Sr., 5-11, P
Noteworthy: Carr was a threat on the mound and at the plate. He hit .500 for the year with three home runs, 10 doubles and 25 RBIs. He compiled a 6-2 record as Donoho’s leading pitcher.
Sr., 6-1, P
Noteworthy: Parker’s record didn’t show his dominance, but it was there. The senior went 3-5 and struck out 65 batters in 46 innings. He had a 4.30 ERA and hit .328 at the plate.
Jr., 6-1, P
Noteworthy: Machristie’s success on the football field transferred over to the diamond. He hit .303 on the year with a homer and 16 RBIs. He had a .442 on-base percentage.
Jr., 5-10, C
Noteworthy: Mayfield was the Cardinals’ leading hitting throughout the season. He punished pitchers all year and batted .502.
Sr., 6-1, 1B
Noteworthy: Parris provided a big stick in the Raiders’ lineup. He batted .446 on the year with 17 RBIs and had a .963 fielding percentage.
Fr., 5-8, 2B
Noteworthy: Denham broke onto the scene as a freshman. He batted .329 with 12 doubles and 13 RBIs. He also had a .467 on-base percentage.
Sr., 5-11, 3B
Noteworthy: Salers was a hitting machine for the Panthers. He batted .329 with 10 doubles, three home runs, 15 RBIs and a .509 on-base percentage.
Sr., 5-11, SS
Noteworthy: Carr did a little bit of everything for the Raiders. He batted .318 with 17 RBIs, but also had a .902 fielding percentage and pitched to a 10-2 record and 3.67 ERA.
So., 5-10, OF
Noteworthy: Carr was a big problem for pitchers when he was at the plate. He hit .491 for the season and also ripped a home run.
Jr., 5-6, OF
Noteworthy: Mixon was perfect in the field for the Panthers. He fielded 1.000 percent and also hit .209 with 10 RBIs and 19 stolen bases.
Sr., 5-10, OF
Noteworthy: Twilley provided the biggest offensive production for the Lions. He batted .372 on the year with 12 runs and seven stolen bases.
Fr., 5-10, DH
Noteworthy: Jenkins didn’t struggle even though he was just a freshman. He batted .417 with 12 doubles, seven home runs and 32 RBIs. He had a .852 slugging percentage and hit .467 with runners in scoring position.
Sr., 5-11, UTIL
Noteworthy: Morales did all he could for the Thunder. He batted .368 with 15 stolen bases. He had a .395 on-base percentage.
Donoho — Dalton Martin, Bret Holmes; Faith Christian — Jameson Thacker, Peter Turner, London Huie; Ohatchee — Tristan Allen, Caleb Dickie; Pleasant Valley — Dustin Andrews, Trey Phillips; Sacred Heart — Nicholas Tutor, Michael Townsend.