Three Whiteford Bobcats were named to the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association Second Team All-State squad.
Levi Hillard (utility), Logan Tammerine (infield) and Cole Giesige (pitcher) received all-state honors.
“It was a great season and it’s great for our kids to be recognized,” Whiteford coach Terry Pant said. “They were very deserving.”
Hillard capped a strong regular season with a tremendous post-season run, getting the winning hit in the district semifinals, throwing a no-hitter in the district championship game then hitting a homerun in the regional semifinal victory.
At the plate, Hillard hit .400, leading the team. He had 42 hits in 105 at-bats, hit one home run and had 20 RIs. As a pitcher, Hillard went 6-4 with a 1.97 ERA and 83 strikeouts in 60.1 innings.
Tammerine, a freshman, hit .390 with five homeruns and 33 RBIs. He also scored 31 times.
“He’s a very impressive player,” Blissfield coach Larry Tuttle said. “He handles himself very well at third and swings a good bat.”
Giesige his .287 with 33 hits. On the mound, he went 7-2 with a 2.12 ERA and 96 strikeouts in just 59.1 innings.