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PAG METER ALL VALLEY ALL STAR 2018 BASEBALL TEAM
Here is a recap of Championship Weekend 2018
VALLEY CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION
Stockdale Mustangs 6 Clovis West Golden Eagles 0
WP Sean Mullen, 6 IP with 12 K’s, 1 hitter. Alejandro Murillo’s 2-run RBI single was huge in the 1st inning. Jalen Smith, RBI, SB. Jacob Ruley, RBI. Andru Marion, RBI.
Memorial Panthers 8 El Diamante Miners 2
WP Justin Fuson, 6 2/3 IP, 8 K’s. Jalen McMillan with a 2-run double and the Panthers took advantage of a bunch of Miners errors.
Garces Rams 5 Immanuel Eagles 3
Moises Gonzalez’s two-run single scored Robert Morales and Jacen Roberson in the 2nd inning. Christian Wilson had an RBI single and Gonzalez added a third run batted in with a sacrifice scoring Jacen Roberson.
Fowler Redcats 4 Exeter Monarchs 0
Parker Renteria (3 IP) and JT Hammer (4 IP) combined on the shutout. RBI. Spencer Lima, RBI. Dylan Lopez, RBI and JT Hammer.
Liberty Madera Ranchos Hawks 4 Arvin 2
WP Gage Arter, 4 IP. Save Nathanael Samarin, 3 IP, 7 K’s.
Lindsay Cardinals 7 Bishop Union Broncos 6
The last time the Cardinals won a section championship was in 1992. Isaiah Duran comes thru with the RBI single and Mark Ibarra RBI double were the game winners.
PAG METER TEAM OF THE YEAR
The Mustangs are the Valley Champions beating Clovis West 6-0. As a team the Mustangs had a batting average of .351 and a team ERA of 2.40. The Mustangs finished the year at 25-5 and this team will go down as one of the best teams in school history. It’s great to see a team that plays the right way from start to finish. There was not an easy out in this powerful offensive line up.
PAG METER PLAYER OF THE YEAR
SEAN MULLEN, Sr, Stockdale Mustangs
The UCLA-bound Mullen turned down a TON of money to play at UCLA. He easily would have been one of the top 3 round selections in the MLB draft but he told the scouts early what it would take for $$$ to sign. Sean was the winning pitcher in the valley championship over Clovis West 6-0. Mullen went 6 innings with a 1-hitter and 12 strikeouts. In his last two playoff games, Mullen pitched 12 shutout innings and struck out 22. For the season, Mullen finished 8-1 with a 1.30 ERA and had 72 strikeouts in 53 2/3 innings. For his career as a pitcher, Mullen went 26-7 with 216 strikeouts in 203 innings and had 2.66 ERA. Mullen batted .394 on the season with 7 homers and 31 RBI’s. For his 4 year career, Mullen had a career batting average of .397 and named on the ALL-USA California Baseball team.
PAG METER HITTER OF THE YEAR
JALEN SMITH, Sr, Stockdale Mustangs
This was the year of the pitching because many teams struggled hitting but not Jalen Smith. He was by far the best hitter in the valley batting .481 with 15 doubles, 4 triples, 1 homer, 19 stolen bases and 32 RBI’s. He was one of the best athletes in the valley with also being a speedster on the football team at QB. Next stop will be playing baseball at UC Davis. The Aggies are getting a good one!
PAG METER PITCHER OF THE YEAR
BLAKE SODERSTEN, Sr, Clovis Cougars
The TRAC pitcher of the year went 8-2 with a 1.08 ERA in 77 2/3 Innings with 87 K’s. Blake fired 2 No-hitters (Tulare Western and Clovis West) and was so dominated all year long and set a school record with the most no-hitters in a season. Blake will go down as one of the best Cougar pitchers in school history and if you know anything about the Clovis baseball history story,….That’s REAL good! The 6-foot-3 Sodersten is the right-handed Clayton Kershaw and the next stop will at Cal St Northridge.
PAG METER DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JALEN MCMULLAN, So, Memorial Panthers
The best and fastest Center fielder in the valley for the division 2 section champions. Jalen is also one of the best Wide Receivers in the state so now he has a choice on what to play at the next level because he is that good. Jalen batted .392, with 3 doubles, 1 triple, scored 29 runs, stole 12 bases.
PAG METER SENIOR OF THE YEAR
JARED AGUILAR, Clovis East T Wolves
One of the best pitchers in the valley and teams did not want to face Aguilar. Jared faced the best teams and beat all the best teams. On the hill he went 6-1 with a 1.04 ERA. 67 innings pitched with 85 strikeouts. At the plate he batted .368 with 10 doubles, 3 homers and 18 RBI’s.
Next stop will be at Fresno Pacific University.
PAG METER JUNIOR OF THE YEAR
HUNTER BRYAN, Redwood Rangers
The back to back WYL Player of the year can do it all. Super athlete that has a 90 plus MPH fastball, plays great defense and can flat out hit. He batted .416, with 9 doubles, 4 triples, .496 OBP, scored 29 Runs, 15 BB, 12 stolen bases, 4 Home Runs and 30 RBI’s. The Rangers closer went 2-0 with 9 saves. He had a 1.17 ERA with 49 K’s in 36 innings. Hunter has already verbally committed to play for the Fresno State Bulldogs.
PAG METER SOPHOMORE OF THE YEAR
RILEY COOPER, Clovis North Broncos
Transferred in from Kingsburg and playing in the TRAC was no big deal for the lefty sophomore. The TRAC All Star went 9-4 with a 1.62 ERA. The Broncos are in great shape the next 2 years.
PAG METER FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
EDDIE SALDIVAR, Memorial Panthers
Eddie is one of the best young players that is turning into a superstar and should have been the CMAC player of the year! Outstanding 2nd Baseman that batted .425, 21 stolen bases, 5 Homers and 27 RBI’s. Sky’s the limit!
PAG METER MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
BRIXTON GOMES, Sr, Madera Coyotes
What a great story for the City-County All Star Pitcher. Brixton was born with a paralyzed left arm, but it didn’t slow him down! He went 3-0 with a 1.20 ERA, and 5 saves. He appeared in 22 out of the 27 games for the Coyotes for 35 innings. The offense only hit .149 off the right hander!
PAG METER COACH OF THE YEAR
BRAD SHOWERS, Stockdale Mustangs
This one was close with a few coaches..
Big consideration went to Memorial Panthers, JD Salles who won the division 2 section Championship. The Panthers got better and better every game,
Also big consideration went to Liberty Madera Ranchos Hawks, Mario Cosma who did one heck of a job with his 12 players and winning the division 5 Section Championship.
The Pag Meter went with Brad Showers from the Valley Champion Stockdale Mustangs.
Coach Brad saw this group of players 3 years ago and said if we can keep this group together they will be very special. The Mustangs finished the year at 25-5 and 3 peat SWYL Champions.
The Mustangs coaching staff,
*Sean Mullen Senior (been coaching since 2007)
*Brian Devitt (former Mustangs player 2011)
*Head Coach Brad Showers (JV coach from 1997-2013, Head coach since 2014)
*Greg Showers (Coaching since 1995)
*Bill Satterfield (Arvin legend, Coaching 48 years (WOW!!) and been at Stockdale since 2010. Bill has the D1 NCAA record that will never be broken at Idaho State – led the nation in interceptions and stolen bases his senior year. Only guy that had a chance of breaking that was Deion Sanders. Now that’s a coach staff!!!
Congratulations to the Stockdale Mustangs! Simply the best team and the coaches are family!
Sean Mullen, Brian Devitt , Brad Showers, Greg Showers, Bill Satterfield
PAG METER ALL VALLEY ALL STAR SUPER 60 TEAM 2018
JAMES BELL, Sr, Clovis North Broncos
Teams figured out after a few games that the Co-TRAC Offensive Player of the year wasn’t going to let JB beat them. James batted .361, walked 23 times, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 4 homers and 22 RBI’s. Next stop for the Easter Classic MVP will be at Oregon University.
JORDAN PEREZ, Jr, Fresno High Warriors
He had one heck of a junior year and will be the big Warriors Ace next year. The NYL All Star went 6-2 with a 1.14 ERA. At the plate he batted .403 with 5 doubles and 17 RBI’s.
CORY BLACKBURN, Sr, Stockdale Mustangs
MR Clutch for the Valley Champions that batted .381 with 9 doubles, 4 Home Runs and 32 RBI’s. Next stop will be Cal State Bakersfield.
CHASE SCHELLENGER, Jr, Liberty Madera Ranchos Hawks
The Hawks Shortstop got hot at the right time especially in the 2nd half of the season leading the Hawks to the division 5 section championship. Chase hit .393 with 7 doubles, 3 triples, 16 RBI’s and hit .592 down the stretch.
SEAN CHAMBERS, Sr, Kerman Lions
The back to back North Sequoia league Player of the year is one of the best 2 sport athletes in the valley. Sean was an outstanding catcher with a gun. He batted .393, with 7 doubles, 4 triples, 1 Homer and 16 RBI’s for NSL Champions. Next stop will be playing QB at Wyoming University.
ZACH DENNIS, Sr, Sierra Chieftains
The senior leader and ace went 6-1 with a 2.08 ERA. He was the North Sequoia League Pitcher of the year. At the plate he hit .500 with 13 doubles, 2 triples and 24 RBI’s.
T.J. FONDTAIN, Jr, Buchanan Bears
The Bears ace will have his team ready for a valley championship run his senior year. He went 6-1 with a 2.19 ERA in 64 innings.
KALEB DICKY, Fr, Liberty Patriots
A star was born and the Patriots are set for the next 3 years. Kaleb hit .396 with 4 doubles, 4 Home runs and 31 RBI’s.
JT FRIESEN, Jr, Immanuel Eagles
When the junior ace was pitching, the Eagles liked their chances at winning. He went 9-5 with 2.02 ERA. JT’s senior year should be outstanding!
JAKE HARRELL, Jr, Sanger Apaches
What a year for the super junior pitching and hitting. On the hill his ERA was 0.75, 74 innings with 91 strikeouts. At the plate he hit .419 with 21 RBI’s. Jake has verbally committed to play at Fresno State and his senior year should really be fun to watch!!
JUSTIN FUSON, Sr, San Joaquin Memorial Panthers
Runner up for Pag Meter pitcher of the year. The senior ace led the Panthers to the division 2 Section Championship going 10-0 with a 0.85 ERA. 75 innings with 92 K’s. In the championship game Justin got the win beating Redwood at Rawhide 8-2. At the plate he batted .302 with 6 doubles and 19 RBI’s. Next stop will be at Fresno Pacific University.
LOGAN GOMES, Sr, Chowchilla Tribe
The senior leader was always on base hitting .419, with 6 doubles, 2 triples, 4 Home runs, 12 stolen bases, scored 34 runs with 20 RBI’s.
HUNTER ADAMS, Sr, Independence Falcons
The team leader that had a heck of a senior year batting .447 with 16 doubles, 2 triples, 4 Home Runs and 31 RBI’s. Hunter also did a nice job pitching with a 1.83 ERA.
IZAIAH DAVIS, Sr, Tulare Western Mustangs
Clearly one of the best pitchers in the valley and when Izaiah was pitching, Tulare Western was one of the top 5 best teams in the valley. That is what you call an ACE! Is ERA was very good!
NICK CASTRO, Sr, Clovis West Golden Eagles
Huge reason why the Golden Eagles almost won the valley was because Nick was clutch all year long. The Golden Eagles offense struggled almost every time Castro pitched and still had a 1.48 ERA with a 8-4 record. At the plate he had so many huge hits in big time situations..
CALEB BERTONCINI, Sr, Madera South Stallions
Jersey Boy Bertoncini was the Ace and had one heck of a Stallions career. He leaves Madera South as the school’s career hit leader. He always pitched in the big game and went 5-4 with a 2.07 ERA. 61 innings with 78 K’s. At the plate he hit .379 with 7 doubles, 3 Home Runs and 27 RBI’s.
MIKE MCKERNAN, Jr, Mt Whitney Pioneers
One of the best defensive center fielders in the valley with a real good arm and had 10 assists. He batted .366 and was a West Yosemite League All Star
ABRAHAM GRIMES, Jr, Rosamond Roadrunners
Team leader for the High Desert Champions hitting .508 with 11 doubles, 3 triples, 2 Homers, 16 stolen bases and scored 37 runs with 20 RBI’s.
J.T. HAMMER, Jr, Fowler Redcats
Mr Clutch was huge for the division 4 Section Champions. He batted .372 with 9 doubles and 22 RBI’s. On the hill the closer had a 1.97 ERA.
MARK IBARRA, Sr, Lindsay Cardinals
Senior leader and team captain behind the plate for the division 6 section champions. Mark had a huge year with his defense and hitting .415 with 13 doubles, 1 triple, 1 Homer, 10 stolen bases and knocked in 28 runs.
KAIDIN CONRAD, Sr, Bakersfield Christian Eagles
Tremendous career for the Eagles. He hit .433, with 11 doubles, 4 triples, 2 Home runs, 13 stolen bases and 26 RBI’s. The Eagles ace threw 73 innings with 93 strikeouts.
BRADY HORMEL, Jr, Buchanan Bears
One of the best left handed hitters in the valley and just wait until next year! The Pag Meter back to back All Valley All Star hit .386 with 5 doubles, 4 Homers and 21 RBI’s.
JACOB TOPETE, Sr, Fresno High Warriors
The NYL Player of the year and the Fresno Grizzlies Hot Stove League Player of the year. Jacob was awesome at the plate hitting with a .378 average with 9 doubles, and 18 RBI’s. The Warriors ace went 11-2 with a 1.17 ERA and 106 strikeouts.
DILLON HOWELL, Sr, Exeter Monarchs
The senior leader and ace had a tremendous year going 7-3 with 1.91 ERA. He batted .315 with 21 RBI’s.
BROCK JONES, Jr, Buchanan Bears
Brock is one of the best players in the state and didn’t have a great Brock Jones year and still hit .346 with 7 doubles, 2 triples, 2 Homers, 11 stolen bases and 15 RBI’s. Once he gets his swing cranking his senior year, Brock will be one of the best in the country. Brock is the best 2 sport athlete in the valley because he is the best football Safety in the valley and already has offers from Dartmouth, Cal Poly, Princeton, Yale, and Arizona St. In baseball he has offers from Stanford, Arizona St and Cal Poly.
ENRIQUE PONCE, Sr, Orange Cove Titans
I don’t care what league Enrique plays in, this power pitcher can pitch. He went 6-1 with a 1.12 ERA. Threw 56 innings with 78 strikeouts.
CADE SAKAMOTO, Sr, Highland Scots
One of the best in the valley and had one heck of a career for the Scots and helped win the Division 3 Section Championship last year. This year he batted .409 with 10 doubles, 4 triples, 4 Home runs and 37 RBI’s.
ELIJAH MAYBERRY, Sr, Dinuba Emperors
Monster at the plate hitting .517 with 11 doubles, 3 triples, 33 stolen bases and 20 RBI’s.
EASTON MCMURRAY, Liberty Patriots
One of the best to ever play at Liberty. The outstanding lefty was hurt so he only played outfield batting .436, with 9 doubles. A big guy with speed stole 12 bases and next stop will be playing baseball at LSU.
DARRIEN MILLER, Jr, Clovis Cougars
One of the best catchers in the valley and will be the top catcher in 2019. The TRAC All Star hit .381 with 9 doubles, 1 triple, 1 homer and 19 RBI’s.
DANNY GAMEZ, Sr, Clovis East T Wolves
The Co-TRAC Offensive Player of the Year and team leader was the igniter at the plate hitting .367 with 6 doubles, 2 Home runs and 16 RBI’s.
PAYTON ALLEN, Sr, Golden West Trailblazers
Outstanding athlete that was the QB on the division 4 section championship football team. He batted .500 with 13 stolen bases, scored 24 runs with 24 RBI’s.
SAMMY SPRINGER, SR, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
What a career for Sammy Boy. His senior year he went 10-1 with a 1.27 ERA. In his career he went 27-4. At the plate his senior year he batted .380 with 9 doubles, 2 triples with 29 RBI’s. Next stop for the 4.0 GPA will be at Cal Poly.
ALEJANDRO MURILLO, Sr, Stockdale Mustangs
Might just be the MVP for the Valley Champions because the Mustangs don’t win without Murillo. He was so good pitching, playing defense and hitting. He went 6-2 with a 2.45 ERA throwing the most Mustangs innings. Hitting he batted .349 with 2 homers with 29 RBI’s.
BEN PEDERSON Jr, Tulare Union Tribe
When you played the Tribe you had to hope that Big Ben wasn’t pitching. This guy was lights out going 5-2 with a 0.00 ERA. 46 innings pitched with 60 Strikeouts. Big Ben will be up for 2019 Pag Meter Pitcher of the Year!!
JACOB PEREZ, Sr, Ridgeview Wolfpack
The senior leader hit .455 with 12 doubles, 2 triples, 2 Home Runs and knocked in 36 RBI’s, On the hill he went 4-3 with a 2.12 ERA.
BRIAN HEFNER, Sr, Madera Coyotes
One of the best left handed hitters in the valley and also was the Ace of the staff. The CMAC All Star hit .337 with 9 doubles, 15 stolen bases, 4 Homers, 29 RBI’s. 2 of his home runs were game winners, including a grand slam in the 9th inning to beat Madera South. On the hill, Brian went 6-3 with a 1.35 ERA.
XABI IPARRAGUIRRE, So, Highland Scots
This big guy can flat out hit with a .412 average with 7 doubles, 3 Homers and 31 RBI’s. Next year look for XABI to also be a part of the pitching staff.
CHRISTIAN CHAVIRA, Sr, Madera Coyotes
Tremendous career with the Coyotes hitting and pitching. The Coyotes leadoff hitter batted
.368, scored 22 Runs, 15 RBI’s, with 10 doubles, and 11 Stolen bases. , The CMAC All Star went 2-2 with a 2.33 ERA.
FERNANDO MONTOYA, Jr, Roosevelt Rough Riders
The Riders won 2 playoff game for the 1st time in 20 years and a big reason was because of Fernando behind the plate who hit .442 with 8 doubles, 1 triple, 1 Homer, 42 Hits, 25 RBI’s, and 16/16 in stolen bases. Hey NYL, watch out Montoya in 2019!
NOLAN PROFFITT, Sr, Liberty Patriots
The Patriots team leader hit .388 with 4 doubles, 7 Home Runs and 26 RBI’s.
WILLIAM REECE, So, Strathmore Spartans
Sometimes you see a player that is just to good for a league or division. William would be a star on any league because you can’t teach speed. He batted .525 scored 27 runs and had 38 stolen bases.
PARKER RENTERIA, So, Fowler Redcats
The Redcats Ace was big for the Division 4 Section Champions. Parker went 7-2 with a 1.55 ERA. 63 innings with 62 strikeouts. The Redcats have their Ace set for 2 more years.
AUSTIN HICKMAN, JR, Chowchilla Tribe
The Tribe Ace had a very good junior year. On the hill he went 7-3 with a 1.58 ERA. At the plate he batted .405 with 8 doubles and 20 RBI’s.
WILL REYNOLDS. Sr, Frontier Titans
Big senior year for the Titans hitting a fantastic .500 with 10 doubles, 5 triples, 4 Home Runs and 29 RBI’s.
Dusty Schramm, Sr, Clovis West Golden Eagles
The best closer in the valley and Dusty came up big for the TRAC Champions with 6 saves. He went 6-1 with a 1.50 ERA. 56 innings with 70 strikeouts. At the plate he hit .302 with 18 walks and knocked in 15 runs. Next stop be playing baseball for the Utah Utes.
NATHANAEL SAMARIN, Jr, Liberty Madera Ranchos Hawks
The Junior was nails for the division 5 Section Champions pitching and at the plate. The 3-peat North Sequoia league All Star hit .347 with 7 doubles, 5 triples 1 Home run and 32 RBI’s. Pitching he was huge especially down the playoff stretch going 7-2 with 4 saves in 70.⅔ innings.
MATHEW MIRANDA, Jr, Highland Scots
The Scots Ace went 5-2 with a nice 1.30 ERA. 64 innings with 73 strikeouts. Next year Matt will be the Man and will have the Scots ready to contend for a Section Championship.
MIKELL CHAVEZ, Sr, Clovis North Broncos
He was a gamer and pitched in some big games going 7-2 with 1.12 ERA. He has one of the best curveballs and best control in the valley. This guy can flat out pitch!
JACEN ROBERSON, Sr, Garces Rams
Outstanding leader and career for the Rams. He lead the Rams to the division 3 section championship hitting .409 with 5 doubles, 1 triple, 5 Home Runs and a whopping 32 RBI’s.
DAMIAN CORDOVA, Sr, Fresno High Warriors
The big senior had a year for the NYL All Star hitting .474. Damian played outstanding at 2nd base.
BEN COITO, Sr, Kingsburg Vikings
The City-County All Star speedster hit .438 with 12 doubles, 20 Stolen bases, scored 22 runs with 19 RBI’s.
ELI BRUM, Sr, Stockdale Mustangs
The team captain and a huge part of the Mustangs machine. The Mustangs catcher played hurt all year and still caught the outstanding pitching staff. Eli hit .349 with 5 doubles and 22 RBI’s for the Valley Champions. If there was a Pag Meter HEART Award winner….Slam Dunk… Eli gets it!!
BRETT CARRELL, Jr, San Joaquin Memorial Panthers
BC came up with so many clutch hits for the division 2 Section Champions! He batted .345 with 7 doubles, 3 triples, 1 Homer, 10 stolen bases and 20 RBI’s. Brett has a chance to be the senior ace in 2019
ANDREW SOLIS, Jr, Orange Cove Titans
Andrew’s senior year could be even better. His junior the year the speedster batted .434 with 5 doubles, 8 triples, 26 RBI’s, 20 stolen bases and scored 42 runs.
WILL SPRINGER, Jr, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
It doesn’t matter what school or what division, Will would be the Ace of the staff. If Will pitched in the TRAC, he would be the top No 1 or No 2 pitcher. Will was named the All-East Sequoia League Most Valuable Player for the 2nd straight year. He will be up for Pag Meter Player of the year in 2019. He will go down as the best player in Golden Bears history and in his junior year, Will went 10-0 with a 0.00 ERA. (That’s is awesome!) 48 innings with 80 strikeouts. In his career he is 30-6. (WOW!)
GABRIEL ULOA, Sr, Delano Tigers
Tremendous year for the Tigers batting .375 with 7 doubles, 25 for 25 in stolen bases. The Ace had a 1.82 in 73 innings with 101 strikeouts.
CHANDLER LUCAS, Sr, El Diamante Miners
The Miners ace was the West Yosemite League pitcher of the year going 6-3 and the 3 loses were tough loses. His ERA was very good at 1.61 playing a very tough schedule.
NICK SALAS, So, Highland Scots
The new Scots star hit .467 with 14 doubles, 13, stolen bases, 1 homer and 23 RBI’s.
BRANDON SEABLOM, Sr, Arvin Bears
When Brandon was pitching, Arvin could beat anybody. We went 8-2 with a 1.75 ERA. He threw 64 innings with 80 strikeouts. At the plate he hit .433 with 5 doubles, 9 triples, 1 homer, 30 stolen bases, and knocked in 25 runs.
KOHL SIMAS, Sr, Clovis West Golden Eagles
The TRAC Co-Player of the Year and CW Ace went 8-3 with a 2.30 ERA. 64 innings pitched with 81 strikeouts. At the plate he hit .363 with 10 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs and knocked in 30 runs.
KOBE SILVA, Jr, Frontier Titans
One of the best power hitters in the valley and watch out for his senior year! He hit .429 with 9 doubles, 5 Home Runs and knocked in 24 runs.
TANNER LEE, Sr, Kerman Lions
Outstanding career for the Lions. The NSL All Star hit .384 with 8 doubles and 21 RBI’s.
SEAN MORAN, Jr, Ridgeview Wolfpack
The Wolfpack Ace had a very good year going 7-1 with a 1.77 ERA. At the plate he hit .442 with 11 doubles, 12 stolen bases and 30 RBi’s.
SHANE PURSELL, Jr, Madera Coyotes
The CMAC All Star will be one of the best lead off hitters next year. He was always on base stealing 21 of them. The speedster hit .400 with 4 doubles, scored 22 runs and played a great centerfield.
KADE SHEEDY, Jr, Stockdale Mustangs
Will be one of the best players next year for the Valley Champions. Kade knocked in 26 runs and scored 24 runs with 10 doubles 1 triple and 1 Homer. Pitching he went 5-1. He has verbally committed to play at Cal Poly
JUSTIN LOPEZ, Sr, Reedley Pirates
The Pirates MVP shortstop had one heck of year hitting .350 with 9 doubles, 3 triples, 14 stolen bases and knocked in 23 RBI’s. Justin was a City-County All Star
JACK FOOTE, Sr, Lemoore Tigers
One of the best hitters in the south valley hitting .419 with 6 doubles, 3 triples, 3 Home runs and 17 RBI’s. Jack was the WYL Scholar/Athlete of the year.
HUNTER SASSELLI, Sr, Kingsburg Vikings
The Vikings leadoff hitter was always on base hitting .438 with 26 stolen bases, scored 38 runs. The Italian Jersey Boy was an Central Sequoia and City-County All Star
PAG METER 2ND TEAM/HONORABLE MENTION
ROMAN ROSALES, Jr, Immanuel Eagles
BRODIE MALONEY Sr, Bishop Union Broncos
KALEB DICKEY, Fr, Liberty Patriots
COLE WATTENBARGER, Jr, Bakersfield Christian Eagles
ISAIAH DURAN, Sr, Lindsay Cardinals
SETH CARROLL, So, Frazier Mountain Falcons
DEREK HARRIS, Sr, Porterville Panthers
ROGER ORTIZ, Jr, Reedley Pirates
JACOB RULEY, Sr, Stockdale Mustangs
NATE MARROQUIN, So, Tulare Western Mustangs
ERICK SEGURA, Sr, Mendota Aztecs
CARLOS GONZALES, Sr, Madera South Stallions
ANTHONY SAVALA, Sr, Bullard Knights
ROBERT MORALES, Sr, Garces Rams
CHRIS GARIBAY, Sr, Independence Falcons
AUSTIN URESTI, Sr, Selma Bears
CONNER SKAGGS, Sr, Kerman Lions
ELIJAH MUNOZ, Sr, Redwood Rangers
ERIC BARRAZA, Sr, Chavez Titans
CHASE WARREN, Sr, Dos Palos Broncos
GREG QUINTANILLA, Sr, Reedley Pirates
JAKE NEWMAN, SR, Bullard Knights
ISAIAH CLARK, Jr, Mendota Aztecs
BRIAN ROACH, Jr, Exeter Monarchs
GAVIN VANGRONIGEN, So, Sierra Pacific Golden Bears
DEREK RODRIGUEZ, Sr, Liberty Patriots
JACOB FLORES, Fr, Strathmore Spartans
EVAN ROCHA, Sr Buchanan Bears
COLE SILVA, So, Tulare Western Mustangs
JOSE RUIZ, Jr, Ridgeview Wolfpack
OMAR CARRANZA, So, Granite Hills Grizzlies
EDWARD LOPEZ, Jr, Roosevelt Rough Riders
GARRETT COOPER, Sr, Clovis North Broncos
ANDREW VALDEZ, Sr, El Diamante Miners
GAVIN MANCHA, Jr, Central Grizzlies
MICHAEL KUBIAK, Jr, Bishop Union Broncos
JOSH FEAVER, Sr, Fowler Redcats
AUGGIE CASTRO, Jr, Coalinga Horned Toads
JARED “LOBO” VILLALOBOS, Sr, Bullard Knights
RYAN SCHEUFELE, Jr, Lindsay Cardinals
TRENT TOMPKINS, Jr, Central Grizzlies
KRIS ANGLIN, So, Frontier Titans
CHASE PRIETO, Sr, Clovis West Golden Eagles
TYLER DEAN, JR, Mt Whitney Pioneers
DEREK WOOD, Jr, Immanuel Eagles
JACOB KING, JR, Buchanan Bears
DAVID JIMENEZ, Sr, Lindsay Cardinals
NOAH GRANILLO, Fr, Bakersfield Christian Eagles
RICKY CARRANZA, Jr, Porterville Panthers
JOSE LEMUS, Sr, Sunnyside Wildcats
BRADLEY COLLINS-DUNN, Sr, Immanuel Eagles
OSCAR LEMUS, Jr, Reedley Pirates
QUAID COPHER, Fr, Liberty Madera Ranchos Hawks
JORDAN FLORES, So, Granite Hills Grizzlies
ANGEL JASSO, Sr, Delano Tigers
JARED HOLADAY, Sr, Lemoore Tigers
BRONSON CHAMBERLIN, Jr, Redwood Rangers