2013 Mirror baseball all-stars


Luke CampbellCSr.Bedford

Notable: Shenandoah recruit batted .550 with an area-high eight home runs, 33 RBIs and 31 runs. Laurel Highlands Conference all-star slugged 15 extra-base hits.

Trey Claar1BJr.Claysburg-Kimmel

Notable: Keyed Bulldogs’ run to the District 6 Class A championship game by hitting .470 with five doubles, three triples and two homers. Also went 6-2 on the mound.

Austin CunninghamIFJr.Central

Notable: Outstanding all-around athlete hit .516 and scored 30 runs. Stole 36 bases in 40 attempts en route to making first-team all-Mountain League.

Casey GrayIFJr.Bellwood-Antis

Notable: All-state football pick is just as good on the diamond, sporting a .410 batting average with 10 doubles and two home runs. First team ICC North selection.

Brett HilemanIFSr.Hollidaysburg

Notable: Pitt signee hit .448 with eight doubles, four triples and a homer, driving in 18 and scoring 16 times. Saved five games and had 0.52 ERA as Golden Tigers’ closer.

Isaac SternIFSr.Northern Bedford

Notable: Shippensburg recruit provided power from shortstop position, belting four doubles, four triples and three homers to go with his .444 batting average.

Josh BonatestaOFSr.Northern Cambria

Notable: Led the area in batting with a .661 average. Also hit for power with nine doubles, four triples and two homers, driving in 35 runs and scoring 32 times. Going to Mount Aloysius.

Matt CarpinOFSr.Philipsburg-Osceola

Notable: Mountain League first-team pick drove in 22 runs for a team that only scored 91. Finished with three doubles, three triples, three homers and a .435 batting average.

Spencer McInroyOFSr.Everett

Notable: ICC champ Warriors finished 18-2 in large part because their leadoff man hit .565 and had a .667 on-base percentage. Had eight doubles and scored 35 runs.

Jordan MillerOFJr.Tyrone

Notable: Golden Eagles center fielder not only had a .465 average but got on base at a .558 clip. Had four doubles and stole 14 bases en route to making Mountain League first team.

Danny BeechDHSr.Bellwood-Antis

Notable: Inter-County North first team all-star knocked in 28 runs and scored 23, helped by eight doubles, two triples and two home runs. Wound up with a .391 average.

Eric GraceUTISr.Northern Bedford

Notable: All-around star returns to first team. As a hitter, he recorded a .493 batting mark with seven doubles, 19 runs and 23 RBIs. As a pitcher, he was 5-4 with a 2.73 ERA and 51 strikeouts.

Tyler BlackRHPSr.Bedford

Notable: Pitt-Johnstown recruit helped lead Bisons to District 5 Class AA crown by going 4-2 with 40 strikeouts in 39 innings vs. tough LHAC schedule. Entered interdistricts with 0.80 ERA.

Kyle DrozLHPSr.Everett

Notable: ICC South first-team had great two-way season. Posted 7-0 record with 1.45 ERA and 64 strikeouts in 54 innings. Also batted .444 with three homers and eight doubles.

Ethan LewisRHPJr.Central

Notable: Mountain League first-team all-star and PA Nine Baseball Future Game pick struck out 50 in 49 innings in posting a 5-2 record with a 2.00 ERA.

Jextin PughRHPSr.Bishop Guilfoyle

Notable: Binghamton recruit struck out 47 in 27.1 innings, including 19 against Penn Cambria. Three-time first-team pick boasted a 1.54 ERA and allowed one extra-base hit.

Dom ViduyaLHPSr.Hollidaysburg

Notable: Keyed standout Tiger staff with a 1.48 ERA, finishing with a 5-1 record for District 6 Class AAA runners-up. Only allowed 27 hits in 47.1 innings, fanning 45.

Ben WylandRHPSr.Altoona

Notable: The first-team returnee’s 2.30 ERA looks even better when you consider he pitched against the Lion’s toughest opponents. Beat MLB draftee Seth Wagner of Mifflin County, 3-1.


Tyler CrawfordCSr.Cambria Heights

Travis Baker1BSr.Altoona

Dominic Milanesi2BSr.Cambria Heights

Adam PolitesSSSr.Northern Cambria

Will Seymour3BSo.Central Cambria

Colby FinkOFJr.Altoona

Bradi MooreOFJr.Central

Devin WeyandtOFSr.Claysburg-Kimmel

Jay SternDHSo.Central

Ray WattUTFr.Bishop Carroll

Luke DividockRHPFr.Portage

Dylan FoorRHPSr.Everett

Andy CrumLHPSr.Hollidaysburg

Isaac KlineRHPSo.Bedford

Chad LuensmannRHPSo.Bellwood-Antis

Mike MockRHPSo.Central

Catcher: Dylan Conrad, Altoona; Trenton Creppage, Bellwood-Antis; Kasy Hamm, Central; Jake Stover, Everett; Brandon Vocco, Portage; Matt Wiley, Chestnut Ridge

First base: Sean McCauley, Williamsburg; Austin Montgomery, Bedford; Brad Winegardner, Chestnut Ridge

Second base: Jake Belinda, Tyrone; Jed Dishong, Williamsburg; Scott Lucas, Bishop Carroll; Nathan Musselman, Claysburg-Kimmel; Joel Reighard, Altoona; Trent Sipes, Hollidaysburg; Jonathan Wagner, Huntingdon

Shortstop: Zach Cox, Claysburg-Kimmel; Austin McMonagle, Williamsburg; Tyler Potutschnig, Glendale; Evan Price, Portage; Daniel Taylor, Tussey Mountain

Third base: Ryan Norris, Juniata Valley; Reese Potts, Everett; Cameron Strayer, Claysburg-Kimmel

Outfield: Kody Blevins, Bedford; Haden DeGennaro, Bellwood-Antis; Brian Greenwald, Everett; Travis Hickey, Bedford; Johnny Johnson, Juniata Valley; Logan Noon, Chestnut Ridge; Josh Prasko, Northern Cambria; Jordan Rabits, Williamsburg; Michael Runk, Tussey Mountain, Brett Sammarco, Cambria Heights; Jake Schwaderer, Penn Cambria

Utility: Devon Claar, Huntingdon (c-ss-rhp); Kent Stewart, Moshannon Valley (of-3b-c); J.D. Weyant, Chestnut Ridge (ss-rhp)

Pitcher: Dylan Adams, Bishop Guilfoyle (lhp); Nathan Bearer, Cambria Heights (rhp); Danny Bowman, Central Cambria (rhp); Mike Bryja, Portage (rhp); Josh Foster, Huntingdon (rhp); Matt Hample, Tyrone (rhp); Seth Hunter, Bellwood-Antis (rhp); J Johnson, Altoona (rhp); Doug Knisely, Claysburg-Kimmel (rhp); Tanner Perow, Juniata Valley (rhp); Matt Stewart, Bishop Guilfoyle (rhp); Adam Wheland, Williamsburg (rhp)

High honorable mention in bold