From Staff Reports
Junior pitcher Chase Hampton earned overall Most Valuable Player honors, and state semifinalist Kilgore added four other superlatives with the release of the District 16-4A All-District Baseball Team for 2019.
Bulldog teammates Gus Witt and Khalon Clayton shared Offensive MVP honors, while Connor Martin was named the league’s Defensive MVP and Kilgore took staff of the year honors.
Spring Hill’s Caden Noah shared Pitcher of the Year accolades with Bullard’s Colton Bowman, and Spring Hill’s Colin Martin was named Newcomer of the Year.
Voting was conducted by the district’s coaches.
Pitcher: Hunter Hollan, Spring Hill; Hagen Smith, Bullard; Mason Kelley, Bullard; Derrick McCellon, Gilmer; Catcher: Jaxon Heckel, Chapel Hill; First base: Logan Avant, Spring Hill; Dakotah Wallsworth, Bullard; Second base: Cade Pippen, Kilgore; Third base: Dylan Hutchison, Spring Hill; Shortstop: Bryce Burns, Gilmer; Outfield: Duece Ervin, Kilgore; Jayce McFarland, Kilgore; Caleb Medford, Henderson; Colten Beaudet, Chapel Hill; Gage Wakefield, Bullard; Utility: Zak Jordan, Gilmer; Designated hitter: Cole Thomson, Kilgore.
Pitcher: Braden Johnson, Kilgore; C.J. Gardner, Bullard; Cole Bradley, Henderson; James Adams, Chapel Hill; Jackson Gullatt, Cumberland Academy; Catcher: Ryley Sharp, Bullard; First base: Collin Everett, Henderson; Second base: Ryan Lepire, Spring Hill; Third base: Landry Lasseter, Bullard; Shortstop: Trent Gregson, Spring Hill; Bryce Jewell, Bullard; Outfield: Ethan Tidwell, Spring Hill; Dustin Walls, Chapel Hill; Aaron Mills, Cumberland Academy; Tanner Fowler, Bullard; Utility: Will Blalack, Cumberland Academy; Grant Couture, Gilmer.