Several Tooele County baseball players were rewarded for their recently completed high school seasons when the annual All-State selections were released last week.
The All-State honorees were voted upon by the Class 3A coaches. Tooele County’s three teams combined for one First Team selection, one Second Team selection and three Honorable Mentions.
Stansbury senior Mitch McIntyre was named First Team All-State after going 4-2 on the mound with an earned-run average of 1.11. The Brigham Young University-bound left-hander also hit .443 with four home runs, five doubles, 20 stolen bases and 22 RBIs.
Grantsville senior pitcher Shaden Lazenby received Second Team honors after posting an ERA of 0.68. His teammate, junior Brady Arbon, received Honorable Mention after overcoming a dislocated thumb to give the Cowboys a formidable one-two punch on the pitcher’s mound. A third Cowboy, first baseman Trevor Colson, also was an Honorable Mention pick with his strong bat.
Tooele’s Dallen Kimball was an Honorable Mention selection as well. The junior infielder/outfielder hit .400, pitched five innings and only committed two errors in the field this season for the Buffaloes.