Pitcher • Joey Kossina, junior, Belleville West
Kossina led the Maroons to a regional championship and posted two no-hitters. He also held a 5-2 record with a 2.37 ERA and struck out a team-high 56.
Pitcher • Connor Wehmeier, senior, Orchard Farm
Wehmeier led the Eagles to a district championship and carried a 9-1 record with a 3.35 ERA and had a team-high 64 strikeouts on the mound.
Catcher • Riley McCarthy, junior, Valmeyer
Led the Pirates with a .453 batting average and a .726 slugging percentage. He had five triples, one home run and 36 RBI as Valmeyer captured its third straight regional title.
Infield • Tyler Bastunas, senior, Timberland
The co-GAC player of the year led the Wolves with a .479 batting average with a .753 slugging percentage. He had 16 RBI and three triples with 28 runs scored.
Infield • Braden Spawr, senior, Valley Park
Helped offensively lead the Hawks to a Class 3 district championship with a .465 batting average. He also collected four triples, three home runs and 33 RBI with 30 runs scored.
Infield • Garrett Weiner, senior, Alton Marquette
The senior infielder carried a .409 batting average with a .830 slugging percentage. He scored an area-high 51 runs, collected a team-high 38 RBI and had eight home runs for the Explorers.
Outfield • Chase Krogman, senior, Liberty
The Co-GAC player of the year and MLB-draft pick held a .392 batting average with five home runs, 34 RBI and 28 runs scored and a .722 slugging percentage.
Outfield • Nick Shields, senior, Bayless
The area-leader in triples (8) posted a .480 batting average with a .860 slugging percentage. He had a team-high 26 RBI and stole 15 bases.
Outfield • Blaise Matheny, senior, Westminster
The senior outfielder and Missouri State commit helped the Wildcats return to the state championship game. He held a .411 batting average and collected 26 RBI with three triples and 10 doubles and scored 31 times.
Utility • Evan Gray, senior, Belleville East
One of the hardest throwers in the area posted a 4-4 record on the bump with 84 strikeouts in 47 innings pitched. He also led the team with 45 RBI and posted a .374 batting average and had five home runs.
Utility • Adam Stroup, senior, Hancock
The area-leader in batting average led the Tigers to a district championship appearance. He posted a .569 batting average with .723 slugging percentage with 17 RBI and scored 24 times.