The Washington State Baseball Coaches Association announced its all-state teams earlier this week, with two local players making the cut.
Liberty’s Eric Peterson was named 3A Co-Player of the Year with Eastside Catholic’s Matt Boyd.
Peterson also made the first team. Liberty’s Troy Colyer made the second team.
3A All-State first team
Brooks Roy/Franklin Pierce; Berent Hagen/Enumclaw; Jacob Lamb/Blanchet; Eric Peterson/Liberty; Taylor Hetrick/Timberline; Ryan Brett/Highline; Cody Hebner/Auburn Mountainview; James Robbins/Shorecrest; Casey Locker/Ferndale; Matt Brown/Peninsula; Cody Urquhart/West Valley Yakima; Andrew Pagel/Prairie; Kyle Johnson/Mount Rainier; Jon Yearout/Columbia River; Jeff Melby/Bellevue; Chase Anselment/Meadowdale; Will Minice/Sammamish; Josh Sale/Blanchet; Colin Feldtman/Bainbridge; Matt Boyd/Eastside Catholic; Mike Bush/Eastside Catholic; Bobby Twedt/Sedro-Woolley
3A Player of the Year: Eric Peterson- Liberty and Matt Boyd- E. Catholic
Coach of the Year: Dave Larson- Highline
3A All-State second team
Michael Englund/Eastside Catholic; Jake Gober/Eastside Catholic; Colby Morse/Bainbridge; Spencer Hannah/Ferndale; Madison Pool/Blanchet; Troy Colyer/Liberty; Steve Kirbach/Juanita; Dave Madsen/Sammamish; Kurtis Wiles/West Valley Yakima; Alex Sloan/Sumner; Brad Falk/Sumner; Brandon Williams/Auburn Mountainview; Zach Baker/North Thurston; Patrick McMeal/North Thurston; John Humphries/Seattle Prep; John Buhrman/O’Dea; Caleb Whalen/Union; Elijah Firestone/Timberline; Andrew Olsen/Enumclaw; Ryan Desimone/Lynnwood
The Seamount was well-represented in the teams, including Dave Larson of Highline taking the coach of the year honors.
Ryan Brett of Highline and Kyle Johnson of Mount Rainier made the first team.