All - County Baseball - Balto. County

June 10, 2005|By Pat O'Malley

Player of the Year

Steve Johnson, St. Paul's

Johnson capped a record-breaking four-year career as the only four-time All-Metro baseball player. He went 10-2 with a 1.27 ERA and led the No. 4 Crusaders with a .485 average, 33 runs and a state record 19 doubles.

Johnson was 34-6 for his career, the second-most wins in state history, and his 331 strikeouts rank fifth all-time.

Named the Gatorade Maryland Player of the Year, Johnson, who pitched a no-hitter and perfect game this season, also set state career records for runs (147), hits (156) and doubles (41).

Coach of the Year

Lou Eckerl, Calvert Hall

Eckerl led the Cardinals to their first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title since 2000 and a 31-1 record, a state record for wins.

Eckerl handled his pitching staff well and put his confidence in an underclass middle infield in junior second baseman Pat Carmen and freshman shortstop Kevin Lingerman.

First team

Name School Cl Pos

Nate Curd St. Paul's Sr. P

Neal Davis Catonsville Jr. P

Steve Johnson St.Paul's Sr. P

Rob Waskiewicz Calvert Hall Sr. P

Joe Velleggia Calvert Hall Jr. C

Brad Rifkin Park Sr. 1B

Gerard Sokolis Eastern Tech Sr. 1B

Andrew DePaola Hereford Sr. 2B

Scott Krieger Calvert Hall Sr. 3B

Vince Stella Eastern Tech Sr. SS

Steve Bumbry Dulaney Jr. OF

Mike Newton Calvert Hall Sr. OF

Ken Primeaux Perry Hall Sr. OF

Second team

Name School Cl Pos

David Brady Sparrows Pt. Sr. P

Brandon Erbe McDonogh Sr. P

Ryan Rivers Eastern Tech So. P

Tim Sexton Calvert Hall Sr. P

David Caldwell Loyola Sr. C

Mike Dougherty Calvert Hall Sr. 1B

Pat Carmen Calvert Hall Jr. 2B

Steve Shultz Hereford Sr. 3B

Jon Gill Park Jr. SS

Akeem Richards Overlea Sr. SS

Jason Green Lansdowne Sr. OF

Josh Kempa Eastern Tech So. OF

Nick Wojnowski Calvert Hall Sr. OF

Note: Teams selected by Pat O'Malley after consultation with The Sun staff and area coaches.

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