Four Incline baseball players voted to All-League first team
Mount Rose All-League baseball
Coach of the Year: Matt Drury, North Tahoe
Division I-A first team
MVP: Jared Longland, Sr., Sparks
Catcher: Jackson Rohlf, Sr., Truckee
Infield: Dominic Diana, Jr., South Tahoe
Infield: Aaron Pado, Sr., Truckee
Infield: Casey Carter, Sr., Sparks
Infield: Tyler Sharp, Sr., South Tahoe
Outfield: Andy McKechnie, Sr., Truckee
Outfield: Chris Towle, Sr., Truckee
Outfield: Dustin Alexander, Sr., Sparks
Utility/DH: Christian Coats, Sr., South Tahoe
Pitcher: Keifer Putman, Sr., Sparks
Pitcher: Jordan Mann, Soph., South Tahoe
Pitcher: Erik Holmer, Sr., Truckee
Division III first team
MVP: Colin Spencer, Sr., North Tahoe
Catcher: Matt Elliot, Jr., Whittell
Infield: Jack Clouthier, Soph., Incline
Infield: Tommy Thompson, Soph., Incline
Infield: Alex Tyler, Jr., North Tahoe
Infield: Robbie Poet, Sr., Whittell
Outfield: Shane Christian, Jr., North Tahoe
Outfield: Mitchell Myers, Soph., North Tahoe
Outfield: Baird Bishop, Sr., North Tahoe
Utility/DH: Tommy Dolan, Soph., Incline
Pitcher: Cam Powell, Sr., Incline
Pitcher: Cody Gibson, Sr., Whittell
Pitcher: Wildon DesLauriers, Jr., North Tahoe
Second team combined
Catcher: Travis Dulgar, Soph., Sparks
Infield: River Quinn, Soph., South Tahoe
Infield: Kris Dirga, Sr., Incline
Infield: Brandon Coleman, Soph., Sparks
Infield: Chris Evans, Fresh., Whittell
Infield: Collin Ray, Soph., Sparks
Outfield: Masxsimo Battel, Jr., Incline
Outfield: Sergio Burgueno, Jr., South Tahoe
Outfield: Thor Retzlaff, Jr. Truckee
Outfield: Austin Garrick, Soph., Sparks
Utility/DH: Cody Higgins, Sr., South Tahoe
Pitcher: Riley Guiragossian, Jr., Truckee
Division III All-State baseball
Coach of the Year: Vince Angle, Yerington
MVP: Corbin Cliften, Sr., Yerington; Devin Truscott, Sr., Needles
Bo Garner, Jr., Yerington
Tyler Schlegelmilch, Jr., Yerington
Chase Ogolin, Sr., Yerington
Tyler Jones, Jr., Yerington
Haylan Drescher, Sr., Laughlin
Mason Cisneros, Sr., Needles
Aiden Shaver, Jr., Needles
Jason Nevarov, Jr., Needles
Daniel Itza, Jr., Battle Mountain
Dwight Douglas, Sr., Battle Mountain
David De Andreis, Sr., Battle Mountain
Sam Monahan, Jr., Yerington
Nick Estavillo, Sr., Yerington
Baird Bishop , Sr., North Tahoe
Colin Spencer, Sr., North Tahoe
William Dunn, Soph., Needles
Benny Robinson, Soph., Needles
Averie Prosise, Sr., Laughlin
Jordan Shepherd, Jr., Laughlin
Jared Jensen, Sr., Pershing County
Seth Montes, Sr., Pershing County
Matt Elliott, Jr., Whittell
Jesse Jones, Sr., Battle Mountain
Frank Peters, Soph., Battle Mountain
Donny Petersen, Sr., Yerington
John Lemos, Jr., Yerington
Trenton Evans, Fresh., Needles
Kobie McCorkle, Soph., Needles
Justin Diamond, Sr., The Meadows
Colton Johnson, Sr., Lincoln County
Justin Quibell, Jr., Laughlin
Ryan Torrance, Jr., Laughlin
AJ Nelson, Sr., Laughlin
Malik DelRio, Soph., Battle Mountain
Tommy Dolan, Soph., Incline
A total of six Incline baseball players were honored with selections to the Mount Rose All-League team, including four on the first team.
The awards were voted on by coaches in the mixed-division Mount Rose League, which includes Division I-A and Division III schools around the lake (plus Sparks).
Each division honored its own separate first team, while the leagues are combined for the second teams and honorable mention.
North Tahoe senior Colin Spencer was voted MVP of the Mount Rose League’s Division III, while Incline senior Cam Powell was named to the first team as a pitcher, sophomores Jack Clouthier and Tommy Thompson made the first team as infielders, and sophomore Tommy Dolan made the first team as a utility player and designated hitter.
Dolan was the only Highlander to carry over the honor to All-State voting, as he received All-State honorable mention recognition.
Incline senior Kris Dirga and sophomore teammate Masxsimo Battel were named to the All-League second team.
Jared Longland of Sparks was named MVP of the Division I-A, and Matt Drury of North Tahoe was Coach of the Year of the Mount Rose League.
The complete list of honorable mention was not available.
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