The Episcopal Knights return a ton of talent from a year ago when the season was cut short. The Knights boast seven Southwest Preparatory Conference titles, the last being in 2018. Episcopal was in the SPC title game when we last played playoff baseball in 2019. So, who's coming back?
The Knights have some nice arms with Gunnar Brown (Cisco JC) and Tanner Fox, a pair of 6-foot-5 flame-throwers. Marco Gutierrez also lends an arm to the staff and can play in the infield.
Stephen Pena (UT-RGV) and Bennett Hanks roam the outfield, while James Taussig (Radford) is a utility-man starting behind the plate. Raffi Gross (Houston) will also play a big role on this year's team. Kinkaid, St. John's, and John Cooper will be the Knights' toughest competition.
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Shortstop Courtney Davis was on pace for a monster 2020 season ending with a .364 batting average and brings speed to the base paths. LeAnn Dromgoole is the ultimate utility player who pitches and can play any position on the field. She swings for the fences at the dish.
Rebecca Windle is an aggressive hitter who was hitting .346 when last year ended. Tinley Kane brings the wheels as any time she steps up to the plate a triple could be coming soon. Defensively she's also great in the outfield with that speed.
Reese Barrett will be the ace in the circle after leading the team in innings tossed in 2020. Watch out for her battery-mate Madelynn Glover behind the plate.