The Genesee Community College baseball team inked Parker Cole as its newest signee, as the Bolivar-Richburg High School Wolverine comes to the Cougars with impressive credentials.
Cole led Bolivar-Richburg to a Section V Class D title by throwing a no-hitter and earning his school its third sectional title in the last five years.
Although that may have been the senior's most impressive game on the season, voters found Cole's season as equally impressive as he was awarded the Allegany County Division-I Most Valuable Player Award.
Cole averaged two strikeouts per inning in amassing a 108 total – that was the most of any in the Allegany County division. For those that weren't struck out, Cole gave up a hit about every four innings on the average with just 16 total on the season. His earned-run-average finished at 1.55.
Cole also helped his team offensively with a .495 on-base percentage that included 29 hits, 29 runs and 21 RBI with a batting average near .400.
Wellsville Daily Reporter Chris Brooks, who has photo credit for any images attached, released a full-page story with details on Cole's path to GCC that can be found at this link: https://bit.ly/2m1Crbn