Baseball: Stuart Hall Sophomore Carrasco named BCL West MVP

Stuart Hall sophomore pitcher Ben Carrasco sets to send a pitch toward the plate against Lick-Wilmerding on April 30 at Skyline College in San Bruno. (Photo by Doug Ko)

Selections by Bay Counties League West coaches, not staff.

BCL West Most Valuable Player
Ben Carrasco, sophomore pitcher, Stuart Hall

First Team
Alex Asdourian, junior outfielder, Stuart Hall
Danny Baldocchi, senior first baseman, Lick-Wilmerding
Connor Bottom, senior catcher, Stuart Hall
Nikko Edwards, junior first baseman, Marin Academy
Andrew Hove, senior pitcher, Marin Academy
Gabe Howden, senior outfielder, Urban
Lucas Long, junior shortstop, Stuart Hall
Miles McCreary, senior shortstop, Marin Academy
T.J. Najera, senior pitcher, Stuart Hall
Will Page, senior outfielder, Lick-Wilmerding
Johnny Wallace, senior outfielder, Marin Academy

Second Team
Daniel Alexander, senior outfielder, Urban
Will Campbell, junior infielder, Stuart Hall
Harry Conrad, junior outfielder, Stuart Hall
Nick Corson, junior pitcher, Lick-Wilmerding
Gabe Flores, senior shortstop, Drew
Drew Forrest, junior second baseman, Lick-Wilmerding
Jonathan Macht, sophomore pitcher, Urban
Isaac Pollan, senior outfielder, Marin Academy
John Schember, junior catcher, University
Peter Schneider, sophomore second baseman, Marin Academy
Nate Stern, junior shortstop, Urban

Honorable Mention
Nick Brownrigg, senior outfielder, Lick-Wilmerding
Austin Gheen, senior catcher, Drew
Spencer Palmer, senior catcher, Stuart Hall
Andrew Thompson, sophomore pitcher, University
Lucca Tramontuzzi, freshman catcher, Urban
Austin Reid, sophomore catcher, Marin Academy

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  1. sfpatriot says:

    Congrats Lucas, Lucca and all!!

  2. lopez says:

    no drew players first team?

  3. C says:

    Just wondering…is there a reason some names are bolded?

  4. red devils says:

    university’s alex indick should have made second team. he led the team in hits, runs, and doubles, was in the top 4 for batting average (.288), and played solid D in both infield and outfield

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