DeLaite Is Maine Gatorade Player Of Year
Bangor High School's Trevor DeLaite has been named Maine's 2016 Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year.
The senior lefty pitcher is 5-1 with an ERA of 0.2 in 40 innings this spring. DeLaite has 65 strikeouts and walked just four.
As a hitter, DeLaite has a .373 batting average with 14 RBI.
Monday afternoon, DeLaite and the Rams lost to Edward Little HS 1-0. It was his first loss since his freshman year.
As a state Gatorade Player of the Year winner, DeLaite is now eligible for the National Gatorade POY Award.
He will attend UMaine in the fall.
Recent Gatorade state winners include...
2015 Zach Quintal (Marshwood HS)
2104 Ben Greenberg (Scarborough HS)
2013 Ben Greenberg (Scarborough HS)
2012 Luke Fernandes (Marshwood HS)
2011 Scott Heath (Westbrook HS)
2010 Matt Verrier (Oxford Hills HS)
2009 Chris Bernard (Scarborough HS)
2008 Kyle Stilphen (Gardiner HS)
2007 Jarrett Lukas (Old Town HS)