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Hamilton Baseball Ranks First in Baseball Dynasties Since 2009

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In an article from Maxpreps, they ranked the top baseball dynasties in the country since 2009 and Hamilton came on top. With consistently high national standings and three state titles, it is clear to see why these Huskies would be the best of the best.

Since 2009, Hamilton has always been listed among the top of the national rankings. They’ve been spotted in the top ten twice and the top 100 eight different times over the last decade. This also goes along with the top rankings in state every year.

Current player, Nick Hahn (12), contributes this success to a great team culture saying, “Hamilton has always had a good team. Every player that is here knows how to compete and get the win no matter what. That’s where we stand out in the country, no one matches the culture we have.”

Nick is right when it comes to a positive team culture. In professional sports, teams like the New England Patriots and the San Antonio Spurs are known for instilling an incredible culture that improves teamwork and makes the entire roster better. Those two teams have also had many years of success despite so many different rosters in place.

Having a dynasty means constant success that ends with championships. Hamilton checks that off as they have had significant success in the postseason every year. Even if it doesn’t end in a state title, there are still big wins and upsets that these Huskies have been accustomed to doing. The three state titles show how the baseball program is one of the most successful ones on campus, to go along with our well known football team.

Michael Brueser (11) says that the state championships aren’t won easily saying, “There is a lot of hard work that goes into being a state title team year after year. I’ve seen teams win and I believe it all comes back to the players on the roster and [Coach] Woods. Having tough players with a good coach leads to wins and Hamilton has had both for a long time.”

Thanks to all the players from the past and present and one of the best managers in the country, Hamilton has been and will continue to be a baseball powerhouse.

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