bachtell-Smithsburg, 1989 (Sr.)
41. .508, Pat Sherald-Catoctin, 1997 (Sr.)
41. .508, Corey Morgan-Clear Spring, 2010 (Sr.)
41. .508, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2011 (Sr.)
45. .507, Charlie McLaughlin-Catoctin, 1998 (Sr.)
45. .507, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2010 (Jr.)
45. .507, Brandon Nelson-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
48. .506, Andy Maught-Brunswick, 2000 (Sr.)
49. .500, Donnie Drury-Brunswick, 1996 (Sr.)
49. .500, P.J. Hiser-South Hagerstown, 1999 (Sr.)
49. .500, Steve Rice-Century, 2004 (Sr.)
49. .500, Danny Duranko-Catoctin, 2005 (Sr.)
49. .500, Matt Greene-South Carroll, 2006 (Sr.)
49. .500, Scott Keeney-Clear Spring, 2006 (Sr.)
49. .500, Marcellus Sumlin-North Hagerstown, 2007 (Sr.)
49. .500, Garrett Price-Lberty, 2008 (Sr.)
49. .500, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2009 (Sr.)
49. .500, Taylor Henry-Linganore, 2010 (Sr.)
49. .500, Brandon Glazer-Clear Spring, 2010 (Sr.)
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Brady Wilson-Frederick (2006-2009)
Frederick's Brady Wilson smashed the MVAL career hits record over his four year career. Wilson finished with a league record 119 career hits and a 3A Maryland State Championship in his final high school game.

Most Hits, Career:
1. 119, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
2. 105, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
3. 99, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2001-2004
3. 99, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
5. 95, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2006-2008
5. 95, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2006-2009
5. 95, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2010-2012
8. 93, Alex Cardy-Walkersville, 1997-2000
9. 91, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
9. 91, Matt Murray-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
11. 90, Phillip Jordan-Williamsport, 2004-2006
11. 90, Kyle Kane-Boonsboro, 2005-2007
11. 90, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2009-2011
14. 88, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2004-2006
15. 87, Ryan Mason-Urbana, 2007-2010
15. 87, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012 (active)
17. 86, Aaron Mills-Clear Spring, 2005-2008
18. 85, Charles Cvijanovich-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
19. 84, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2008-2011
20. 83, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2006-2009
20. 83, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2006-2009
22. 82, Connor Arnone-Williamsport, 2008-2011
23. 81, Wayne Toms-Brunswick, 2000-2001
24. 80, Tyler Beard-Williamsport, 2004-2006
24. 80, Michael Austin-Century, 2010-2012
26. 79, Jason Rummel-Walkersville, 1992-1994
27. 78, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1999-2000
27. 78, Pat Calloway-Walkersville, 1999-2001
27. 78, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2008-2010
30. 76, Rodney Young-South Hagerstown, 1995-1996
30. 76, Matt Angell-Francis Scott Key, 2004-2006
32. 75, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2003-2005

Most Hits, Season:
1. 46, John West-Catoctin, 1998 (Sr.)
2. 44, Josh Lucas-Middletown, 1999 (Sr.)
3. 43, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1999 (Jr.)
3. 43, Wayne Toms-Brunswick, 2001 (Jr.)
5. 42, Phillip Jordan-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
5. 42, Zack Krietz-Catoctin, 2010 (Jr.)
7. 41, Ben Jordan-Williamsport, 2004 (Sr.)
7. 41, Ryan Ruff-Westminster, 2012 (Sr.)
9. 40, Rodney Young-South Hagerstown, 1995 (Jr.)
9. 40, Tyler Beard-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
11. 39, Andy Maught-Brunswick, 2000 (Sr.)
11. 39, Matt Greene-South Carroll, 2006 (Sr.)
11. 39, Kyle Kane-Boonsboro, 2006 (Jr.)
11. 39, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
11. 39, Brandon Nelson-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
16. 38, Jeremy Lowery-Brunswick, 1996
16. 38, Wayne Toms-Brunswick, 2002 (Sr.)
16. 38, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2009 (Sr.)
19. 37, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2005 (Sr.)
19. 37, Charlie McLaughlin-Catoctin, 1998 (Sr.)
19. 37, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2004
19. 37, Andy Taylor-Williamsport, 2004 (Sr.)
19. 37, Tyler Beard-Williamsport, 2006 (Sr.)
19. 37, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2008 (Jr.)
19. 37, Tyson Cline-Williamsport, 2011 (Sr.)
26. 36, Donnie Drury-Brunswick, 1996
26. 36, Rodney Young-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
26. 36, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2010 (Sr.)
26. 36, Tyler Itnyre-Brunswick, 2010 (Sr.)
30. 35, Tom Lake-Walkersville, 1994
30. 35, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000 (Sr.)
30. 35, Brett Caplan-Liberty, 2004
30. 35, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2006 (Sr.)
30. 35, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2008 (Sr.)
30. 35, Derek Macierowski-Urbana, 2010 (Jr.)
30. 35, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
30. 35, Connor Myers-Middletown, 2011 (Sr.)
30. 35, Devin Bell-Walkersville, 2011 (Jr.)
30. 35, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Jr.)
30. 35, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2012 (Sr.)

Most Consecutive Hits
1. 11, Aaron Gabrielian-Century, 2004
2. 9, Chris Palmer-North Hagerstown, 2006

Most Hits, Game:
1. 6, Matt Johnson-North Hagerstown, 2001**
2. 5, Jason Rummel-Walkersville, 1994
2. 5, Nathan Himes-Boonsboro, 2002
2. 5, Josh Bowers-Williamsport, 2002
2. 5, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2004
2. 5, Phillip Jordan-Williamsport, 2005
2. 5, Matt Sanchez-Walkersville, 2005
2. 5, Carl Huber-Linganore, 2005
2. 5, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2006
2. 5, Nick Lum-Boonsboro, 2010
2. 5, Brandon Nelson-Westminster, 2011
2. 5, several players (please contact me to add player to list)

**-MD State Record
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John West-Catoctin (1997-1998)
Catoctin's John West had one of the best overall batting seasons in the history of Maryland High School Baseball. West had an unbelievable .652 batting average and 14 double during his 1998 senior season. West finished with a MVAL career record 35 two-baggers.

Most Doubles, Career:
1. 35, John West-Catoctin 1997-1998
2. 31, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2006-2009
3. 29, Mike Irvine-Catoctin 1998-1999
3. 29, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2010-2012
5. 27, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
6. 26, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
7. 25, Aaron Mills-Clear Spring, 2005-2008
8. 24, Matt Murray-North Hagerstown 2002-2005
8. 24, Robbie Mathias-Liberty, 2004-2006
8. 24, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012 (active)
11. 23, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
11. 23, Jeremy Lowery-Brunsick 1995-1996
11. 23, Josh Lucas-Middletown 1998-1999
11. 23, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2006-2008
15. 22, Alex Cardy-Walkersville
15. 22, Mike Hull-South Hagerstown 1998-1999
15. 22, Tyeler Presgraves-South Hagerstown, 2008-2010
15. 22, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2009-2011
15. 22, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2008-2011
20. 21, Andy Maught-Brunswick 1998-2000
20. 21, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2006-2009
20. 21, Charles Cvijanovich-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
23. 20, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown 2001-2004
23. 20, Joey Johnson-Catoctin, 2011-2013
25. 19, Alan Webber-Brunswick 1999-2000
25. 19, Steven Rice-Century, 2004-2006
25. 19, Scott Keeney-Clear Spring, 2005-2006
25. 19, Brandon Glazer-Clear Spring, 2007-2010
29. 18, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2004-2006
29. 18, Tyler Byers-Williamsport, 2010-2012

Most Doubles, Season:
1. 15, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2012 (Sr.)
2. 14, John West-Catoctin, 1998 (Sr.)
2. 14, Mike Irvine-Catoctin, 1998 (Sr.)
4. 13, P.J. Hiser-South Hagerstown, 1999 (Sr.)
4. 13, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2009 (Sr.)
4. 13, Tyeler Presgraves-South Hagerstown, 2010 (Sr.)
7. 12, Gerry Spessard-Smithsburg, 2002
7. 12, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2001 (Sr.)
7. 12, Josh Lucas-Middletown, 1999 (Sr.)
7. 12, Andy Maught-Brunswick, 2000 (Sr.)7
7. 12, Mitch Berman-North Carroll, 2008 (Sr.)
7. 12, Jeremy Lowery-Brunswick, 1996
7. 12, Nick Stubbs-South Hagerstown, 2010 (Jr.)
14. 11, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2002 (Soph.)
14. 11, Chad Hartman-Brunswick, 1996
14. 11, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 2001 (Sr.)
14. 11, Jeff Baumiller-North Carroll, 2005 (Sr.)
14. 11, David Warrenfeltz-Williamsport, 2005 (Sr.)
14. 11, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2009 (Sr.)
14. 11, Brandon Glazer-Clear Spring, 2009 (Jr.)
14. 11, Mike Hooper-Brunswick, 2010 (Sr.)
14. 11, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2011 (Sr.)
14. 11, Tyler Byers-Williamsport, 2011 )Sr.)
14. 11, Dylan Stouffer-Clear Spring, 2012 (Jr.)

Most Doubles, Game:
1. 4, Jason Parker-South Carroll, 2004
2. 3, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2004
2. 3, Justin Weaver-North Hagerstown, 2005
2. 3, Matt Stouter-Walkersville, 2005
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Geoff Suddath-Liberty (2009-2010)
The Lion's Geoff Suddath set the MVAL single-season record for triples during the 2010 season with six three-baggers.

Most Triples, Career:
1. 9, Steve Dinges-Brunswick 1987-1990
1. 9, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
3. 8, Wayne Persinger-Walkersville 1988-1989
3. 8, Pat Calloway-Walkersville, 1999-2001
5. 6, Chris Grove-North Hagerstown, 2003-2005
5. 6, Jason Rummel-Walkersville 1992-1994
5. 6, Kurt Cunningham-Walkersville 1991-1992
5. 6, Lane Strobel-Walkersville, 1992-1994
5. 6, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
5. 6, Alex Anwar-Linganore, 2008-2011

Most Triples, Season:
1. 6, Geoff Suddath-Liberty (Sr.)
1. 6, Chad Nazelrod-Manchester Valley (Sr.)
3. 5, Steve Dinges-Brunswick, 1990
3. 5, Jason Rummel-Walkersville, 1994
3. 5, Chad Hartman-Brunswick, 1996
3. 5, Lowell Coats-Thomas Johnson, 2004 (Sr.)
3. 5, Chris Grove-North Hagerstown, 2005 (Sr.)
3. 5, James Ways-Winters Mill, 2008 (Jr.)
3. 5, Forrest Parker-Walkersville, 2011 (Jr.)
10. 4, Mike Irvine-Catoctin, 1999 (Sr.)
10. 4, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1993
10. 4, Pat Sherald-Catoctin, 1997 (Jr.)
10. 4, Kurt Cunningham-Walkersville, 1992
10. 4, Matt Reuckert-Walkersville, 1988
10. 4, Bunky Toy-Walkersville, 1983
10. 4, Matt Sanchez-Walkersville, 2005 (Sr.)
10. 4, Kevin Tehansky-Westminster, 2005 (Jr.)
10. 4, Corey Myers-Catoctin, 2006 (Sr.)
10. 4, Jimmy Gilford-Francis Scott Key, 2007 (Sr.)
10. 4, Erik Aspril-North Carroll, 2008 (Sr.)
10. 4, Casey Mann-North Carroll, 2008 (Jr.)
10. 4, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2008 (Jr.)
10. 4, Matt Wolf-Liberty, 2009 (Sr.)
10. 4, Ty Benson-North Hagerstown, 2010 (Jr.)
10. 4, Nick Frock-Manchester Valley, 2010 (Jr.)
10. 4, Kyle Cavey-Manchester Valley, 2011 (Sr.)

Most Triples, Game:
1. 2, Brandon Bosley-Westminster, 2004
1. 2, Alan Baumann-Thomas Johnson, 2004
1. 2, Matt Sanchez-Walkersville, 2005
1. 2, Nick Hallis-Liberty, 2009
1. 2, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2011
1. 2, Timmy Anderson-Liberty, 2013
1. 2, Austin Stone-North Hagerstown, 2013
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Aaron Gabrielian-Century (2004-2005)
Gabrielian recorded the fourth best season for HR's in MVAL history during his junior year of 2004. Aaron hit nine round-trippers during 2004 and finished with 13 for his career---good for seventh all-time.


Most Home Runs, Career:
1. 30, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1998-2001
2. 21, Keith Herbert-Boonsboro, 1997-1999
3. 18, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1990-1992
4. 17, Chip Bachtell-Smithsburg, 1987-1989
4. 17, Jim Updegraff-Smithsburg, 1988-1990
4. 17, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 1998-2001
4. 17, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2006-2009
4. 17, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
9. 16, Matt Domer-Brunswick, 1989-1992
9. 16, Adam Eshbaugh-Brunswick, 1995-1998
9. 16, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
9. 16, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2010-2012
13. 14, Bob Dawson-Brunswick, 1989-1991
13. 14, Steven Rice-Century, 2004-2006
13. 14, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2008-2011
16. 13, Matt Tedrick-North Hagerstown, 2002-2003
16. 13, Brad Taylor-South Hagerstown, 1997-1998
16. 13, Aaron Gabrielian-Century, 2004-2005
16. 13, Mitch Althoff-Catoctin, 2007-2008
16. 13, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2006-2009
16. 13, Michael Austin-Century, 2010-2012
22. 12, Keith Kellinger-Boonsboro, 2001-2002
22. 12, David Miner-South Hagerstown, 2002-2004
22. 12, A.J. Jamison-Williamsport, 2006-2008
22. 12, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
22. 12, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2009-20119

Most Home Runs, Season:
1. 13, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1999** (Soph.)
2. 12, Keith Herbert-Boonsboro, 1999 (Sr.)
3. 11, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000 (Jr.)
3. 11, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
3. 11, Dylan Stouffer-Clear Spring, 2011 (Soph.)
3. 11, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Jr.)
7. 10, Chip Bachtell-Smithsburg, 1990 (Sr.)
7. 10, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1991 (Jr.)
7. 10, Mitch Althoff-Catoctin, 2008 (Sr.)
10. 9, Aaron Gabrielian-Century, 2004 (Sr.)
10. 9, P.J. Hiser-South Hagerstown, 1999 (Sr.)
10. 9, Steve Goode-Brunswick, 1997
10. 9, Adam Eshbaugh-Brunswick, 1997
10. 9, Tyler Itnyre-Brunswick, 2010 (Sr.)
15. 8, Jim Updegraff-Smithsburg, 1990 (Sr.)
15. 8, Matt Tedrick-North Hagerstown, 2002 (Jr.)
15. 8, Keith Kellinger-Boonsboro, 2001 (Jr.)
15. 8, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2006 (Sr.)
15. 8, Taylor Henry-Linganore, 2010 (Sr.)
15. 8, Logan Appel-Clear Spring, 2011 (Soph.)

**-MD State Record

Most Home Runs, Game:
1. 4, Brad Taylor-South Hagerstown, 1998**
1. 4, Michael Austin-Century, 2011** (1 inside the park)
3. 3, Mike Martin-North Hagerstown, 1992
3. 3, Steve Goode-Brunswick, 1997
3. 3, Gary Naile-Williamsport, 2001
3. 3, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008
3. 3, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2012

**-MD State Record

Most Home Runs, Inning:
1. 2, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1999**
1. 2, Josh Harrison-Walkersville, 2003**
1. 2, Kyle Kane-Boonsboro, 2006**
1. 2, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2012** ^

**-MD State Record
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Most Grand Slams, Season:
1. 3, Alan Webber-Brunwick, 2000**
2. 1, several players

Most Grand Slams, Game:
1. 2, Alan Webber-Brunwick, 2000**
1. 2, Justin Lewis-Boonsboro, 2010
2. 1, several players

**-MD State Record
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Most Walks, Career:
1. 67, Steve Dinges-Brunswick, 1987-1990
2. 63, Tim Leather-South Hagerstown, 2005-2007
3. 59, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2006-2009
4. 58, Ray Dorsey-Walkersville, 2001-2003
5. 56, Jeremy Long-Walkersville, 1986-1989
6. 52, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
6. 52, Jason Kasch-Brunswick, 1987-1990
8. 51, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1998-2001
8. 51, Jim Staub-Walkersville, 1987-1990
10. 50, Frankie Linton-South Hagerstown, 1996-1999

Most Walks, Season:
1. 30, Brett Strahin-Brunswick, 2012 (Sr.)
2. 28, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2009 (Sr.)
3. 26, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2005 (Sr.)
3. 26, Brandon Glazer-Clear Spring, 2010 (Sr.)
5. 25, Jason Hammond-Williamsport, 2010 (Sr.)
6. 24, Ray Dorsey-Walkersville, 2002 (Sr.)
6. 24, Blaine Keyser-Brunswick, 2004 (Sr.)
6. 24, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2009 (Sr.)
9. 23, T.J. Milburn-Boonsboro, 1992 (Sr.)
9. 23, Lee Lorshbaugh-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
9. 23, Tim Leather-South Hagerstown, 2006 (Jr.)
9. 23, Tim Leather-South Hagerstown, 2007 (Sr.)
9. 23, Justin Lewis-Boonsboro, 2011 (Jr.)
9. 23, Brice Beachley-Brunswick, 2012 (Jr.)
15. 22, Jeremy Long-Walkersville, 1988 (Sr.)
15. 22, Nick Hill-Clear Spring, 2011 (Jr.)
15. 22, Charles Cvijanovich-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)
15. 22, Nick Hill-Clear Spring, 2012 (Sr.)
15. 22, Logan Appel-Clear Spring, 2012 (Jr.)
20. 21, Cory Rhodes-Frederick, 2004 (Jr.)
20. 21, Corey Morgan-Clear Spring, 2010 (Sr.)
20. 21, Ryan Ruiz-Boonsboro, 2011 (So.)
20. 21, Matt Daley-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Jr.)
24. 20, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2005 (Sr.)
24. 20, Steve Dinges-Brunswick, 1990 (Sr.)
24. 20, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000 (Jr.)
24. 20, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2001 (Sr.)
24. 20, Pat Currier-Walkersville, 1997
24. 20, Ryan Kassab-Walkersville, 2007 (Sr.)
24. 20, Brian Paulhus-Linganore, 2008 (Sr.)
24. 20, Taylor Metzner-Smithsburg, 2009 (Sr.)
24. 20, A.J. Fogle-Brunswick, 2010 (Sr.)
24. 20, Blake Bandeff-Williamsport, 2010 (Sr.)
24. 20, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
24. 20, Logan Appel-Clear Spring, 2011 (Soph.)
24. 20, Phil Pietro-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)


Most Walks, Game:
1. 4, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2005
1. 4, Brian Paulhus-Linganore, 2008
3. 3, several players
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Most RBI's, Career
1. 138, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1998-2001
2. 101, R.J Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
3. 97, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
4. 89, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2010-2012
5. 85, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
5. 85, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2006-2009
7. 79, Dylan Stouffer-Clear Spring, 2011-2012
8. 77, Alex Cardy-Walkersville, 1997-2000
9. 75, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2006-2009
10. 71, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
11. 68, Michael Austin-Century, 2010-2012
12. 67, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
12. 67, Jimmy Lanning-Frederick, 2007-2009
12. 67. Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2009-2011
15. 65, Matt Murray-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
15. 65, Charles Cvijanovich-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
17. 64, Jeremiah Mills-Boonsboro, 2004-2006
17. 64, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2009-2011
19. 63, Danny Miller-Catoctin, 2005-2008

Most RBI's, Season
1. 51, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Jr.)
2. 47, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1999 (Soph.)
2. 47, Dylan Stouffer-Clear Spring, 2012 (Jr.)
4. 41, Devin Bell-Walkersville, 2011 (Jr.)
5. 40, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2011 (Jr.)
5. 40, Phil Pietro-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)
7. 39, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000 (Jr.)
7. 39, Keith Kellinger-Boonsboro, 2002 (Sr.)
7. 39, R.J Smith-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
10. 37, Dustin French-South Hagerstown, 1998
10. 37, P.J. Hiser-South Hagerstown, 1999
12. 36, Keith Herbert-Boonsboro, 1999 (Sr.)
13. 34, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2004 (Sr.)
13. 34, Evan Picciotto-North Carroll, 2007 (Sr.)
15. 33, Andy Taylor-Williamsport, 2004 (Sr.)
15. 33, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2006 (Jr.)
15. 33, Michael Austin-Century, 2011 (Jr.)
18. 32, Shawn Dewees-Walkersville, 1993
18. 32, David Warrenfeltz-Williamsport, 2005 (Sr.)
18. 32, Jason Hammond-Williamsport, 2010 (Sr.)
18. 32, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2011 (Sr.)
18. 32, Dylan Stouffer-Clear Spring, 2011
18. 32, Garrett Sprankle-Catoctin, 2012 (Sr.)
18. 32, Marty Windisch-Manchester Valley, 2012 (Sr.)
25. 31, Tyler Byers-Williamsport, 2011 (Jr.)
25. 31, Logan Appel-Clear Spring, 2011 (Jr.)
25. 31, Chris Palmer-Walkersville, 1992
25. 31, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2005 (Sr.)
25. 31, Jimmy Lanning-Frederick, 2008 (Jr.)
25. 31, Josh Jackson-Frederick, 2009 (Sr.)
25. 31, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2009 (Soph.)
25. 31, Taylor Henry-Linganore, 2010 (Sr.)
25. 31, Corey Morgan-Clear Spring, 2010 (Sr.)
25. 31, Brandon Nelson-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
25. 31, Brandon Berney-Thomas Johnson, 2012 (Sr.)
36. 30, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
36. 30, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2006 (Sr.)
36. 30, Mitch Althoff-Catoctin, 2008 (Sr.)
36. 30, Jordan Thurber-Clear Spring, 2008 (Jr.)
36. 30, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)

Most RBI's, Game:
1. 11, Michael Austin-Century, 2011
2. 10, Devin Bell-Walkersville, 2011
3. 8, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 2000
3. 8, Jeremiah Mills-Boonsboro, 2005
3. 8, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008
3. 8, Justin Lewis-Boonsboro, 2010
7. 7, Wayne Persinger-Walkersville, 1988
7. 7, Shawn Dewees-Walkersville, 1993
7. 7, Nathan Himes-Boonsboro, 2003
7. 7, Justin Weaver-North Hagerstown, 2005
7. 7, Kyle Kane-Boonsboro, 2006
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Most Runs Scored, Career:
1. 98, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
2. 96, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
3. 91, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 1998-2001
4. 85, Connor Arnone-Williamsport, 2008-2011
4. 85, Charles Cvijanovich-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
6. 84, Jason Rummel-Walkersville 1992-1994
7. 78, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2009
8. 77, Frankie Linton-South Hagerstown 1996-1999
9. 75, Jeremy Long-Walkersville 1986-1989
10. 74, Steve Dinges-Brunswick 1987-1990
11. 72, Andy Maught-Brunswick 1998-2000
11. 72, Pat Currier-Walkersville 1996-1997
13. 71, Matt Ridenour-North Hagerstown, 2002-2005
13. 71, Chad Hartman-Brunswick 1995-1996
13. 71, Austin Carter-Catoctin, 2008-2011
13. 71, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2010-2012
17. 70, Phillip Jordan-Williamsport, 2004-2006
18. 69, Zach Kreitz-Catoctin, 2009-2011
19. 68, Tyler Beard-Williamsport, 2004-2006
20. 67, Mike Irvine-Catoctin 1998-1999
20. 67, Tyeler Presgraves-South Hagerstown, 2008-2010
22. 66, Pat Sherald-Catoctin 1996-1997
22. 66, Micahel Austin-Century, 2010-2012
24. 65, Ty Benson-North Hagerstown, 2009-2011
25. 64, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2001-2004
26. 62, Ryan Mason-Urbana, 2007-2010
27. 61, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2004-2006
27. 61, Alex Anwar-Linganore, 2008-2011
27. 61, Zach Lucas-Williamsport, 2010-2012
29. 59, Ryne Willard-Smithsburg, 2009-2011
30. 58, Justin Weaver-North Hagerstown, 2004-2006
30. 58, John West-Catoctin 1998-1999
32. 57, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2004-2006
32. 57, Derek Hadley-Williamsport, 2005-2006
34. 56, Steven Rice-Century, 2004-2006
34. 56, Andrew Derr-Brunswick, 2004-2006
36. 55, Danny Summers-South Hagerstown

Most Runs Scored, Season:
1. 41, Andy Maught-Brunswick, 2000 (Sr.)
2. 40, Zack Swisher-South Hagerstown, 1998 (Sr.)
3. 38, Tyler Beard-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
3. 38, Charles Cvijanovich-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)
5. 37, Connor Arnone-Williamsport, 2010 (Jr.)
5. 37, Connor Arnone-Williamsport, 2011 (Sr.)
7. 36, Pat Sherald-Catoctin, 1997 (Sr.)
7. 36, Matt Daley-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Jr.)
9. 35, Jason Rummel-Walkersville, 1993
9. 35, Chris Hill-Brunswick, 2000
9. 35, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000 (Jr.)
9. 35, Justin Weaver-North Hagerstown, 2005 (Jr.)
9. 35, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2008 (Jr.)
9. 35, Zach Kreitz-Catoctin, 2010 (Jr.)
9. 35, Andrew Yacyk-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Jr.)
16. 34, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2001 (Sr.)
16. 34, Phil Jordan-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
16. 34, Zach Kreitz-Catoctin, 2011 (Sr.)
19. 33, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2004 (Soph.)
19. 33, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2009 (Sr.)
21. 32, Tim Hoover-South Hagerstown, 2010 (Sr.)
21. 32, Cody Harman-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
21. 32, Connor Myers-Middletown, 2011 (Jr.)
24. 31, John West-Catoctin, 1998 (Jr.)
24. 31, Mike Irvine-Catoctin, 1998 (Jr.)
24. 31, Derek Hadley-Williamsport, 2005 (Sr.)
24. 31, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2006 (Sr.)
24. 31, Derek Macierowski-Urbana, 2010 (Jr.)
24. 31, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2010 (Jr.)
24. 31, Mitch McVerry-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
24. 31, Nick Sohn-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
24. 31, Phil Pietro-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)
24. 31, Tyler Beckwith-Linganore, 2012 (Sr.)
34. 30, Brad Friedman-Walkersville, 1991
34. 30, Lane Strobel-Walkersville, 1999
34. 30, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
34. 30, Kevin Tehansky-Westminster, 2006 (Sr.)
34. 30, Josh Jackson-Frederick, 2009 (Sr.)
34. 30, Tyeler Presgraves-South Hagerstown, 2010 (Sr.)


Most Runs Scored, Game:
1. 6, Matt Johnson-North Hagerstown, 2001**
1. 6, Michael Austin-Century, 2011**
3. 5, Brandon Nelson-Westminster, 2011

**-MD State Record
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Jake Yocum-Catoctin (2004-2006)
Jake Yocum, shown here pitching, was also a threat on the bases. Yocum holds the MVAL career stolen base record with 54 swipes.

Most Stolen Bases, Career:
1. 76, R.J Smith-Catoctin, 2008-2011
2. 60, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2006-2009
3. 58, R.J. Smith-Catoctin, 2008-
4. 54, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2004-2006
5. 52, Jeremy Long-Walkersville, 1986-1989
6. 51, Steve Dinges-Brunswick, 1987-1990
7. 50, Thomas Ashby-South Hagerstown, 1993-1995
7. 50, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2003-2005
9. 48, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2008-2010
10. 47, Zach Kreitz-Catoctin, 2009-2011
11. 45, Pat Currier-Walkersville, 1995-1997
12. 44, Steven Fye-South Carroll, 2004-2005
12. 44, Luke Wright-Century, 2006-2009

Most Stolen Bases, Season:
1. 37, Zach Krietz-Catoctin (Jr.)
1. 37, R.J. Smith-Catoctin (Jr.)
3. 29, Steven Fye-South Carroll, 2005 (Sr.)
4. 28, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2005 (Sr.)
5. 27, Thomas Ashby-South Hagerstown, 1995 (Sr.)
5. 27, Mike Irvine-Catoctin, 1999 (Sr.)
7. 26, Denny Remsburg-Walkersville, 1973
7. 26, Steve Dinges-Brunswick, 1990 (Sr.)
9. 25, Pat Currier-Walkersville, 1996
9. 25, Dustin Tarlow-Westminster, 2007 (Sr.)
10. 22, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2008 (Jr.)
11. 21, Brad Friedman-Walkersville, 1991
11. 21, Jimmy Gilford-Francis Scott Key, 2007 (Sr.)
11. 21, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2010 (Sr.)
14. 20, Dave Fitz-North Hagerstown, 1994 (Sr.)
14. 20, Layton Hersh-Francis Scott Key, 2004 (Sr.)
14. 20, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2004 (Soph.)
14. 20, Alex Childs-Westminster, 2010 (Sr.)
14. 20, Phil Pietro-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)

Most Stolen Bases, Game:
1. 6, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2009
2. 5, Layton Hersh-Francis Scott Key, 2004
2. 5, Brady Wilson-Frederick, 2007
2. 5, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2010
5. 4, Jeremy Long-Walkersville, 1989
5. 4, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2004
5. 4, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2004
5. 4, Tyler Redick-Walkersville, 2005
5. 4, Bryan Nolan-Thomas Johnson, 20065
5. 4, Seth Burmeister-Linganore, 2007
5. 4, Phil Pietro-North Hagerstown, 2012
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Billy Gross-Frederick (2004-2005)
Gross had a great senior season in 2005. Billy finished second on the MVAL single-season win list with nine, fourth in career strikeouts with 160, and third in single-season strikeouts with 97.

Individual Pitching Records

Most Wins, Career:
1. 30, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
2. 22, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1990-1992
3. 21, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1988-1991
4. 20, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2001-2004
4. 20, Jason Kelly-South Hagerstown, 1994-1996
6. 19, Lee Lorshbaugh-South Hagerstown, 1994-1996
7. 18, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2004-2006
7. 18, Alex Kennedy-Catoctin, 2011-2013
9. 16, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 1998-2001
9. 16, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1990-1993
9. 16, Ryan Cramer-Walkersville, 1995-1998
9. 16, Dani Ashbaugh-Linganore, 2007-2009

Most Wins, Season:
1. 11, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1993 (Sr.)
2. 10, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2007 (Sr.)
3. 9, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1991 (Jr.)
3. 9, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1991 (Jr.)
3. 9, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1992 (Sr.)
3. 9, Jason Kelly-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
3. 9, Brett Fouche-Walkersville, 1999
3. 9, Billy Gross-Frederick, 2005 (Sr.)
3. 9, Ty Main-Middletown, 2007 (Sr.)
3. 9, Dylan Driscoll-Urbana, 2010 (Sr.)
11. 8, Ken Smith-Walkersville, 1983
11. 8, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1990 (Jr.)
11. 8, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 2000 (Jr.)
11. 8, Dan Ditman-North Carroll, 2006 (Sr.)
11. 8, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2006 (Jr.)
11. 8, Tim Leather-South Hagerstown, 2008 (Sr.)
11. 8, Jimmy Lanning-Frederick, 2009 (Sr.)
11. 8, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2009 (Sr.)
11. 8, Brandon Taylor-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
11. 8, J.T. Root-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)

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T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown (2001-2004)
Hose had more of the most successful pitching careers in North Hagerstown and MVAL history. T.J. holds the MVAL record for shutouts with seven, had the league record for ERA (0.67) until it was broken in 2005, and is third in career strikeouts with 244.

Most Shutouts, Career
1. 7, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown 2001-2004
2. 6, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1990-1992
2. 6, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
4. 4, John Nicodemus-Walkersville, 1971-1974
4. 4, Dani Ashbaugh-Lingnaore, 2006-2008*
6. 3, Jason Kelly-South Hagerstown 1994-1996
6. 3, Jay Greene-Linganore, 2005-2007

Most Shutouts, Season
1. 4, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2004 (Sr.)
2. 3, John Nicodemus-Walkersville, 1972
2. 3, Jason Kelley-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
2. 3, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1991
2. 3, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004 (Fr.)
2. 3, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2007 (Sr.)
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Brett Harman-Westminster (2004-2007)
Harman did something that may never be duplicated in MVAL history. Brett pitched not one, but two no-hitters---as a freshman. His two no-hitters during the 2004 season are tied for the most in league history.

Most No-Hitters, Career:
1. 2, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003-2004
1. 2, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
3. 1, John Nicodemus-Walkersville, 1971
3. 1, Scott Hooper-Walkersville, 1987
3. 1, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1990
3. 1, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1992
3. 1, Chris Palmer-Walkersville, 1992
3. 1, Ronnie Renner-North Hagerstown, 1995
3. 1, Steve Heefner-North Hagerstown, 2000
3. 1, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000
3. 1, Brandon Painter-Boonsboro, 2003-2005
3. 1, Seth Haines-Brunswick, 2005-2007
3. 1, Andrew Stephens-Urbana, 2006
3. 1, Derek Kohler-Tuscarora, 2007
3. 1, Mark Smith-Westminster, 2009
3. 1, Ryan Derr-Brunswick, 2009
3. 1, Joey Fisher-Brunswick, 2009
3. 1, David Hornstein-Frederick, 2009
3. 1, Jason Hammond-Williamsport, 2010
3. 1, Brian Lesher-Clear Spring, 2010

Most No-Hitters, Season:
1. 2, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004
2. 1, John Nicodemus-Walkersville, 1971
2. 1, Scott Hooper-Walkersville, 1987
2. 1, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1990
2. 1, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1992
2. 1, Chris Palmer-Walkersville, 1992
2. 1, Ronnie Renner-North Hagerstown, 1995
2. 1, Steve Heefner-North Hagerstown, 2000
2. 1, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000
2. 1, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003
2. 1, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004
2. 1, Brandon Painter-Boonsboro, 2005
2. 1, Seth Haines-Brunswick, 2006
2. 1, Andrew Stephens-Urbana, 2006***
2. 1, Derek Kohler-Tuscarora, 2007***
2. 1, Mark Smith-Westminster, 2009
2. 1, Ryan Derr-Brunswick, 2009
2. 1, David Hornstein-Frederick, 2009***
2. 1, Jason Hammond-Williamsport, 2010***
2. 1, Brian Lesher-Clear Spring, 2010***

***-playoffs
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Nick Adenhart-Williamsport (2003-2004)
Adenhart was one of the most sought-after players in MVAL history. A projected top pick in the MLB draft, Adenhart's stock took a huge blow after an elbow injury forced him to have "Tommy John" surgery following his senior season. The Los Angeles Angels of Anahiem drafted Nick despite his injury. He recovered from the injury and made it all the way to the majors for part of the 2008 season. Adenhart made the Angels opening day roster in 2009. Nick was tragically killed on April 9, 2009 by a drunk driver in California after pitching his best game as a pro---six scoreless innings against the Oakland A's. Adenhart is still the only MVAL pitcher to ever record a perfect game.

Most Perfect Games, Career:
1. 1, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004

Most Perfect Games, Season:
1. 1, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004
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Brett Harman-Westminster (2004-2007)
Westminster's Brett Harman will go down as one of the best pitchers in MVAL history. Harman holds numerous league marks including career & single-season strikeouts. Harman's set the 2007 single-season record of 113 K's during the Owls State Championship run---first in school history.

Most Strikeouts, Career:
1. 285, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
2. 256, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1988-1991
3. 244, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2001-2004
4. 232, Nick Meekins-Tuscarora, 2005-2008
5. 206, Lee Lorshbaugh-South Hagerstown, 1994-1996
6. 198, Alex Kennedy-Catoctin, 2011-2013
7. 176, Jason Kelley-South Hagerstown, 1994-1996
8. 171, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2004-2006
9. 166, Andrew Massey-Liberty, 2010-2012
10. 165, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003-2004
11. 160, Billy Gross-Frederick, 2004-2005
12. 156, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2004-2006
13. 152, Aaron Main-Brunswick, 2004-2006
14. 150, Matt Doyle-Walkersville, 1996-1999
14. 150, Scott Hooper-Walkersville, 1986-1989
16. 148, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1990-1993
17. 145, Will Delawter-Catoctin, 2002-2004
17. 145, Dani Ashbaugh-Linganore, 2006-2009
19. 140, Dan Gerjets-South Carroll, 2004-2006
20. 130, Jimmy Lanning-Frederick, 2007-2009

Most Strikeouts, Season:
1. 113, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2007 (Sr.)
2. 109, Ty Main-Middletown, 2007 (Sr.)
3. 106, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1990 (Jr.)
4. 104, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1991 (Jr.)
5. 97, Billy Gross-Frederick, 2005 (Sr.)
6. 94, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1991 (Sr.)
7. 92, Lee Lorshbaugh-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
8. 90, Ronnie Renner-North Hagerstown, 1995 (Sr.)
8. 90, Jake Yocum-Catoctin, 2006 (Sr.)
10. 89, Jimmy Mudgett-Century, 2005 (Sr.)
11. 87, Jason Kelly-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
12. 86, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004 (Sr.)
13. 85, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2004 (Sr.)
14. 84, Brian Smith-Frederick, 2012 (Sr.)
15. 82, J.T. Root-North Hagerstown, 2012 (Sr.)
16. 79, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003 (Jr.)
16. 79, Branden Kline-Thomas Johnson, 2009 (Sr.)
18. 78, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1992 (Sr.)
18. 78, Wes Gross-Frederick, 2006 (Sr.)
18. 78, Cam Shifler-Boonsboro, 2006 (Sr.)
21. 77, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1993
21. 77, Nick Meekins-Tuscarora, 2008 (Sr.)
23. 76, Tim Leather-South Hagerstown, 2008 (Sr.)
24. 75, Joe Brisgone-Walkersville, 1997
25. 74, Chris Legore-Catoctin, 2002
26. 72, Dan Ditman-North Carroll, 2006 (Sr.)
27. 71, Steven Smith-Urbana, 2005 (Sr.)
27. 71, Matt Kidd-Westminster, 2005 (Sr.)
27. 71, Ryan Derr-Brunswick, 2009 (Sr.)

Most Strikeouts, Any Game:
1. 24, Ricky Dawson-Brunswick (10 innings)**
2. 19, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1990
3. 17, Aaron Main-Brunswick, 2005
4. 16, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1992
4. 16, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 1999
4. 16, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000
4. 16, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004
4. 16, Chase Wolf-Middletown, 2005
4. 16, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2010
10. 15, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004
10. 15, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003
10. 15, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1993
10. 15, Troy Barrick-Walkersville, 1990
10. 15, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2009*** (9 innings)

**-MD State Record
***-playoff game

Most Strikeouts, 8-Inn Game:
1. 19, Joey Lucas-Brunswick, 1990**

**-MD State Record

Most Strikeouts, 7-Inn Game:
1. 17, Aaron Main-Brunswick, 2005
1. 17, Joey Zuniga-Walkersville, 2010
3. 16, Scott Frye-Brunswick, 1992
3. 16, Alan Webber-Brunswick, 1999
3. 16, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2000
3. 16, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004
3. 16, Chase Wolf-Middletown, 2005
8. 15, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004
8. 15, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003
8. 15, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1993
8. 15, Troy Barrick-Walkersville, 1990
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Dan Gerjets-South Carroll (2004-2006)
Gerjets, a South Carroll lefty, ranks second on the all-time MVAL leader board for ERA over a career with 0.89 and sits at the top of the single- season leader board with a 0.42 ERA during the 2005 season.

Lowest ERA, Career (min 60 career innings pitched)
1. 0.85, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2004-2007
2. 0.89, Dan Gerjets-South Carroll, 2004-2006
3. 1.11, Brandon Taylor-Westminster, 2009-2011
4. 1.15, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003-2004
5. 1.29, Calvin Turner-Westminster, 2009-2010
6. 1.30, Billy Gross-Frederick, 2004-2005
6. 1.41, Alex Kennedy-Catoctin, 2011-2013
8. 1.46 Bill Auch-Walkersville, 1999-2001
9. 1.74, Andrew Massey-Liberty, 2010-2012
10. 1.75, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2004-2006
11. 1.79, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2006-2009
12. 1.80, Cam Shifler-Boonsboro, 2005-2006
13. 1.82, Matt Anuszewski-Liberty, 2004-2005
14. 1.89, Wes Gross-Frederick, 2005-2006
15. 1.94, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2001-2004
15. 1.94, Seth Shubert-Catoctin, 2011-2013
17. 2.04, Tim Leather-South Hagerstown, 2007-2008
18. 2.05, Aaron Main-Brunswick, 2004-2006
19. 2.16, C.J. Bliffin-Urbana, 2004-2005
20. 2.28, Joey Hart-Walkersville, 1994-1996
21. 2.32, Steven Smith-Urbana, 2004-2005
21. 2.32, Dani Ashbaugh-Linganore, 2006-2009
23. 2.38, Jay Greene-Linganore, 2004-2006


Lowest ERA, Season (min 30 innings pitched)
1. 0.42, Dan Gerjets-South Carroll, 2005 (Jr.)
2. 0.49, Alex Kennedy-Catoctin, 2013 (Sr.)
3. 0.50, Frank Zier-Thomas Johnson, 2008 (Sr.)
4. 0.51, Branden Kline-Thomas Johnson, 2009 (Sr.)
5. 0.56, Garrett Harrison-South Carroll, 2007 (Sr.)
6. 0.58, Chad Diehl-Westminster, 2010 (Jr.)
7. 0.64, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2007 (Sr.)
8. 0.67, T.J. Hose-North Hagerstown, 2004 (Sr.)
8. 0.67, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2005 (Soph.)
10. 0.73, Ty Main-Middletown, 2007 (Sr.)
11. 0.82, Robbie Mathias-Liberty, 2005 (Jr.)
12. 0.83, Russ Windsor-Walkersville, 1992
13. 0.85, Cam Shifler-Boonsboro, 2006 (Sr.)
13. 0.90, Kevin Goode-Brunswick, 2001 (Sr.)
15. 0.91, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2004 (Sr.)
15. 0.91, Zach Davies-Linganore, 2011 (Sr.)
17. 0.99, Matt Ansuzewski-Liberty, 2005 (Sr.)
18. 1.00, Josh Conway-Smithsburg, 2009 (Sr.)
18. 1.00, Andrew Massey-Liberty, 2010 (Soph.)
18. 1.00, Eric Deitz-Westminster, 2011 (Jr.)
21. 1.02, Aerick Taylor-Williamsport, 2005 (Jr.)
22. 1.09, Aaron Main-Brunswick, 2005 (Sr.)
22. 1.09, Brandon Taylor-Westminster, 2011 (Sr.)
24. 1.10, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2008 (Jr.)
24. 1.10, Justin Albright-Catoctin, 2009 (Sr.)
24. 1.10, Josh Kehr-Clear Spring, 2009 (Sr.)
27. 1.12, Dan Gerjets-South Carroll, 2006 (Sr.)
27. 1.12, Dani Ashbaugh-Linganore, 2009 (Sr.)
29. 1.13, Calvin Turner-Westminster, 2009 (Jr.)
30. 1.14, Billy Gross-Frederick, 2005 (Sr.)
31. 1.16, Brandon Taylor-Westminster, 2010
31. 1.16, Todd Tackett-South Carroll, 2012
33. 1.18, Jason Ricketts-Brunswick, 1993
33. 1.18, Jason Rummel-Walkersville, 1994
33. 1.18, Jim Young-Liberty, 2010
36. 1.20, Jay Shafer-Smithsburg, 2009 (Sr.)
37. 1.24, Bill Auch-Walkersville, 2001 (Sr.)
38. 1.32, Brett Harman-Westminster, 2006 (Jr.)
39. 1.35, Kenny Feigley-South Hagerstown, 2007 (Sr.)
39. 1.35, Andrew Massey-Liberty, 2012 (Sr.)
41. 1.36, Jason Kelly-South Hagerstown, 1996 (Sr.)
42. 1.38, Nick Adenhart-Williamsport, 2003 (Jr.)
43. 1.44, Nathan Miss-Middletown, 2007 (Sr.)
43. 1.44, Ryan Derr-Brunswick, 2008 (Jr.)
45. 1.45, Calvin Turner-Westminster, 2010 (Sr.)
45. 1.45, Trevor Houck-Westminster, 2012
47. 1.47, Travis Phelps-Thomas Johnson, 2012 (Sr.)
48. 1.48, Spencer Cooper-Brunswick, 2011 (Sr.)
49. 1.52, Wes Gross-Frederick, 2006 (Sr.)
49. 1.52, Logan Beckner-Middletown, 2012 (Sr.)
51. 1.53, Tyler Chavis-Century, 2009 (Sr.)
52. 1.58, Pat Blake-Walkersville, 2003

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