The Orange County Register named its all-county baseball team today and two JSerra Catholic High School Lions topped the list – and Brett Kay was named Coach of the Year.
Slugger Austin Hedges was a first-team selection, and pitcher Joe Kurrasch was named to the second team.
“For a season (that) culminated a rapid rise with a young program in such a challenging league, Kay is the Register’s Orange County coach of the year in baseball,” wrote Register sports columnist Steve Fryer.
JSerra’s first Orange County Coach of the Year led The Lions to a 20-5 record and a No. 2 ranking heading into the playoffs. The Lions won the school’s first Trinity league baseball title and CIF playoff game before a second-round, 5-3 loss at Riverside Poly.
To read more about Kay, click here.
To read about Hedges, who hit .383 with 10 stolen bases, click here.
Congratulations to Coach Kay, Hedges, Kurrasch and the entire Lions baseball program on the most successful baseball season in JSerra history.