COACH OF THE YEAR
Mitch Walters, Northwestern (Rock Hill)
After guiding the Trojans to their seventh consecutive Region III AAAA championship, Walters helped Northwestern win its first upper state title.
P Grant Holmes (PLAYER OF THE YEAR), Conway, 6-2, Sr.
The South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year posted a 4-1 record and a 0.35 ERA on the mound. At the plate, Holmes maintained a .305 batting average and a .494 on-base percentage.
P Charlie Barnes, Sumter, 6-2, Sr.
In Game 1 of the Class 4A state championship, the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association AAAA All-State Player of the Year helped the Fighting Gamecocks to a 6-1 win with masterful work on the mound.
C Mike Webb, Indian Land (Fort Mill), 6-1, Jr.
Webb batted .500 while recording seven home runs, 10 doubles and 35 RBI.
1B Donell Stanley, Latta, 6-4, Sr.
The South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association Class A Player of the Year maintained a .508 batting average while helping the Vikings advance to the state championship.
2B Jared Williams, Gilbert, 5-10, Sr.
Williams earned all-state recognition from the South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association after helping the Indians collect more than 20 wins.
SS Madison Stokes, A.C. Flora (Columbia), 6-3, Sr.
The South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association Class AAA Player of the Year batted .463, scored 38 runs and drove in 21 runs en route to leading the Falcons to the state title.
3B William Creech,Wilson Hall (Sumter), 5-11, Sr.
Creech batted over .300 while tallying 15 RBI and scoring 13 runs while helping the Barons post a 28-1 record.
OF Hunter Renfrow, Socastee (Myrtle Beach), 6-0, Sr.
The three-time all-conference player led his team in all offensive and defensive categories. He batted .489 and stole 21 bases.
OF Josh Crump, Northwestern (Rock Hill), 5-8, Sr.
Crump batted .389 while driving in 36 runs. The senior posted a .609 on-base percentage while only striking out six times in over 100 plate appearances.
OF Chase Watts, Rock Hill, 6-4, Sr.
The South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association all-state honoree maintained a .396 batting average while recording nine doubles, three triples and a home run.
P Tanner Chock, Loris, 6-0, Sr.
P Adam Hill, Hanna (Anderson), 6-5, Jr.
C Tyler Romanik, Blythewood, 6-4, Jr.
1B Drew Ellis, Blythewood (Columbia), 6-4, Sr.
2B Philip Watcher, Sumter, 5-7, Sr.
SS Justin Hawkins, Mid-Carolina (Prosperity), 6-2, Sr.
3B Marshall Pratte, Lexington, 6-0, Sr.
OF T.J. Hopkins, Summerville, 6-2, Jr.
OF Sam Adams, Saluda, 6-2, Sr.
OF Jaden Savage, Fort Mill, 6-0, Sr