Spartans’ Clausen and Clemons take All-State First Team Honors | High school baseball –



North Scott junior pitcher and infielder Sam Skarich has been named to the third team. Skarich hit .396 with four homers and 39 RBIs while going 6-1 over the hump with a 2.53 ERA and 66 strikeouts in 58 innings.

In Class 3A, Kannon Coakley of Maquoketa and Boomer Johnson of Central DeWitt were the winners of the first team.

Coakley, selected as the receiver, beat a high of 0.486 with 22 doubles, three homers and 39 RBIs. He had a percentage on goals near 0.575 and stole 13 goals in 14 attempts.

Johnson, who was instrumental in the Sabers’ race to the state semifinals, was a utilitarian selection. He was 9-2 on the mound with a 1.36 ERA and 76 strikeouts in 61+ innings. At home he was a .319 hitter with 28 RBIs.

Davenport Assumption’s Max Stein (thief) made the second team and Noah Mack (utility) was the third team. Stein produced 0.439 for the Knights while Mack was 5-1 with a 2.71 ERA on the mound and produced 0.343 with 29 RBIs.

In class 2A, Camanche infielder Mike Delzell was selected for the second team. He led a state semifinal team on average (.495), hits (50), doubles (14), home runs (5) and RBI (48).

Durant had two third-team caps with pitcher Nate Dierickx and infielder Ben Orr. West Liberty junior Caleb Wulf was a utility third team selection.



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