MAIS All-District 5-2A Team

Prairie View claimed eight spots on the MAIS All-District 5-2A baseball team in voting conducted by the league's coaches.

Glenbrook senior right-hander Blake Mourad was named as the district's Most Valuable Player.

Senior right-hander/shortstop Tanner Caldwell heads the Spartans' selections. A five-year starter, Caldwell helped Prairie View to a 16-5 record and their second straight conference title.

Caldwell's offensive numbers feature a .343 batting average, a .400 on base percentage, a team-high 16 stolen bases (18 attempts) and 20 runs scored. On the mound, he compiled a 7-2 record with a 2.96 earned run average and 55 strikeouts through 40 innings pitched.

Senior first baseman Blake Ray hit .375 with a .486 on base percentage while leading the team in hits (21) and runs (25). He was also a perfect 13-of-13 in stolen bases.

Caldwell and Ray, the Spartans' only two seniors, are joined on the team by four juniors, a sophomore and a freshman.

Junior right-hander/utility man Jacob Farrar hit .304 with a .451 on base percentage, a .518 slugging percentage, two home runs, six doubles and a team-high 29 total bases. He was 5-2 on the bump with a 3.10 ERA and 34 punchouts in 31.2 innings.

Junior second baseman Connor Ouellette had a .302 batting average and a .388 on base percentage.

Tyler Peters, a junior center fielder, slashed .359/.528/.564 with a home run, five doubles and 14 RBIs.

Junior right fielder Gage Riles finished with a .310 batting average and a team-best .600 on base percentage. Besides drawing a dozen walks, he was hit by a pitch nine times.

Sophomore catcher Layton Rainbolt posted a .294 batting average with a .367 on base clip.

Freshman Mason Rogers led the Spartans in batting average (.405), slugging (.524), batting with runners in scoring position (.500) and RBIs (17). He compiled a 4-1 record on the hill with a 3.60 ERA and 27 strikeouts in 24 innings.