Central Texas high school all-district baseball teams


CENTRAL TEXAS ALL-DISTRICT BASEBALL TEAMS

District 13-6A

MVP: Cash Rugely, Sr., SS, Cedar Ridge

Newcomer: Kyle Froemke, Sr., SS, Round Rock

Coach: Daryl Reeves, Cedar Ridge

First team — P: Nick Oslavar, Sr., Cedar Ridge; Michael Kronschabl, Sr., McNeil; Cameron Bush, Sr., Round Rock; RP: Grant McCall, Sr., Round Rock; C: Trey Dowley, Jr., Pflugerville; 1B: Zane Kampfer, Jr., McNeil; 2B: Luke Almenderez, Jr., Round Rock; 3B: Ethan Ruiz, Sr., Cedar Ridge; SS: Kyle Froemke, Sr., Round Rock; OF: Jaylen Williams, Sr., Stony Point; Mason Donohoe, Sr., Cedar Ridge; Patrick DiLullo, Sr., Round Rock; UT: Jack Driskell, Sr., Stony Point; DH: Cameron Dayton, Jr., Round Rock

Second team — P: Ashton Davis, Sr., Pflugerville; Ben McDonald, Sr., Hendrickson; Josh Cameron, Sr., Hendrickson; RP: Zach Honey, Jr., Cedar Ridge; C: Dyland Redmond, Jr., McNeil; 1B: Jacob Dellipoali, Sr., Round Rock; 2B: Jett Garcia, So., Cedar Ridge; 3B: Alex Fletcher, Sr., Pflugerville; SS: Casey Ouellete, Jr., Hendrickson; OF: Jake Becker, Sr., McNeil; Gage Mahoney, Jr., Hendrickson; Kalen Moreno, Sr., Stony Point; UT: Blaine Barker, Jr., Hendrickson; DH: Jared Younce, Jr., Stony Point

District 14-6A

MVP: Rudy Reyna, Sr., Akins

Newcomer: Peyton Benesh, So., Bowie

Coaches: Sam Degelia, Bowie; Kenny Matthews, Anderson

First team — P: Ben Craven, Sr., Anderson; Kobe Poehl, Sr., Bowie; Connor Archer, Jr., Akins; Oscar Zamorano, Sr., Del Valle; C: Jake Rugeley, Sr., Anderson; 1B: David Wilson, Jr., Akins; 2B: Jonathan Mendez, Sr., Bowie; 3B: Ruben Miranda, Jr., San Marcos; SS: Santiago Rodriguez, Jr., Akins; OF: Seth Werchan, Jr., Bowie; Owen Burkle, Jr., Bowie; Jacob Ledesma, Sr., Bowie; Gilbert Machuca, Jr., Akins; Joseph Rumrich, Jr., Anderson; DH: Josh Wilder, Sr., San Marcos; UT: Andrew Noack, Sr., Bowie

Second team — P: Ben Kurio, Sr., Anderson; Aaron MacInvale, So., Bowie; Miguel Lopez, Sr., Manor; C: Mason Arvallo, Sr., Akins; 1B: Andrew Mitchell, Sr., Anderson; 2B: Devyn Saenz, Sr., San Marcos; 3B: Ryan Camacho, Sr., Akins; SS: Chase Maus, Sr., Manor; OF: Andre Jackson, Jr., Anderson; Rickey Yanez, So., Del Valle; Darren Basta, Jr., Manor; DH: Nick Villalobos, Jr., San Marcos

District 25-6A

MVP: Brett Baty, Jr., Lake Travis

Pitcher: Blake Helton, Sr., Lake Travis

Offensive player: Brady Nevit, Sr., Vista Ridge

Defensive player: Spencer Wionzek, Sr., Lake Travis

Newcomer: Noel Salazar, So., Leander

Coach: Mike Rogers, Lake Travis

First team — P: Jimmy Lewis, Jr., Lake Travis; Mason Montgomery, Sr., Leander; Aidan Martinez, Jr., Hays; Nathan Fetchel, Sr., Vista Ridge; Ben Ludwig, Sr., Westlake; Harrison Babbitt (closer), Sr., Lake Travis; C: Andrew Cisneros, Sr., Hays; 1B: Alex Hensley, Sr., Leander; 2B: Ford Elliott, Jr., Westlake; Ben Gettig, Sr., Lehman; Seth Stephenson, Jr., Hays; 3B: Justin Moore, Sr., Vandegrift; SS: Braden Sullins, Sr., Lehman; OF: Dylan Weiss, Sr., Lake Travis; Carlos Contreras, Sr., Lake Travis; Chase Rustin, Jr., Hays; Andrew Chap, Sr., Vista Ridge; Jacob Wilson, Sr., Vista Ridge; Izaiah Faz, Sr., Westlake; UT: Joel Rios, Sr., Lehman; DH: Trey Mongauzy, So., Vandegrift

Second team — P: Beau Vealy, Sr., Vista Ridge; Alex Maatz, Sr., Vandegrift; Drew Cooper, Sr., Hays; Garrett Aylor, Sr., Westlake; Dylan Savino, Jr., Westlake; Hudson Forrest (closer), So., Westlake; Noah Kellum (closer), So., Lehman; C: Rigo Gutierrez, Sr., Westlake; Matthew Klassen, Jr., Vandegrift; 1B: Jake Taute, Sr., Vista Ridge; 2B: Anthony Beltran, Jr., Leander; 3B: Taylor Anderson, Jr., Westlake; Uil Tovar, Jr., Hays; SS: Gannon Azio, Sr., Vista Ridge; OF: Austin Plate, Jr., Lake Travis; Luke Dunlap, Sr., Westlake; Denton Apple, Jr., Westlake; Garrett Moore, Sr., Vandegrift; Garrison Vaughn, Jr., Hays; Austin Gonzales, So., Lehman; UT: Joel Rios, Sr., Lehman; DH: Brad Mican, Jr., Vista Ridge; Brandon Jeffrey, Sr., Lake Travis

District 19-5A

MVP: Hayden Thomas, Rouse

Offensive player: Jace Grady, Elgin

Defensive player: Cole Posey, Georgetown

Pitcher: Garyson Smith, Georgetown

Newcomer: Luke Bannister, Hutto

First team — P: Jared Southard, Rouse; Travis Harvey, Cedar Park; Kevin Rosengren, Hutto; Robert Minchew, Hutto; Cody Vinklarek, Bastrop; Jackson Sioson, Georgetown; Donte Woodard, Elgin; C: Cody Vannoy, Rouse; 1B: Cole Moore, Georgetown; 2B: Luke Seaback, Georgetown; SS: Robby Ramos-Caro, Rouse; 3B: Garrett Bodine, Cedar Creek; OF: Ryan Neitsch, Georgetown; Dalton Porter, Georgetown; Austin Hewitt, Cedar Park; Hunter Savarese, Georgetown; DH: Ryan Fiala, Cedar Park; UT: Matthew McMillan, Connally

Second team — P: Jack Brinley, Georgetown; Benjamin Garrison, Cedar Creek; Jacob Harkins, Elgin; Mak Sexton, Cedar Park; Gage Boehm, Hutto; Grant Wood, Georgetown; Wesley Gafford, Georgetown; C: Jacob Navejas, Elgin; 1B: Tyler Kelly, Hutto; 2B: Ryder Hernandez, Cedar Park; SS: Evan Sparks, Cedar Park; 3B: Jeffrey David, Georgetown; OF: Jonathan Gonzales, Elgin; Cody Kelch, Rouse; Nate Alarcon, Cedar Park; Clay Vinklarek, Cedar Creek; Mason Mooreman, Connally; DH: Logan Drake, Georgetown; UT: John Dominguez, Rouse

District 25-5A

MVP: Mason Bryant, Sr., P/OF, McCallum

Newcomer: Victor Mendoza, So., P, Austin High

Coach: Jacob Alvarez, McCallum

First team — P: Sam DiCarlo, Sr., LBJ; Eric Worden, Sr., McCallum; Clayton Sheridan, Sr., Austin High; Luis Adame, Jr., Lanier; C: Walker Kohler, So., LBJ; 1B: Tucker Ebest, Jr., LBJ; 2B: Ivan Pizano, Sr., Lanier;3B: Justin Rodriguez, So., Travis; SS: Harrison Lee, Sr., LBJ; OF: Mikey Humprey, Sr., Austin High; Noah Hernandez, Jr., Austin High; Alexis Viramontes, Jr., Travis; Koehler Vandament, Sr., McCallum; DH: Cole Ross, Sr., McCallum; UT: Davis Roe, Sr., McCallum

Second team — P: Jack Murphy, So., LBJ; Josh Cardenas, Fr., Crockett; Jason Westberry, Sr., Travis; C: Paul Castro, So., Austin High; 1B: Ben Koch, Jr., Austin High; 2B: Dominic Leibas, Jr., Travis; 3B: Reace Lane, Sr., McCallum; SS: Francisco Ruiz, Jr., Travis; OF: Nate Moore, Jr., LBJ; Jordan Deutsch, Sr., Crockett; Wyatt Ezell, Jr., Austin High

District 26-5A

MVP: Lance Ford, Sr., Kerrville Tivy

Newcomers: Ericcson Meier, Jr., Boerne Champion; Garrett Leggitt, Jr., Medina Valley

First team — P: Grant Gaspard, Sr., Dripping Springs; Chris Weber, Sr., Boerne Champion; Jeremy Thompson, Sr., Boerne Champion; Hunter Grimes, Sr., Kerrville Tivy; 1B: Brady Delgado, Jr., Kerrville Tivy; 2B: Ramiro Cervera, Jr., Boerne Champion; SS: Michael Gresham, Jr., Boerne Champion; 3B: Raine Uecker, Sr., Boerne Champion; C: Travis White, Fr., Kerrville Tivy; Brendon Burgess, Sr., Seguin; Justin Taylor, Sr., Dripping Springs; OF: Jordan Thompson, Sr., Boerne Champion; Luke Boyers, So., Boerne Champion; Reed Beverly, Sr., Dripping Springs; Brittan Howeth, Sr., Dripping Springs; Cole Modgling, Jr., Medina Valley; Milan Walla, Sr., Kerrville Tivy; DH: Richard Fulghum, Sr., Medina Valley; Brayden Wieding, Jr., Seguin; UT: Jordan Hoyle, Sr., Dripping Springs

Second team — P: Michael Hernandez, So., Seguin; Nathan Sheppard, Sr., Seguin; Logan Hersom, So., Lockhart; Nick Gullo, Jr., Dripping Springs; Devon McCluskey, Sr., Medina Valley; 1B: Isaac Martinez, Sr., Lockhart; 2B: Cole Steubing, Sr., Medina Valley; SS: Cole Crosby, So., Alamo Heights; 3B: Cole Miears, So., Kerrville Tivy; C: Konner Beavers, Jr., Boerne Champion; Jacob Essenburgh, Sr., Medina Valley; Cole Mixon, So., Kerrville Tivy; OF: Homer Guerrero, Sr., Medina Valley; TJ Stephenson, Sr., Marble Falls; Nathan Koch, Jr., Dripping Springs; Jimi Silva, Sr., Lockhart; Jose Viveros, Sr., Kerrville Tivy; Hayden Haas, Jr., Seguin; DH: Nico Ramirez, Jr., Dripping Springs; UT: Walter Evans, Jr., Alamo Heights

District 9-4A

Co-MVPs: Jacob Wilk, Sr., Salado; Drew Dobbins, Sr., Salado

Offensive MVP: Mac Miller, Sr., Salado

Defensive MVP: Miguel Torres, Sr., Taylor

Newcomer: Ace Whitehead, Fr., Lampasas

First team — P: Ryan Oakes, Sr., Salado; Wyatt Cheney, Sr., Liberty Hill; Miguel Torres, Sr., Taylor; Joel Cruz, Sr., Taylor; C: Kimble Schuessler, So., Llano; 1B: Mac Miller, Sr., Salado; 2B: Pudge Carlisle, Jr., Liberty Hill; SS: Jacob Wilk, Sr., Salado; 3B: Rustin Hale, Jr., Salado; OF: Belton Farr, Sr., Salado; Grant Ornalez, Sr., Liberty Hill; Gabe Jewett, Sr., Taylor; Ace Whitehead, Fr., Lampasas; DH: Zach Hefner, So., Glenn; UT: Drew Dobbins, Sr., Salado

Second team — P: Garret Pogue, Sr., Liberty Hill; Marty Ybarra, So., Lampasas; Justin Lang, So., Llano; Daniel Vasquez, Jr., Glenn; C: Easton Canales, Sr., Taylor; 1B: Jared Langford, Sr., Burnet; 2B: Noah Saucedo, So., Glenn; SS: Ethan Roscoe, So., Lampasas; 3B: Cole Harms, Jr., Taylor; OF: Rowen Guerra, So., Liberty Hill; Reid Dylrumple, Sr., Burnet; Jaxson Denton, Fr., Burnet; Gage Berry, Sr., Lampasas; DH: David Heath, Jr., Salado; UT: Max Marin, Sr., Salado

District 25-3A

MVP: Taylor Smith, Gateway Prep

Offensive player: Blake Rambush, Gateway Prep

Defensive player: Wells DeLeon, Johnson City

Pitchers: Cole Johnson, Gateway Prep; Ty Preiss, Blanco

Newcomer: Griffin Johnson, So., Blanco

Coach: John Broussard, Gateway Prep

First team — Zane Callan, Sr., Lago Vista; Eddie Calzoncit, Jr., Blanco; Kelby Cox, Sr., Blanco; Ian Crittenden, Sr., Ingram Moore; Matt Edgar, Sr., Florence; CJ Gidelus, Sr., Florence; Will Granberg, Sr., Blanco; Trent Gwaltney, So., Comfort; Jakob Harm, Sr., Lago Vista; Brett Harris, Sr., Johnson City; Jackson Hunter, Jr., Blanco; Andres Ibarra, Fr., Comfort; Joey Martin, Sr., Comfort; Seth McAlister, Sr., Gateway Prep; Dillon McKee, So., Lago Vista; Cooper New, So., Comfort; Tyler LaRue, Jr., Blanco; Layne Powers, Fr., Lago Vista; Isaac Rhone, Jr., Lago Vista; EJ Sanchez, So., Gateway Prep; Braden Stueler, Jr., Johnson City; Ty Tilson, So., Gateway Prep; Chris Varljen, So., Gateway Prep; Justin Wardlow, Jr., Blanco; Garrison Wood, Sr., Johnson City

Second team — Sebastian Acevedo, Sr., Comfort; Aiden Adair, So., Johnson City; AJ Briscoe, Jr., Blanco; Zac Callan, Sr., Lago Vista; Roy Carlson, So., Florence; Nick Chalman, So., Gateway Prep; Brayden Clark, Sr., Lago Vista; Tyler Emanuel, Sr., Lago Vista; Mason Haffner, So., Comfort; Thomas Houle, So., Gateway Prep; Jake Hurley, Sr., Lago Vista; Noah Krieger, Fr., Gateway Prep; Logan Ledger, So., Johnson City; Clay Leggett, Jr., Lago Vista; Justin Harris, Jr., Ingram Moore; Lance Hobbs, Jr., Johnson City; JD Truslow, So., Gateway Prep; Justin Trussell, Sr., Florence; Peyton Van Dyke, Sr., Blanco



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