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Dylan

Cummings

PENNSVILLE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL

Pennsville, NJ

CLASS: 2014

GENDER: MALE

height: 5'10" weight: 170

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Dylan Cummings

CLASS

'14

Dylan Cummings Stats

Athletic Stats

  • R
    Stance
  • R
    Throwing arm
Position(s) Out Field, Pitcher, Catcher
Fielding Season Career
Errors 1
Additional Info

This summer I am a member of the Delaware Diamonds 15U Travel Baseball Team. In January I attended a showcase camp at Stockton State College in New Jersey.
This summer (2012) I will participating in several tournaments. (see below)

June 2-3 Cal Ripken in Aberdeen Maryland
June 23-29 WWBA 15U Championship in East Cobb Georgia
July 6-8 Sports at the Beach in Georgetown, Delaware
July 22-27 Triple Crown 16U Nationals in Richmond, Virginia
August 3-5 Sports at the Beach in Georgetown, De.

Honors

Received a Varsity Letter as a Freshman at Pennsville Memorial High School.
Played centerfield and catcher. Pitched several games at the junior Varsity Level
Current season 2012. full time starting catcher.
2012-Named the starting catcher and caught every game including the Group 1 Semi-Final state Championship. Batted over .380 and had no errors. My catching coach is 10 year MLB player Chris Widger who won a World Series with the Chicago White Sox.

Teams & Coach Information

High School Coach:
Matt O'Brien
Club Coach:
Brian McAllister

Service

How I am involved in service in my community and why these efforts are important to me:

I enjoy working with the Midget Football Program and the younger baseball players in my community. I think its important to return to the program you came from and give back. By helping the younger athletes I feel like I'm helping the future of the high school football program.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. One example of how I have demonstrated leadership in both areas:

By making the right decisions in life. Academics are #1 and athletics are a close 2nd. My father is a Police Officer and I feel that if I lead by example my teammates will follow. When I go to the gym to workout I make it a point to work hard at everything I do knowing, that it will someday payoff.

How I pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete:

I want to continue to excel in sports and academics. Working out 5 days a week at the gym and keeping my grades up will allow me to make that next step to the collegiate level. I have learned to overcome all obstacles and stay focused.