York, PA - The Daily Record/Sunday News presents the 2012 YAIAA Division I Baseball All-Stars:
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Austin Calaman, Dallastown, Sr., P/IF: Calaman was dominant both from the plate and the pitcher's mound for the Division I champions. As a hitter, Calaman led Dallastown in batting average (.479), extra-base hits (11) and home runs (3).
As a pitcher the right-hander notched a 5-2 record and a 2.10 ERA. He allowed two hits and struck out six during his team's pivotal, 5-0 victory against division runner-up Spring Grove on May 3.
Calaman will continue his baseball career next spring at York College.
Parker Bean, South Western, Jr., OF: Bean filled up just about every statistical category on offense. He batted .444, stole 12 bases, scored 14 runs, knocked in 14 RBIs and ripped six extra-base hits, including a home run.
Micah Striebig, Dallastown, Sr., OF: Striebig occupied an important role in the top third of Dallastown's order. He hit .400 on the season with 28 hits, 15 runs and 12 RBIs.
Lesabiel Castro, William Penn, Sr., OF: Castro was the Bearcats' offensive sparkplug, bashing nine extra-base hits (five triples, four doubles) and stealing nine bases. He also wrapped up the season with a .418 batting average.
Roy Walker, Central York, Sr., 2B: Walker posted an impressive .509 on-base percentage, a number he owed in large part to a .472 batting average. He added 23 RBIs and a home run to his total.
Travis Shaffer, Central York, Sr., SS: Shaffer showed good plate discipline, walking more than 10 percent of his at-bats and reaching base at a .438 clip. He contributed 22 runs, six extra-base hits and seven steals.
Levi Krause, Spring Grove, Jr., 1B: The power-hitting first baseman crushed nine extra-base hits, including three home runs. He also knocked in 20 RBIs, and did that all while striking out just six times in 77 appearances.
Dalton Hoiles, Spring Grove, So., 3B: Hoiles was an on-base machine, as evidenced by his .536 on-base percentage and 14 walks in 20 games. The sophomore also chipped in 17 runs, four extra-base hits and four steals.
Tyler Harris, South Western, Sr., C: Harris was much more than your typical, slow-moving backstop. He stole 16 bases and reached base at a .547 clip thanks to 20 walks. He also scored 21 runs and hit .370.
Glenn Dietrich, Red Lion, Sr., DH: Dietrich supplied some muscle to the middle of Red Lion's lineup, hitting .393 and producing seven extra-base hits, including a home run.
Trevor Troxel, Spring Grove, Jr., P: The left-hander was a reliable option at the top of the Rockets' rotation. Troxel finished the season with a 5-1 record, a 1.98 ERA and struck out 58 in 421/3 innings. He also threw five complete games.
Eric Moul, South Western, Sr., P: Another southpaw, the New Jersey Institute of Technology commit piled up a 7-2 record while producing a 2.62 ERA and a 47-15 strikeout-to-walk ratio.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Don Trout, Dallastown: The veteran coach led the Wildcats to their second straight Division I title. Dallastown earned the No. 4 seed in the District 3 Class AAAA playoffs but fell to Penn Manor, 3-1. The Wildcats finished the season with a 15-6 record.
Dallastown -- Rob Catchings, So., OF; Connor Schweinebart, Sr., P. Red Lion -- Scott Rissler, Fr., P. Spring Grove -- Jake Molison, Sr., OF; Nick Spangler, So., IF. William Penn -- Robert Rosado, So., C.