The results were released on Wednesday for the 2019 All-Henderson County baseball and softball teams, honoring the best players from the region.
LaPoynor senior pitcher Dawson Fortner receives Player of the Year and King of the Hill as he went undefeated at 10-0 with a 1.10 ERA in 50.2 innings and 82 strikeouts. He also batted .408 with 21 RBI's, 19 runs and 16 stolen bases.
LaPoynor senior catcher Dawson Turner takes Offensive Player of the Year as he batted .547 with an OBP of .618, hit three home runs and 26 RBI's, scored 26 runs and stole 29 bases.
LaPoynor freshman infielder/pitcher Kase Johnston receives Defensive Player and Newcomer of the Year with a fielding percentage of .940, with 22 putouts on 25 attempts and 50 total chances along with a .400 batting average, a home run, 24 RBI's, 14 runs and 17 stolen bases. He only struck out three times.
Malakoff pitcher Riggin Smith is Sophomore of the Year with a 6-1 record, 45.2 innings, 26 strikeouts and a 2.90 ERA.
Malakoff — sophomore infielder/pitcher Erik Waldo and sophomore first baseman Cole Gaddis.
Mabank — senior utility player Chandler Carter.
Brownsboro — junior shortstop Gage Wehrmann, junior outfielder Kelton Jay, senior first basemen/pitchers Carson Booth and Braydon Ballard and senior catcher Jonny Surlet.
Eustace — senior infielder/utility player Kole Graham.
Malakoff — junior catcher Jake Little.
Cross Roads — junior catcher Eli Wilson, junior pitcher Trent Watson and junior shortstop Tucker Watson.
Eustace — sophomore first baseman Carson Kelly, senior pitcher Kobe Borchardt and sophomore pitcher Cade Adair.
Eustace — sophomore pitcher Sam Marquez and junior pitcher David Gilbreath.
From Eustace, freshman pitcher Brooklyn Moore and junior shortstop Dawson Davlin share Newcomer of the Year. At the plate, Moore batted .323 and Davlin, in her first year at Eustace, batted .358 and took the 18-AAA Newcomer of the Year.
Moore also receives Pitcher of the Year with 67 innings and 72 strikeouts. She threw a no-hitter in a 1-0 victory on March 29th at the Rice Bulldogs and received the 18-AAA Co-Pitcher of the Year.
Sophomore of the Year goes to Eustace sophomore utility player Alyssa Lane, who batted .413, fielded .925 and took home the 18-AAA Utility Player of the Year award.
Eustace — sophomore outfielder Lauren Herring.
Eustace — sophomore catcher/outfielder Kayla Lovelady.