The St. John's-bound Brennan hit .467 with 25 runs
scored and 19 extra-base hits last year as Suffern
advanced to the Class AA championship against
Mamaroneck. He was MVP of League I-B.
The state's best player, the Duke-bound Stroman
can beat you with his glove, arm or bat. Last year,
he hit .400 while scoring 28 runs and stealing 30
bases. On the mound, he went 8-1 with a 1.85 ERA.
Hajjar led the Clippers to a CHSAA city title by throwing
a complete game and adding four RBIs in a 7-1 win
over Moore Catholic last year. On the season, he went
8-0 with a 1.65 ERA while hitting .389.
Parra's postseason last year is the stuff of legends.
He threw back-to-back no-hitters in the playoffs,
guiding Gompers to the PSAL semifinals. He was a
Daily News first team All-City pick.
AN AREA COACH ON KYLE HANSEN:
"Kyle is just a guy who's blessed with a lot of
physical tools. He's tall, lanky and throws hard.
He's going to have an opportunity to pitch further
than most high school kids."