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Green on the Go

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Jeff Berry
Cameron Biller (24′) on the mound ready to receive a throw.

It is always exciting when someone is committing, especially when someone you personally know is committing to a D1 school. On August 20, Senior Cameron Biller announced his commitment to Mount st. Mary after playing an impressive junior year and earning himself a scholarship to play on their baseball team.

Biller is known to be an encouraging leader, as he is the captain of Forge’s baseball team. Biller pushes everyone to do their best, including pushing people over their limits. After practice, he is always the last one out, helping coaches clean up and helping out the underclassmen whenever he can.

“I think I will fall into my role a little bit later in my years at Mount, just as I did here at Forge, but I think I’ll fit in pretty well there,” Biller said.

Committing is not only about the sport that you end up playing but also how the environment feels. If the campus doesn’t have a good feel to it, then committing there might not be the right fit for you. Biller expresses his thoughts on Mount St. Mary’s campus, as he feels the school is a good fit for him.

“The campus is beautiful. It’s just got a wide selection of sports and the facilities are treated very nicely. The coach there had talked to me about it being a family environment and I realized this was the right decision for me,”. Biller said.

Not only is athletics important when comparing schools, but it’s also crucial to look at how well-maintained the fields and facilities are. 

“Athletic purposes, field quality, facility quality, and then obviously just the environment itself was very important in the decision conversation,”. Biller explained.

No matter where you commit, or for what sport, you need to study a major. Biller wasn’t only convinced by St. Mary’s baseball program but by their business program too. “Their business program is super impressive and I’m excited to study there as well,”. Biller claimed.

It is all about the work and time you dedicate, and the grind can never stop. If you don’t continue to put in the work, then you won’t get the same results as Biller. 

“I came into high school thinking that I was going to play my last four years of baseball here and then I just slowly grew into it, and found myself pushing to create the opportunity to play outside of high school,”. Biller said.

Biller has worked hard every day throughout his four years of high school. Even though he has already been awarded a scholarship, his work ethic is staying the same and he won’t stop until all of his goals are reached.

“My ultimate goal as a baseball player is to make it to the major leagues. I think Mount St. Mary is going to help me expand my skills and tone in on my capabilities and see what I can do in the future,” Biller explained. 

With his goals already set, Biller has a bright future ahead of him whether he’s playing in high school, college, or outside of both. 

 

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Logan Betyak, Staff Writer
I am a sophomore at the Talon News as a staff writer and play baseball for Colonial Forge. When I am not playing baseball or writing, I am playing video games especially Madden or MLB The Show.
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    Mark DavorenOct 24, 2023 at 9:18 pm

    Amazing !!

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