Green Hope Makes North Carolina History at NHSI
Green Hope was led at the plate by dynamic outfielder Jordyn Adams. The UNC commit—who will play both football and baseball in Chapel Hill—had an excellent game at the plate, recording three hits. Adams also got out of the batter's box well, showing plus run times to first in the 4.16-second range. The 6-foot-2, 175-pound senior also gets fantastic reads in the outfield and shows all-around great baseball IQ.
Anytime Adams got on base, it was a problem for the opposition. In an at-bat against Mountain Ridge, Adams singled, stole second, stole third and then advanced home when the throw to third got away. His ability to create offense with his speed proved to be incredibly beneficial to the Green Hope offense.
"I don't think we were a team someone would've picked to reach the final four," Green Hope coach Michael Miragliuolo said.
"We have some talented players and they're showing it out there," Miragliuolo said. "And I couldn't be more proud of where we are."