OSAWATOMIE — Trojan senior Brilynn Stults was a first-team selection on the Pioneer League Baseball Team.

Stults played shortstop and pitched for the Osawatomie Trojans.

Prairie View’s Gavin Cullor, Gradey Gregg, Johnny Molina and Justin Scott were second-team selections.

Cullor pitched and played outfield. Gregg caught for the Buffalos. Molina pitched and was a designated hitter. Scott played infield and pitched.

Stults was second-team Class 4A at shortstop on the Kansas Baseball Coaches Association all-state team and honorable mention on the Wichita Eagle all-state team.

Cullor was second team Class 3A at outfield on the Wichita Eagle all-state team.

Molina was honorable mention all-state at designated hitter.

Pioneer League Fisrt Team

Andrew Berckefdeldt, Santa Fe Trail, infield, pitcher; Derek Bycroft, Iola, shortstop, pitcher; Kobe Channel, Wellsville, second base; Calvin Delich, Iola, outfield, pitcher; Parker Meats, Burlington, third base, pitcher; Porter Richards, Anderson County, third base pitcher; Tanner Shalkoski, Wellsville, third base, pitcher; Jackson Showalter, Wellsville, first base, outfield, pitcher; Brilynnm Stults, Osawatomie, shortstop, pitcher; Brady Wiggin, Iola, first base.

Second Team

Austin Adams, Anderson County, outfield; Zackery Baker, Santa Fe Trail, outfield; Gavin Cullor, Prairie View, outfield, pitcher; Tyler Denny, Anderson County, pitcher; Gradey Gregg, Prairie View, catcher; Johnny Molina, third base, pitcher; Brannon Nordstedt, Burlington, outfield; Justin Scott, Prairie View, shortstop, pitcher; Tanner Spencer, Anderson County, shortstop.


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