Creekview Boys Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 3 - 5
  • Conference Record: 2 - 1

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Creekview Baseball Senior Spotlight- #47 John Zarzycki

John has played in the Creekview Baseball program for 4 Years.  He is the son of John and Kristen Zarzycki.  John has plans to continue his education after high school attending Flagler College and playing baseball.  He will be majoring in Finance.  John has made many memories throughout the years and states that “Sweeping Sequoyah his Junior Season and beating them

Creekview Baseball Senior Spotlight- #33 Josh Wood

Josh has played in the Creekview Baseball program for 4 Years.  He is the son of Steven and Angela Wood.  Josh has plans to continue his education after high school.  He is exploring opportunities to continue his playing career in college and is undecided on a school as of now. He will be majoring in Journalism or

Creekview Baseball Senior Spotlight- #22 Mason Toole

Mason has played in the Creekview Baseball program for 3 Years.  He is the son of Donna Toole.  Mason has plans to continue his education after high school attending Kennesaw State University or Young Harris. He is majoring in Sports Management.  He would like to continue his playing career in college if given the opportunity and would be a

Creekview Baseball Senior Spotlight- #32 Jackson Partain

Jackson has played in the Creekview Baseball program for 1 Year.  He is the son of Cretia Evans and grandson to (Papa & Nana) Barry and Nancy Pike.  Jackson has plans to continue his education after high school attending Chattahoochee Technical College and then transferring to KSU Georgia. He plans to major in Human Development and Personal Fitness. 

Creekview Baseball Senior Spotlight- #30 Luke Motter

Luke has played in the Creekview Baseball program for 4 Years.  He is the son of Ken and Dawn Motter.  Luke has plans to continue his education after high school attending Kennesaw State University, where he will major in Construction Management.  Luke would love to continue his playing career into college and will explore those options after he