Freshman Tyler Schrampf Competes in National Baseball Tournament

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Freshman Tyler Schrampf Competes in National Baseball Tournament

Ethan McLaughlin, Writer

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Tyler Schrampf is a freshman baseball players at Pope John Paul II High School who pitches and plays outfield and first base. At school, he also participates in Model UN and strives to be a great student. Last month, Tyler had the chance to go down to Cary, North Carolina, and compete in the USA Baseball Tournament. 

Herald: How was the USA Baseball Tournament overall?

Tyler: It was a great experience playing with kids from all over the Southeast Region. This was my second year as part of the Southeast team, and each year I was able to face top competition from around the country.

Herald: How did your team do down there?

Tyler: We went undefeated and won the gold medal.

Herald: How do you feel that you did individually?

Tyler: I felt I played well and contributed to my team’s success.

Herald: How does your performance at this tournament help you make the national team next year?  

Tyler: They will invite 12 players from this tournament to go to the 15u National Team Trials.

Herald: What are you looking forward to about playing baseball at JPII?

Tyler: I look forward to playing for Coach Parker and helping the team have a successful season.

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