with 48 strikeouts, 42 hits and 16 walks in 49 innings of work.
ZACK MILES, NORTH PENN » Zack Miles hit .468 for North Penn. He led the Knights with 10 doubles and two triples and was second with one home run. He had the most hits (36) and RBI (17) for the District 1 Class 6A runner up. NOLAN BOLTON, DOCK MENNONITE » Nolan Bolton is only a sophomore for Dock Mennonite, but that didn’t stop him from leading the team in most offensive categories. He paced the Pioneers in average (.434), runs (22), RBI (23), triples (2) and home runs (1). He was second in hits (23) and doubles (5). PATRICK O’NEILL, METHACTON » Patrick O’neil was named the first-team All Pioneer Athletic Conference shortstop. He had 30 hits this season with a .411 average, .451 on-base Dock’s Nolan Bolton is getting ready for an at-bat Tuesday against NG in a PIAA Class 2A contest. percentage and 17 RBI for Methacton. What really separates the future Villanova Wildcat is his defense. He’s started at shortstop since he was a freshman and his coach Paul Spiewak praised him as the best defensive player in Methacton history. MATT SHILLING, WISSAHICKON » Matt Shilling did a lot for the Wissahickon offense. He bounced around the top three spots in the batting order early in the season before settling in to the No. 3 spot. He hit .522 on the season and .541 in SOL American play. He had eight doubles, four triples and two home runs to lead the Trojans to the District 1 playoffs.
ANDREW COSSETTI, LA SALLE » Andrew Cossetti was the Philadelphia Catholic League Offensive Player of the Year and was a First-team All-league selection. He hit .426 for La Salle and showed off his power with six home runs, six doubles and 23 RBI.
LUKE BARNUM, SOUDERTON » Luke Barnum was selected as a First-team ALLSOL Continental outfielder. He hit .453 with 16 runs, 13 RBI and a .486 on-base percentage. He helped lead Souderton to the District 1 Class 6A playoffs. THYLAR SUMMARELL, SOUDERTON » Thylar Summerell joined Barnum in the Souderton outfield and on the SOL Continental’s top team. The senior right fielder showed off his power with seven home runs and a .710 slugging percentage. He hit .306 and had 18 RBI. RYAN BEALER, NORTH PENN » Ryan Bealer was also on the SOL Continental’s firstteam outfield with his two Souderton rivals. He hit .324 and scored 22 runs in the Knights 24 games. SECOND TEAM Brian Edgington — Hatboro-horsham Dan Kirwin — North Penn Matt Stevenson — North Penn Justin Horn — Upper Dublin Eric Marasheski — La Salle Joe Gorla — Perk Valley Brett Moyer — Souderton John Gifford — Archbishop Wood Mike Hutchinson — Upper Merion Randy Meehl — Upper Moreland Mick Pristas — Archbishop Wood THIRD TEAM Daniel Sabath — Dock Mennonite Andrew Mayhew — Pennridge Kody Cracknell — Archbishop Wood Kieran Versaw-barnes — Cheltenham Ryan O’donnell — Hatboro-horsham John Pecharo — Plymouth Whitemarsh Alex Tappen — Wissahickon Matt Marino — North Penn John Contoudis — Jenkintown Gregg Sywulak — La Salle Christian Wagner — Pope John Paul II