Connecticut – Jackson Pentz

POWER SHOWCASE INAUGURAL FUTURE STARS 

CONNECTICUT REPRESENTATIVE

JACKSON PENTZ

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POWER SHOWCASE RESULTS

METAL BAT

4 HRs

Longest Distance: 288′

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CT - JACKSON PENTZ

JACKSON PENTZ

5’5 / 125

RHP / SS

R/R

AGE: 13

PLAYING IN:

FUTURE STARS

As the coach for the TCB 12u Americans, I can say, Jackson played an important role on our team. On defense Jackson played shortstop when he was not pitching. As a shortstop, he played outstanding defense and helped direct defensive situations as well as playing flawless defense. When he was not playing shortstop, Jackson took the mound and dominated every pitching outing with an outstanding fastball and curveball. He average a 12:1 strikeout to walk ratio throughout the year. His overall mound presence is the best I have ever seen from anyone his age. Offensively Jackson batted third in a powerful offensive lineup. Along with a .403 batting average, Jackson struck out 5 times in 77 at bats. With his maturity, presence, talent and instincts, Jackson was the team’s most valuable player. This is more impressive based on the amount of advanced players that TCB had on its 12u American roster.  – Jeff Johnson Head Coach 12u TCB Americans 
ATHLETIC INFORMATION
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Showcase State: CT

Primary Pos: RHP


Secondary Pos: SS

Bat: Right

Throw: Right

Arm Velocity (MPH): 70 – 78

BTA: .403

Home Runs Hit (Spring): 3

Run Time (60): 8.47

  SCHOOL INFORMATION
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Grade:  8

Suffield Middle School

Suffield CT

T.T. Coach: Jeff Johnson

Travel League Team:
12U TEAM CONNECTICUT BLAZE – AMERICANS

  TEAM ATHLETIC AWARDS/HONORS
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  • 2013 Triple Crown Tournament Champions
  • 2013 War at the Shore Tournament Champions
  • 2013 John L. Sullivan League Tournament Champions – Van Horn Venom
CONTACT INFORMATION

Christopher & Amy Pentz

CT JACKSON PENTZ WITH  ETHAN FLOQUET Jackson has partnered with Ethan Floquet for Home Runs that Help.
Ethan Floquet, Jackson’s cousin, is an autistic child whose parents were founding members of Whole Children in Amherst, MA. Whole Children opened its doors in October 2004, spearheaded by parents of children with a variety of special needs eager to expand the after-school educational and recreational opportunities for their children.  Their mission has been to create classes and programs that teach their children the skills they need to be meaningfully included at school and in their community. The center offers a wide range of after-school, weekend and vacation enrichment programs for children of all ages and needs. Classes include theater, gymnastics, art, martial arts, dance, music, social skills, yoga, guided recess games and chorus. Their ethos is, “Given the opportunity, all children can far surpass expectations, and the more doors that are open to them the more they may discover the worlds that await their success.”