Gatorade state Player of the Year will play at Boston College after going 9-0 record with an 0.30 ERA on the mound while batting .469 with 18 RBI at the plate.
Selected in MLB draft, Zammarelli batted just below .500 and was on base 70 percent of the time and also scored 25 runs in 20 games.
East Greenwich, senior
Two-way star batted .483 with three home runs, 21 RBI and 24 runs scored and also went 6-2 with a 0.97 ERA on the mound.
North Kingstown, junior
One of the top pitchers in the state, he went 9-2 with a 0.72 ERA and finished with six complete game shutouts.
North Kingstown, senior
Top hitter on one of the best teams in the state, he batted .471 and was on base 56 percent of the time and had 21 RBI and 28 runs scored.
After a slow start, he came on strong at the end of the season to build a .456 on base percentage with 16 runs scored and 13 stolen bases.
Led team to one of the best seasons in program history, batting .342 with an on-base percentage over .400 and also drove in 27 runs and scored 22.
Wasn’t given much to hit because of his reputation as a slugger, but still managed a .325 average and over .400 on base percentage with 28 runs and 16 RBI.
Led team to D-I, Region 4 title batting .451 with a .545 on base percentage and 18 RBI.
East Providence, senior
Batted over .500 with more than 35 RBI and 30 runs, helping lead team to Region 1 tournament.
Almost impossible to stop at the plate or on the mound, he batted .493 with 34 runs and 34 RBI and also went 10-1 with a 1.56 ERA.
Anthony Garro, sr., Westerly; Alex Tefft, jr., Charilo; Keith Grant, sr., East Providence; Ryan Lynch, jr., La Salle; Zach McKenna, sr., Narragansett; Nick Hayes, sr., South Kingstown; Evan Cabral, sr., Scituate; John Toppa, so., Hendricken; Rob Henry, sr., Henricken.