This season when it came to competition, there was perhaps few conferences as competitive as the Lake Country Conference.

This season when it came to competition, there was perhaps few conferences as competitive as the Lake Country Conference.

Recently, the 2019 All-Conference awards list was released with several area baseball teams being represented on the list.

Fresh off one their most successful seasons in the last three years, the Plainview Indians landed three players on the list.

Britton Sperry was named as the Offensive Player of the Year for the Conference, after finishing the season with a .358 batting average to go with a .489 on base percentage. 

He also scored 33 runs with 29 RBI’s and 12 stolen bases. He also hit one home run this season.

On the mound he threw 22.1 innings while going 3-1 for the season with 24 strikeouts. 

Joining Sperry on the All-Conference list was Layne Davis and Braden Landis. 

Davis went 9-1 on the mound this season with one save, with his only loss coming against undefeated Blanchard. He threw 52 innings this season with a 2.01 ERA while allowing just 19 walks with 55 strikeouts. 

Landis finished this season with a .376 batting average with 44 hits, 28 RBI’s and 24 runs scored.

Representing the Sulphur Bulldogs on the team was Reese Ratchford, Nash Matlack and Taigen White. 

Ratchford was named as the LCC Newcomer of the Year, finishing with 43 hits for the season with eight doubles and two triples. He finished with 42 runs scored this season with 28 RBI’s while totaling a .439 average at the plate along with a .622 slugging percentage. 

Mattock finished with 23 hits this season, while totaling 21 RBI’s and 38 runs scored. He batted .426 at the plate.

White finished with 39 hits this season at the plate with eight doubles and two triples. He scored 46 runs this season with 26 RBI’s, finishing with a .375 batting average, and a .488 on base percentage.

On the mound, White went 7-1 this season with 49 innings pitched, finishing with a 2.71 ERA for the season in which he allowed just 41 hits for the year. 

Marietta was represented by Co-Pitcher of the Year Javier Sanchez, along with Trace Stewart and Seth Brown.

Sanchez went 8-2 on the mound this season, while totaling a .463 batting average with three home runs and an. 897 fielding percentage.

Stewart finished with a .684 average for the year with two home runs to go with an .821 on base percentage and an .819 fielding percentage.

Madill was represented by Case Coble and Ethan Nixon, while Dickson was represented by Bryce Tibbs and Rusty Beard. 

Lone Grove was represented by Casen Presgrove and Nate Sudderth.

Presgrove finished the season with a .352 average to go with a .388 on base percentage and a .527 slugging percentage. He totaled 32 hits for the season with 27 RBI’s and 25 runs scored, and a .782 fielding percentage.

Sudderth finished with a 1.83 ERA on the mound this season with a 5-3 record in 46 innings pitched. He allowed just 12 earned runs all season with 26 walks and 56 strikeouts.

At the plate the sophomore finished with a .305 batting average to go with a .437 on base percentage and a .451 slugging percentage with 25 hits and 16 RBI’s for the season.