Six MHS baseball players earn all league
Six Madras White Buffalo baseball players earned all league honors in the Tri-Valley Conference.
Seniors Cameron Rodriguez and Tyler Lockey both earned first-team honors for the Buffs. Rodriguez had a fielding percentage of .980 and caught 50 pop flies in center field, helping him earn first-team all outfield.
He also finished the year with a batting average of .337, recording 30 hits, 22 singles, four double, four triples, 17 RBIs and scoring 21 runs.
Tyler Lockey earned first-team all infield, recorded four double plays and had a fielding percentage of .798. He also finished the year with a .355 batting average, recording 33 hits, 14 singles, 11 doubles, six triples, two home runs, 25 RBIs and scoring 36 runs.
Madras had two second-team all league pitchers this year, Jared Holliday and Tyler Lockey.
Holliday, a senior, pitched in eight games for the Buffs, recording seven wins, with an earned run average of .969. He struck out 31 batters in 43 innings pitched and his walks plus hits per innings pitched (WHIP) was .992. Holliday had the lowest ERA and WHIP on the pitching roster.
Lockey pitched in 17 games, with 50 innings and recorded 72 strikeouts, only giving up 14 earned runs all year. He finished the year with a 1.947 ERA and a 1.252 WHIP.
Senior Lewis Fine earned second-team all utility player, recording a fielding percentage of .923. He also had a batting average of .342, recording 26 hits, 18, singles, five doubles, two triples, one home run, 17 RBIs and scoring 19 runs.
Sophomore Liam White earned second-team all first base for the Buffs. He finished the year with a .833 fielding percentage. He also had a batting average of .370, recording 20 hits, 17 singles, three doubles, 13 RBIs and scoring 11 runs.
Senior Kanim Smith earned honorable mention infield, recording four double plays and finishing the year with a .760 fielding percentage. He led the team in batting average (.405), home runs (four) and RBIs (34). Smith also recorded 32 hits, 17 singles, nine doubles, two triples and scored 18 runs.
The White Buffalos ended the season with a 17-10 overall record and made it to the state playoff quarterfinals game.