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Five Baseball Saints Scattered Across All Conference Team
05/16/2012

    Five Seward County Saints were named to the Jayhawk West
All-Conference teams as announced Tuesday by the league office.
Designated Hitter Kevin Domrzalski was a 1st team selection and
unanimous pick and was joined on the 1st team squad by Saints
right-hander Gavin Glanz.  Sophomore centerfielder Tanner Rainey and
southpaw Keegan Hucul were named to the 2nd team and backstop Sam Pack
was an Honorable Mention pick. 

                Domrzalski led the five Saints on the list after hitting
.359 with a team high 9 home runs on the season.  He was named the 1st
Team choice at designated hitter while driving in 39 runs on the year
and finishing the season with a team best 1.139 OPS.  Glanz was one of
two starting pitchers to be named 1st Team All-Conference after a
spectacular season that will go down as one of the finest in school
history for a Seward hurler.  Glanz finished 10-2 on the year and posted
a 2.16 ERA in 87 1/3 innings of work, making his career record as a
Saint 16-2 which is tops all-time.  Rainey was chosen to the 2nd Team in
the outfield where he handled 105 chances in centerfield, making just 2
error on the season.  He was also a key cog at the plate for the Saints
where he led the team with 52 runs scored while hitting .351 with 26
RBI's.  Hucul, who was the Saints #1 starter throughout the season also
earned a 2nd Team nod after finishing the year 9-2 with a 2.99 ERA in 81
1/3 innings on the hill.  The sophomore lefty led the team with a .209
opponents' batting average this season and also paced the club with 62
strikeouts.  Pack was the Saints lone choice on the Honorable Mention
team after leading Seward in hitting at .366 on the season and catching
in 37 games.  He hit .424 this season with runners in scoring position
and knocked in 19 runs but was even more impressive behind the plate
where he gunned down 45% of would be base stealers throughout the year.


                The five Seward players selected to the three teams was
just 4th most in the conference behind Hutchinson (7), Garden City (6),
and Pratt (6), three teams that the Saints had a combined 10-2 record
against this season.  Even more eye opening was the fact that Glanz was
voted just third best on the mound during the season despite being the
only 10 game winner in the entire region, while 9 game winner Jake
Heissler of Hutchinson was a unanimous selection and Pratt closer Junior
Mustain who finished the season 4-3 with a 2.47 ERA was also picked
ahead of the Saints star. 



Roy Allen

 

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