Was nearly perfect on the mound, going 7-0 with a 0.13 ERA and 103 strikeouts and also batted .537 to earn Gatorade state Player of the Year honors.
Mifflin County, senior
The 6-8, left handed ace was selected by the Twins in the MLB Draft after a senior season where he had a 2.44 ERA and struck out 84 batters in just over 50 innings.
Right-handed flamethrower, who was selected in MLB draft and also is committed to North Carolina, went 5-2 with a 1.93 ERA and 80 strikeouts.
Lehigh recruit batted .481, was on base more than 50 percent of the time, scored 24 runs and had 20 RBI.
Bishop Guilfoyle, senior
Was on base more than half the time and had a .383 batting average. He scored 17 runs and knocked in 14 despite being pitched around and also had a 1.54 ERA on the mound.
Had a .537 batting average with 22 runs scored, 14 RBI and 10 extra base hits. He’ll play at Rider next year.
State College, senior
Binghamton recruit wasn’t allowed to hit much but still got on base 45 percent of the time with a .333 average, 18 runs and 17 RBI.
Committed to Arizona and considered the top in-state recruit for 2014, he batted .371 with 10 extra base hits and 22 RBI.
Pittsburgh recruit was on base over half the time and batted .448, with 18 RBI and 16 runs also had 0.52 ERA in relief.
Penn Manor, senior
Played for a .500 team but still managed four wins, a 1.91 ERA and 62 strikeouts on the mound while also batting .353.
Colton Hock, jr. Bloomsberg; Matt Roland, sr., Chestnut Hill; Dan Hrbek, sr., Pleasant Valley; Matt Davis, sr., Cumberland Valley; Rob Young, sr., North Hunterdon; Brian Brown, jr, Coatesville; Eddie Decker sr., Upper Moreland; Garrett Brooks, sr., Greensburg; Tom Richter, jr., Conestoga.