BMOC: Trenton Creppage

4-year letter-winner wants a District title


Emily Wagner

Trenton Creppage has been a standout on the baseball team since ninth grade, and now he’s on the doorstep of 100 hits.

Myranda Mamat

Trenton Creppage is this month’s Big Man on Campus.

This year Trenton has a total of 23 hits, 16 RBIs, and .411 batting average, and he’s quickly approaching hitting milestone of 100 career hits.

Having a career .397 batting average, 93 hits, and 74 RBIs, Trenton has had an amazing run in baseball at BA, and he wants more for the team.

“This year I want to win the District 6 championship,” said Trenton.

His favorite season was last year because they were one game away from the championship.

“My favorite part is that it’s such a challenging sport. There is so much more to it than just throwing and hitting a ball,” said Trenton.

Trenton has always had a love for baseball.

“My dad wanted me to try it when I was five, and after that I was hooked to baseball ever since,” he said.

He finishes up his season in early August and then lifts all fall and winter along with working on his hitting. He also plays football, where he was All-State this past season.

“Everything is hard you have to be able to pitch, catch, and know the game. It’s not just hitting and fielding,” said Trenton.

So far this year has gone good for the team according to Trenton.

“So far it’s going good. Even though we should be undefeated we are still playing as a team. But I wouldn’t change a thing in the world about it. I love these guys and it’s a pleasure to play with my team,” he said.

The advice he would give to other players is, “Work hard and in the end it will pay off for you.”