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Knights Baseball Club Board Member Randy Rutschman's Son Signs with Beavers Baseball.

November 17, 2015

Adley Rutschman Commits to Oregon State

Knights Baseball Club Board Member Randy Rutschman's Son Signs with Beavers Baseball.

Young Adley Rutschman grew up going to Knights games with his sister Josie and mom Carol. He attended games as far back back as 1999 when his father Randy Rutschman was the head coach of the then Aloha Knights.

Now fast forward to 2015 and Adley is a star football and baseball player at Sherwood High School. And next year he will be a Beaver.

The past two summers Adley's visited Goss Stadium to watch the Knights with his dad, a Knights Baseball Club, Inc. board member, and has always found his way down to the home team's bullpen to catch Knight pitchers.

Recently, Adley committed to Oregon State to play baseball. His signing was announced today by Pat Casey and his staff. He will start his college baseball career in the fall of 2016 unless of course he doesn't get started earlier this summer with the Corvallis Knights.

Rutschman is a versatile talent as Adley is a skilled catcher and pitcher who can also play the corner infield positions.

While Adley is an exceptional baseball player, his ability to boot a football is unparalleled. This past Friday night, Adley kicked a record-setting 63-yard field goal for Sherwood in their 41-20 playoff win over Tigard.

Adley's Bowmen play Lincoln High School this Friday at Sherwood in the 6A quarterfinals. Rutschman is also a linebacker and running back.

For more info on Adley, check out the bio that was shared today by

* Two-year letterwinner in baseball at Sherwood High.
* Rated as the No. 2 high school player in the state of Oregon by Baseball Northwest.
* Ranked as the No. 427 high school player in the nation by Perfect Game.
* Named First-Team All-League and First-Team All-State after his junior year in which he batted .444 with seven doubles, two home runs and 13 RBI.
* During the summer, batted .482 with seven home runs, 29 RBI and seven stolen bases.
* As a sophomore, was named First-Team All-League and Second-Team All-State after batting .383 with six doubles, 23 RBI and seven stolen bases. On the mound, posted a 1.17 earned run average in six innings of work.
* Has also lettered four years in football, and has earned All-League honors at kicker and linebacker and second-team All-State as a kicker.
* Born February 6, 1998.
* Chose Oregon State because "it's a great program with a great coaching staff. I have been a Beaver fan for years."