St. John’s College Baseball Finishes Historic Season
The St. John’s College high school baseball finished their season this past month with a win in the DCSAA Finals against Woodrow Wilson High School, winning a close game 1-0.
A week, earlier, SJC became the first high school baseball program to win the WCAC for six consecutive seasons. They defeated DeMatha High School, winning the best of three series, two games to none. They had a 10-0 victory in the first game and followed it up with a 9-1 victory the next evening.
Overall, the team finished with a record of 30-3, becoming the first team in SJC history to win 30 games. Below is a picture of the team celebrating after their WCAC victory, including CIMT’s Scott Juzwak, who just completed his first season with the team as their physical therapist. Congratulations on a great season!