Rhinebeck (N.Y.) pitcher Kory Hutchins delivers second no-hitter

Rhinebeck (N.Y.) pitcher Kory Hutchins delivers second no-hitter


Rhinebeck (N.Y.) pitcher Kory Hutchins delivers second no-hitter


The baseball team at Rhinebeck, N.Y., has had to do more with less this season. Not only did the Hawks move up a class from C to B, but they began the season with a roster of only 10 varsity players. Senior right-hander Kory Hutchins is doing his best to ease that transition, allowing only five hits in his four starts this season.

On Monday, he threw his second no-hitter of the season in a 5-0 defeat of Millbrook, striking out 12 batters. He also went 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBI in the game.

"He was completely dominant," Rhinebeck coach Bill Carney told the Poughkeepsie Journal. "He had everything working and was hitting his spots."

In his previous no-hitter, Hutchins struck out 15 in a 7-0 defeat of Pine Plains on April 10. His performance leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the ALL-USA Performances:

VIDEO: Hutchins in action

Olivia Baker, track and field, Columbia, Maplewood, N.J.

Ran a 2:02 anchor leg on her team’s 4×800 relay win at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. Her team’s time of 8:45.37 is the second-fastest ever for a United States girls high school team.

Julia DiMartino, softball, Brockport, N.Y.

Junior right-hander followed up a no-hitter with an 18-strikeout perfect game in an 8-0 defeat of Athena (Rochester) on Thursday.

VIDEO: DiMartino led team to section title last season

Chase Doremus, baseball, Palm Valley, Rancho Mirage, Calif.

Senior retired all 18 batters he faced in a six-inning perfect game Friday, striking out 11 as his team defeated Bethel Christian (Riverside) 10-0. Doremus also went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI.

VIDEO: Highlights from Doremus’ junior season

Marisol Garcia, softball, Mesilla Valley Christian, Las Cruces, N.M.

Senior pitched both games of a 15-0, 24-4 doubleheader sweep of Hatch Valley (Hatch) on Thursday, including a perfect game in the first game, where she went 2-for-3 at the plate.

MORE: American Family Insurance ALL-USA Homepage

Andrew Hunter, track and field, Loudon Valley, Purcellville, Va.

Sophomore runner broke a 32-year-old Virginia high school record Friday by winning the 3,000-meter Championship of America at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, finishing in 8 minutes, 16.31.

Bailey Larsen, softball, University, Normal, Ill.

Sophomore infielder drove in nine runs with four homers in a 4-1 defeat of Washington and 15-4 defeat of Glenwood (Chatham) on Saturday.

MORE: Last week’s ALL-USA Performances

Kale Reynolds, golf, Maize, Kansas

Junior fired a 7-under-par 63 to win the Salina Invitational by 11 shots on Friday. His round helped Maize win the team title by 16 shots.

Katelyn Ryan, softball, Kennedy Catholic, Somers, N.Y.

Junior first baseman hit two grand slams and drove in 11 runs in a 20-1 defeat of Monsignor Scanlan (Bronx) on Friday.

Jordan Spicer, baseball, St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale

Senior right-hander threw a no-hitter to lead the Raiders to an 8-0 defeat of South Broward (Hollywood) in the Class 7A-15 District championship on Thursday. He allowed only three base runners to reach first and struck out seven with no walks.

VIDEO: Highlights from Spicer’s junior season


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