Six Raiders named to all-league baseball team
Four seniors and two freshmen made the All Central Washington North 2B All League Baseball team from this season’s Raider squad that finished with a 12-win, nine-loss record.
Senior Brady Black received “Pitcher of the Year” honors from the Central Washington 2B North. Black pitched 42 innings in which he compiled a 2.31 earned run average, 57 strikeouts, and held opposing batters to a .167 average. Black also led the Raiders in scoring, reaching home 40 times over the course of the 2013 season. Black was also a four year letterman in baseball.
Senior Kendall Piccolo made the first team after batting a .476 average with 17 runs batted in during the season.
Piccolo also had solid performances from the mound. Piccolo was a four-year letterman in baseball.
Senior Tim Loch joins Piccolo and Black on the first team. The starting catcher for LR batted for a .378 average with 19 RBIs.
Loch also lettered all four years at LR in baseball.
Senior Justus DeWinkler made the honorable mention list after a season in which he had a .500 batting average and 14 RBIs. DeWinkler also was a four-year letterman at LR in baseball.
Two freshmen to receive the post season honors were Chance Garvin and Devan Black.
Devan Black made the all-league second team as he posted a .301 batting average.
Garvin made honorable mention for his contributions to the Raiders this season.