Lions ace Weeldreyer chosen NPSL Olympic’s Most Valuable Pitcher

  • Friday, May 17, 2019 11:26am
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Auburn Mountainview’s Nathan Weeldreyer was selected the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division’s Most Valuable Pitcher.

Weeldreyer, a hard-throwing right-hander who is bound for Purdue, tossed a pair of no-hitters for the Lions this season.

The prized lineup as chosen by a vote of league coaches:

Most Valuable Player

Brandham Ponce, Federal Way, senior

Most Valuable Pitcher

Nathan Weeldreyer, Auburn Mountainview, senior

All-NPSL Olympic Division selections:

First team

Catcher: Willis Cresswell, Auburn Mountainview, sophomore

First base: Marques Richards, Todd Beamer, senior

Second base: Cooper White, Auburn Mountainview, junior

Third base: Cam Jarvis, Enumclaw, junior

Shortstop: Nate Clow, Todd Beamer, junior

Outfield: Josh Mears, Federal Way, senior; Trystan Plunkett, Todd Beamer, senior; Travis Smith, Enumclaw, senior

Utility: Rhett Stein, Auburn, junior

Designated hitter: Carter Casad, Auburn, senior

Pitcher: Nate Clow, Todd Beamer, junior; Brady Houston, Decatur, junior; Tyler Hoeft, Federal Way, junior; Nick Dublinksi, Auburn Mountainview, junior.

Second team

Catcher, Spencer Sugg, Decatur, junior

First base: Nick Orr, Decatur, senior

Second base: Abiel Gonzalez, Federal Way, junior

Third base: Brady Houston, Decatur, junior

Shortstop: Gio Parascondola, Auburn Riverside, junior

Outfield: Alex Bradshaw, Federal Way, junior; Dylan Grenz, Auburn Riverside, senior; Devine Ayemere, Decatur, senior

Utility: Kaden Kirschenbaum, Federal Way, senior

Designated hitter: Adam Taylor, Federal Way, junior

Pitcher: Carter Berry, Federal Way, junior; Ty Emmons, Auburn Riverside, senior

Honorable mention

Catcher: Jace Graves, Auburn

First base: Nick Dublinski Auburn Mountainview, junior; Jack Looney, Auburn Riverside, sophomore

Second base: Issak Thomas, Todd Beamer, junior

Third base: Grant Harris, Auburn Mountainview, junior

Shortstop: Vicente Feliciano, Auburn Mountainview, freshman; Evan Jilbert, Auburn, junior; Cole Kaschmitter, Enumclaw, sophomore; Daniel Goon, Decatur, sophomore

Outfield: Ethan Smetheram, Auburn, freshman; Elijah Bakam, Decatur, junior; Kamana Nahaku, Auburn Mountainview, sophomore; Garrett Lutz, Thomas Jefferson, senior

Utility: Connor Kilcup, Auburn Mountainview, junior

Designated hitter: Blake Christiansen, Auburn Mountainview, senior

Pitcher: Colton Willson Enumclaw, junior; Brett Harvey, Auburn Riverside, sophomore; Marques Richards, Todd Beamer, senior; Blake Beck, Decatur, senior; Kyle Dunning, Enumclaw, senior

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