Mineral Wells Index
Ten players from the District 10 champion and regional quarterfinalist Santo Wildcats earned all-district honors in a vote of league coaches.
Two Wildcats seniors – pitcher Christopher Hoover and pitcher/outfielder Zane Mauney each earned superlative awards.
Hoover was chosen as District 10’s Most Valuable Player, while Mauney was named Offensive MVP.
Hoover went 5-1 this season with a 1.71 earned run average. He finished the regular season with 87 strikeouts.
Mauney hit .463 with an impressive .716 slugging percentage.
Three ‘Cats – Garrett Nemeth, Dylan Price and Ty Hunter – each earned first-team, all-district honors.
Nemeth, a junior, was selected as a utility player; Price, a sophomore who hit .470, was selected as an outfielder; and Hunter, also a sophomore, made the first team at both designated hitter and outfield.
Three Santo sophomores earned second-team honors including catcher Keith Chalker, second baseman Kyle Moore and third baseman Dylan Swinney.
A pair of Santo sophomores received honorable mentions including first baseman Grant Gilbert and outfielder Grant Read.