South Carolina – Kipp Rollings

 8th Annual POWER SHOWCASE HOME RUN DERBY 

SOUTH CAROLINA REPRESENTATIVE

SC - KIPP ROLLINGS

SC - KIPP ROLLINGS

KIPP ROLLINGS

SS / 2B

6′ / 155

DOB: 9/13/1996 

Playing In:

UNDERCLASSMEN

BABE RUTH CLASSIC – NATIONAL

 

SC - KIPP ROLLINGS Showcase State: SC

Primary Position: SS

Secondary Position: 2B


Bat: Right

Throw: Right

Arm Velocity (MPH): 84

Batting Average (Summer): .262

Home Runs Hit (Spring): 6

Run (60): 7.1

SC - KIPP ROLLINGS CLASS OF 2015


Andrew Jackson  High School

Kershaw, SC

GPA: x

 

 

H.S. Coach: Jason Terry

803-609-3150

baseballwinthrop@yahoo.com

 

S.L. Coach: Jason Terry

803-609-3150

baseballwinthrop@yahoo.com

SBA CANES

SC - KIPP ROLLINGS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS/HONORS

  • Tied for most wins in Ozone State Tournament
  • Playe in the 8th Annual Battle of the Border

 

 

TEAM AWARDS/HONORS

  • 2012 Region Champions

 

 

 

CONTACT INFO

 

 

Scott & Hope Rollings

 

3656 Tripper Drive

 

Kershaw SC 29067

 

Hope: 803-320-7043

 

hope.rollings@lcsdmail.net

 

Scott: 803-320-8608

 

rollings.sl@pg.com

 

 SC - KIPP ROLLINGS
SC KIPP ROLLINGS WITH TALF WRENN Kipp has partnered with Talf Wrenn for Home Runs that Help.
Talf Wrenn knew early in his life that he enjoyed sports.  At the age of three, when he was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a rapidly progressive form of muscular dystrophy, he did not let that change his passion.  This diagnosis never discouraged Talf from participating in the organized sports that he loved.  He played one year of T-ball and two years of coach-pitch baseball.  Today when Talf recalls his most memorable moment in playing baseball, he says that it was when he was playing coach-pitch baseball.  He hit a ball and it went deep into centerfield.  He was able to run around the diamond and score on an ‘inside the park’ homerun. Everyone in the stands was elated and celebrated with him for scoring this run. He says that he still has the ball from that game. 

Due to his DMD, in the sixth grade, Talf started using a wheelchair so that he could be more mobile.  Even though he was no longer able to play on organized sports teams, he still remained involved with the schools athletics.  During middle school, Talf was the manager for the football team at Andrew Jackson Middle School and also for the basketball team at First Baptist Church of Kershaw (his church).  He was always on the sidelines watching the games, keeping stats, and encouraging his fellow classmates and friends during the games.  As a high school student, he became the manager of the Andrew Jackson High School baseball team while he moved up to manage the high school’s football team as well.  He also continued to manage his church’s basketball team.  Now, as a freshman in college, he can still be found on the Andrew Jackson football field at every Friday night game.

When Talf is not helping with sports teams, he enjoys being an avid fan.  He has always been a diehard Clemson football supporter and attends as many games as he can.  He enjoys professional football as well. Over the years, he has developed a personal relationship with Jake Delhomme.  As the starting quarterback for the Carolina Panthers, Delhomme paired up with Talf on a MDA muscle team in Charlotte, NC.  They became fast friends.  Talf has visited Fenway Park to see David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia play baseball.  Talf has not let DMD slow down his love for sports.  He is a dedicated fan of many games and is still an ever present figure at Andrew Jackson High School athletic events.