State Gatorade Player of the Year went 7-2 with five complete games and an ERA just over 1.00 on the mound while also batting over .300.
Matt St. Amour
Missisquoi Valley Union, senior
Three-sport star athlete had his best baseball season ever, batting a career-high .479 and also going 5-1 with a 2.29 earned-run average on the mound.
Led team to Division I final going 5-1 with a sub-0.70 ERA and was also a capable batter.
Champlain Valley, senior
Led team to second straight Division 1 state championship going 7-1 with an ERA below 0.30 and also batting over .350 with 13 RBI.
Despite being an underclassmen he was one of top hitters in the state with a .475 average and 15 RBI.
Great defensive motor in the middle infield and a solid hitter at the plate, helped lead team to D-I semis.
Otter Valley, senior
Tossed a one-hitter in the Division II final to lead team to first state championship in 37 years.
Almost singlehandedly led team to the D-I state championship game, pitching a one-run game into the ninth inning and knocking home the first run in a 2-1 semifinal loss.
Blue Mountain, senior
Versatile corner infielder and right-handed pitcher was one of the top two-way talents in the state.
Led team to Division 3 state title, pitching a three-hitter in the final and batting .418 on the year with 17 RBI and eight doubles.
Kirk Fontana, sr., Champlain Valley; Zack Stewart, sr., Burr and Burton; Josh Rylant, sr., Colchester; Tommy Fitzgerald, jr., Rice; Will Conroy, sr., Rice; Luke Dolan, sr., Mt. Mansfield; Nate Moore, sr., South Royalton.