District champion Shelbyville earned three of the league’s six superlatives, led by overall Most Valuable Player Kolby Parker, with the release of the District 23-2A All-District Baseball Team for 2019.
Shelbyville’s Cole Ferguson was named the league’s offensive MVP, and the Dragons’ Zach Hubbard was named Coach of the Year. Other top honors went to Dayton Dewberry of Garrison (Defensive MVP), Reid Taylor of Woden (Pitcher of the Year) and Garrison’s Alex Slowikowski (Newcomer of the Year).
Voting was conducted by the league’s coaches.
Pitcher: Gary Hancock, Garrison; Landon Woodfin, Gary; Zack Clark, Shelbyville; Gage Griffin, Woden; Catcher: Chace Rodriguez, Garrison; Infield: Colin Linebarger, Gary; Dakota Beckham, Gary; Braden Courtney, Timpson; Sam Jones, Shelbyville; Luke Alvis, Woden; Kane Key, Garrison; Outfield: Kaleb Campbell, Shelbyville; Trenton Luna, Woden; Austin Colle, Garrison; Payton Chamness, Gary; DH: Khristian Goree, Woden; Utility: Trace Clark, Shelbyville; Ethan Askins, Gary.
Pitcher: Hayden Jenkins, Tenaha; Caleb Graves, Woden; Colton Snider, Martinsville; Drew Wise, Garrison; Garrett Askins, Timpson; Catcher: Jaydan Cockerham, Gary; Infield: Jalen Amidon, Woden; Tyler Spivey, Garrison; Jon Grogan, Timpson; Trenton Ramsey, Joaquin; Hunter Royce, Mount Enterprise; Treor Wilburn, Shelbyville; Outfield: Holden Ritter, Gary; Frederick Christopher, Garrison; Tristan Adkison, Garrison; Michael Spears, Shelbyville; DH: Logan Harper, Joaquin; Utility: Grady Clay, Shelbyville.
Gary: Lane O’Neal, Ty Ransom; Garrison: Garner Hancock, Britt King, Andrew Slowikowski; Tenaha: Brandon Soto, Trenton Hass, Jaurmez Brock, Kemyson Gray; Joaquin: Jayden Cater; Martinsville: Call Murdock; Shelbyville: Ty Merirman; Mount Enterprise: Jonathan Wright, Jacob Denby, Kristian Dean; Timpson: Miguel Flores, Cody Hodge.