WCAL All-League Baseball, Golf & Volleyball Teams Announced

Posted: May 17, 2017

The West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) announced their All-League teams for baseball, golf and volleyball, including center-fielder Connor Mack, who received top honors as Baseball Player of the Year.

Baseball
Connor Mack '17 Center Field Player of the Year
Wes Harper '18 Pitcher First Team
Todd Jackson '17 Catcher First Team
Laurence Palmer '17 Outfield First Team
Joe Ammirato '18 Pitcher Second Team
Lane Maxwell '17 Pitcher Honorable Mention

Connor Henriques '18

Infield

Honorable Mention

Golf
Eddy Lai '17 First Team
Austin Murphy '17 First Team
Berk Harvey '17 First Team
Rajvit Bedi '19 Second Team
Justin Polk '18 Second Team

Aiden Farr '17

Honorable Mention

Volleyball
Sean Staskus '17 Outside Hitter First Team
Will Smith '17 Middle Blocker First Team
Brett Allen '18 Outside Hitter Second Team
Lames Lerma '17 Libero Second Team

Weston Del Signore '17

Opposite

Honorable Mention

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