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WA Power 25 Team Preview - #9 North Creek

Philip Roe and Dylan Grenz
PBR Staff

As we get into the start of the 2024 HS baseball season, we will be previewing our Preseason Power 25 teams for Washington.

Stay locked in on Prep Baseball Washington for consistent scores, reports and video throughout the entire season.

We continue with our #9 team in the preseason, North Creek

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North Creek Jaguars

High School - North Creek 

Head Coach - Marc Linn

Classification - 4A

2023 Record - 14-9

Last Year’s End - Eliminated in WesKing tournament

Key Players Lost - RHP Matthew Britton, OF Gabriel Arias

Top Returners - ‘24 C Jacob Moyer (Everett CC), ‘25 3B Cayden Christopherson, ‘24 SS Kai Miller (Everett CC), ‘24 RHP Ryan Moran, ‘25 OF Brady Miller, ‘25 RHP Dominic Wilson, ‘24 2B Bailey Castillo, ‘26 C Ethan Swallom, ‘26 RHP Cody Moyer

Key additions -  ‘26 RHP Jack Cochran 

Summary - North Creek returns nearly the same team as last season, with 13 position players and 6 pitchers returning for the Jaguars. The left side of the infield boasts a strong top of the order impact with Cayden Christopherson and Kai Miller. The right side of the infield looks to be an interesting watch as well, with Carter Kline, Bailey Castillo, and Ryan Moran all vying for time.

Behind the dish, Ethan Swallom looks to be a steady presence and key contributor defensively. The outfield looks experienced as well, with returners Brodie Geoghagan and Rico Gonzales included in the mix.

The pitching will also include several returners, and should showcase its impressive depth as the season progresses. Arms such as Ryan Moran, Dominic Wilson, Cayden Christopherson, Kody Moyer, and Jack Cochran should all see the mound frequently. 

Head coach Marc Linn believes his team’s experience should contribute to success in 2024. Early season matchups against Eastlake and Bothell should be circled as games to watch. 

Already off to a 3-0 start as of 3/20, the Jaguars are eager to show what they can do this Spring. North Creek should be a tough out and a team to watch come postseason time in the coming months.

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