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May 7, 2014

NEKY High School Baseball/Softball Statistical Leaders



Batting Average

Player (School)    H    AB    Avg.

Jordan Young (J. Central)    35    81    .432

Sammy Holder (Lewis Co.)    21    49    .429

Heath Hensley (Russell)    27    66    .409

Gabe Burchell (Paintsville)    35    86    .407

Jordan Davis (Lewis Co.)    25    62    .403

Taylor Miller (Paintsville)    31    77    .403

Kyle Moore (Raceland)    26    66    .394

Jesse James (E. Carter)    35    89    .393

Kash Daniel (Paintsville)    27    70    .386

Andrew Sharp (E. Carter)    27    70    .386

Home Runs

Player (School)    HR

Chandler Adams (E. Carter)    5

Kash Daniel (Paintsville)    3

Alec Risner (Raceland)    3

Lane Daniels (Paintsville)    1

Austin Floyd (E. Carter)    1

Jesse James (E. Carter)    1

Tommy McCormick (Paintsville)    1

Kyle Moore (Raceland)    1

Bo Robbins (J. Central)    1

Runs Batted In

Player (School)    RBI

Taylor Miller (Paintsville)    33

Austin Wells (E. Carter)    31

Chandler Adams (E. Carter)    30

Jordan Young (J. Central)    27

Nathaniel Davidson (Raceland)    26

Juwan Mayse (J. Central)    23

Alec Risner (Raceland)    23

Gabe Burchell (Paintsville)    22

Kash Daniel (Paintsville)    21

Daulton Mason (Lewis Co.)    21

Chaynse Hill (J. Central)    19

Jordan Doyle (Lewis Co.)    17

Tyler Morris (Raceland)    17

Stolen Bases

Player (School)    SB

Zach Slone (J. Central)    36

Kyle Moore (Raceland)    20

Jordan Young (J. Central)    17

Jordan Davis (Lewis Co.)    15

Zack Cathley (E. Carter)    14

Heath Hensley (Russell)    13

Trey Mills (Raceland)    13

Wade Adams (Lewis Co.)    12

Geordan Blanton (J. Central)    12

Nathaniel Davidson (Raceland)    12

Brady Harris (Raceland)    12

Sammy Holder (Lewis Co.)    12



Player (School)    W-L

Taylor Miller (Paintsville)    6-1

Tate Meade (J. Central)    5-0

Tyler Morris (Raceland)    5-2

Andrew Rice (Paintsville)    5-2

Isaac Weddington (Lewis Co.)    5-2

Jordan Walburn (E. Carter)    5-3

Austin Floyd (E. Carter)    4-1

Sammy Holder (Lewis Co.)    4-1

Brady Harris (Raceland)    3-1

Alec Risner (Raceland)    3-1

Earned Run Average (min. 20 innings)

Player (School)    IP    ERA

Josh Hitchcock (J. Central)    24.1    0.00

Tate Meade (J. Central)    31.1    1.12

Sammy Holder (Lewis Co.)    39.2    1.24

Tyler Morris (Raceland)    48    1.60

Kent Phelps (Paintsville)    29.1    1.67

Spencer Taylor (Paintsville)    35.1    1.98

Seth Ratliff (J. Central)    20.2    2.03

Taylor Miller (Paintsville)    34    2.06

Nathaniel Davidson (Raceland)    33    2.12

Jordan Walburn (E. Carter)    42    2.16

Kash Daniel (Paintsville)    30.1    2.31

Chandler Adams (E. Carter)    33    2.33


Player (School)    SO

Jordan Walburn (E. Carter)    68

Tyler Morris (Raceland)    57

Sammy Holder (Lewis Co.)    56

Alex Jones (Russell)    54

Kent Phelps (Paintsville)    44

Kash Daniel (Paintsville)    42

Chandler Adams (E. Carter)    41

Seth Blanton (J. Central)    41

Jordan Davis (Lewis Co.)    39

Andrew Rice (Paintsville)    38

Taylor Miller (Paintsville)    38

Josh Hitchcock (J. Central)    29

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