HUDSON — Before the prep baseball starts up, one of Pasco County’s stars on the west side of the county has decided where he will take his talents to when he goes to play collegiately.

Bishop McLaughlin’s Adam Berry, an outfielder and right-handed pitcher, announced via Twitter last week that he would be committing to Pasco-Hernando State College to play baseball and academically. Berry also previously played on the football team in the 2018 season. He did not play this past season in 2019.

When the Hurricanes went 19-8 in the 2019 baseball season, Berry was one of the team’s top hitters. As a junior, Berry batted .342, scored 25 runs and had 27 hits. He also had seven doubles, two triples and nine runs batted in.

Bishop McLaughlin heads into the 2020 season once again with high expectations. The Hurricanes are perennially one of Pasco County’s top baseball programs and return a roster filled with college talent across the board. Hurricanes’ first game is on February 13th against Academy at the Lakes.