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Baseball Honor Roll

Sam Agnew

Cattaraugus-Little Valley

Senior

This pitcher/shortstop was a Division 2 first-team choice who was selected as the Timberwolves’ MVP in each of the past two seasons. … Hit .462 with 24 hits, 23 RBIs, 24 runs scored, 16 stolen bases and 17 walks this season. … Fanned just four times all year, and recorded an on-base percentage of .606.

Zach Buckley

Fredonia

Senior

An All-WNY honorable mention and a CCAA first teamer for the Class B state title winners … Class B all-state third-team choice. … Hit .333 with 30 runs scored, 25 RBIs, seven doubles, a pair of triples, a home run and 14 stolen bases. … Gullo noted that his play at catcher during the NYSPHSAA?state finals made him “the talk of the tournament.”

Jon Coe

Westfield

Senior

A catcher, Coe was chosen to the first team of the CCAA Division 3 all-stars after helping to lead the Wolverines to the Section 6 Class C final. … Was a Class C all-state fifth-team choice. … Hit .401 in league play with four triples and 18 RBIs despite missing time due to an injury. … Threw out 17 of 24 runners who attempted to steal against him.

Trevor Enterline

Ripley

Senior

This pitcher was selected to the third team of the Class D all-state squad and to the first team of?Division 4. … Was named the Wallace L. Johnson boys athlete of the year at Ripley. … This season, managed to earn both a win and a save in a victory over West Valley as he fanned 12 and threw the first five innings, took a breather, and then closed out the game in the seventh. … Tossed a complete-game shutout with eight strikeouts, and also went 4-for-4 with three RBIs, in a victory over Ellicottville.

Jude Gardner

Fredonia

Senior

An outfielder who earned a selection to the sixth team of the Class B all-state squad and to the Division 1 second-team unit. … Gardner hit .430 this season with 32 runs scored and 23 RBIs in helping to lead the Hillbillies to a NYSPHSAA Class B state title. … During the state tournament he went 3-for-6 with a triple and four runs scored.

Matt Hallowell

Cassadaga Valley

Senior

A pitcher/infielder who hit .364 for the Division 2 winners while driving in 10 runs. … On the hill, went 4-2 with a 2.33 ERA. … Tossed a complete-game victory with four strikeouts and three walks against Frewsburg, clinching for the Cougars at least a share of their first Division 2 title in nearly 40 years. … Was a Class C all-state sixth-team and a Division two first-team selection.

Nolan Hunt

Westfield

Sophomore

Hunt, a pitcher and first baseman, was the Division 3 co-player of the year and a Class C all-state fourth-team selection. … In league play he hit .468 and stole a team-high 21 bases. … Also drove in a team-leading 30 RBIs. … On the mound he went 5-0 with a 0.98 ERA. … Called by his coach, Doug Kaltenbach, “the best first baseman I’ve seen around here.” … Played errorless ball at first all season.

Bram Johnson

Jamestown

Senior

A designated hitter and outfielder, Johnson was named an All-WNY honorable mention and was an ECIC first-team selection. … He hit .476 (20-for-42) with 17 runs scored, 15 RBIs and five stolen bases. … Won the Jamestown Gold Glove award in 2012 and 2013, and was named the Red Raiders’ team Most Valuable Player after this season.

Tage Johnson

Frewsburg

Junior

This infielder and pitcher led the Bears with 27 RBIs, eight doubles, seven triples and a pair of roundtrippers. … Was an All-WNY honorable mention, a Class C all-state fourth teamer and was also a Division 2 first-team choice. … Hit .443 (31-of-70) over 22 games, scoring 28 runs and reaching base at a .539 clip. … Went 5-3 on the mound, striking out 61 in 49 innings with an ERA of 3.00.

Scot Laurie

Brocton

Senior

This pitcher was a Class D all-state third-team selection, a Division 4 first-team choice and an All-WNY honorable mention. … Tossed a team-high 31 innings, scattering 23 hits and allowing 14 earned runs. … He struck out 49. … At the plate, he led the Bulldogs with a .422 average, 17 runs scored and a double. … Reached base at a .559 clip.

Will Lucas

Maple Grove

Senior

The Division 3 co-player of the year, this second baseman hit .487 in league play, and .419 overall. … He stole nine bases, drove in 20 runs and slugged .726. … He struck out just nine times all year. … Was selected to the seventh team for the Class C all-state squad.

Kyle McIntyre

Panama

Senior

A?Division 3 first-team selection for the Panthers, this pitcher was later selected by the NYSSWA to the Class D?all-state fifth team. … Hit a Division 3-leading .635. … Season highlights include a four-hit (including a double), four-stolen base performance against Westfield and a complete-game shutout victory – he scattered just three hits and fanned 10 – in a win over Clymer, the eventual Class D quarterfinalists.

Winfred Nelson

Pine Valley

Junior

An shortstop/pitcher who helped lead the Panthers to a Section 6 Class D title and an appearance at the NYSPHSAA state tournament. … He was an fourth-team Class D all-state choice and a Division 3 first teamer. … Batted .309, scored a team-high 31 runs, drove in 15 more and collected four doubles and two triples. … Won seven games for the Panthers, and struck out 57 in 49 innings.

Kenny Oakes

Cassadaga Valley

Senior

The Division 2 player of the year and a Class C all-state second-team choice, this right-hander was a perfect 5-0 on the hill this season, hurling 41 innings with 41 strikeouts, four walks and a mere 1.53 earned-run average. … Hit .351 with 19 RBIs, 14 runs scored, four doubles and a triple.

Jordan Patterson

Brocton

Senior

An infielder, Patterson was a Class D all-state fourth teamer who led the squad with a .463 batting average, three doubles, 14 RBIs and 13 stolen bases. … His on-base percentage was .593 and he scored a team-leading 19 runs on the season.

Ryan Robson

Sherman

Junior

A Class D all-state fifth-team choice and Division 4 first teamer. … A pitcher who went 7-6 (he was the winning pitcher in all of Sherman’s victories this season), and won five straight during a late-season run. … In 81 innings, he fanned 136 and surrendered just 27 earned runs for a 3.33 earned-run average. … At the plate, he led the team in runs scored (14) and stolen bases (8), and had a .482 on-base percentage.

Jake Sisson

Jamestown

Junior

An ECIC second-teamer, Sisson was named the Red Raiders’ Most Valuable Hitter when he batted .308 with a pair of doubles, a triple and nine RBIs.

Collin Stack

Maple Grove

Junior

This shortstop was named to the seventh team of the Class D all-state squad and to the first-team of the Division 3 unit. … Hit nearly .600 in league play (.575 to be exact) and .439 overall with a .682 slugging percentage. … Swiped 11 bags, drove in 20 runs and struck out a mere five times.

Spencer Sticek

Pine Valley

Senior

Earned Class D all-state second-team honors after connecting for team-highs in batting average (.420), hits (34), at-bats (81), triples (2), on-base percentage (.505) and stolen bases (14 in 16 attempts). … Was an All-WNY honorable mention and a Division 3 first-team choice. … Scored 27 runs and drove in 17 more.

Tyler Swanson

Pine Valley

Senior

A first-team Class D all-state choice as a pitcher, Swanson won five games, struck out 77 in a team-leading 65 innings for the Section 6 champions. … He was also an All-WNY honorable mention and a Division 3 first teamer. … Hit .338 (23-of-68) with 20 runs scored, 19 RBIs, seven doubles and a triple.

Trent Thompson

Fredonia

Senior

A?Class B?all-state second-team and an All-WNY second-team selection, Thompson was also named the CCAA?Division 2 pitcher of the year. … In the NYSPHSAA?state semifinal victory over Ogdensburg Free Academy, the right-hander surrendered two runs on six hits and also drove in a team-high three runs. … Was a perfect 8-0 this season with a 1.42 ERA. … Over 69 innings, he fanned 58 batters.

Cam Voss

Fredonia

Sophomore

In 52 innings, this southpaw went a perfect 7-0 with 58 strikeouts and a 1.20 earned-run average. … He surrendered a mere 28 hits and nine earned runs. … Was selected to the Class B all-state fourth team, and was a Division 2 second-team selection . … Is an unblemished 12-0 on the hill over his two-year career. … Tossed a complete-game one-hitter with five strikeouts to lead Fredonia past Section 3’s Clinton, 7-0, in the NYSPHSAA?Class?B?title game. … Hit .403 with 21 runs scored and 23 RBIs.

Jake Wiggers

Clymer

Junior

A centerfielder, Wiggers was named to the first-team of the Division 4 all-star squad. … He hit .417 (15-of-36) with 22 runs scored, 15 RBIs, four doubles and a triple. … Sported a .596 on-base percentage and was a perfect 9-for-9 in stolen base attempts. … Scattered 17 hits and 12 earned runs with 27 strikeouts over 20 innings pitched.