St. Clair manager Roberto Duncan knows he is bringing in six talented players and feels they have a lot of room to grow. "My goal since I became the head coach was not to only have good players but also try to help them be better than what they are when they leave." said Duncan.
Locals Owen Findlay and Cody Moore are PBLO all-stars who decided to remain in Windsor. "Very talented kids. I'm happy they stayed home."
Findlay, who also plays defence for the LaSalle Vipers, recently helped Villanova bring home OFSAA bronze while Moore, a Sandwich grad, is dropping track and field to focus solely on being a solid pitcher for the Saints.
Andrew Cooper is a pitcher coming from Brampton. Ethan Paulos is a junior college outfield transfer from the U.S. who hails from Hamilton. Garrett Kratz is a catcher who is transferring from Centennial College and pitcher Myles Legoute of Alberta rounds out the recruit class.
In the last eight seasons St. Clair has won six gold, one silver and a bronze. Duncan coached the team to the provincial championship in his first season as bench boss last fall and is hoping to keep the momentum going this year. "We have the mindset we're not trying to stop anytime soon. We're trying to keep that winning culture."