Greenwich High

Numerous Greenwich athletes receive All-FCIAC Baseball accolades

Greenwich senior Miles Langhorne earned All-FCIAC and All-State honors for turning in a standout season for the Cardinals.

The Greenwich baseball team, which is playing Norwalk in today’s Class LL Tournament semifinals, is certainly well represented on the All-FCIAC Baseball Team.

Senior pitcher Miles Langhorne was selected as the 2021 FCIAC Player of the Year. Langhorne also earned All-FCIAC First Team accolades as a pitcher. The Vanderbilt University-bound Langhorne registered a pitching record of 4-0 with a 0.46 ERA this spring. In 30 innings pitched, he struck out 60 batters and had a WHIP of .767. Opponents batted just .113 against Langhorne this season.

Langhorne was also chosen as a member of the 2021 CHSCA All-State Baseball Class LL Baseball Team.

Jack Zola, a senior outfielder, was selected as an All-FCIAC First Team member. Zola, who has sparked the middle of the lineup all season for the Cardinals, is batting .462 with 21 RBIs so far this season. He has a .519 on-base percentage and has totaled 30 hits.

Pitchers Carson Bylciw and Nathan Jones each earned All-FCIAC West awards. Bylciw, a senior, and Jones, a sophomore have been reliable starting pitchers for the 19-4 Cardinals, who play Norwalk at 7 p.m., tonight in the Class LL semifinals. Senior first baseman Cage Lasley, who has produced numerous clutch hits, was an All-FCIAC West selection, as was junior third baseman Justin Zych and junior outfielder Ryan Perez, both of whom have ignited the Cardinals’ offensively and defensively.

Junior center fielder Tyler Cusimano and senior second baseman Auggie Bancroft received All-FCIAC Honorable Mention recognition for Greenwich, which is making its first appearance in the state semifinals since the 2004 season.

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