Player of the Year
P CHRIS CRUM, Severna Park, Sr.
Crum did not lose a game as a high school pitcher, finishing his career 15-0. Eight of those wins came this season, as Crum amassed a 1.40 ERA. He also batted .470, with four home runs and 23 RBI. He hit the game-winning homer in the 11th inning of the Anne Arundel County title game and helped Severna Park win the 3A state title. He will play next season for Virginia Tech.
Coach of the Year
GARY GUBBINGS, Broadneck
Gubbings led Broadneck to a winning record despite the team's inexperienced and injury-plagued roster. The Bruins won their first five games of the season, surprising Anne Arundel County coaches. "He's always kept us focused and positive," catcher Nick Espinosa said during the season. "He makes sure that we've got a good outlook on everything."
P JASON BAUMLER, Old Mill, Sr.
In addition to hitting .406, Baumler went undefeated as a pitcher during the regular season and finished the year with 61 strikeouts.
P ALEX BUCHHOLZ, Old Mill, Sr.
His 1.92 ERA made him a reliable pitcher for the county runner-up. He also finished the season batting .512.
P JOHN-GRAHAM GREEN, St. Mary's, Sr.
His arm helped St. Mary's compile a 29-game winning streak in the MIAA B Conference. He struck out 82 batters during the season. He will play next season at UMBC.
P DUANE HERR, Glen Burnie, Sr.
He pitched his best during big games. In the playoffs against North County, Herr threw a complete game and struck out nine. He pitched five complete games this season.
P KEN MISAL, Southern, Sr.
His 1.83 ERA only hints at some of his season highlights, which included a complete-game one-hitter in an early season win over Severna Park.
C NICK ESPINOSA, Broadneck, Jr.
His strong arm threw out more than 10 runners who tried to steal and his .370 batting average helped Broadneck start the season 5-0.
C CHRIS VANDERBOSCH, Annapolis, Sr.
The Panthers' most consistent hitter finished the year with a .486 batting average and 31 RBI. He had two RBI in a season-ending playoff loss to La Plata.
IF GARY HELMICK, Northeast, Sr.
One of the best defensive shortstops in the county, Helmick also was impressive at the plate. During one four-game stretch, he compiled 11 RBI.
IF JAKE SHIBILSKY, Chesapeake, Sr.
All-Met as a pitcher last season, Shibilsky couldn't pitch because of an arm injury in his senior year. He hit .424, with four triples and 10 home runs. He scored 28 runs and drove in 22.
IF TYLER WILLIAMS, Severn, Sr.
The power hitter smacked a grand slam in the first round of the playoffs against St. Mary's, one of his six home runs on the season.
OF ANDREW FERRIS, Severna Park, Sr.
He batted .350 and made several spectacular plays in center field. With excellent speed and good anticipation, he made only two errors all season for the state champs.
OF DEREK GOUGHENOUR, Old Mill, Sr.
A reliable center fielder, Goughenour did his best work at the plate. He batted .529 for the Patriots, the best average of any regular hitter in the county.
OF COREY OVERHOLTZER, Arundel, Sr.
Along with the rest of his teammates, he played his best during the postseason. Overholtzer had seven RBI during a playoff run that ended with a loss in the 4A state championship game.
DH RYAN JOY, Severna Park, Fr.
In his first year, Joy led the Falcons in hitting, with a .500 average. His .630 on-base percentage made him a highlight of the game, even when he didn't play in the field.
P Sean Fernholz, Old Mill, Jr.
P John Nevin, Southern, Sr.
P Sammy Sheckells, Severna Park, Jr.
P Harrison Taylor, Severna Park, Sr.
P Zach Tribull, Broadneck, Soph.
C Greg Zingler, Severna Park, Jr.
IF Matt Moylan, Northeast, Sr.
IF Nick Palmer, Arundel, Sr.
IF Brian Woolford, Northeast, Jr.
OF Derek Harris, Old Mill, Sr.
OF Zack Moore, Chesapeake, Jr.
OF Evan Richter, Severna Park, Sr.
OF Greg Thibert, Northeast, Sr.
DH Chris Wuthrich, Arundel, Sr.