Sycamore baseball - Ivey

J.J. Ivey was named Sycamore’s pitcher of the year and also received the team’s War Eagle Award.

PLEASANT VIEW – After a season that saw first-year coach Matt Carrigan lead the Sycamore baseball team to a sectional playoff game, the team had its annual awards banquet.

Vanderbilt signee Blaine McIntosh, who was drafted in the 13th round by the New York Mets, came away with team MVP honors after a season that saw him obliterate the school stolen base record and have a .431 batting average.

J.J. Ivey was named team pitcher of the year and also received the War Eagle Award, given to the player whom the other players believe exemplifies what it means to be a Sycamore baseball player.

The Gold Glove award went to shortstop Dawson Yoes, and Noah Jolley won the Silver Slugger award. Austin Williams was named the junior varsity player of the year and John Hale won the rookie of the year award.

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