All-Area Baseball Second Team
La Cañada High's Travis Clark was named to the All-Area Baseball Second Team. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)
First-team All-Pacific League pick hit .292 with 13 runs and eight RBI, while posting a 4-2 record with two saves on the mound and a 3.50 ERA.
Austin Brines, Senior, Utility, Crescenta Valley
Provided leadership and steady bat for the Pacific League champions, hitting .337 (30 for 89) with 12 RBI, 10 runs and a .442 on-base percentage to earn second-team All-Pacific League honor.
Tanner Carrico, Senior, Pitcher, Crescenta Valley
Often overlooked, turned in a stellar senior season with a 1.69 ERA over 41 1/3 innings, a 4-3 record, .798 WHIP and 33 strikeouts to 10 walks.
Travis Clark, Senior, Outfielder, La Cañada
All-Rio Hondo League second-team honoree batted .338 (22 for 65) with eight doubles, 11 runs batted in and 11 runs, while showing his worth on the mound with a 2-3 record and 2.41 ERA.
Adrian Damla, Senior, Infielder, Crescenta Valley
Solid in the field at first base, Damla, a Pacific League honorable mention, had a knack for reaching base, posting a .442 on-base percentage, .293 batting average, 18 runs and 20 walks.
Daniel Enzminger, Senior, Outfielder, Flintridge Prep
All-Prep League second-teamer hit .343 (24 for 70) with 13 RBI, 15 runs and 11 stolen bases.
Max Haddad, Junior, Infielder, Burroughs
All Pacific League second-team pick hit .308 with a team-leading 24 hits to go along with 12 RBI and 10 runs scored.
Sean Harris, Senior, Outfielder, Glendale
Posted a .319 average (22 for 69) with 15 runs, 11 RBI, eight doubles and five stolen bases to aid the Nitros’ turnaround season.
Thomas Keller, Sophomore, Catcher, Providence
First-team All-Liberty League honoree had a .419 average with 26 runs , six doubles, 13 RBI and 11 stolen bases.
Cole Rademacher, Senior, Utility, Flintridge Prep
All-around phenomenal athlete was an All-Prep League first-team pick with a .372 (29 for 78) average, 22 runs and 20 stolen bases.
Jimmy Smiley, Junior, Pitcher, Crescenta Valley
Posted excellent numbers in a second-team All-Pacific League season with a 5-2 record and a 1.00 ERA over 41 2/3 innings with a .720 WHIP and 42 strikeouts to only seven walks.
Thad Wilson, Junior, Infielder, Glendale
On a team that hit just .243, the second-team All-Pacific Leaguer led the Nitros with a .412 average (28 for 68) to go along with nine runs, nine stolen bases and 11 walks.