Game-changing speed leads Duffek to college scholarship
RB leadoff hitter sparks Bulldogs' lineup
BROOKFIELD — Riverside Brookfield baseball has raced off to a hot start this season, and senior C.J. Duffek has been doing a lot of the racing.
Following Saturday’s doubleheader sweep of Illiana Christian, Duffek had 14 stolen bases in 14 games. The speedy center fielder signed his letter of intent with Division II Northwest Missouri State on Monday.
“Speed is definitely the biggest aspect of my game,” Duffek said. “I think that’s definitely what got me my scholarship. I like to use it to my advantage and I feel like speed is a real big part of baseball because it puts a lot of pressure on the team. Whether you can take second or take third almost any time you want it’s a big positive.”
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