The Modesto Bee’s 2014 All-District Baseball Team

June 21, 2014 

Player of the Year School Position Grade Skinny
Brett CumberlandTurlockCSr.Cal-bound backstop was leader for CCC champs in every way
The Roster School Position Grade Skinny
Lucas VaughnMantecaPSr.Led section with 12 wins, hit .337 for D-IV section champs
Jacob CornMantecaPSr. District’s best lefty went 7-2, 1.13, hit .408, will play at Oregon
Bryce DyrdaOakdalePSr.USC-bound, went 7-3, 1.17 with 98 Ks in 592/3 innings, hit .423
Coleton HornerPitmanCJr.Hit .468 while hitting safely in all 26 games for the Pride
William ReederMantecaCSr.Hit .426 with 16 extra-base hits while handling Buffs’ pitchers
Mason WashingtonModesto ChristianIFSr.Two-sport star second in district with .554 average, 28 steals
Alan MarquezCeresIFSr. Hit .486 while going 8-0, 1.59 on the mound for Bulldogs
Jacob Cooper-SteadmanEnochsIFSr.Hit .449 with .537 OBP for MMC co-champs
Tyler JanitzGregoriIFJr.One of MMC’s top multi-sport athletes hit .442 for Jaguars
Michael GaribayMantecaIFSr.Buffaloes’ leadoff hitter hit .420 with .536 OBP, scored 35 runs
Connor CrawfordBeyerIFSr.Led Patriots with .418 average, 38 hits, 14 extra-base hits
Austin BushTurlockIFSr.Big first baseman hit .398 with 32 RBIs and 28 runs scored
Brandon GroganEscalonOFJr.One of area’s top bats, hit .500 with 41 hits and 24 RBIs
Matt ClarkCentral CatholicOFSr.Hit .484 with 17 extra-base hits and was Raiders’ lefty closer
Jordan WallsBeyerOFSo.Part of great Patriots underclass, hit .351, led team with 29 runs
Alex PalliosTurlockOFJr.Hit .355 in the two hole for Bulldogs with .468 OBP
Dominick PisanoMantecaOFJr.Hit .407 with nine doubles for loaded Buffaloes
Jake PruittSierraDHSr.One of VOL’s top athletes (QB, catcher) hit .438 with .596 OBP
Coach of the Year
Neil MacDannaldMantecaSecond stint as Buffs’ coach results in school’s first baseball blue banner

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