The J-Hawks are among the leaders in many major statistical catagories across the state. As a team, they currently lead 4A in doubles with 55, 11 more than the second closest team. They are also second in RBI's at 110, second in sacrifices with 26, second in runs with 129, third in hits with 167, third in slugging with .472, third in opponent's batting average holding teams to .185, and ninth in fielding with a .955 percentage.
Individually, four J-Hawks occupy the top 15 in doubles, led by Lucas Larson and Spencer Van Scoyoc both with 10 tied for second, while Jared Eivins and Tyler Roeder both have 7 a piece. Roeder is currently tied for third most runs scored with 20. Larson and Caleb Stekl are within the top ten in RBI's with 18 and 17 respectively. Van Scoyoc is 7th in slugging percentage at .796 and 3rd in batting average at .490. Colton Knox and Cam Frazier are tied for the third most sacrifices at 5 each. Pitching wise, Van Scoyoc also is 5th in ERA among those who have pitched at least 20 innings with a 0.67 ERA, and 7th overall in K's with 32. Defensively, Caleb Stekl is tied with the most base stealers caught with 11.