Sam Steele says the key to Bishop Eustace's resurgent baseball season is that "everybody is doing their role."
For Steele, that was a little bit of everything last week.
As the Crusaders went 4-0 and allowed just two runs, Steele made contributions at the plate as well as behind it.
The senior catcher helped guide senior Zac Gallen, junior Devin Smeltzer, and sophomore Justin Hagenman through one of the most dominating weeks of the season for any pitching staff in South Jersey.
"He's so positive," said Smeltzer, the lefthander who worked 14 innings, won two games, and allowed just three hits with 27 strikeouts.