Kerschke: 'I train 24/7, I only have a couple off days. I’m always in the gym, I’m always throwing, I’m always taking hacks.'
DeKALB – The anchor of the DeKalb sophomore baseball team, Ryne Kerschke, earned a late-season call-up.
His goal was simple: Absorb all the varsity experience he could.
“I saw our catcher struggled in the past; I knew I could catch,” Kerschke said. “I thought, ‘I can’t do much worse than that.’ The worse-case scenario was I just go back to the infield. The best case would be I stay back there and help out my team.”