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C — Walker Harris, Sr., Fairview: Provided solid defense for the Knights’ strong pitching staff while hitting .419 with 10 extra-base hits.
1B — Nick Kreutzer, Sr., Holy Family: Posted a .485 slugging percentage, an .857 OPS , and blasted six home runs to earn first team All-Tri-Valley League honors.
IF — Mason Peterson, Jr., Longmont: Named the Northern League Player of the Year after hitting .480 with 10 doubles, three triples and four home runs.
IF — Tommy Baumgartner, Sr., Boulder: Hit .351 with a team-leading 16 runs scored for a Panthers squad that posted its first winning record since 2010.
IF — Johnny Feauto, Sr., Fairview: In addition to his athletic defensive presence, Feauto hit .420 while leading the Knights with 29 runs scored. Also went 7-0 with a 2.54 ERA on the mound.
IF — Easton Adler, Jr., Mead: Hit a robust .492 (29 for 59) with seven extra-base hits and a team-leading 13 RBIs.
OF — Mitch Tyse, Jr., Fairview: Varsity newcomer showed he might be the Knights’ next big star after hitting .405 with four home runs.
OF — Cooper Rothe, Jr., Longmont: Speedster recorded five outfield assists, went 14 for 15 in stolen bases, and hit .350 for the Northern League champs.
OF — B.J. Jensen, Sr., Erie: Another defensive stalwart, Jensen posted a .474 on-base percentage from the leadoff spot with 28 runs scored and 15 stolen bases.
OF — Tim Ryan, Sr., Fairview: Capped a stellar four-year varsity career with eight doubles, four home runs, and a .343 average.
DH — David Neitenbach, Sr., Centaurus: Hit .468 with six doubles, a pair of triples and three home runs, including a two-homer game against Thompson Valley.
U — Logan Soole, Sr., Monarch: The epitome of a jack-of-all-trades. Went 6-1 with a minuscule 0.77 ERA on the mound with 73 strikeouts in 45.2 innings. Hit .518 with 11 extra-base hits and 22 RBIs. And added 15 stolen bases for good measure.
P — Ryan Madden, Sr., Fairview: The BoCoPreps.com Player of the Year led the Knights to the Front Range League crown by going 7-2 with a 1.41 ERA and 65 strikeouts in 54.2 innings. Also hit .446 with seven home runs.
P — Austin Wood, Jr., Silver Creek: A first team All-Northern League selection, Wood kept the resurgent Raptors in playoff contention until the season’s final week by going 5-1 with a 1.98 ERA and 53 strikeouts in 42.1 innings.
P — Nick Kakavas, Sr., Peak to Peak: Went 10-1 with a whopping 117 strikeouts in 73.2 innings while leading the Pumas to their first state tournament appearance.
P — Kyle Leahy, Sr., Erie: The Tri-Valley League Player of the Year went 9-1 with a 0.41 ERA as the Tigers reached the 4A state tournament for the first time. Also hit .389 with 12 extra-base hits.
P — Austin Brown, Sr., Holy Family: His team’s defensive miscues cost Brown numbers, but he still went 8-2 with 79 strikeouts and only 16 walks in 60 innings.
Coach of the Year — Harold Simmons, Erie: The Tigers nearly completed an undefeated run in the Tri-Valley League while claiming the league crown, and Simmons led his club to its first appearance in the 4A state tournament.
Chase Arnold, Jr., Broomfield; Zane Begano, Sr., Erie; Blake Bride, Jr., Peak to Peak; Dillon Buckendorf, Sr., Mead; Cameron Burke, Jr., Boulder; Luke Conilogue, Jr., Erie; Josh Crites, Jr., Erie; Jared Crockett, Sr., Legacy; Wyatt Cross, Sr., Legacy; Justin Forsyth, Sr., Skyline; Tanner Fulkerson, Jr., Dawson School; Tyler Hamby, Sr., Skyline; Bowe Herman, Sr., Lyons; Lane Hiser, Sr., Frederick; Thomas Hoog, Sr., Skyline; Barrett Ingvaldsen, Sr., Longmont; Ford Ladd, Jr., Niwot; Max McClellan, Jr., Dawson School.
Miguel Moroyoqui, Jr., Longmont; Kennedy Phillips, Jr., Holy Family; Gunner Pickett, Jr., Mead; Hector Rodriguez, Sr., Lyons; Blake Rohm, So., Monarch; Kyle Scholtz, Sr., Monarch; Chris Slade, Jr., Dawson School; Jacob Stockebrand, Sr., Monarch; Terry Strauber, So., Jefferson Academy; Jake Thoning, Sr., Fairview; Mitchell Ward, Sr., Peak to Peak; Mitch Webster, Sr., Silver Creek; Eric Worley, Sr., Frederick.
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