Prep Baseball & Softball

May 4, 2012 12:53 AM

Kennewick's Stemp owns tools to succeed at next level

Stemp has a career .504 batting average in his four years in Kennewick’s lineup, three hitting leadoff and this season in the three hole. His 53 extra-base hits in the last three seasons make him the last guy opposing pitchers want to face with runners on — or off, for that matter.

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