North Tahoe baseball | Lakers awarded with All-League selections
Six North Tahoe baseball players were honored with selections to the Northern Division III All-League team while their coach, Brian Tidd, was named Coach of the Year.
League coaches determined the awards.
North Tahoe senior pitchers Wildon DesLauriers and Shane Christian were two of 11 players voted to the All-League first team, which also included three Incline players, two from Battle Mountain, and one apiece from Yerington, Pershing County, White Pine and Silver Stage.
Battle Mountain senior Daniel Itza and Yerington senior Tyler Jones shared Co-MVP honors.
Aside from DesLauriers and Christian, North Tahoe senior Alex Tyler and junior Mitchell Myers were voted to the All-League second team, and senior Alex Bourriague and junior Miles Johansen received honorable mention recognition.
In his first season coaching, Tidd, a former North Tahoe player who graduated in 2011, led the Lakers to a top seed in the Northern Division III regional championship tournament. The Lakers finished the year 13-6 overall and 12-4 against the Division III.
Northern Division III All-League baseball
Co-MVP: Daniel Itza, Sr., Battle Mountain; Tyler Jones, Sr., Yerington
Coach of the Year: Brian Tidd, North Tahoe
Wildon DesLauriers, Sr., North Tahoe
Shane Christian, Sr., North Tahoe
Worth Nelson, Jr., Battle Mountain
Frank Peters, Jr., Battle Mountain
Tyler Schlegelmilch, Sr., Yerington
Jack Clouthier, Jr., Incline
Tommy Thompson, Jr., Incline
Tommy Dolan, Jr., Incline
Scott Holland, Jr., Pershing County
Mike Williams, Sr., White Pine
Jessie Harper, Sr., Silver Stage
Alex Tyler, Sr., North Tahoe
Mitchell Myers, Jr., North Tahoe
Jake Johnson, Sr., Battle Mountain
Sam Monahan, Sr., Yerington
John Lemos, Sr., Yerington
Daniel Sciarani, Soph., Yerington
Angel Ramirez, Soph., Pershing County
Dominic Barter, Soph., Pershing County
Logan Gregory, Soph., West Wendover
Martin Dorado, Sr., West Wendover
Kade Britton, Jr., White Pine
Seth Roberts, Sr., Silver Stage
Alex Bourriague, Sr., North Tahoe
Miles Johansen, Jr., North Tahoe
Ivan Chavira, Jr., Battle Mountain
Bo Garner, Sr., Yerington
Masxsimo Battel, Sr., Incline
Patrick Schmith, Jr., Pershing County
Nathan Wanner, Fresh., Pershing County
Adrian Flores, Sr., West Wendover
AJ Watts, Soph., White Pine
Brampton Sluys, Jr., Silver Stage
Northern Division III All-League softball
MVP: Angela Sciarani, Sr., Yerington
Coach of the Year: Krystal Smith, White Pine
Alli Huntington, Sr., White Pine
Teal Hussey, Jr., White Pine
Amanda Allred, Sr., White Pine
Brooke Menesini, Sr., Yerington
Emily Irvine, Sr., Yerington
Erika Holland, Fresh., Pershing County
Mikayla Montes, Jr., Pershing County
Brooklyn Quintana, Sr., Battle Mountain
Kylie Sonderman, Soph., Battle Mountain
Elise Nelson, Sr., Incline
Sydney Reamer, Fresh., West Wendover
Kia Papia, Sr., Silver Stage
Debra Kingston, Soph., White Pine
Jane Murdock, Jr., White Pine
Shania Hall, Jr., White Pine
Celine Bethel, Sr., Yerington
Jessy Cochrane, Sr., Yerington
Nadalee Linberg, Sr., Yerington
Bailey Wanner, Soph., Pershing County
Mikayla Renfroe, Fresh., Pershing County
Jade Harkness, Jr., Battle Mountain
Kortney Solis, Sr., Incline
Marisol Rodriguez, Sr., West Wendover
Shania Staggs, Sr., Silver Stage
Jaden Ernest, Jr., White Pine
McKenna Windaus, Jr., White Pine
Chloe Dane, Jr., Yerington
Bri Ramirez, Soph., Yerington
Riley Jaramillo, Fresh., Pershing County
Esmeralda Velazques, Sr., Pershing County
McKenna Jones, Fresh., Battle Mountain
Kaleah Tougenson, Sr., Battle Mountain
Sarah Wright, Sr., Incline
Karyss Thompson, Fresh., Incline
Maddie Findlen, Sr., Incline
Ryann Gentry, Jr., West Wendover
Tanya Esparza, Sr., West Wendover
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