2022 East Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association Team

         Note: Coaches must be members of association (which currently consists of 26 schools) in order to receive awards

 

Coach of the Year:

          Matt Buckner at Farragut and Caleb Moore at Catholic

Field of the Year:

          Robbie Bennett, Heritage

Player of the Year:

          Lukas Buckner, Farragut

Pitcher of the Year:

          Dylan Loy at Pigeon Forge & Jaxon Pease at Farragut

Offensive Player of the Year:

          Brooks Wright, Bearden

Gold Glove Award:

          Joey Lametina at Catholic and Caden Black at Oak Ridge

Newcomer of the Year:

          Jack Alley, Farragut

Scholar Athlete of the Year:

          Gavin Joslin at Sevier County and Zack Hodge at Heritage

 

1st Team All Association Team:

  • Farragut: Garrett Brewer, Landis Davilla, Eli Evans, Jett Johnston, Brennon Seigler, Marc Underwood

  • Pigeon Forge: Riley Franklin, Kevin Fernandez

  • Catholic: Canyon Geren, Ian Hubbard, Daniel Parris, Hudson Lutterman

  • Coalfield: Levi Brasle, Cole Hines

  • Sevier County: Corbin Overbay, Kaleb Townsend

  • South Doyle: Noah Irwin, Jakob Trembly

  • Gibbs: Riley Byers, Braden Graves

  • Bearden: Brady Frederick, Evan Goins

  • Karns: Dylan Owens, Cole Barnes, Riley Hartline

  • Halls: Luke Lawson, Jake Duncan

  • Carter: George Davis

  • Anderson County: Luke Lowery

  • Kings Academy: Nazir Bergin, Ethan Ridderstap

  • Maryville: Isiah French

  • Heritage: Nolan Cunningham, Luke Johnson, Zander Melton

  • William Blount: Justin Bell, Rhode Kirkland

 

Honorable Mention All Association Team:

  • Farragut: Jake Merrick, Stratton Scott, Braylon Hall

  • Catholic: Miller Spence, Nate Breeden, Ben Sompayrac

  • Coalfield: Luke Treece, Zach Armstrong

  • Sevier County: Drew Mattox, Bridger Hamilton, Brady Scott

  • South Doyle: Jared Beal

  • Bearden: Tripp Spencer

  • Karns: Clayton Haugstad

  • Halls: Nolan Foust

  • William Blount: Will Vance, Job Matossian

  • Clinton: Blake Lowe, Conner Moody

  • West: Denver Slifka, Parker White

The association has existed since 1981 and works to promote high school baseball in East TN. 

To learn more about the ETBCA, visit www.etnbca.org

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