EDMOND — All-Edmond Player of the Year
Drew Dahlberg - Memorial
In his three years as a starter for the Bulldogs, Drew Dahlberg’s work ethic never came in to question.
The shortstop showed his dedication by stepping up with a strong senior campaign hitting .457 with 18 doubles, 2 triples and 35 RBIs. A stalwart at the plate, he struck out only 17 times last spring.
To most hardballers the numbers are important, but Dahlberg wasn't one to check the stats. "All he cared about was our team winning," Memorial head coach Kyle Roberts said. "he wasn't caught up in his individual success."
Dahlberg had the green light to steal bases and took full advantage only getting caught once on 34 attempts.
As the team leader, Dahlberg demonstrated his skills in the field also. His exceptional range and lateral movement helped him glove a .919 fielding percentage with 52 putouts and 85 assists.
Dahlberg will play for Sunny Golloway this spring at the University of Oklahoma.
First Team All-Edmond
P - Cale Coshow - DC
Coshow had another outstanding season as a senior ending with an 11-2 record, 1.77 ERA and 114 strikeouts. The All-State hurler was also dangerous at the plate hitting .398 with 8 home runs and 41 RBIs. Next spring he will play at the University of Oklahoma.
P -Ty Hensley - SF
Hensley dominated all comers by finishing his sophomore season with a 10-0 record and a 2.08 ERA. The three-sport athlete sent 94 batters to the dugout. Hitters had no chance when he found his changeup midway through the season.
P - Alex Hill - Memorial
The senior hurler was known as a smart player with four solid pitches he could keep in the strike zone. With a 4.29 ERA in 65 innings pitched, the Bulldogs knew they had a chance to win with Hill on the mound.
C - Caleb Hallman - SF
This All-Stater finished the season with a .400 batting average, had 6 home runs and earned All-City honors. A three-year starter, Hallman handled the Santa Fe pitching staff since his sophomore year and was known for his ball control behind the plate.