ALL-NORTH COAST SECTION
Player of the Year
NICK DUGAN, ST. BERNARD'S
To find our Prep2Prep North Coast Section Player of the Year, we venture far away from the Bay Area, and even the main
part of the Redwood Empire. Where we found Nick Dugan is in the far north Behind the Redwood
Curtain in Eureka at St. Bernard’s, and what we found is a pitcher and slugger who just reported
to Stanford for the next chapter of his life and career.
After being the centerpiece of the Crusaders NCS Division VI and state CIF Northern Regional Division III championships teams that
went 27-4 overall and 12-0 in the Humboldt-Del Norte League, Dugan now adds the top honor in the
NCS to another very prestigious honor. The 6-1, 185-pound Dugan was one of five finalists for the
Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Baseball State Player of the Year award, and one of only two nominees from
north of Fresno and the only one from the NCS. He ultimately was named the Cal-Hi Sports Small
School Player of the Year.
“That’s awesome,” said Dugan when told he was the NCS Player of the Year. “Icing on the cake to a great season and a state
Dugan has been on the radar screen of college and MLB scouts from his early teens.
“At 14 years old I saw Nick pitch in an American Legion playoff game in front of recruiters from every school in the Pac-12,
and he threw a shutout,” said St. Bernard’s head coach Matt Tomlin. “I knew at that time how
special he was going to be.”
“Nick is the best pitcher I have ever seen pitch north of the Redwood Curtain at any level,” continued Tomlin, who
is also a successful American Legion coach as well as the head coach of the St. Bernard’s football team.
Naturally, Dugan saved his best performances for playoffs and its tougher competition. With St. Bernard’s trailing 6-2 in
the top of the third inning of the NorCal D3 title game against Alpha School-Elverta,
Dugan came on in relief of starter Aidan Dorsch and dominated the final 4.1 innings,
striking out all 13 batters he faced.
The St. Bernard’s offense got one run in the bottom of the third and four in the fourth, and with Dugan mowing down
everyone he faced, the Crusaders pulled out a 7-6 victory.
“After the third inning I told my teammates ‘you get the lead and they won’t score,” Dugan remarked. “I knew I was on a roll.”
Dugan, who has a fastball that touches the low 90s, was seemingly on a roll not just in the playoffs but all season.
The right-hander got the win in an 8-0 semifinal victory over a large school Central-Fresno
that was placed in Division III based on competitive equity. In that shutout win, he did
walk five but pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts.
In a 5-4 quarterfinal win against Foothill-Palo Cedro, Dugan came on and pitched 2.1 innings and fanned five.
Four days earlier, in a 7-0 shutout win over Credo in the NCS D6 title game, Nick gave up
no hits with four walks and 13 strikeouts in six innings of work.
Dugan finished 12-0 with a 0.82 ERA. In 60 innings, he had 137 strikeouts and only gave up 18 hits for a .107 opponents
batting average against him.
At the plate Dugan was just as tough to handle. He was 2-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored in the Alpha
Charter win. Dugan led the Crusaders with a .524 average, seven home runs, and 41 RBIs. He also
had a .865 slugging percentage and an astronomical 1.425 on-base plus slugging percentage.
Despite his status as a big star at a small school, Dugan is humble, and he was a leader and mentor to his teammates.
“Nick is obviously super talented, but what makes him more special is he is and amazing teammate,” Tomlin said. “Nick
would show up to JV games and hit ground balls to the young kids or help the coaches keep the scorebook.”
“Nick understands what it means to be part of a team,” Tomlin continued. “He is a humble superstar and that is a special quality.”
To get into Stanford takes not only athletic prowess but academics as well. Nick qualifies in both areas after carrying a
4.1 GPA at St. Bernard’s.
Dugan was considered one of the top 200 prospects for the MLB Draft, but with a chance to get an education on
The Farm, he’s not thinking about playing professionally at this time.
“I’m focused on Stanford right now,” Dugan said. “After that it will be my time to think about playing major league baseball.
For now, Dugan heads to The Farm as the Prep2Prep North Coast Section Player of the Year.
Other players considered for this award include De La Salle's Anthony Martinez and Foothill's Jack Basseer.
Coach of the Year
DAVID JEANS, DE LA SALLE
The football program at De La Salle is storied to say the least, with its winning streaks, seven CIF state Bowl Game
championships, and a movie about legendary former head coach Bob Ladouceur. And even the basketball
team has made its mark with two CIF state championships and six Northern California titles.
This year, it was the Spartans baseball team taking center stage by winning a fifth straight North Coast Section Division I
championship, and the first-ever CIF state Northern Regional Division I championship, all
under the careful guidance of head coach David Jeans.
Now, after leading De La Salle to the above mentioned accolades, as well as the Cal-Hi Sports State Team of the Year and
No. 1 spot in its final rankings, Jeans has been named the Prep2Prep North Coast Section Coach of the Year.
“Thank you for recognizing me, but it’s always about the kids,” Jeans said. “If I won an award for what our team did this season
it was because of their hard work.”
The hard work paid off in a 27-6 season overall, and an 11-2 first-place finish in the ultra tough East Bay Athletic League.
The Spartans ended up 7-0 in the playoffs and prior to the NorCal title they won the NCS championship
with a 9-inning 9-6 victory over EBAL archrival Foothill.
With his resume, Jeans could certainly have gone on to coach at the next level, but like he said for him it’s about the kids.
“I just feel comfortable at the high school level and developing players from their freshman to senior years,” said Jeans,
a 1985 graduate of Pittsburg High who played baseball and football as a Pirate. “College is
about recruiting and telling 15-year olds how good they are.”
It’s not like Jeans, who has been teaching physics at De La Sale since 2001, just arrived on the Spartans scene. His successes
go back farther than the past five full seasons of NCS championships.
Since taking the helm in 2012, and in 10 full seasons including a 3-1 record in the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Jeans has
amassed a 239-54 record. His teams have never been worse than second in the powerful East
Bay Athletic League and have won the title in six of the 10 seasons.
Jeans has guided the Spartans to seven of its 13 NCS large-school titles since 1985 with the first of his coming in 2012
in his very first season. They also won in 2014, and with there being no NCS championships
in baseball in 2020 and 2021, as previously mentioned, the Spartans have now won five straight
NCS Division I championships beginning in the 2016 season. In his time at De La Salle,
the Spartans have only failed to win an NCS crown twice.
In 2019 there were no state CIF Northern Regional playoffs, but that season Jeans led De La Salle to its first Cal-Hi
Sports State Team of the Year honors after finishing with a 29-1 record and 13-0 in the EBAL.
The 2019 team was also ranked No. 1 in the nation by some rankings services.
Fittingly, in the very first year the state CIF has held Northern Regional baseball championships, De La Salle captured
the crown. It wasn’t easy, particularly since the Spartans were down 6-3 going into the
bottom of the seventh inning of the title game against Central Coast Section Division
I champion St. Francis. But Jeans pushed the right buttons and the team rallied for four
runs in the bottom of the seventh for a walk-off 7-6 victory.
Naturally, the always humble Jeans still really just wanted to talk about his players.
“It’s about the kids and this was a special group, 27 seniors on a 37-player squad,” Jeans said. “For them to go out on top was fitting.”
Prep2Prep NCS Senior of the Year Anthony Martinez is off the UC Irvine, Donovan Chriss is now at UC San Diego, and Cade
Cushing is at San Jose State. Over the years Jeans has sent many players on to the next level,
but to many he’s more than just a baseball coach.
Nick Fusari, a member of two of the NCS championship teams including the 2019 team, is a perfect example.
“Coach Jeans always told us his goal for us is not just to play college or professional baseball, but for us to mature into
becoming great brothers, husbands and fathers. This is the epitome of what he is all about,”
said Fusari, a senior studying finance and playing baseball at Cal Lutheran. “What he truly cares
about is that his players are good people and do things the right way in whatever the case may be.”
“I always have him on my mind whenever I’m going about things throughout my day, mostly non-baseball related things,” Fusari
continued. “It’s human nature to sometimes want to cut corners when things get hard. But the
respect people gain for you when you always go about life the right way no matter what
is unlike anything else. That’s what he has taught me and that’s what I pride myself on in
large part because of Coach Jeans.”
Football may be king in some circles, but after what Jeans has accomplished with the Spartans, and the effect he’s
had on the young men coming through the baseball program, Jeans takes a back seat to no one,
even the storied De La Salle football program.
Congratulations to David Jeans on being named the Prep2Prep North Coast Section Coach of the Year.
Other coaches considered for this award include Cardinal Newman's Derek DeBenedetti, Ukiah's Aaron Ford and St. Bernard's' Matt Tomlin.
FIRST TEAM ALL-NCS
Michael Barnett, College Park
The Diablo Athletic League-Foothill Division Pitcher of the Year, Cal-Hi Sports all-state first-team, all-Bay Area New Group
and San Francisco Chronicle all-Metro first-team selection, now takes his spot on the
four-pitcher rotation of the Prep2Prep all-NCS first team. His team went out in the first round
of the NCS Division I playoffs, but overall the current UCLA 6-4 right-hander had more than
solid totals with 90 strikeouts in 65.2 innings and just 16 walks with a 1.28 ERA.
Nic Bronzini, California
Now at LSU where he’s been since July 4, the 6-3, 238-pound left-hander with a fastball that hits the low 90s, was an imposing
figure on the mound for a Grizzlies team that went 23-6 and 10-3 and tied for second place in the
East Bay Athletic League. He now joins the Prep2Prep all-NCS first team pitching rotation after
being named Cal-Hi Sports all-state first team and all-BANG first team. He finished with a 9-3
record with a 1.51 ERA and a whopping 133 strikeouts and only 26 walks in 74.1 innings, and he
did it in one of the toughest leagues California. One of his losses was to De La Salle and
the other two were to Foothill in games his team scored a combined one run.
Tyler Gebb, Foothill
The Falcons 6-3,185-pound right-handed pitcher set a school record and was tops in the Bay Area with 14 victories in
helping Foothill to a 26-6 record overall and 10-3 in the powerful East Bay Athletic League,
where he was first-team all league. Gebb was also a Cal-Hi Sports all-state second team overall
and first team Underclass honoree, and a Bay Area News Group and San Francisco Chronicle
first-team selection. He was 14-1 with a 1.82 ERA in 17 appearances. De La Salle roughed
him up in two appearances, but in his first appearance against the Spartans threw a two-hitter
for a 4-1 victory.
Tyler Wood, De La Salle
The East Bay Athletic League only had the 6-2, 180-pound right-hander as honorable mention but we see it a bit different. Maybe
the EBAL coaches were looking back beyond this year since Wood basically came out of nowhere
after he only had two-thirds of an inning of varsity experience prior to this season. We only
look at this year and Wood was arguably the ace of the staff of the NCS Division I and state
CIF Northern Regional Division I champions, going 8-0 with a 1.94 ERA and 51 strikeouts and
only 14 walks in 54 innings. The San Francisco Chronicle saw Woods as first-team all-Metro and the
BANG had him on its second team.
Anthony Martinez, De La Salle
The Prep2Prep NCS Senior of the Year was the centerpiece of the Spartans NCS Division I and state CIF Northern Regional Division
I titlists. Martinez hit for a whopping, team-leading .411 batting average, stroked a school-record
10 home runs, plus he had six doubles, 44 RBIs and 21 runs scored. The batting average was
tops in the ultra-tough EBAL and the top mark for large school programs in the NCS, the home
runs was tops in the NCS and tied for the No. 9 reported mark in the state, and the RBIs
tied for No. 11 in the state. Defensively behind the plate Martinez had no errors in 254 total chances.
Jack Basseer, Foothill
Now at Pepperdine, the East Bay Athletic League Player of the Year, Cal-Hi Sports all-state first-team, and BANG and
San Francisco Chronicle all-Metro first-team selection, was a finalist for both Prep2Prep Player
of the Year and Senior of the Year. Basseer led the team in just about every statistical category
on the NCS Division I runners-up. He had a .377 batting average with eight home runs, nine
doubles, 35 RBIs, 30 runs scored and nine stolen bases. He also was part of a very impressive
Foothill infield defensively. Playing the hot corner at third base, he had a .928 fielding
percentage with only five errors in 69 total chances.
Brendan Comerford, Foothill
The St. Mary’s-committed junior shortstop and BANG and San Francisco Chronicle all-Metro second-team selection earns a
Prep2Prep all-NCS first-team spot in the infield with his bat and his glove. His .377 batting
average was third on the Falcons, plus he had two triples, eight doubles, 16 RBIs and 17 runs scored.
His defense in one of the top leagues in the state was superb with only four errors in 105
total chances for a .962 fielding percentage.
Alec Nava, De La Salle
The Cal-Hi Sports all-state third-team, BANG second-team and all-EBAL first-team honoree is now at San Joaquin Delta College
after hitting leadoff and playing second base for the Spartans last season. He was second
on the team among regular players with a .409 batting average with 19 RBIs and a team leading 30
runs scored. Despite not getting a hit in the CIF state Northern Regional title game victory
over St. Francis, Nava was hot down the stretch with 13 hits in 25 at-bats in the previous
six playoff games.
Charlie Welch, Redwood
The Giants shortstop and Marin County Athletic League Player of the Year and San Francisco Chronicle all-Metro second-team
honoree has gone off to UC Santa Barbara after snagging a Prep2Prep all-NCS first-team
selection for the Redwood Empire portion of the section. Last season he hit .500 in
league (.435 overall) with 20 RBIs and 21 runs scored for a Redwood team that went 20-9
overall and 12-4 in league. He also only struck out seven times in 100 plate appearances
and had 15 stolen bases.
Evan Bilter, Foothill
The leading hitter for the Falcons batted .439 on 43 hits. He also had two home runs, eight doubles, six stolen bases and
his 33 RBIs were second on the team. Defensively he only had three errors in 53 total chances
for a .943 fielding percentage. Besides a Prep2Prep all-NCS first-team selection, the current
Colorado of the Mines freshman was a second-team all-BANG and a Cal-Hi Sports all-state
Raoul Fabian, California
The current Long Beach State freshman adds Prep2Prep all-NCS first-team outfield honors to a Cal-Hi Sports all-state second-team
Multi-Purpose, and all-EBAL first-team, all-BANG first-team and San Francisco Chronicle
all-Metro first-team selections. Fabian hit a team-leading .433 on 39 hits for a Grizzlies
team that went 23-6 and 10-3 in the ultra-tough EBAL. He had 15 extra base hits with a
whopping 11 doubles, two home runs and two triples. Fabian also had 13 stolen bases and a
perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 27 total chances.
Anthony Potestio, Heritage
His profile says he can play multiple positions including center field and that’s where the Bay Valley Athletic League
Most Valuable Player lands on the Prep2Prep all-NCS first-team outfield to go with an
all-BANG third-team selection. Last season Potestio hit .412 with two home runs, four triples,
five doubles, 27 RBIs, 26 runs scored, and 12 stolen bases for a Patriots team that made
it to the NCS D1 second round.
Donavan Chriss, De La Salle
The current UC San Diego freshman had the distinction of scoring the winning run when the Spartans scored four in the
bottom of the seventh for a 7-6 walk-off victory over St. Francis in the state CIF Northern
Regional Division I title game. In that game he was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored.
On the season Chriss hit an even .400 with six doubles, 19 RBIs and 19 runs scored. When he
wasn’t playing shortstop, the right-handed pitcher went 3-0 with six saves and a 0.70 ERA with
35 strikeouts in 30 innings. Chriss went seven innings and got the win on a three-hitter
with six strikeouts in a 5-1 victory over Foothill in the NorCal D1 semifinals.
Nick Dugan, St. Bernard’s
The Prep2Prep North Coast Section Player of the Year is already at Stanford. After the kind of season he had,
Dugan could have been a first-team pitcher but with the kind of numbers he put up at the plate
he goes Utility to open up a pitching spot. This past season Dugan was 12-0 with a 0.82 ERA.
In 60 innings, he had 137 strikeouts and only gave up 18 hits for a .107 opponents batting
average against him. With bat in hand, Dugan led the Crusaders with a .524 average, seven home runs,
and 41 RBIs. He also had a .865 slugging percentage and an astronomical 1.425 on-base plus
Ryder Helfrick, Clayton Valley
The Arkansas-committed Helfrick played mostly as a catcher where he was named a Cal-Hi Sports all-state Underclass first-team
selection, but we felt he was deserving of Prep2Prep all-NCS first-team honors so he snags a utility
spot. The all-Diablo Athletic League-Foothill Division first-team, all-BANG first-team,
and San Francisco Chronicle all-Metro second-team honoree hit a team-leading .424 for the
21-5 overall and 10-2 league champions. He also had six triples, 12 doubles, 11 RBIs, 29 runs
scored and 19 stolen bases. He also only committed one error in 233 total chances for an
amazing .996 fielding percentage.
Jacob Krieg, Clayton Valley
The Diablo Athletic League Most Valuable Player and current Oregon State freshman was also a Cal-Hi Sports all-state third-team,
San Francisco Chronicle all-Metro first team and all-BANG second-team selection. The ultimate
utility-type player who pitched and played third now takes his place on the all-NCS first team.
Last season on the mound Krieg was 9-1 with a 0.44 ERA which translates into only four
earned runs in 13 appearances and 64 innings pitched. He also had 83 strikeouts and a
mere seven walks. At the plate he hit .339 with a home run, four doubles, 14 RBIs, 18 runs
scored and five stolen bases.
Josh Morano, Granada
We agreed with the East Bay Athletic League Pitcher of the Year selection, but to open more spots the Prep2Prep North Coast
Section Junior of the Year gets a first-team Utility spot. On the mound, the Arizona-committed
Morano was 7-3 with a paltry 1.24 ERA and 98 strikeouts and only 19 walks in 62 innings.
Opposing batters hit .203 against him and only had a .280 on-base percentage, and it all
came mostly in an EBAL chock full of top-notch hitters. When he wasn’t pitching, Morano
played some first base and he got 82 plate appearances which were among the team’s leaders.
He only batted .233 but on a team that didn’t have a ton of big bats, his nine RBIs were
tied for third on the Matadors. Morano was also only one of three Granada players to
hit a single home run last season. He did that against cross-town arch rival Livermore and
he also pitched a five-hitter with a season-high 12 strikeouts and no walks in a 7-1 victory.
SECOND TEAM ALL-NCS
Cole Ehrhorn, Liberty
The Bay Valley Athletic League Pitcher of the Year and all-BANG third-team selection gets a spot in the Prep2Prep all-NCS second-team
rotation. Ehrhorn was the ace of the staff of a Lions team that as the No. 7 seed got to
the NCS D1 semifinals before bowing out to eventual champion De La Salle. He was 7-2 with a 2.19 ERA
and 79 strikeouts in 73.2 innings. He got the win in a 1-0 quarterfinal victory over No. 2
seed Clayton Valley after tossing a four-hitter with six strikeouts.
Austin Ford, Ukiah
The North Bay League-Oak Division Pitcher of the Year with a mid-80s fastball was the winning pitcher when
the ninth-seeded Wildcats ran the table to win the NCS Division II crown in a 13-1 victory
over Petaluma. The right-hander also got the win in a 1-0 victory over top-seeded Marin Catholic
in the quarterfinals. In those two games combined he gave up no earned runs and eight hits with
nine strikeouts. For the season he was 7-1 with a 1.54 ERA and 66 strikeouts in 54.2 innings.
He also hit .326 with 26 runs batted in.
Cal Randall, De La Salle
Others had better overall numbers than this 6-3, 195-pound UCLA-committed junior flame thrower who, according to
PerfectGame.org, touched 95 mph late last month with his fastball. But he gets the nod for
a spot in the Prep2Prep all-NCS second-team rotation because of a few intangibles. Randall
got the start in the 7-6 state CIF Northern Regional Division I championship game victory
over St. Francis and finished 4-2 with a 2.76 ERA and a team-high 61 strikeouts in 45.2 innings.
Noah Zirkle, St. Mary’s
The ace of the staff that won an NCS Division IV title is now a freshman at Fresno State where he is a prototype pitcher
for the next level at 6-3, 215 pounds with a low 90ss fastball. Last season the Tri-County
Athletic League-Rock Division Pitcher of the Year went 8-2 with a 2.15 ERA and 79 strikeouts in 52 innings.
Josh Martin, San Marin
The heart and soul of a very young Mustangs team now adds a Prep2Prep second-team selection to all-Marin County Athletic League
first-team honors. Martin was among the team and league leaders statistically, hitting
.500 with 42 hits including six home runs and 10 doubles with 28 RBIs and 29 runs scored.
Brett Neidlinger, Windsor
The North Bay League-Oak Division Most Valuable Playe had some of the top offensive and
defensive numbers in the Redwood Empire portion of the NCS.
The 6-3, 190-pound shortstop and occasional right-handed pitcher hit .451 with a home run, seven doubles, 16 RBIs, 27 runs scored and seven steals.
On defense he had one error in 75 total chances.
Brady Wetzel, California
The Grizzlies third-baseman adds Prep2Prep second-team honors to all-EBAL first-team and all-BANG honorable-mention selections.
Last season Wetzel batted .354 with 10 RBIs, but he had 28 runs scored with only 23 hits meaning
he found ways to get on base reaching another 22 times via walks, getting hit or by error. He also
had 18 stolen bases and that helped him get in scoring position. At third base, Wetzel only had
two errors in 41 total chances.
Nathan Phelps, Cardinal Newman
The North Bay League–Oak Division Offensive Player of the Year was the top player on the NCS Division III champion Cardinals.
The Newman centerfielder and occasional relief pitcher hit .412 with a home run, six doubles,
17 RBI2, 27 runs scored, 21 stolen bases and he had a .958 fielding percentage.
Cole Curtis, Albany
The Tri-County Athletic League-Rock Division co-Most Valuable Player who can play all three outfield positions, helped the
Cougars win the league title, hitting .429 with five home runs, nine doubles,
22 RBIs, 23 runs scored, 15 stolen bases. On defense he only had one error in 41 total chances.
Darrell Mays, Berkeley
The West Alameda County Conference-Foothill Division co-Player of the Year was outstanding at the plate and on the mound
for the conference champions. The all-BANG third-team honoree hit .333 with two home runs,
11 doubles, 15 RBIs, 22 runs scored, and 11 steals. On the mound Mays went 5-1 with a 1.77 ERA.
He also played multiple positions when not pitching and had a .948 fielding percentage
with only three errors in 58 total chances.
Griffen DeRusso, Berean Christian
His profile says he can catch, play infield and pitch so the all-BANG second-team and all-Diablo Valley Athletic League-Valley
Division first-team selection now adds a Prep2Prep second-team utility honor to his resume. Last
season DeRusso led the Eagles in every offensive statistical category, hitting .365 with four
home runs, three triples, 10 doubles, 36 RBIs, 28 runs scored and 19 stolen bases. On defense
he only made two errors in 259 total chances. DeRusso even had an appearance on the mound.
Kody Perry, Marin Catholic
One of the top all-around players in the Redwood Empire portion of the NCS was a first-team all-MCAL honoree as a pitcher,
but his overall prowess gives him a utility slot. On the mound he was 9-0 with a 1.27 ERA and
78 strikeoutsand only 11 walks in 60.2 innings. He threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts for
top-seeded Marin Catholic in it NCS D2 opening round 5-2 victory over Washington-Fremont,
but in the next game his Wildcats were upset 1-0 by eventual champion Ukiah.
As a batter, he hit .375 with a home run, seven doubles, 18 RBIs and 18 runs scored.
Landon Rota, Cardinal Newman
The Cardinals junior star right-handed pitcher who played infield when not on the mound, now adds Prep2Prep second-team utility
honors to an all-North Bay League–Oak Division first-team utility selection. As a pitcher,
Rota was 4-1 with a 0.98 ERA and 48 strikeouts in 42.2 innings for the NCS Division III champions.
He hit .377 and had 11 RBIs, 13 runs scored, and seven stolen bases, plus he only had four
errors in 59 total chances in the field.
Dylan Stewart, St. Joseph Notre Dame
The Bay Counties Most Valuable Player and all-BANG third-team selection adds Prep2Prep All-NCS second-team honors to a solid
season. On the mound, Stewart finished 6-2 with a 1.77 ERA and a whopping 131 strikeouts in
75 innings for the NCS D4 runners-up. He hit .386 with 20 RBIs and 23 runs scored.
Benjy Braunstein, Kyle White
Jake Cross, Owen Firestone, Luis Licea, Ethan Thomas
Cal Amborn, Jonas Salk, Noah Strobel
Jacob French, Ben Saitz
Sebastian Gonzalez, Luke Meyer, Noah Peterson
Luca McKerley, Kevin Parker
Antonio Carter, Rashad Hayes, Siraj Shibazz, Caden Wooster
Connor Fritch, Hideki Prather
Brady Boyd, Mason Lerma
Dylan Peterson, Kaden Ramirez, Austin Steeves
Jordan Bolden, Jerry Coakley
Diego Emerling, Xavier Guillen
LJ Majarucon, Elijah Scott, Chase Taylor
DE LA SALLE:
Jacob Baca, David Costa, Alex De La O
Michael Cole, Erich Poynter
Nate Cordoba, Diego Hernandez
Landon Marchetti, Riley Pimental
Nick Andrews, Matt Chadsey,Dalen Tinsley
Jonah Bronstone, Greyson Devine, Justin Jones, Sam Lapping, Joey Rusca, Brady Wright
Michael Baker, Nick Goff, Christian Loercher, David Roberts
Wesley Allen, Carson Smith, Josh Volderming
Jayden Lee, Carl Schmidt
Connor Ross, Cameron Taylor
Matt Campopiano, Ian Wright
Joe Brown, Aaron Davainis, Wyatt Davis, Dante Vachini
Mike Aikawa, Davis Alazraqui, Tobin Cantrill, Nick Defazio, Will Sprague
Khamani Blakney, Halen Guerrero
Beau Jurasek, Nicolas Sebastiani
Matteo Bellisimo, Tyler Buxton, Jake Moore
Caleb Ford, Ethan Rinehart
Ian Fernandez, Dario Freschi
Damien Escarcega, Elijah Hackathorn, Tyler Nordyke, Antonio Rivera