Tuesday, September 16, 2008

APB, Where are they now?

A big thank you goes out to the readers, who have helped answer the last two All Points Bulletins for West Greene's Rodney Wilson and Canon-McMillan's Jared Freeman.

Let's try to make it three straight.

The Varsity Letters issues this week's All Points Bulletin for former Waynesburg High School standout Lee Fritz.

During his playing days at Waynesburg High (1998-2001), Fritz did it all. He quarterbacked the Raiders to the 1999 WPIAL Class AA championship, in addition an appearance in the 2000 title game. He also was a key player on a Waynesburg baseball team which reached the state championship game in 1999 and the WPIAL championship game in 2000.

Fritz originally went to WVU to play football but eventually landed on the baseball team. His junior year, Fritz led the Big East Conference in batting.

The Varsity Letters still believes Fritz is one of the top 10 multi-sport athletes of the past 10 years from the two-county area.

Anyone with information regarding Fritz is urged to contact the Varsity Letters.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mike, who are the top 10 multi-sport athletes of the past 10 years from the two-county area?

Steve bucci said...

the #1 multi sport athlete is Charles Murphy. No doubt about it. Elite basketball and baseball player. Resurrected the CM basketball program and did the same for baseball.

mike_kovak said...

Good question anon. I'll think about it and get back to you later.

I will say number one, without any shadow of a doubt, is Peters Township's Jim Gallagher.

So that's who will top the list. Lee Fritz will be on there, and I'll have to think about the other eight.

Anonymous said...

Brendan Steele
Eric Lang
Mike Hull