Hudson Valley Heat Baseball: Heat School Schedules

Hudson Valley Heat 2005 High School Baseball Schedule
To follow the Hudson Valley Heat players through their spring high school seasons, click on one of the following links for a schedule:


 Hendrick Hudson HS  

Lakeland HS

Putnam Valley HS

Walter Panas HS

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Check out the previews of some of the local High School Baseball programs (more will be added as we update the site)

Reprinted from the Journal News

Hendrick Hudson HS
Coach: Paul Natale (36th year)
2005 record: 9-14

Top veterans: Garrett Glashoff, Sr., SS/P; John Palmiotto, Sr., C; Kyle Peterson, Sr., CF/P; Tom Gilleo, Sr., P/OF; Derek Bernard, Sr., OF/C; Rich DePonto, Sr., 1B/3B; Ed Gauthier, Sr., P/OF; Mike McCaffrey, Sr., IF; Matt Troccoli, Jr., P/INF.

Key newcomers: None

Outlook: A large group of veteran players, including five-year starter Glashoff and four-year starter Palmiotto, are joined by seven juniors coming up from a junior varsity team that racked up a 15-3 record last season. The pitching rotation will go eight deep.

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Lakeland HS
Coaches: Dennis Robinson (35th year) and Mike Robinson (30th year)
2005 record: 19-5

Top veterans: Chris Cunihan, Sr., CF/P; Max Guglielmo, Sr., P; Michael Rudman Sr., P/1B; Matt Stec, Sr., C; Dan Murray, Sr. P; Joe Gelbman, Sr., 2B; Jim Kelm, Jr., P; Josh Joy, So., P.

Key newcomers: Brendan Hourihan, So., P; John O'Connell, Jr., OF; Craig Cotone, So., C.

Outlook: Lakeland graduated seven starters, six of whom are now playing on college teams. The Hornets should not be in dire straits without them, though, with some capable upperclassmen leadership and a crop of promising younger players. "We don't want to rebuild," Dennis Robinson said. "We reload. Our seniors are there, so now it's the younger guys' turn."

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Putnam Valley HS
Coach: Joe Natalie (2nd year)
2005 record: 6-13

Top veterans: Craig Cardwell, Sr., C; Josh Coppa, Jr., SS/P; Greg D'Annibale, Jr., P/OF/2B; Perry Geye, Sr., 3B/OF/P; Steve Kastuk, Jr., P/OF; Pete Noyer, Sr., OF; Pete Segreto, Sr., OF; Matt Treadwell, Sr., 2B.

Key newcomers: Larry Cobb, So., C/P/ 3B; Pat Considine, Sr., P/1B; Karl Lange, Jr., CF/P; Antonio Soto, So., 3B/P.

Outlook: Only one starter graduated, so the Tigers are hoping to improve with a deep, experienced pitching staff led by D'Annibale and Kastuk. Putnam Valley will need to play low-scoring games until its offense comes around.

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Walter Panas HS
Coach: Anthony Fata (9th year)
2005 record: 5-15

Top veterans: Mike Anderson, Sr., P; Jesse Connor, Sr., OF/P; Dave Cole, Sr., OF/P; Matt Ross, Sr., OF/P; Carlos Vasquez, Sr., 1B.

Key newcomers: Ryan Elsasser, Jr., C; Dan Berte, Jr., 2B; Mark Hannor, Jr., 3B; Darian Brown, So., LF; Rob Parish, Jr., P/OF.

Outlook: The Panthers are looking to get back into sectionals after missing the postseason for the first time in eight years. A lot should ride on the arm of Anderson, a four-year starter who stands 6-foot-4, throws 95 mph and should be drafted after this season. Anderson will play at East Carolina. Ross is a solid starter who was 2-1 with a 2.80 ERA last year.