SECOND TEAM

P: Trace Richey, Sr., Borden County: Richey, who was named to the TSWA all-state first team, went 5-0 on the mound his junior season. The District 6-2A Pitcher MVP posted a 1.1 ERA and struck out 74 batters.

C: Austin Britton, Sr., Post: Britton batted .424 with a .990 fielding average en route to being named the District 4-2A Defensive MVP.

1B: Drew Webb, Sr., Shallowater: Webb was named to the District 2-3A first team. He helped the Mustangs win the district championship and advance to the regional quarterfinals.

2B: Carson Mason, Sr., Post: Mason was named to the District 4-2A second team after a 26-6 season for the Antelopes. Post advanced to the Class 2A regional semifinals.

3B: Nathan Sullivan, Jr., Abernathy: Sullivan, who earned co-Offensive Player of the Year honors, recorded 42 hits in 26. He displayed plenty of power out of the corner a year ago.

SS: Carson Hauk, Sr., Plainview: Hauk was named the District 3-5A Offensive MVP his junior season. He received a TSWA all-state honorable mention.

OF: Caeden Jenkins, Jr., Monterey: Jenkins was named to the first team at outfielder in a competitive District 4-5A.

OF: Hunter Pitaniello, Sr., Lubbock Christian: He received TAPPS Class 3A all-state honorable mention accolades. Pitaniello helped the Eagles win their third straight state title a season ago.

OF: Ryan Wilborn, Sr., Borden County: Wilborn was named to the District 6-2A first team. With no 1A districts but a 1A postseason, he helped the Coyotes reach the tournament for the first time.

DH: Brandon Coronado, Sr., New Deal: The District 3-2A Defensive MVP hit .488, recorded 28 RBIs, scored 36 runs and stole 10 bases.

P: Jorge Mendiaz, Sr., Levelland: The District 2-4A Pitcher MVP posted a 3.77 ERA and struck out 64 batters through 75 2/3 innings. Mendiaz went 10-2 on the mound last season.

P: Brock Erculiani, Sr., Frenship: The District 2-6A first team selection, who finished last year 6-5 on the bump, posted a 1.90 ERA and struck out 49 batters through 62 1/3 innings. He also scored 31 runs.

P: Alex Glass, Sr., Floydada: Glass finished last season with a 7-4 record on the mound. The District 3-2A first-teamer posted a 3.2 ERA and struck out 49 batters through 50 innings of work.