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Cam Coutcher

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Maumee High School

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Maumee High School

400 Conant Street

Maumee, Ohio,43537

United States

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The website for First Presbyterian Church of Maumee, Ohio. First Presbyterian Church of Maumee welcomes you into our midst, whether you are spiritually-seeking or a life-long Christian. At FPC Maumee, you will be loved, supported, challenged and encouraged to ...more

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Baseball Coach Maumee High School


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The Mirror Newspapers - Page 4 - Reflecting Life Along The Maumee River

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"Justin is just very consistent and throws a lot of strikes," said Maumee coach Cam Coutcher.


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Maumee baseball coach Cam Coutcher says junior Steve Duby is the ace of his pitching staff.
"If you look at our four losses," Coutcher said, "against St. Francis we walked six, hit one and made seven errors; against Lake we had seven walks, a couple hit-by-pitches and three errors in one inning; and in the Southview game we had eight walks, four hit-by-pitches and five errors." What will help is that senior Billy Laranga should be cleared to pitch next week, Coutcher said, which will add depth to the staff. "It will help us tremendously because then I can move (junior) Allen Brown back into the role of the reliever," Coutcher said. "If they are not going to pitch until the next Wednesday anyhow, I'm going to squeeze as much out of them as I can," Coutcher said. "These kids' arms are in great shape. We've had, in our offseason, a throwing program that is really top notch." Coutcher said it could have been considered good fortune for the Maumee staff that a doubleheader scheduled with Start on Saturday was cancelled due to rain. No make-up date has been announced yet. "We were going to have to really scrape around for some pitching," Coutcher said. Justin never throws like that," Coutcher said.


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"Billy really came into his own (last) season," said Maumee baseball coach Cameron Coutcher.
"He's been going back and forth with a lot of schools," Coutcher said. Laranga and Rombkowski have already signed, while Coutcher said Blair's signing with Trine is approaching. "Steve wasn't a full-time varsity player, but he came up and was a huge part of our nine NLL victories, winning three," Coutcher said. Coutcher says he is considering transferring to Tiffin University, where he'll play NCAA D-II college baseball for Lonnie Allen next year.


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Maumee coach Cam Coutcher thought his team might have suffered an emotional letdown after losing a Division II district semifinal game against Bryan the previous Friday night.
The first of the two losses against the Sylvania teams eliminated Maumee from any chance of sharing the Northern Lakes League championship with Perrysburg. Coutcher believed the emotional roller coaster continued to snowball from there.


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"There was a lot of action and some distractions, but we kept playing and I'm proud of my kids," said veteran Maumee coach Cam Coutcher.
"That was huge, a great at-bat," Coutcher said of Cousino's eighth-inning plate appearance. "We battled," Coutcher said. "Both of those guys had great plate discipline, taking what they were given, and made good contact," Coutcher said.


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