It only took Florida right-handed pitcher Logan Shore half of his freshman season to reach the total innings mark from his final prep season with Coon Rapids.
Riding the emotional high from a no-hitter in the Class AAA state opener, Coon Rapids (18-5) fell flat the next day dropping two games on the same Midway Stadium field to end what’s been a remarkable 2013 season.
Three days after pitching Coon Rapids to a section title and another state baseball tournament, Logan Shore received a call from Minnesota Twins scout Mark Wilson.
For the third time since 2008, the Coon Rapids High School baseball team won its section tournament.
Coon Rapids senior Logan Shore came within a bunt-single of his first no-hitter of the season as the top-seeded Cardinals blanked Maple Grove 5-0 in the Section 7AAA second round game played at Wintercrest Park in Coon Rapids, May 24.
Coon Rapids’ successful start to the 2013 season might have been delayed for the better part of a month, but the team is finding ways to win eight of its first nine games of the season. Logan Shore continued to hit the ball well going 3-for-4 with two doubles and drove in a pair of runs in a 6-2 win against Blaine at Paul Parkway May 11.
One of the state’s top baseball prospects, Coon Rapids senior Logan Shore, made his future college plans official to play baseball at the University of Florida during the NCAA’s early signing period Nov. 14.
Coon Rapids right-handed pitching sensation Logan Shore spent his summer on the diamonds – the team USA baseball diamonds, that is.
Coon Rapids Cardinals pitching ace Logan Shore showcases his baseball prowess on American Legion diamonds during the summer season. The right-handed pitcher and corner infielder July 1 made his pitch for a spot on the 18U USA national baseball team and made the 28-man cut in the trials.