Multiple local boys named on SICL All-Conference Teams

First Team

Carson Crawford (Sigourney, Jr) – Throughout the season Carson Crawford played a big role in the Savages success with big hits and framing pitches behind the plate. On offense, Crawford led the team with 26 hits, 10 going for doubles and one triple while driving in 23 runs. He scored eight times and stole four bases on the season, at times being replaced with a courtesy runner once reaching base. He ended the year with a .633 slugging percentage and a .433 batting average and will be one of a handful of seniors next season who will look to continue leading the team.

Cameron Krumm (Tri-County, Sr) – One of the Trojans two seniors, Cameron Krumm led the way on offense and got some time on the mound as well. Krumm led the team with 18 hits, one double and two triples. He also scored 11 times and drove in three other runners. On the bases, Krumm was successful on 16 of 18 attempts and had a .439 on base percentage. He led the team with a .460 slugging percentage and a .360 batting average. He also made 12 mound appearances totaling 23 1/3 innings and struck out 26 batters.

Second Team

Josh Mohr (Sigourney, Fr) – One of the more talented underclassmen on the Sigourney roster, Josh Mohr was utilized as a utility man, along with some of his other teammates. Often batting in the leadoff spot, Mohr ended up with 17 hits, scored 24 times and drove in 13 more runs. He wound up with a .266 batting average and a .328 slugging percentage while starting in every game. He also made six appearances on the mound equaling 26 1/3 innings of work. Mohr had a 3-1 record and struck out 103 batters in the process.

Mac Conrad (Sigourney, Jr) – Staring in the outfield and brought in to close out situations on the mound, Mac Conrad was another important factor throughout the year. He was right up near the top in terms of his offensive stats which included 19 hits, scoring 22 times and drove in another nine runs. Conrad was one of the more effective Savages on base, staling 12 bases on 13 attempts. He finished up the season with a .345 batting average and a .382 slugging percentage. He was also brought in as the leading closer, making seven appearances. He struck out 11 and had a 1.83 ERA while holding opponents to a .129 batting average.

Dustin Haines (Sigourney, Jr) – Primarily playing infield but also contributing on the pitching rotation, Dustin Haines proved to be another utility type player. He had modest numbers at the plate which consisted of 16 hits, scoring 12 times and driving in another 10. He wound up with a .316 slugging percentage and a .281 batting average. Haines was also part of the pitching rotation, making nine appearances and ended up with a 3-2 record. In 32 2/3 inning of work, Haines struck out 27 batters and allowed 19 runs to score.

Honorable Mention

Brayden Monroe (Tri-County, So) – One of the primary starters on the mound, Brayden Monroe racked up 29 innings pitched this season in seven appearances. He faced the most batters and struck out 25. Monroe put up some modest numbers at the plate with 12 hits, four doubles, scored six times and drove in another eight runs. He finished the season with a .291 slugging percentage and a .218 batting average.

Tegon Fogle (Tri-County, So) – Another Trojan to be recognized for his contributions on the field was Tegon Fogle. He had nine hits on the season, scored seven times and drove in another seven runners. Fogle was successful on 14 of his 17 stolen base attempts resulting in a .309 on base percentage.

Nick Goad (Sigourney, Jr) – Referred to as the fireman on the team, due to throwing heat on the mound, Nick Goad was primarily a relief pitcher while also playing in the infield. He made nine appearances on the mound and had a 1-0 record through 16 1/3 innings, striking out 16 batters along the way. At the plate, Goad had 15 hits, scored 14 times and drove in another dozen runs. He finished the season with a .304 slugging percentage and a .268 batting average.

Tanner Mihal (English Valleys, So) – As only a sophomore, Tanner Mihal led the team with 21 hits and four doubles. He also scored 14 times and drove in another six runs. He finished out the season with a team high .424 slugging percentage along with a .356 batting average. Mihal got limited work on the mound by making seven appearances for a total of 7 2/3 innings.

Cooper Andreassen (English Valleys, Jr) – The second pitcher in line for the rotation, Cooper Andreassen recorded 42 2/3 innings of work over the span of eight starts and finished with a 1-6 record. Along the way, Andreassen struck out 41 batters and held his opponents to a .251 batting average. He also scored 14 times and had nine hits, one double and one triple while driving in four other runners. Andreassen finished up with a .316 slugging percentage and a .237 batting average.