Posts by Cindy Gannon
Former Catfish throws WKU’s first No-Hitter since 2009
2022 Cape Girardeau Catfish Pitcher, Devyn Terbrak, made history on March 12, 2023 by tossing a No-Hitter to beat the Jackrabbits. This marks the first Hilltopper no-hitter since March 3, 2009, that saw four different pitchers combine for a no-hit effort in a 15-0 win against Kentucky Wesleyan with a 10-run rule that ended following…Read More
The Cape Girardeau Catfish Welcome, Cal Kilgore!
Freshman at New Mexico State (2022) Played in 35 games with 33 starts, slashing .250/.307/.337 (23-for-92) with 11 runs batted in … Scored 12 runs .. Had eight doubles … Drew seven walks and was hit by a pitch … 5-for-7 in stolen base attempts … Eight multi-hit games and a pair of multi-RBI games…Read More
The Cape Girardeau Catfish Welcome, Lane Crowden!
TRANSFER: Comes to USI after two seasons at Three Rivers Community College…batted .258 with seven RBIs, two home runs, and nine stolen bases in 2022…started his collegiate career by hitting .288 with 11 RBIs, four doubles, one triple, and eight stolen bases. HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in baseball at Jackson High School (Jackson, Missouri). PERSONAL: Son…Read More
Catfish Success Story
Congratulations on your success John! We are Cape Catfish proud of you and your hard work! 2022 Cape Catfish Shortstop 2023 Arkansas Razorback Starting Shortstop GO HOGS!!!!!!Read More
The Cape Girardeau Catfish Welcome, Brody Chrisman!
HIGH SCHOOL • Played for coach Jared Moore at Zionsville Community High School in suburban Indianapolis • First-team all-state and a IHSBCA North/South All-Star as a senior • Honorable mention all-state as a junior • As a senior batted .414 with a .512 OBP, 24 RBI and 20 runs in 33 games • As a…Read More
Scott Little Named New Manager of Cape Catfish
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (March 8, 2023) – A former professional baseball player from Scott City, Missouri, who was associated with several major league organizations for nearly 40 years, has been named to manage the Cape Catfish baseball team. Scott Little succeeds Stephen Larkin who had managed the team since its inaugural season in 2019. “We…Read More