All - County Baseball - Howard

June 10, 2005|By Rick Belz

Player of the Year

David Walters, River Hill

He produced the best overall season of any county player, contributing at the plate, on the mound and at shortstop.

Even though the Hawks lost four starters for various reasons in the middle of the season, he still was able to lead his team within one game of the county title.

The senior batted .507 with 10 doubles, two triples, three home runs, 28 runs and 24 RBIs. He also was 6-2 with a 1.72 ERA. Walters will play next year at Spartanburg Methodist in South Carolina.

Coach of the Year

David Jackson, Wilde Lake

Jackson's team did what no other Wilde Lake baseball team could do in the school's 34-year history. It won a regional championship and made it to the state final.

Not much was expected from Wilde Lake this season, and with a 4-16 record entering the 3A playoffs, its chances of winning a regional title seemed remote.

But Jackson, an emergency coach, led the Wildecats on a five-game playoff run.

First team

Name School Cl Pos

Ed Bach Atholton Sr. P

Derrick Nason Reservoir Sr. P

David Walters River Hill Sr. P

Dan Shillingburg Centennial Sr. C

Jason Turen River Hill Sr. 1B

Greg Merson Reservoir Sr. 2B

Steve Lombardozzi Atholton So. SS

Charles Swenson Mount Hebron Jr. 3B

Alex Bechta Centennial So. OF

Tony Cipro Mount Hebron Sr. OF

Tyler O'Neill Oakland Mills Sr. OF

Mike Richardson Glenelg Sr. DH

Second team

Name School Cl Pos

Kevin Cannella Mount Hebron Sr. P

Josh Futter Wilde Lake Fr. P

Hunter Kitchens Glenelg Fr. P

J. P. Debrowski Glenelg Sr. C Tom Bowen Glenelg Sr. 1B

Austin Drewyer River Hill Jr. 2B

Derek Chell Mount Hebron Sr. SS

Austin Harclerode Centennial So. 3B

Ron Curley Howard Sr. OF

Danny Decker Wilde Lake Sr. OF

David Lee Reservoir Sr. OF

Justin Heintz Hammond Sr. DH

Note: Teams selected by Rick Belz after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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