Oxford Hills (South Paris)
Mr. Baseball finalist
A starter since his freshman year, when he helped the Vikings take home a state title, Croteau was a Mr. Baseball finalist this spring after leading Oxford to the Eastern Maine Class A championship.
The 6-foot-6 righty went 7-1 on the season and played his best ball in the playoffs, leading the Wildcats to the Class B crown and a No. 1 state ranking by MaxPreps. He’ll play for the University of Southern Maine.
The 6-foot-3 righty starred at pitcher and shortstop for the Flyers, leading them to an 18-13 record and a state tournament berth. He was one of seven finalists for the Mr. Baseball award.
Mr. Baseball finalist led the Rams to the Eastern Class A semifinals. An Underclass All-Star last year, he also singled and scored in the senior contest held in late June.
Saint Dominic (Auburn)
Mr. Baseball finalist
One of the state’s best players the past two years, Theriault was a Mr. Baseball finalist after leading St. Dom’s to the Western Class C championship, where the Saints fell to eventual state champ Dirigo.
The 6-foot-2 southpaw was a Mr. Baseball finalist after leading the Yachtsmen (30-5) to the state semifinals. He threw three no-hitters on the year and was named Western Class B Player of the Year.
Keyed a talented pitching staff that advanced to the Class A semifinals before falling to eventual champ Westbrook. Drove in three runs to lead the West squad to a 7-3 win in the Senior All-Star Game.
Won the state’s prestigious Winkin/Mr. Baseball award after going 6-1 with a 1.02 ERA to lead the Ponies to the Eastern B semifinals. Had an 18-3 record in his four years on varsity, a stint that included a Class C championship in 2012.
Thornton Academy (Saco)
The University of Maine commit struggled a bit on the mound — at least by his lofty standards — to start the season but made up for it at the plate hitting over .400 with four home runs in the regular season. He was a finalist for Gatorade State Player of the Year honors.
The state’s Gatorade Player of the Year, Greenberg keyed the Red Storm’s 13-1 start to the season. A 6-foot-1 Fordham recruit, he went 6-1 with a 0.54 ERA and hit .415.
C: Matt Brenner, Marshwood, Sr.
1B: Anthony Capuano, Bangor, Sr.
IF: Will D’Agostino, Falmouth, Jr.
IF: T.J. Frost, Dirigo, Sr.
IF: Max McCoomb, Marshwood, Sr.
OF: Mitchell Powers, Cheverus, Jr.
OF: Gabe Smith, Winslow, Sr.
P: Jordan Morrow, Stearns, Sr.
P: Gabe Stearns, Bucksport, So.
UT: Bailey Train, Greely, Jr.
UT: Jonah Normandeau, Greely, Sr.