District champion Santa Fe and runner-up Friendswood dominated the superlatives, as Galveston County teams were well represented in the 23-5A all-district baseball selections.

The Indians ace pitcher Rome Shubert took the district’s most valuable player honors, while head coach Ronnie Wolf was named coach of the year, and Albert Garza was newcomer of the year. For the Mustangs, Izaac Pacheco was awarded co-offensive MVP honors, and William Sweeney was the defensive MVP.

Other local players earning all-district honors are as follows.


First team: Keegan Gavin, pitcher; Spencer Addison, third base; Chris Orton, outfield

Second team: Trenton Lawrence, pitcher; Trent Raschke, second base; Thomas Farmer, outfield; Adam Trevino, catcher


First team: Bradley Willcott, pitcher; Kevin Newkirk, first base; Spencer Beck, outfield; Garrett Leitko, outfield


First team: Grant Pfaff, utility

Second team: Dalton Stevens, pitcher; Bryce Montemayor, outfield; Peewee McDonald, outfield


First team: Conor Higgs, outfield

Second team: Dylan Kimsey, shortstop

James LaCombe: 409-683-5242, james.lacombe@galvnews.com or on Twitter @JamesAtGalvNews

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JD Arnold

Congratulations to all the Santa Fe players for a great season of baseball.

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