Logan McQuerry ended his career at George Rogers Clark High¿School as the school’s all-time hits leader and No. 2 in the state.
The former George Rogers Clark standout honored for his achievements Monday. The recent Clark graduate was named honorable mention all-state Tuesday by the Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association. He also was named a member of the East All-Stars, which will play a doubleheader against the West squad and the Junior All-Stars at 4 and 7 today at the University of Kentucky.
During the regular-season, McQuerry batted .442 and led the team in hits with 42 and drove in 27 runs. McQuerry connected on 29 singles, smacked 12 doubles and had a home run. During Clark’s four games in the postseason, McQuerry batted .400, had three hits — a single, double and a triple — and collected five RBIs.
Also a pitcher, McQuerry went 3-1 in the team’s 30 games during the regular season. He struckout 18 batters, walked 11 and had a 1.82 earned run average. In the district and regional tournaments, he went 1-0, fanned four batters, scattered two hits and issued a pair of walks.
Bryan Station standout Ryne Combs was named Mr. Baseball, while Woodford County’s Jeff Parrett was named Coach of the Year by the association.
Bourbon County’s Chase Mullins joined Combs on the first-team.
Football: East-West all-star game Friday
Former George Rogers Clark kicker Tyler Creteau will represent the Cardinals in the East-West All-Star game set for 7:30 p.m. Friday night at Morehead State University.
Creteau will be on the East team, which features players from Bath County, Bracken County, Fleming County, Lewis County, Mason County, Montgomery County, Rowan County, Ashland Blazer, Paintsville, Johnson Central, Fairview, Greenup County, Lawrence County, Boyd County, Russell, Raceland, East Carter and Sheldon Clark.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the gate at 5:30.
McQuerry named honorable mention all-state
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