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South Kitsap’s McCarty headed to WSU

South Kitsap baseball player Mac McCarty has committed to play at Washington State. As a junior during the spring, McCarty helped the Wolves reach the Class 4A state championship game for the second consecutive year.

McCarty was the Narrows League pitcher of the year. He finished the season with an 11-2 record.

McCarty took an official visit to WSU a month ago. Central Washington and St. Martin’s were two other schools he was considering.

Several Kitsap players named to All-State baseball team

South Kitsap’s Tyler Ludlow was named to the Class 4A All-State first team and Logan Knowles was named to the second team as the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association released its All-State team on Tuesday. Bainbridge’s Tino Peleti was named to the Class 3A first team.
Olympic’s Shane Matheny was named to the Class 2A first team for the third time. Bremerton’s Zach Zurbrugg earned a second-team nod as did Sequim’s Brett Wright.

Washingston State Baseball Coaches Association All-State team
Class 4A
First Team
Jacob Prater Wenatchee INF 11
Brandon Kelliher Lake Stevens P 12
Haakon Lande Snohomish INF 12
Jack Bauer Union C 11
Joe Wainhouse Kentridge INF 12
Hayden Humphrey Battle Ground INF 12
Kye Dye Cascade P 12
Mitchell Morimoto Issaquah OF 12
Cody Hawken Union INF 11
Tate Budnick Edmonds-Woodway C/P 12
Luke Heimlich Puyallup P 11
Ethan Paul Newport INF 11
Kyle Francis Redmond P 12
Jacob Crone Eastmont P 12
Jake Vieth Stadium INF 12
Brenden Illies Puyallup C 11
Steven Machtolf Gonzaga Prep P 12
Matt Sutherland Eastmont P 12
Tyler Ludlow South Kitsap Utility 12
Quin Rawson Puyallup INF 12
Second Team
Logan Knowles South Kitsap OF 12
Grady Miller Wenatchee P 10
Blake Christopher Camas INF 12
Scott Sunitsch Todd Beamer OF 12
Tyson Karstetter Moses Lake INF 11
Anthony Gosline Gonzaga Prep INF 12
Curtis Perrin Skyview INF 12
Tyler McDowell Puyallup OF 12
Alex Jondal Ferris Utility 12
Brandon Thompson Bellermine Prep OF 12
Sam Dacus Kentridge P 12
Tim Yoshihara Ferris OF 12
Lee Wunderlich Woodinville C 12
Rafi Ibarra Mount Vernon INF 12
Joel Condreay Kentridge INF 12
Mick Vorholf Eastlake P 12
Hunter Bingham Monroe OF 12
Alex Kiel Henry Jackson C 12
Drew Lunde Skyline P 12
KJ Brady Cascade OF 12
Karver Pate Lewis and Clark INF 12
4A Player of the Year: Luke Heimlich- Puyallup HS
4A Coach of the Year: Marc Wiese Puyallup HS

3A ALL STATE TEAM
First Team
Michael Gretler Bonney Lake INF 12
Jake Kolterman Decatur P 12
Zach Usselman Mount Si C 12
Cody Anderson Marysville Pilchuck P 12
Ryan Mets North Thurston INF 12
Andrew Haley Columbia River OF 12
Henry Hedeen Stanwood OF 12
Bryce Peterson Enumclaw OF 12
Sam Boone Shorewood P 12
Matt Mercer Timberline P 11
Riley Storedahl North Thurston P 12
Andy Atwood O’Dea INF 11
Stewart Fairchild Seattle Prep OF 12
Kory Longaker Shorewood INF 12
Tino Peleti Bainbridge Island INF 12
Andrew Summerville Lakeside P 12
Pierre LeDorze O’Dea OF 12
Drew Rasmussen Mount Spokane P 12
Dylan Wilbert Kennewick C 12
Spencer Locati Walla Walla INF 12
Isaac Bernard Hanford OF 12
Dakody Clemmer Mountain View P 12
Second Team
Brady O’Keefe Wilson P 12
Bryce Williamson University INF 11
Christian Lawler Mercer Island P 12
JJ Hancock Kennewick OF 12
Jeffrey Morgan Auburn Mountainview OF 11
Harrison Jacobs Shorewood OF 10
Ray Rude Glacier Peak INF 12
Colton Plew Kennewick INF 12
Ian Oxnevad Shorewood P 11
Evan Johnson Mount Si OF 12
Jacob Anderson Hanford P 11
Dominic DeMeiro Mountlake Terrace INF 12
Andy Cosgrove Juanita INF 11
Tyler Givins Stanwood INF 12
Kyle Celli Bishop Blanchet INF 12
Branson Barnecut Glacier Peak INF 12
Taylor Havilcek Decatur INF 11
Morgan McCullough West Seattle INF 10
Taiki Green Bonney Lake OF 12
Will Hall Seattle Prep INF 12
Seth Rayburn Columbia River P 12
3A PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Andrew Summerville- Lakeside HS
3A COACH OF THE YEAR: Dana Papasedero – Lakeside HS

2A ALL STATE TEAM
First Team
Max Tilton Mark Morris Utility 12
Christian Parsons Sumner P 12
Zach Rohrbach White River INF 12
John Lyon Lake Washington P 12
Garrett Terrell Tumwater OF 12
Shane Matheny Olympic INF 12
Colton Sandhofer Cedarcrest INF 12
Tanner Gueller WF West C 12
Jordan Owen Tyee C 12
Riley Larsen Granite Falls INF 12
Matt Irving Anacortes P 11
Ryan Dorney Archbishop Murphy P 12
Gage Burland East Valley Spokane P 12
Jordan Lafave Lake Washington INF 12
Junior Ledgard Ellensburg P 12
Luc Powers-Hubbard Sumner INF 12
Jordan Wittenberg Lynden INF 10
Fabian Gutierrez Selah INF 12
Cameron Campbell Ellensburg INF 12
Connor Anderson Fife INF 12
Second Team
Jackson Conn Sedro Woolley C 12
Sawyer Sims Cheney P 12
Tanner Ruffe RA Long OF 12
Colby White Prosser OF 12
Zach Zurbrugg Bremerton Utility 12
Tanner Therian Pullman OF 12
Brett Wright Sequim OF 12
Ty Johnson Anacortes C 11
Connor Eggleston Clarkston INF 12
Logan Christianson Sumner P 12
Brady Hulings RA Long INF 12
Ryan Ross West Valley Yakima INF 12
Oscar White Bellingham OF 12
Jared Douglas Anacortes INF 12
Jaden Hassell Fife OF 10
Matt Hisken Kennedy INF 12
Toby Johnson WF West INF 12
Ryan Gayte Hazen P 11
Luke Hare Tumwater Utility 12
Riley Johnson White River C 10
2A Player of the Year: Junior Ledgard Ellensburg HS
2A Coach of the Year: Todd Gibson Ellensburg HS

CLASS A-B ALL STATE TEAM
First Team
Hunter Huddleston Woodland 12
Dustin Wilson Rochester 12
Timbo Taylor Brewster 10
Cam Walker Naches Valley 12
Trevor Huddleston Woodland 11
Aaron Fritts Republic 11
Austin Forsyth Connell 12
Milo Hulsten Liberty Bell 12
Ben Etzell Coupeville 12
Austin Arrington Pe Ell 12
Taylor Roelofs Charles Wright Academy 12
Patrick Jacobs Colfax 12
Jamie Heystek Lynden Christian 12
Cameron Richman DeSales 11
Jesse Bollen Eatonville 12
Ben Kelleran Overlake-Bear Creek 12
Zac Chamberlain Tenino 12
Otis Cooper Friday Harbor 12
Peter Perkins Overlake-Bear Creek 11
Jake Phipps Freeman 12
Sam Scrabeck Neselle 12
Second Team
Chase Wells Naches Valley 10
Mason Elliott Cashmere 11
Daryl Galloway Desales 12
James Deaton Kiona Benton 12
Parker Stohr Highland 12
Matt Kaiser Overlake-Bear Creek 12
Mason Swenson Concrete 12
Adam Eskil Desales 12
Colton Sterba South Whidbey 12
Mike Allen Cascade Levenworth 12
Dylan Fosnacht Rochester 12
Nate Williamson Castle Rock 12
Nick Camenzind Elma 12
Tristin Parton Cascade Levenworth 12
Taylor Logan Highland 12
Donavan Tesch Wilber-Creston 12
Matt Jubb Desales 12
Curtis Handy Nooksack Valley 11
A-B Player of the Year: Cam Walker- Naches Valley
A-B Coach of the Year: Bill Walker- Naches Valley

All-State baseball nominees released

The West Sound Senior All-Star game is Monday at the Fairgrounds at 4 p.m. (the Softball Showcase is going on at the same time).
Usually, it’s a doubleheader, but a lack of seniors this year has it down to a single nine-inning game.
Each year, 10 players from the game are nominated to play in the Senior All-State series in Yakima. This year, the game is being played after the deadline so the 10 nominees are out. Here’s the 10:
1. Matheny – 3B (2A) Olympic HS
2. Ludlow – 1B/C (4A) South Kitsap HS
3. Knowles – INF (4A) South Kitsap HS
4. Zurbrugg – C (2A) Bremerton HS
5. Wright OF – (2A) Sequim HS
6. Cartharius P/OF – (2A) Olympic Hs
7. Pinkerton C/1B – (4A) South Kitsap HS
8. Johnston P/1B – (2A) Sequim HS
9. Paulson OF/C – (4A) South Kitsap HS
10. Rabedeaux INF – (2A) Kingston HS
We should find out either Sunday or Monday which of these nominees made the cut.

Four Bainbridge players named All-Metro baseball

All-Metro League
MVP—Andrew Summerville, Lakeside
Coach of the year—Dana Papasedero, Lakeside
First team
P—Andrew Summerville, sr., Lakeside; Andrew Helean, sr., Lakside; Brett Green, sr., Bainbridge; Ethan Clements, sr., O’Dea.
C—Scott Graham, sr., O’Dea; Graham French, sr., West Seattle; Sam Tiffany, sr., Bainbridge.
INF—Will Hall, sr., Seattle Prep; Tino Peleti, sr., Bainbridge; Andrew Summerville, sr., Lakeside; Kyle Celli, sr., Bishop Blanchet; Morgan McCullough, so., West Seattle; Andy Atwood, jr., O’Dea.
OF—Duncan McCombs, jr., Bainbridge; Sam Holberg, sr., Bishop Blanchet; Max Cummings, jr., Nathan Hale; Izac Bauer, sr., Chief Sealth; Pierre LeDorze, sr., O’Dea
DH—Stuart Fairchild, sr. Seattle Prep.
UTL—Reed Servizi, sr., Bishop Blanchet.
Second team
P—Jackson Hazzard, jr., Seattle Prep; Ben Wexler, sr., West Seattle; Merle Rowan-Kennedy, sr., Chief Sealth; Duncan McCombs, jr., Bainbridge.
C—Connor O’Brien, sr., O’Dea; Adam Hinthorne, sr., Lakside.
INF—David Becker, sr., Lakside; Ben Kussie, sr., Bainbridge; Don Legrone, so., Rainier Beach; Ethan Clements, sr., O’Dea; Merle Rowan-Kennedy, sr., Chief Sealth; Cameron Slader, sr., West Seattle.
OF—Dylan Vchulek, sr., Bainbridge; Louis Papsdorf, sr., Franklin; Addison Hull, jr., Eastside Catholic; Sam Leach, so., Nathan Hale.
DH—Jackson Chilcott, so., Chief Sealth.
UTL—Spencer Elder, Sr., West Seattle;
Honorable mention—Bainbridge, Brian Kozlosky, Carter Krans, Trent Schultz, Jack Post, Max Thomas.

SK baseball reaches 4A title game

South Kitsap’s baseball team jumped on Wenatchee early and came away with a 10-0, six-inning win Friday in its Class 4A semifinal game at GESA Stadium in Pasco. The Wolves play either Puyallup or Woodinville in Saturday’s championship at 4 p.m.

Reaching the title game for a second consecutive year, South Kitsap scored two runs in the first inning and six more in the second against Wenatchee. Senior Logan Knowles started the game on the mound and went three innings, while junior Mac McCarty finished out the game. Both will be available to pitch in Saturday’s final.

McCarty finished 4-for-4 at the plate with two doubles. Hunter Riley ended the game with a two-RBI single in the sixth.

South Kitsap lost to Skyview 8-5 in last year’s championship.

Matheny named Olympic League baseball MVP

For the second consecutive year, Olympic’s Shane Matheny was named Olympic League baseball MVP.
The Washington State signee led West Sound in batting average at .453 with 10 RBI.
Klahowya coach Dan Zuber was named coach of the year.
Two sets of brothers made the first team: Klahowya’s Jacob and Ryan Gotchall and Bremerton’s Zane and Zach Zurbrugg.

All-Olympic League Baseball
MVP—Shane Matheny, sr., Olympic
Coach of the year—Dan Zuber, Klahowya
Sportsmanship—North Mason
First team
1B—Alberto Castorena, so., Olympic
2B—Zane Zurbrugg, so., Bremerton
3B—Ryan Gotchall, jr., Klahowya
SS—Jacob Gotchall, jr., Klahowya
C—Zach Zubrugg, sr., Bremerton
OF—Leif Klinger, so., North Kitsap; Brett Wright, sr., Sequim; Jace Bohman, so., Port Angeles.
P—Daniel Burggraaf, jr., North Mason; Kole Milyard, so., North Kitsap; Nick Johnston, sr., Sequim.
DH—Nash Gowin, so., North Kitsap
Utl—Kipp Cartharius, sr., Olympic
Second team
1B—Adam Lemmon, sr., North Kitsap
2B—Evan Hurn, so., Sequim
3B—Brady Brann, jr., North Kitsap
SS—Logan Ciaciuch, jr., Port Angeles
C—Connor Green, jr., North Kitsap
OF—Brandon Mikkelborg, jr., Klahowya; Jacob King, sr., Port Townsend; Ethan Boyer, so., Port Angeles.
P—Jordan Shepherd, sr., Port Angeles; Taylor Saylor, jr., Bremerton; Beau Rabedeaux,
DH—Jordan Sheperd, sr., Port Angeles
Utl—Sean Dwyer, jr., Port Townsend
Honorable mention—OF—TJ Jensen, jr., North Kitsap; Miles Sustad, jr., Kingston; Ryan Huddleston, jr., Olympic. SS—Hunter Hohmann, jr., North Mason, Beau Rabedeaux, sr., Kingston; Anthony Amicangelo, so., Bremerton; Dylan Lott, fr., Sequim. 2B—Tanner Zuber, jr., Klahowya. 3B—Ryan Mudd, sr., Port Angeles. 1B—Larsson Chapman, sr., Port Angeles; Sam Sandell, sr., North Mason. DH—Hunter Shelton, sr., Olympic; Tyler Benson, sr., North Mason. C—Dylan Hannum, sr., Olympic; Cole Rabedeaux, so., Kingston. P—Nigel Christian, so., Sequim; Travis Paynter, so., Port Angeles; Chase Bauer, so., North Mason; Jon Henningsen, jr., North Mason; Cody Russell, sr., Port Townsend; Tanner Rhodefer, jr., Sequim; Melvin Santos, so., Olympic. Utl—Max Teising, sr., North Kitsap.

South Kitsap sweeps Narrows 4A baseball awards

South Kitsap swept the awards in the All-Narrows League 4A team. Tyler Ludlow was co-MVP. Mac McCarty was the top pitcher and Marcus Logue was the coach of the year.
Tyler Pinkerton, Hudson Kimble, Tanner Paulson and Logan Knowles joined them on the first team.

All-Narrows League 4A
MVPs—Tyler Ludlow, sr., South Kitsap; Jake Veith, sr., Stadium.
MVP pitcher—Mac McCarty, jr., South Kitsap.
Coach—Marcus Logue, South Kitsap.
FIrst team
P—Leif Hansen, sr., Olympia; Michael Toglia, so., Gig Harbor.
C—Tyler Pinkerton, sr., South Kitsap; Mark Sluys, sr., Gig Harbor.
Inf—Josh Christoffer, sr., Olympia; Justin Hinkle, so., Stadium, Hudson Kimble, jr., South Kitsap; Mason Selby, sr., Gig Harbor; Grant Sutton, jr., Gig Harbor.
OF—Logan Knowles, sr., South Kitsap; Tyler Mick, so., Stadium; Tanner Paulson, sr., South Kitsap; Evan Slate, jr., Central Kitsap; Brandon Thompson, sr., Bellarmine.
Utl—Justin Polzin, jr., Yelm.
DH—Caron Barnett, jr., Olympia.
Second team
P—Darious Cook, sr., Stadium; Griffin McCormick, so., Central Kitsap; Harry Stenberg, sr., Bellarmine.
C—Matt Gunn, sr., Stadium; Riley Paschal, sr., Central KItsap.
Inf—Sterling Brown, sr., Gig Harbor; Trace Florek, sr., Yelm; Hunter Riley, so., South Kitsap; Nick Roberts, so., Central Kitsap; Nolan Wiler, so., Central Kitsap.
OF—Josh Allen, sr., Olympia; Drew Barnett, sr., Gig Harbor; Conor Scanlan, sr., Gig Harbor; Brandon Thompson, fr., Yelm; Michael Van Orden, sr., Stadium; Kendal Yaegle, so., Central Kitsap.
Utl—Patrick Kaerstner, sr., Bellarmine; Jordan O’Conner, so., Stadium.
DH—Berent Onarheim, jr., Central Kitsap.
Honorable mention—South Kitsap, Cooper Canton jr., Conner Sharp. Central Kitsap, Christian Miller, jr., Collin Palau, jr., Chandler Manson, sr., Aki Buckson, so.

194-pitch game in Rochester goes national

Tuesday, a pitcher in Rochester in southwest Washington threw 194 pitches and took a shutout into the 15th inning of game that went 17 innings.

Deadspin picked it up and said the coach no regrets it.

Here’s another take on it from ESPN.

Here’s the AP story:
ROCHESTER (AP) — A long, long start for a Washington state high school pitcher caught the attention of Tampa Bay Rays ace David Price.
Rochester’s Dylan Fosnacht threw 194 pitches as he took a shutout into the 15th inning of a tournament game Tuesday, The Chronicle of Centralia reported (http://is.gd/zTKhzT ). The right-hander wound up with a no-decision when his team beat La Center 1-0 in the 17th inning.
Fosnacht struck out 17 while allowing seven hits and three walks.
Price took notice of the performance on Twitter, telling Fosnacht “you’re a beast … but let’s be a little smarter brotha!!” Price suggested his coach should be fired for letting the young pitcher risk injury by staying in the game so long.
Rochester coach Jerry Striegel told The Chronicle he checked in with his pitcher every inning to make sure he was OK.
Fosnacht responded by noting that he’s not a major league prospect or even a regular pitcher. He’s an infielder who pitches every now and then, and he’s happy he gave his team a chance to win.
“I personally loved every minute of it and it’s a great memory to have,” he wrote on his Twitter feed.
The opposing starter was pretty sharp, too. La Center’s Trevor Roberson worked the first 12 innings, striking out 13 and allowing two hits without a walk.