St. Paul baseball brings in state and league honors
St. Paul baseball's 2022 season was by and large a success, and the team was recognized for its 17-7 record and second-round playoff berth with all-state and all-league distinctions.
At the all-state level only two Bucks, junior first baseman Warren Rose and senior infielder Lance Tuck, were recognized for their play. Rose and Tuck also were named first team all-league players. Coach Dwayne Nowlin was named the Special District 1 Coach of the Year.
Other all-league players included second team all-league sophomores Ralph and George Pohlschneider, freshman Clay Smith and senior Clancy Koch. Honorable mention distinctions were given to junior Tyler Crawford and senior Brody Schindler.
In addition to the individual honors, St. Paul was recognized with the Sportsmanship Team of the Year award.
St. Paul went 17-7 overall, taking second place in the 2A/1A Special District 1 with a 14-4 league record. The team entered the playoffs ranked No. 6 overall, earning a first-round bye in the process. Despite jumping out to a lead early, the Bucks were upset up Regis 4-1 in the playoffs.
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