For his three-hit, three-RBI day, Scott Elliott of Franklin High School (Mass.) was voted the Super 25 Baseball Week 9 Top Star by fans.
Elliott hit a home run and drove in three to help catalyze a 15-0 throttling of Sharon High School (Mass.) on May 6.
He received 8,954, about 33% of the total vote.
FINAL TALLY: Week 9 Baseball Top Star
He edged out Craig (Janesville, Wis.) pitched Eric Hughes, who was within a percentage point of Elliott in the vote on Thursday night. Hughes’ no-hitter in a five-inning game on May 10 led the Cougars to a 10-0 win.
Hughes’ 7,319 votes totaled about 27% of the full vote.
Close behind in third place was Jay Woolfolk of Benedictine (Va.), who hit a triple and home run at the plate and struck out eight batters in three innings of relief work on May 6.
He accumulated 23.59% of the poll, which was 6,405 total votes.
Elliott, who won the vote, helped Franklin enter the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Region rankings in the latest edition.
Through 14 games, he hit .438 with four home runs and 15 RBI, according to MaxPreps.