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Herald-News All-Area Baseball: Meet the team

Plainfield South's Jordan Mikel throws a pitch during a game this season against Minooka. Mikel was effective on the mound and hit 10 home runs and 10 doubles this season in becoming a first-team all-area selection. | Larry W. Kane for Shaw Media. Minooka won 6 to 5 in 8 innings.
Plainfield South's Jordan Mikel throws a pitch during a game this season against Minooka. Mikel was effective on the mound and hit 10 home runs and 10 doubles this season in becoming a first-team all-area selection. | Larry W. Kane for Shaw Media. Minooka won 6 to 5 in 8 innings.

DAVID ASCENCIO

Plainfield Central, Jr., 3B

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Hit .407 (37 for 91) with 11 doubles, four home runs and 20 RBIs ... Had a .514 on-base percentage and .659 slugging percentage for a 1.173 OPS ... Coach John Rosner: “David won both regular-season games against Plainfield East with late-inning big hits. He led our team in most offensive categories. Teams constantly had to game plan for him, and a lot of times ended up pitching around him. He also is a very solid third baseman. He made several huge plays to secure wins.”

KONNOR ASH

Plainfield South, Sr., P/1B/2B

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Finished 7-3 with a 1.37 ERA ... Pitched 611⁄3 innings, allowing 36 hits and 19 walks while striking out 91 ... Hit .328 (38 for 116) with 10 doubles, two home runs and a team-leading 35 RBIs ... Will pitch at Missouri ... Coach Phil Bodine: “Konnor was dominant on the mound, as well as hitting in the 4-spot in our lineup.”

AJ ASHLEY

Lincoln-Way West, Sr., OF/DH

Highlights: SouthWest Suburban Red Offensive Player of the Year ... Hit .494 (40 for 81) with eight doubles, four triples, one home run and 23 RBIs ... Had a .512 on-base percentage and .728 slugging percentage for 1.240 OPS ... Will play at JJC ... Coach Jake Zajc: “AJ was an outfielder and DH this year, coming off an injury.”

BRANDON BENNITT

Lincoln-Way Central, Jr., 2B/DH/P

Highlights: All-SouthWest Suburban ... Team MVP ... Hit .429 (33 for 77) with seven doubles, five triples, one home run and 11 RBIs ... Had a .532 on-base percentage and .688 slugging percentage for a 1.220 OPS ... Posted a 1.26 ERA in 162⁄3 innings and struck out 21 ... Coach Mitch Nowicki: “Brandon hit over .400 and also was a pitcher that came in to successfully close three of our four playoff games.”

JON BUTLER

Minooka, Sr., CF

Highlights: Southwest Prairie Conference co-MVP ... Hit .427 with nine doubles, one triple, two home runs and 23 RBIs ... Had a .523 on-base percentage and .618 slugging percentage for 1.141 OPS ... Excellent defensive center fielder ... All-area in basketball ... Committed to play at Heartland Community College ... Coach Jeff Petrovic: “After Jon committed to Heartland, I’ve had lots of conversations with coaches [from four-year schools] about him. He is so fast and has such great instincts in the outfield and on the bases.”

RYAN KAUP

Providence, Jr., SS

Highlights: All-Catholic League Blue ... Hit .506 (41 for 81) with four doubles, one triple, one home run and 14 RBIs ... Had .582 on-base percentage and .617 slugging percentage for a 1.199 OPS ... Coach Mark Smith: “Ryan had an amazing junior year. He won the shortstop job midway through the season and never looked back. He was voted the most improved on our team and also the most valuable.”

HAYDEN LACZYNSKI

Minooka, Jr., SS

Highlights: Southwest Prairie Conference co-MVP ... Hit .364 with a .481 on-base percentage and .561 slugging percentage for a 1.047 OPS ... Had eight doubles, two triples and three home runs ... Excellent defensive shortstop ... Coach Jeff Petrovic: “What a special kid Hayden is. You don’t see many kids who are four-year varsity starters at shortstop, which he will be. He battled, put balls in play and found some power, hit the ball with authority, this season. He has a great work ethic.”

NATE MADEJ

Lemont, Sr., P/1B

Highlights: All-South Suburban Blue ... Entered the sectional 10-0 with two saves and a 0.91 ERA ... Struck out 95 and walked 16 in 612⁄3 innings ... Hit .339 (20 for 59) with two doubles, two triples, one home run and 19 RBIs ... Had a .442 on-base percentage and .492 slugging mark ... Will play at Florida Southwestern State ... Coach Brian Storako: “Nate should be considered for Player of the Year in the Herald-News area.”

NICK MAYERHOFER

Plainfield South, Sr., SS

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Excellent defensive shortstop ... Hit .429 (45 for 105) with four doubles, two triples, one home run and 20 RBIs ... Had a .538 on-base percentage and .533 slugging percentage for a 1.071 OPS ... “Nick is a four-year varsity player and the best defensive shortstop I have had in my 27 years as a head coach.”

JOJO McNAIR

Joliet Central, Sr., OF

Highlights: All-SouthWest Suburban ... Hit .393 (44 for 112) with a .452 on-base percentage and .482 slugging percentage ... Had four doubles, three triples and drove in 12 runs from leadoff spot ... Stole 36 base and was caught once ... Went 2-6 as a pitcher ... Excellent football player and starter in basketball ... Coach Kevin Fitzgerald: “When JoJo got on base, the field opened up for our hitters and made opposing pitchers throw stressful pitches.”

JORDAN MIKEL

Plainfield South, Sr., P/3B/2B/1B

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Hit .330 (37 for 112) with 10 doubles, 10 home runs and 24 RBIs ... Had a .444 on-base percentage and .688 slugging mark for a 1.132 OPS ... Went 4-3 on the mound with a 2.49 ERA ... Struck out 65 in 45 innings ... Coach Phil Bodine: “Jordan played all four positions [noted above]. He was our best athlete who could play anywhere. He was our Mike Squires [reference to the former versatile White Sox player].”

MICHAEL O’BRIEN

Joliet Catholic, Sr., 3B

Highlights: East Suburban Catholic Offensive Player of the Year ... Hit ..463 (31 for 67) with nine doubles, four triples and 12 RBIs ... Had a .549 on-base percentage and .716 slugging percentage for a 1.265 OPS ... Will play at St. Ambrose ... Coach Jared Voss: “Michael is a quick-twitch player with outstanding athleticism and speed. He is a catalyst out of the leadoff position and was probably the biggest reason for our success the second half of the season. He is a highlight reel at third base with a tremendous arm.”

CAM POST

Lincoln-Way Central, Sr., C/OF

Highlights: All-Southwest Suburban ... Four-year varsity regular ... Will play at Oakland University ... Hit .330 (30 for 91) with seven doubles, four home runs and 21 RBIs ... Had a .357 on-base percentage and .538 slugging percentage ... Coach Mitch Nowicki: “Cam is the best all-around baseball player that I’ve coached. He is a Division I catcher that also played center field and left field. He is the only four-year varsity starter in program history.”

JACKSON SHEPHERD

Minooka, Sr., P

Highlights: Southwest Prairie Conference Pitcher of the Year ... Finished 8-0 with a 1.59 ERA ... In 53 innings, allowed 44 hits and 17 walks while striking out 42 ... Hit .241 with two doubles, two home runs and 12 RBIs ... Coach Jeff Petrovic: “Jackson pitched a lot last summer and made himself into the pitcher of the year in a conference loaded with pitchers. He never got himself into trouble. He was very stingy, never giving away 90 feet for free.”

KC SIMONICH

Lemont, Sr., OF/1B

Highlights: All-South Suburban Blue ... Entered the sectional with a .412 average (42 for 102) in his first season at Lemont with eight doubles, four triples, 10 home runs and 38 RBIs ... Had a .496 on-base percentage and .863 slugging percentage for 1.359 OPS ... Struck out six times in 125 plate appearances ... Will play at Texas Tech ... Coach Brian Storako: “KC should be considered for player of the year in the Herald-News area.”

ALEX STEINBACH

Plainfield North, Sr., 3B

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Hit .410 (41 for 100) with five doubles, seven home runs and 33 RBIs ... Had a .534 on-base percentage and .670 slugging mark for a 1.204 OPS ... Excellent defensive third baseman ... Will play at Parkland College ... Coach John Darlington: “Alex had a tremendous season hitting and fielding. He has been a great senior leader for our young team.”

RYAN SUBLETTE

Lemont, Sr., P

Highlights: All-South Suburban Blue ... Entered sectional hitting .333 (23 for 69) with a .471 on-base percentage and .507 slugging mark ... Had three doubles, three home runs and 19 RBIs ... Posted an 8-1 record and a 1.71 ERA that was inflated by allowing nine earned runs in a loss to Providence ... Allowed 29 hits and struck out 70 in 49 innings ... Will pitch at Texas Tech ... Coach Brian Storako: “Ryan should be considered for player of the year in the Herald-News area.”

AIDAN TYRELL

Joliet Catholic, Jr., P/OF

Highlights: East Suburban Catholic Conference Pitcher of the Year ... Finished 4-1 with a 0.93 ERA ... Allowed 41 hits and 21 walks while striking out 66 in 53 innings ... Hit .321 (25 for 78) with three doubles and 24 RBIs ... Had a .451 on-base percentage ... Coach Jared Voss: Aidan is a three-sport athlete and a fantastic two-way player. He is a clutch run producer based on his 24 RBIs from the 2-hole. He also handles the bat extremely well. He pitched in most of our big games and is extremely competitive on the mound.”

SECOND TEAM

LOGAN ANDERSON

Providence, Jr., INF

Highlights: All-Chicago Catholic League Blue ... Hit .375 (39 for 104) with eight doubles, one triple, three home runs and 34 RBIs ... Coach Mark Smith: “Logan easily could have been our MVP. He played multiple positions, wherever we needed him. He hit in the 3-spot almost the entire season and had a had a very productive season.”

DANNY BORGSTROM

Morris, Jr., SS

Highlights: All-Northern Illinois Big 12 East ... Hit .419 with seven doubles, five home runs and 23 RBIs ... Had a .479 on-base percentage and .629 slugging for a 1.107 OPS ... Struck out six times in 117 plate appearances ... Coach Todd Kein: “Danny has been a staple for us both offensively and defensively for two seasons now. He can hit for average and power.”

CAM CERCONE

Plainfield Central, Sr., SS

Highlights: MVP of the WJOL/Don Ladas Memorial Tournament ... Hit .287 (27 for 94) and walked 26 times for a .473 on-base percentage ... Coach John Rosner: “Cam was the heart and soul of our team, leading by his actions and his message. His teammates would run through a wall for him if he asked. He has been a rock for us defensively, committing very few errors and making spectacular plays look routine.”

KYLE COCKRELL

Plainfield Central, Sr., 2B/P

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Hit .290 (27 for 93) with six doubles, one home run and 19 RBIs ... Was 6-2 on the mound with a 1.42 ERA in 49 1/3 innings ... Made only two errors at second base ... Coach John Rosner: “Kyle was a dual threat as our No.1 on the mound and our cleanup hitter ... He beat Minooka, giving up one unearned run in seven innings, and threw a three-hit shutout against Lockport in the WJOL Tournament. He is a constant positive and team leader. We would not have finished close to 23-10 without him.”

BRADY CORRIGAN

Plainfield North, Sr., P

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Will pitch at Arizona State ... Definite first-team candidate but missed last half of season with labrum tear ... Made six starts and finished 5-0 with a 0.44 ERA ... Allowed 12 hits and 18 walks while striking out 45 in 31 2/3 innings ... Coach John Darlington: “Brady is one of the best we we have ever had pitch for us at Plainfield North. His numbers the last two years are incredible.”

GAVIN DOYLE

Plainfield North, Jr., SS

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Hit .345 (40 for 116) with 10 doubles, one triple, eight home runs and 33 RBIs ... Had .423 on-base percentage and .655 slugging percentage for 1.079 OPS ... Excellent golfer ... Coach John Darlington: “Gavin had a great year hitting the baseball. He is a very intelligent player.”

SIMON GRASHOFF

Joliet Catholic, Jr., C

Highlights: All-East Suburban Catholic ... Hit .359 (33 for 92) with six doubles, two triples, three home runs and 31 RBIs ... Had a .423 on-base percentage and .565 slugging percentage ... Coach Jared Voss: “Simon is a baseball player with football mentality. He has tremendous power at the plate and grit and toughness behind the plate. He is an outstanding leader in the junior class in the football and baseball programs.”

PAYTON HUTCHINGS

Coal City, Fr., P/1B

Highlights: All-Interstate Eight ... Hit .317 (33 for 104) with 10 doubles, two triples, one home run and 21 RBIs ... Finished 8-3 on the mound with a 1.48 ERA ... Struck out 123 and allowed 35 hits and 20 walks in 66 innings ... Coach Jerry McDowell: “Payton is very coachable with a great work ethic. He is very calm and relaxed for a freshman. He has a great future ahead of him.”

AUSTIN KAVANAUGH

Gardner-South Wilmington, Sr., C/CF

Highlights: All-River Valley Conference ... Team co-MVP ... Hit .416 (37 for 89) with a .514 on-base percentage and .820 slugging percentage for a 1.334 OPS ... Had 11 doubles, five triples, five home runs and drove in 33 runs ... Stole 13 bases ... Coach Allan Wills: “AK has been the leader of our offense the past two seasons. He has a great combination of speed and power. He probably would have been one of the area’s better center fielders, but he had to catch most games because of injuries.”

AUSTIN MAROZAS

Plainfield South, Sr., P

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Went 3-3 with a 0.96 ERA ... Allowed 36 hits and eight walks while striking out 51 in 51 innings ... Winning pitcher in the championship game as the Cougars won the Phil Lawler summer state tournament last summer ... Coach Phil Bodine: “Austin’s ERA under one speaks for itself. He is going to Kentucky and will do great things there.”

BRADY MILLER

Plainfield North, Jr., P/INF

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Football quarterback and starter in basketball ... Hit .342 (39 for 114) with a .402 on-base percentage and .561 slugging percentage ... Went 4-2 on the mound with a 1.49 ERA ... Allowed 47 hits, walked 15 and struck out 66 in 56 1/3 innings ... Coach John Darlington: “Brady pitched great for us all season. He also is one of our best hitters.”

LOGAN O’BRIEN

Minooka, Sr., 1B

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Hit .352 with a .429 on-base percentage and .514 slugging percentage ... Had six doubles, one triple, three home runs and 30 RBIs ... Coach Jeff Petrovic: “Logan is a powerful, pure hitter, and he’s a special person. Putting baseball aside, he has unbelievable character.”

CONNOR PEPLOW

Plainfield North, Sr., OF/P

Highlights: Hit .302 (35 for 116) with nine doubles and 16 RBIs ... Finished 6-1 on the mound with a 1.30 ERA ... In 54 innings, allowed 26 hits and 25 walks while striking out 69 ... Will play at Illinois State ... Coach John Darlington: “Connor had a great senior season and pitched very well in our big games.”

JOE PRESTAMER

Lincoln-Way East, Sr., P

Highlights: SouthWest Suburban Blue Pitcher of the Year ... Went 6-1 with a 1.70 ERA ... Made eight starts and two relief appearances ... Walked 16 and struck out 50 in 49 1/3 innings ... Will pitch at Illinois Wesleyan.

ANTONIO SALDANA

Joliet Catholic, Sr., P

Highlights: All-East Suburban Catholic ... Will pitch at Iowa Western Community College ... Finished 7-2 with a 1.17 ERA ... Allowed 36 hits and 17 walks while striking out 82 in 59 2/3 innings ... Coach Jared Voss: “Antonio had a dominating senior season. At times he was unhittable. He is a future draft prospect.”

LOGAN SCHMITT

Plainfield East, Sr., P

Highlights: All-Southwest Prairie ... Went 6-4 with a 2.16 ERA ... In 55 innings, walked 17 and struck out 54 ... Coach Adam O’Reel: “Logan was one of our team leaders on and off the field. He did not always get great run support but battled all season for us. He is one of the top pitchers we have had at East since opening.”

MARCUS SEGUIN

Lincoln-Way West, Jr., P

Highlights: All-SouthWest Suburban Red ... Finished 6-2 with a 1.08 ERA ... Allowed 35 hits and struck out 47 in 58 1/3 innings ... Coach Jake Zajc: “Marcus threw very well for us all year.”

HUNTER SIMON

Seneca, Sr., SS/P

Highlights: All-Interstate Eight for third time ... Will play at Illinois Wesleyan ... Hit .506 (43 for 85) with five doubles, four home runs, 28 RBIs and 25 stolen bases ... Finished 4-4 on the mound with a 2.16 ERA ... Struck out 85 in 55 innings ... Coach Kirk Houchin: “Hunter broke the single-season batting average record and ended his career as our school’s all-time leader in hits and stolen bases. His four pitching losses were by a total of seven runs.”

THIRD TEAM

JAKE ANDERSON

Bolingbrook, Sr, SS/2B/P

Highlights: All-SouthWest Suburban Blue ... Team MVP ... Hit .301 (16 for 53) with five doubles and one triple ... Stole 12 bases ... Went 8-2 with a 2.69 ERA, two complete games and one shutout ... Struck out 44 and walked 11 in 44 innings ... Will play at Webster.

BRYCE BARNETT

Providence, So., P

Highlights: Finished 6-3 with a 2.92 ERA ... Allowed 40 hits and 24 walks while striking out 56 in 52 2/3 innings ... Hit .256 with two doubles, one home run and seven RBIs ... Committed to Arizona State ... Coach Mark Smith: “Bryce was our No. 1 pitcher and had a great first full season on the varsity. He was our Saturday starter and helped us win the regional.”

MALIK BINNS

Bolingbrook, Sr., RF

Highlights: All-SouthWest Suburban ... Hit .384 (25 for 65) with seven doubles, one triple, two home runs and 17 RBIs ... Stole 10 bases ... Also pitched ... Strong basketball player ... Committed to play baseball at Waubonsee Community College.

CAMERON FALK

Bolingbrook, Jr., 3B

Highlights: All-Southwest Suburban ... Hit .400 (26 for 65) with seven doubles, one home run and 16 RBIs.

LOGAN GRAHAM

Dwight, So., P/3B

Highlights: Hit .464 (39 for 84) with a .559 on-base percentage ... Had nine doubles, two triples, three home runs and 14 RBIs ... Went 5-3 on the mound with a 2.90 ERA ... Struck out 63 in 43 1/3 innings ... Coach Justin Stevenson: “Logan is a kid who does anything that is asked of him. He carried the offense at times.”

BLAKE HARSEIM

Coal City, Jr., SS/P

Highlights: All-Interstate Eight ... Hit .355 (38 for 107) with six doubles, one home run and 16 RBIs ... Went 5-2 with three saves and a 1.48 ERA in 66 innings on the mound ... Coach Jerry McDowell: “Blake is one of the most improved players in the area. He is the team’s leading regular hitter, and he pitched seven innings of no-hit ball in the regional championship. He is a hard worker who improved his game in all areas since last year.”

TYLER HORVATH

Romeoville, Jr., P/OF

Highlights: Went 2-5 with a 2.35 ERA ... Struck out 63 and 48 innings ... Hit .293 (29 for 99) with all three of the Spartans’ home runs and a team-leading 21 RBIs.

RYAN KING

Joliet Central, Sr., RF/C/1B

Highlights: Hit .355 (38 for 107) with eight doubles, five home runs and 29 RBIs ... Had a .454 on-base percentage and .570 slugging percentage for a 1.024 OPS ... Started in football and basketball ... Coach Kevin Fitzgerald: “Ryan had good home run and RBI stats.”

TOM LANGLEY

Joliet Central, Sr., C

Highlights: Hit .342 (38 for 111) with nine doubles, five home runs and 30 RBIs ... Had a .417 on-base percentage and .559 slugging percentage for .976 OPS ... Coach Kevin Fitzgerald: “Tom had good home run and RBI stats.”

BRENT MCDOWELL

Lockport, Sr., 1B/3B/MIF

Highlights: All-Southwest Suburban ... Hit .364 (32 for 88) with eight doubles, one home run and 21 RBIs ... Had a .500 on-base percentage and .489 slugging mark ... Will play at College of DuPage ... Coach Andy Satunas: “Brent was a consistent source of big hits and big RBIs. He also was a true team player, being able to play multiple positions when needed.”

HUNTER MURAWSKI

Reed-Custer, Sr., SS

Highlights: All-Interstate Eight ... Team MVP ... Hit .375 with two home runs, 16 RBIs ... Stole 13 bases.

ANDY PETERS

Morris, Sr., P/INF

Highlights: Finished 2-1 with a 2.47 ERA ... Threw three one-hitters ... In 34 innings, allowed 17 hits and struck out 56 ... Hit .300 (21 for 70) with three doubles, one triple, one home run and 14 RBIs ... Coach Todd Kein: “Andy had some great pitching performances. Offensively, he came on strong in the last third of the season while also hitting over .400 in conference play.”

NOAH PLUNGE

Joliet West, Sr., P

Highlights: All-Southwest Suburban ... Went 3-2 with a 2.02 ERA ... Coach John Karczewski: “Noah was our ace on the mound. We struggled to score runs when he pitched, but he kept us in every game he started and won some close ones. He struck out 62 guys in 45 innings and almost 10 per start. He was special to watch.”

ANGEL SALINAS

Lemont, Sr., 2B

Highlights: Hit .417 with 12 doubles, one triple and 19 RBIs ... Had a .521 on-base percentage and .562 slugging percentage for a 1.084 OPS ... Will play at Garden City Community College.

NICK STRYSIK

Lockport, Sr., OF

Highlights: All-SouthWest Suburban ... Hit .372 (32 for 86) with four doubles, two home runs and 16 RBIs ... Stole eight bases ... Had a .450 on-base percentage and .488 slugging percentage ... Coach Andy Satunas: “Nick was a three-year varsity starter. He took on the role as our 3-hitter and excelled against a very difficult schedule.”

CADE THORNBERRY

Plainfield Central, Sr., P

Highlights: Went 5-3 with one save and had a 1.66 ERA in 50 2/3 innings ... Walked 12 and struck out 45 ... Coach John Rosner: “Cade’s unique delivery led him to great success this year. He had a huge start where he beat Plainfield South. His ERA ranks among the best on our team and he started every week in conference against stellar competition.”

EDDIE WILKINS

Reed-Custer, Sr., P/3B

Highlights: All-Interstate Eight ... Went 4-3 with a 1.41 ERA ... Pitched 49 1/3 innings and recorded 81 strikeouts ... Hit .333 with seven homers and 29 RBIs.

GAOSH WILLIAMS

Providence, Sr., OF

Highlights: Hit .346 (18 for 52) with four doubles, one triple, three home runs and 12 RBIs ... Stole 22 bases in 24 attempts ... Coach Mark Smith: “A broken hand in late April cost Gaosh his season, but only playing 18 games he still put up amazing numbers. He was the heart and soul of our team and a big missing piece when he went down.”

SPECIAL MENTION

Jake Brnca, Coal City, Sr., OF/1B

Dom Connolly, Lemont, Sr., SS

Luke Faifer, Minooka, Jr., OF

Anthony Lullo, Lincoln-Way West, Jr., 2B

Dillon McCarthy, Plainfield North, Jr., CF

Jimmy Quinn, Lincoln-Way East, Sr., C

Jack Surin, Joliet Catholic, Sr., 1B/C

Mark Youngquist, Wilmington, So., SS

Danny Zimmeman, Lincoln-Way East, Jr., P

J.J. Zywiciel, Plainfield East, Sr., DH

HONORABLE MENTION

Bolingbrook: Jordan Jackson, Sr., 1B; Jeremiah Lebron, Sr., OF; Dylan Crouse, Sr., C; Dylan Murillo, Sr., P

Coal City: Austin Friddle, Jr., 3B/OF; Keegan Gagliardo, So., OF/P; Zack Nolan, Sr., OF

Dwight: Wesley Pulver, Sr., P/3B

Gardner-South Wilmington: Braden Marks, Sr., P/INF/OF/C

Joliet Catholic: Brendon Wills, Sr., P; Justin Conant, Jr., 2B

Joliet Central: Ricky Malmfeldt, Sr., 2B; Connor Lawson, Sr., OF/P

Joliet West: Nick Gulliford, Sr., OF; Eastin May, Sr., C

Lemont: Sean Haughey, Jr., P

Lincoln-Way Central: Tyler Schuerg, Sr., 1B; Devin Smith, Jr., P

Lincoln-Way East: Julian Everett, Jr., OF

Lincoln-Way West: Kyler Kopacz, Sr., P; Mike Majcher, Sr., C; Vinny Schroeder, Sr., OF

Lockport: Ryan Gabriel, Sr., P; Ben Davis, Sr., P

Minooka: Luke Faifer, Jr., OF; Cherokee Lebeau, Jr., 3B; Nick Airola, Sr., C

Morris: Kameron Dransfeldt, Jr., C; Jacob Overbeck, So., P; Payton Voitik, Jr., OF

Peotone: Dylan Keene, Sr., P

Plainfield Central: Rocky Pascente, Sr, C; Nate Yusko, Sr., P/1B

Plainfield East: Jacob Knoebel, Sr., 3B; Ryan Louck, Jr., P

Plainfield North: Greg Budig, So., C

Plainfield South: Nick Enloe, Sr., OF; Trey Stewart, Sr., 3B

Providence: Dylan Gorski, Jr., INF; Drew Hunniford, Sr., OF; Dakota Kotowski, Jr., OF/1B

Reed-Custer: Sam Lepper, Sr., C; Trevor McLaughlin, Fr., 3B/P

Romeoville: Fernando Perez, Sr., 1B; Zakk Suits, Sr., OF; Michael McGuire, Jr., P

Seneca: Sam Grushkin, So., SS/2B

Wilmington: Brock Bolser, Jr., OF; Sam Jones, Sr., INF, RJ VanDuyne, Sr., 1B

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