Pennsylvania – Adam Maring

8th Annual POWER SHOWCASE FUTURE STARS 

PENNSYLVANIA REPRESENTATIVE


PA ADAM MARING

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POWER SHOWCASE RESULTS

METAL BAT

11 HRs

4 Consecutive

Longest Distance: 309′

 PA - ADAM MARING
PA - ADAM MARING

ADAM MARING

5’4 / 110

CF/2B

R/R

AGE: 13

Playing in:

FUTURE STARS

Adam Maring is an extremely versatile athlete. His skill set is best utilized by playing either of numerous positions. As a center fielder, Adam has few equals at the 13U level. His foot speed and arm strength make Adam a very attractive center fielder. Adam possesses a 73+ mile per hour arm and foot speed that earned him a top 4 finish at Cooperstown’s road runner competition. But, centerfield might not be Adam’s best position. Adam is also an extremely gifted middle infielder. His glove skills allow for an extremely smooth transition when turning a double play or simply for redirecting the baseball in a very efficient manner. Adam also has exceptional feet, a prerequisite for middle infield play. Whether he’s attacking a slow roller or giving ground on a line drive, Adam has demonstrated time and time again his feet prevent him from getting the bad hop that so often preys upon middle infielders. As an offensive player, Adam Maring hit in the 3 hole for an extremely talented GoWags RiverCats team. The RiverCats are a top travel team based out of Camp Hill, Pa. Adam led the team in many offensive categories helping the ‘Cats to 9 tournament championships and a runner-up finish at the prestigious Dreams Park in Cooperstown, NY. Adam hit over 20 home runs in less than 50 games at the 12U level. Having said all of that, Adam Maring is a better teammate than he is a player. He is an extraordinary leader whom all his teammates love and respect. Kyle Wagner Head Coach of the GoWags RiverCats
ATHLETIC INFORMATION
PA - ADAM MARING Showcase State: PA

Primary Pos: CF 

Secondary Pos2B

Bat: Right

Throw: Right

Arm Velocity (MPH): 73

BTA: .545

Home Runs Hit (Spring): 23 Rivercats
9 Little League
9 Cooperstown NCYAA All-Stars

 

  SCHOOL INFORMATION
PA - ADAM MARING

Grade: 7

Shippensburg Area Middle School

Shippensburg PA

 

T.T. Coach: Kyle Wagner

GOWAGS RIVERCATS

717-887-7280

kywagner@wssd.k12.pa.us

L.L. Coach: Chris Rockwell

717-267-7778

crockwell@kuhncom.net

 

 INDIVIDUAL ATHLETIC AWARDS/HONORS TEAM ATHLETIC AWARDS/HONORS
  • 4th Place 2013 Road Runner Competition “Cooperstown Classic” NCYAA All Stars
  • MVP 2012 GoWags River Cats “Highlight Reel” Championship
  • MVP 2012 GoWags River Cats “Ripken Break out the Lumber” Championship
  • Presidential Physical Fitness Award
  • High Honor Roll Student
  • 2013 NCYAA All-Stars “Cooperstown Classic” Champions
  • 2013 GoWags RiverCats 9 Time Champions
    Ripken (Aberdeen MD) “Leadoff”
    Olney, MD “Mutiny at the Park”
    Richmond, VA “Capital City Invitational”
    Hershey, PA “Big 26 Rising Stars Kick Off”
    Rehobeth Beach, DE “Prudential Gallo Bronx Cheer”
    Ripken (Aberdeen MD) “Tournament of Champions”
    Wheeling, WV “Beast of the East”
    Hershey, PA Future Stars “Kickoff Classic”
    Grand Slam America, PA “Halloween Scare Fest”
CONTACT INFORMATION
Bill & Lisa Maring PA - ADAM MARING
 PA ADAM MARING Adam has partnered with Daisy Owings for Home Runs that Help

Adam Maring from Shippensburg Pennsylvania is inspired to Hit Home Runs for Daisy Owings, a 5 1/2 year old little girl who suffered a stroke before she was born. The resulting brain damage left her with debilitating medical conditions including Cerebral Palsy, right-sided hemi paresis or weakness, and global developmental delays. This means she has delays in areas of physical, mental/cognitive and speech development, etc. Daisy also has sleeping and feeding difficulties, Gastro-Intestinal issues, intractable seizures/epilepsy, orthopedic issues, and a diagnosis of PDD/NOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder/Not Otherwise Specified) on the Autism Spectrum.In December 2012, an EEG showed that Daisy was suffering from 250-300 seizures a DAY. On February 14, 2013, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, Daisy underwent a radical brain surgery called a hemispherectomy, which involved removing the entire left hemisphere of her brain. This was the area of the brain damaged by the stroke and triggering the seizures. Daisy is in therapy 4-5 days a week to try to regain strength, range of motion, and use of her right arm. She is able to walk, albeit awkwardly, which is a miracle, because when she was diagnosed at 9 months old, her doctors said she would never walk and she would have very limited functioning.The Raising Daisy Foundation was created to help with the costs of medical care—whether it be therapy, medical co-pays and cost-shares, medical and therapeutic equipment, supports and services in both the school and at home, etc.,—basically anything that Daisy needs medically, therapeutically, and developmentally to be healthier, to grow stronger, and to gain as much independence as possible. Despite Daisy’s health conditions, she is an amazingly loving, happy, silly, smart, sweet and very brave little girl. She is a walking miracle and an inspiration to everyone around her. Daisy helped on The Children’s Miracle Network as a telethon guest on June 2, 2013. People who do not even know her, but have read her story, find encouragement, strength, and a renewal in faith.To raise funds for Daisy, community events were hosted by Hoss’s Restaurants and SweetFrog-Carlisle and Adam reached-out through email and social media to bring awareness of The Raising Daisy Foundation and the opportunity to donate directly.

“It is an honor to be participating in the 8th Annual Power Showercase, Future Stars, Home Run Derby, and to be given the opportunity by the Home Runs That Help program to pay it forward for Daisy. Daisy’s spirited determination, to not be defeated by her disability, inspires me to be the best I can be. I want to give thanks for God’s blessings and I want to thank my family for their support and to my coaches for their dedication to my development and to the game of baseball, and to my teammates and friends on the GoWags RiverCats, the Shippensburg Little League Pirates, and the Shippensburg Spartans. I speak for Daisy, as well as myself, when saying thank you from the bottom of our hearts.” Adam #32