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2019 Sports in Kansas 3A All-State Baseball Team

Joseph Gruber (Sabetha) and Jace Kaminska (Caney Valley) take home top honors.
By: Sports in Kansas - Chet Kuplen
Jun 18, 2019

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Sports in Kansas has released its 2019 All-State Baseball Team. Selections were finalized by Chet Kuplen of Sports in Kansas with input from several media members in Kansas, this is not the coaches association team or just its members. Teams were also selected after the conclusion of the season. While the selection process is never perfect we encourage cooperation throughout the season with info/stats sent into Sports in Kansas at sportsinkansas@gmail.com. 

2019 Sports in Kansas 3A Baseball Player of the Year

Joseph Gruber, Sabetha, IF/P Sr.

Gruber has helped Sabetha earn back-to-back championships in football and baseball. The 6-foot, 200-pound Gruber will be attending Northwest Missouri where he hopes to play baseball next season. He reached base in every single game as a Bluejay, collected Class 3A Player of the Year and was unanimous first team all-state shortstop by the Kansas Baseball Coaches. Gruber batted .519 with a .627 on-base percentage with two homers, 20 RBI and 39 runs scored and 19 stolen bases. On the mound, Gruber was 5-0 with a 2.29 earned-run average and a 51/17 strikeout to walk ratio with 36.2 innings. Teammate Gabe Garber was the SIK 3A Player of the Year last spring.

Community National Bank would like to congratulate Coach Frey and Joseph Gruber on Sports in Kansas Player of the Year honors in 2019. Congrats to the back to back state champion Sabetha Bluejays! We are proud of you!

Keim Trucking is proud to support the Sabetha Bluejays. Congrats to the 3A State Baseball Champions in 2018 and 2019!

2019 Sports in Kansas 3A Baseball Pitcher of the Year

Jace Kaminska, Caney Valley, Jr.
 
Kaminska, a junior and Wichita State commit, has earned Pitcher of the Year in back-to-back seasons. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Kaminska has collected Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year and earned several other accolades in his career, including honorable mention All-American by Perfect Game. Kaminska, who throws 88 to 92 miles an hour, worked 32 innings and didn’t allow a single earned run. He struck out 85 with three walks, seven hits and five unearned runs allowed. He set a state record with 29 consecutive strikeouts. Kaminska’s 0.00 ERA tied Shawnee Mission East’s Joey Wentz (2016) for the only perfect ERAs in state history, according to the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. Wentz is currently pitching in the Atlanta Braves organization. As well, he batted .511 (24 of 47) with 11 doubles, a triple, two homers, 13 walks, 17 RBI, 24 runs scored and a .629 on-base percentage.

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2019 Sports in Kansas 3A Coach of the Year

Aaron Frey, Sabetha, 3A State Champs

Frey, who just completed his third season, has collected back-to-back 3A Coach of the Year honors. This spring, Sabetha went 21-3 and defeated Baxter Springs (6-5), Minneapolis (9-5) and top-seeded St. George Rock Creek (10-4) in a delayed tournament that finished up Monday. In the final, Sabetha led 5-0 early and 10-2. Last year, Sabetha finished 22-3 and defeated Thomas More Prep-Marian, 10-5. Frey, formerly at Andover Central, had previously coached at Sabetha from 1997-99.

Community National Bank would like to congratulate Coach Frey and Joseph Gruber on Sports in Kansas Player of the Year honors in 2019. Congrats to the back to back state champion Sabetha Bluejays! We are proud of you!

Keim Trucking is proud to support the Sabetha Bluejays. Congrats to the 3A State Baseball Champions in 2018 and 2019!

 

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2019 Sports in Kansas 2-1A All-State Baseball

First Team - Order patch by email ASAP: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

P-Jace Kaminska - Caney Valley, Jr.

P-Braden Argabright - Sabetha, Jr.

P-Landon Abbott - Baxter Springs, Sr.

P-Toby Becker - Rock Creek, Sr.

P-Grant Thompson - Jefferson West, Sr.

P-Storm Slupianek - Marysville, Jr.

C-Cade Addis - Cherryvale, Sr.

C-Tucker Branum - Colby, Sr.

IF-Cooper Cleland - Frontenac, Sr.

IF-Kobe Channel - Wellsville, Sr.

IF-Kade Chastain – Frontenac, Sr.

IF- Brady Kreutzer, TMP, Jr.

IF-Brant Morris - Baxter Springs, Soph.

IF-Joseph Gruber - Sabetha, Sr.

OF-Chas Carlgren - Concordia, Soph.

OF-Gabe Garber - Sabetha, Jr.

OF-Tristan Kulp - Riley County, Sr.

OF-Brooks Whaley - Rock Creek, Soph.

DH- Tanner Shalkowski – Wellsville Sr.

Util-Dawson Winter - Cheney, Sr.

Util-Spencer Davidson – Minneapolis, Soph.

Util-Garrett Harmison - Riley County, Jr.

Util- Drew Schmelze, Sabetha, Soph.

Sports in Kansas Second Team All-State Order patch by email ASAP: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

P-Jake Beckmann, Frontenac Jr.

P-Mason Wright - Colby, Jr.

P- Jalen Worthley, Sabetha, Fr. 

P-Abe Siebenmorgen - Maur Hill, Jr.

P-Kauy Kuhn - Cheney, Sr.

P-Clay Saporito – Columbus, Jr.

P-Colton Williams - Osage City, Sr.

P-Colby Dreiling, TMP, Jr.

P- Kevin Herman, Scott City Sr.

C-Connor Allen – Wichita Collegiate, Jr.

C-Riley Bush – Baxter Springs Soph.

IF-Brendan McBeth - Kingman, Sr.

IF-Cameron Minihan - Rock Creek, Sr.

IF- Jake Longabaugh, Sabetha, Sr. 

IF-Parker Meats - Burlington, Jr.

IF-Mason Sturdy - Rock Creek, Soph.

IF- Tyler Gerety – Nemaha Central Sr.

OF-Hunter Hein - Hillsboro, Jr.

OF-Trenton Reitmayer - Cheney, Fr.

OF-Gavin Cullor - Prairie View, Sr.

OF-Karter Carlson - Rock Creek, Sr.

Util-Gage Winger - Colby, Sr.

Util-Brendan Boles - Hesston, Sr.

Sports in Kansas Honorable Mention Order patch by email ASAP: sportsinkansas@gmail.com

Derek Boxberger – Hoisington, Vinny Esparza - Bishop Ward, Jordan Dominguez-Jones - BIshop Ward, Jacob Nevels - Bishop Ward, Dylan Harrison - Cimmaron, Connor Holle - Riley County, Jake Lindstrom - Silver Lake, JT Zerr - Colby, Evan Troike – Girard, Conner Dillon – Girard, Jaxson Gebhart – SE Saline, Bryant Banks – SE Saline, Eli Harris – SE Saline, Alec Damrill – Columbus, Grayson Walden – Columbus, Cameron Draeger – Columbus, Walker Braun – Russell, Cooper Windholz – Russell, Derek Roever - Marysville, Gustavo Cabrera - Cimmaron, Trent Moekel - Minneapolis, Alex Johnson – Frontenac, Carter Hegwald - Burlington, J.C. Shelton – Galena, Jaden Schmidt - Fredonia, Caleb Arnall - Baxter Springs, AJ Holmes - Galena, Paxton Meares – Collegiate, Bryan Chavez – Cimarron, Zach Vance - Wellsville, Chase Parker - Concordia, Johnny Molina - Prairie View, Ryan Raio – Frontenac, Carson Shockley – Riverton, Bryce Johnson – Riverton, Jake Lee – Frontenac, Michael Moreno – Hiawatha, Andrew Lierz – Hiawatha, Jace Grubb – Hiawatha, Hudson Smith – Beloit, Carson Jacobs – TMP, Grant Arasmith – Beloit, Spencer Davison – Minneapolis, Luke Vogel – Minneapolis, Nolan White – Minneapolis, Braxton Harrison – Cimarron, Dylan Harrison – Cimarron, Gustavo Cabrera – Cimarron,  Matt Morgan Lakin, Brad Bohl – Eureka, Garrison Spoonts – Eureka, Addison Oliver – Fredonia, Jaden Schmidt – Fredonia, Garrett McGuire – Erie, Cole Ellis – Caney Valley, Grant Thompson – Jefferson West, Kevin Mannell – Jefferson West, Austin Gerety – Nemaha Central, Noe Gauna – Nemaha Central, Zane Moylan – Holton, Trenton Schmitz – Holton, Eli Prine – Holton, Quinn Neuenswander – Jefferson West, Cayden Young – Jefferson West, Brock Blair – Riverside, Ashton Nelson – Council Grove, Ryan Schmitz – West Franklin, Clayton Noyons – West Franklin, Wyatt Green – Osage City, Colton Williams – Osage City, Avery Holle – Riley County, Connor Holle – Riley County, Will Homan – ST. Mary’s, Aidan Lee – Rock Creek, Jake Lindstrom – Silver Lake, Mason Sturdy – Rock Creek, Nate Williams – Rock Creek, Derek Roever – Marysville, Caen Brinegar – Marysville, Jonny Crome – Marysville, Tryston Jochems – Concordia, Hunter Shcroeder – Concordia, Gavin Thomas – Concordia, Chas Carlgen – Concordia, Jacob Williams – Concordia, Chase Parker – Concordia, Drew Caudle – Maur Hill, Ayden Black – Maur Hill, Aaron Noll – Maur Hill, Dickson Lin – Maur Hill, Andrew Berkefeldt – Santa Fe Trail, Jackson Showalter – Wellsville, Brannon Nordstedt – Burlington, Zackery Baker – Santa Fe Trail, Dawson Winter – Cheney, Trenton Reitmayer – Cheney, Harrison Voth – Cheney, Michael Milford – Kingman, Garrett Waldschmidt – Kingman, Connor Swink – Belle Plaine, Derek Boxberger – Hoisington, Dawson Driskill – Halstead, Drake Whealy – Chaparral, Matt Morgan – Lakin, Tyson Dinkel – TMP, Luke Richards – Wellsville, Trent Haberly – Caney Valley, Brady Roberts – Douglass, Landon Gegen – Cheney, Trent Reamer – Silver Lake, Harrison King – Scott City, Dillon Byrne – Silver Lake, Colton Williams – Osage City, Jarrett Shelton – Chaparral, Sawyer Harper – Hugoton, Jeff Nix – Scott City, River Amos – Holcomb, Henry Cole – Goodland, Kolby Johnson – Holcomb, Blaine Culp – Scott City, Konnor Griffin – Colby, , Ivan Valles – Hugoton, Levi Knoll – Holcomb, Jt. Zerr – Colby, Zayden Littell – Hugoton, Jayce Korf – Hugoton, Michael Mirabal – Hugoton,  Bryant Banks – SE of Saline, Eli Harris – SE of Saline, Kaden Griffin – Minneapolis, Cade Thomas – Minneapolis