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2016 All-PBR VA/DC Team



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By John Nolan
Assistant Director of Scouting/Content Management 

With the completion of our second year of coverage of the High School season in Virginia and DC, we are excited to announce the first All-Prep Baseball Report VA/DC Team. Unlike All-Conference, Region, State, or other teams, we have not placed a cap on how many players at each position can make the team. We are simply choosing to recognize players who have put together outstanding seasons. 2016 in Virginia and DC saw many hitters with good years, but the story of the year was a deep group of dominant pitchers, as was evidenced by the fact that there was a no-hitter thrown nearly every night somewhere in our coverage area this spring. That theme will show in this year’s All-PBR VA/DC Team, as well over half of the honorees threw significant innings for their team.

 

2016 PBR VA/DC Player of the Year:

Jake Agnos
Jake Agnos, Battlefield
(East Carolina)
Agnos was named the All-Met Player of the Year by the Washington Post and the 6A State Player of the year by VHSL as he led the Bobcats to the State Championship game where they finished the year as the 6A Runners-up. On the mound, he opened the season with a seventeen strikeout no-hitter and continued his dominance all spring. He went 11-0 with a sub-1 ERA and 146 strikeouts. He also batted leadoff for the Bobcats and hit well over .350 with 14 stolen bases.


Finalists for Player of the Year
(Alphabetical order)

Michael Blanchard, Nansemond River (Old Dominion)
Blanchard was the ace of the Warrior’s staff and helped lead Nansemond River to the 5A State Championship. He was named the All-Tidewater Player of the Year and finished the season 10-2 with a 1.42 ERA and wins over Grassfield, Western Branch, Hickory, Indian River, and Potomac. 

Bryson Booher, Fort Chiswell (Concord)
Booher was a dominant two-way player and the key piece of Fort Chiswell’s run to the 1A State Tournament. At the plate, he hit .494 with three home runs and 35 RBI. On the mound he was the team’s ace, going 9-2 with a 1.34 ERA and 114 strikeouts.

Harry Brown, Greenbrier Christian (James Madison)
Brown anchored the middle of the Gators’ high-powered offense and hit .471 on the season with 14 doubles and 30 RBIs.

Khalil Lee, Flint Hill (Liberty)
Lee was named the Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year and hit .471 with six home runs while also pitching to a 7-0 record while piling up 87 strikeouts and a 0.33 ERA in just 43 innings on the mound.

Grey Lyttle, Hanover (High Point)
Lyttle was part of the Hawks’ loaded pitching rotation, throwing in the number 1 spot all season. He finished the year with an ERA under 0.67 and a 8-0 record. He also hit over .350 with six home runs and 34 RBIs for the 4A State Champions. Lyttle was also named the All-Richmond Metro Player of the Year.

Matthew Pinson, Maggie Walker
Pinson was the 2A State Champion’s ace and top hitter, winning the State Semifinal game and he entered the State Tournament hitting over .400.

 

All-Prep Baseball Report VA/DC Team 

Pitchers

Andrew Abbott, Halifax County, 2016

Jake Agnos, Battlefield, 2016

Justin Ager, Loudoun Valley, 2016

Michael Blanchard, Nansemond River, 2016

Connor Gillispie, Miller School, 2016

Brenan Hanifee, Turner Ashby, 2016

Zack Hess, Liberty Christian, 2016

Steven Johel, G.C. Marshall, 2016

Kevin Kelly, Paul VI Catholic, 2016

Corey Klak, Western Branch, 2016

Kent Klyman, Jamestown, 2016

Hayden Moore, Hanover, 2016

Conor Nolan, Mills Godwin, 2016

Zach Peek, Jefferson Forest, 2016

Austin Smallwood, Eastside, 2017

Anthony Simonelli, Millbrook, 2017

Garrett Stallings, Grassfield, 2016

Wade Strain, Lake Braddock, 2016

Cameron Vassar, Randolph-Henry, 2016

Casey Williams, Greenbrier Christian, 2016

 

Catchers

Harry Brown, Greenbrier Christian, 2016

Wesley Clarke, Liberty Christian, 2018

Matt Cooper, Norfolk Academy, 2017

Logan Driscoll, Lake Braddock, 2016

Hunter Gore, Loudoun Valley, 2016

Adam Hackenberg, Fork Union, 2018

Alex Smith, Mountain View, 2016

Tyler Solomon, Battlefield, 2017

Miles Watson, Tallwood, 2017

 

Infielders

Will Allocca, Collegiate, 2016

Alex Amos, Millbrook, 2016

David Angstadt, Collegiate, 2016

Evan Antonellis, Potomac, 2016

Logan Barker, Colonial Forge, 2017

Jack Cunningham, Paul VI Catholic, 2016

Chance Davis, Fort Chiswell, 2018

Niall Doherty, Atlantic Shores Christian, 2017

Thomas Francisco, Abingdon, 2018

Christian Hague, Cosby, 2016

Andrew Harcum, Goochland, 2016

Garrett Jones, Greenbrier Christian, 2016

Grant Keller, Midlothian, 2016

Tanner Morris, Miller School, 2017

J.D. Mundy, Northside, 2016

RJ Payne, William Monroe, 2017

Cayman Richardson, Hanover, 2016

Joe Rizzo, Oakton, 2016

Devin Sisson, Rappahannock, 2016

Vincent Steenburgh, Douglas Freeman, 2016

 

Outfielders

Jeb Anderson, Goochland, 2017

Kyle Battle, Glen Allen, 2016

Alex Burke, Potomac, 2016

Brenton Doyle, Kettle Run, 2016

Jared Enders, Chantilly, 2016

Dion Jordan, Nansemond River, 2016

Evan Lowery, Jamestown, 2016

Tomas Sanchez, Dinwiddie, 2018

Cody Schneider, Hickory, 2016

Hunter Williams, Windsor, 2017

 

Utility

Bryson Booher, Fort Chiswell, 2016

Carter Bach, Centreville, 2016

Drew Calohan, Rustburg, 2016

Jared DiCesare, Chantilly, 2016

Coleman Duty, Goochland, 2016

Evan Justice, Collegiate School, 2017

Khalil Lee, Flint Hill, 2016

Andrew Lowe, Southampton Academy, 2016

Grey Lyttle, Hanover, 2016

Matt Pinson, Maggie Walker, 2017

Josh Pittman, Highland School, 2017

Garret Price, Liberty Christian, 2016

Cam Remalia, St. John’s College, 2016

Will Schroeder, Loudoun County, 2018

Fox Semones, C.D. Hylton, 2016

Matt Shobe, Covenant School, 2016 

Timmy Stephan, Highland School, 2017

Rafi Vazquez, Bishop O’Connell, 2016

 

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