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Times All-Area baseball team announced



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June 26, 2019
TRI-CITY AREA — From game one back in April until the final out was registered a couple months later in June, these competitors let it be known that they were forces to be reckoned with by their play out on the field.

Here is a look at who earned a spot on the 2019 edition of The Tri-City Times All-Area first team lineup and the numbers they registered en route to those accolades:

Ethan Rozanski, Dryden.

Year: Senior

Position: Pitcher

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Ethan Rozanski, of Dryden, delivers a pitch to home plate during a game earlier this season. photo by Kevin Kissane.
Throws: Righthanded

Record: Rozanski furnished a 6-2 mark, with a 1.55 ERA, during the 2019 campaign.

In 40 2/3 innings of work, Rozanski allowed 15 hits, struck out 54 and issued 13 walks.

Batting average: Rozanski provided a .459 average, thanks to 22 singles and six doubles among 61 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was second best on the Dryden ballclub and out of those chosen to the Tri-City Times All-Area first team lineup.

He also contributed 26 runs, 21 stolen bases and 18 RBI to Dryden's cause.

Postseason honors: Rozanski, who also played shortstop, completed his fourth season on Dryden's squad as an All-North Central Thumb League Stars Division first team pick as well as an All-District and All-Region selection.

Cameron Asaro, Almont.

Year: Senior

Position: Pitcher

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Asaro put together a 9-3 record, featuring a 1.54 ERA, this spring.

In 63 2/3 innings, Asaro retired 58 on strikes and walked 20.

Postseason honors: Asaro concluded his second season on Almont's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team pick as well as an All-District and All-Region selection.

Brendan Falco, Capac.

Year: Senior

Position: Pitcher

Throws: Righthanded

Record: Falco registered four wins and managed a 2.6 ERA as a pitcher for Capac this season.

In 54 innings of work, Falco allowed 52 hits, retired 55 on strikes and issued 12 walks.

Batting average: He supplied a .308 average, thanks to 15 singles, four doubles and a triple in 70 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was third best on the Capac ballclub and 12th out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

Falco also contributed 16 runs, 10 steals and seven RBI to Capac's cause.

Postseason honors: He finished his second season on Capac's squad as an All-Greater Thumb Conference East second team choice.

Chris Watson, Dryden.

Year: Senior

Position: Catcher

Batting average: Watson took fifth on the Dryden ballclub and 13th among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .286 average

He had 13 singles and one double in 49 at bats.

Watson also contributed 15 stolen bases, 14 runs and 10 RBI to Dryden's cause.

Postseason honors: He concluded his second season on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League Stars Division honorable mention pick.

Brady Czape, Dryden.

Year: Senior

Position: Third base

Batting average: Czape furnished a .478 average, thanks to 32 singles and one double among 69 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was best on the Dryden ballclub and out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

He also stole 30 bases and amassed 18 RBI.

Postseason honors: Czape ended his fourth season at the varsity level as an All-North Central Thumb League Stripes Division first team pick as well as an All-District and All-Region choice.

Ricky Guerrero, Imlay City.

Year: Sophomore

Position: Infield

Batting average: Guerrero produced a .324 average, thanks to 18 singles and four doubles in 68 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was second best on the Imlay City ballclub and 10th out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

He also contributed seven stolen bases, seven RBI and six runs to Imlay City's cause.

Postseason honors: Guerrero finished his second season on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention selection.

Danny Parski, Capac.

Year: Sophomore

Position: Infield

Batting average: Parski pulled up second on the Capac ballclub and 11th among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .321 average

He supplied 16 singles, a double and a triple in 58 at bats.

Parski also contributed 10 RBI, nine runs and two walks to Capac's cause.

Postseason honors: He concluded his second season on Capac's varsity as an All-Greater Thumb Conference East second team pick.

Adam Campbell, Almont.

Year: Senior

Position: Second base

Batting average: Campbell supplied a .394 average, thanks to 23 singles, four doubles and one triple among 79 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was best on the Almont ballclub and fourth out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

He also scored 19 runs, collected 12 RBI, drew seven walks and stole four bases.

Postseason honors: Campbell ended his second season at the varsity level as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection and All-District choice.

Reis Stine, Almont.

Year: Sophomore

Position: First base/designated hitter

Batting average: Stine ranked second on the Almont ballclub and fifth among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .392 average.

He generated 21 singles, nine doubles and one home run in 79 at bats.

Stine also contributed 23 RBI, 21 runs and 12 walks to Almont's cause.

He struck out just five times this season.

Postseason honors: Stine wrapped up his debut campaign on Almont's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team pick as well as an All-District and All-Region selection.

Nick Wilson, Almont.

Year: Senior

Position: First base

Batting average: Wilson managed a .353 average, thanks to 15 singles, six doubles, one triple and two homers among 68 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was third best on the Almont ballclub and seventh out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

He also accumulated 20 RBI, scored 17 runs, drew two walks and stole one base.

Postseason honors: Wilson completed his second season at the varsity level as an All-District choice and All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention pick.

Vince Angel, Dryden.

Year: Senior

Position: First base

Batting average: Angel pulled up fourth on the Dryden ballclub and eighth among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .333 average.

He had 19 singles and two doubles in 63 at bats.

Angel also contributed 21 RBI and 17 runs to Dryden's cause.

Postseason honors: Angel finished his third campaign on Dryden's varsity as an All-North Central Thumb League Stars Division second team selection.

Jack Paupert, Almont.

Year: Junior

Position: Leftfield

Batting average: Paupert registered a .327 average, thanks to 28 singles, three doubles and one triple among 98 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was fourth best on the Almont ballclub and ninth out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

He also scored 30 runs, stole 20 bases, collected 13 RBI and drew 13 walks.

Paupert struck out just four times.

Postseason honors: Paupert ended his first season at the varsity level as an All-District choice and All-Blue Water Area Conference honorable mention pick.

Logan Wilson, Imlay City.

Year: Senior

Position: Leftfield

Batting average: Wilson ranked first on the Imlay City ball club and third among Tri-City Times All-Area first team honorees with a .404 average.

He supplied 17 singles and six doubles in 57 at bats.

Wilson also contributed 10 RBI, nine runs and six stolen bases to Imlay City's cause.

Postseason honors: He wrapped up his second campaign on Imlay City's varsity as an All-Blue Water Area Conference first team selection.

Josh Schornak, Dryden.

Year: Sophomore

Position: Outfield

Batting average: Schornak provided a .365 average, thanks to 19 singles among 52 at bats. His level of plate proficiency was third best on the Dryden ballclub and sixth out of those who attained Tri-City Times All-Area first team status.

He also contributed 16 runs, 13 RBI and 13 stolen bases to Dryden's cause.

Postseason honors: Schornak wrapped up his second season at the varsity level as an All-North Central Thumb League Stars Division second team selection.

Second team- Nolan Idyle, Almont, pitcher; David Pearl, Capac, pitcher/infield; Tyler Perria, Dryden, pitcher/second base; Colton Kruse, Almont, catcher; Brad Schaefer, Capac, catcher; Parker Zisler, Almont, third base; Griffin DePauw, Almont, shortstop; Jakob Sawyers, Capac, outfield; Jace Rinke, Almont, centerfield; and Josh Hellebuyck, Almont, rightfield.

Coach of the Year- For directing Almont to a 28-7 overall mark, including an 11-3 Blue Water Area Conference mark (good for a two-way tie for second), Almont Coach Shane Campbell earns Tri-City Times All-Area Coach of the Year accolades.

Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.
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