Janesville junior Jared Hoodjer was named first team Class 1A all-Northeast District by the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association, the organization announced Monday.
Hoodjer was named to the team as a third baseman.
In helping the Wildcats finish the season 16-6, Hoodjer hit .508 with three home runs and 34 RBIs. He also tripled twice and doubled 10 times. He was lethal on the bases for the Wildcats, swiping a successful 30 bags on 31 attempts this summer.
Hoodjer owned a .935 fielding percentage and committed just three errors. He had 23 assists.
W-SR’s Key 1st team, Roose 2nd team all-district
Waverly-Shell Rock junior Chance Key was named first team Class 3A all-Northeast District as a utility player by the IHSBCA on Monday.
Key helped guide the Go-Hawks to the 3A Iowa High School Athletic Association state tournament last week at Duane Banks Field in Iowa City. The Go-Hawks lost to Central DeWitt in the quarterfinals and finished the season 33-8.
A sure-handed second baseman, hard-throwing pitcher and power-hitter, Key batted .403 with six home runs and 54 RBIs. He ranked third in 3A in RBIs and was fifth with 54 total hits. Twenty-two of his 54 hits went for extra bases, including four triples.
Key crafted a .902 fielding percentage and recorded 50 assists.
W-SR senior Andy Roose was a second team selection as an outfielder.
Roose batted .357 and drove in 26 runs for the Go-Hawks. He also hit three triples and 10 doubles. He stole 28 of 32 bases this season.
N-P trio named all-district
Three Nashua-Plainfield standouts received postseason recognition by the IHSBCA.
Senior pitcher Austin Bienemann and junior utility player Max Hillegas were named Class 1A first team all-Central District on Monday. Senior catcher Kristian Holmvig was a second team selection.
Bienemann started nine games and appeared in 12 others for the Huskies and crafted a record of 6-3 with a 3.61 earned-run average. He struck out 90 and walked 14 over 52 1/3 innings.
Hillegas led the Huskies with seven wins this summer. He also finished with a 2.27 ERA. He struck out 62 and walked 32 over 49 1/3 innings.
Hillegas was successful on all 13 of his stolen base attempts.
Offensively, Hillegas batted .475 to lead Nashua-Plainfield. He drove in a team-high 33 runs and homered three times.
Holmvig owned a .967 fielding percentage and made just six errors. He posted 13 assists and 164 putouts, and threw out six of 46 base runners.
At the plate, Holmvig hit .431 with two homers and 17 RBIs. He hit one triple and seven doubles.
Nashua-Plainfield finished the season 15-10.
Clarksville’s Negen 2nd team all-district
Clarksville senior outfielder Cole Negen was named to the Class 1A all-Northeast District second team by the IHSBCA on Monday.
Negen batted .375 and drove in 10 runs for the Indians this season. Negen finished with eight extra-base hits, including six doubles.
Denver pair named 1st team all-district
Denver junior Cale Neuendorf first baseman and senior utility player Bryce Phelps were named first team Class 2A all-Northeast District by the IHSBCA on Monday.
Neuendorf hit .342 and drove in 40 runs for Denver. He hit three home runs, nine doubles and tripled once. He owned a .956 fielding percentage and committed just seven errors.
Phelps batted .468 with a dozen doubles. He struck out just five times this season.
Phelps also stole 20 bases on 22 attempts.
Defensively, Phelps owned a .926 fielding percentage and committed just eight errors. He led the Cyclones with 65 assists.
Denver junior Braden Powers was a second team 2A all-Northeast District selection as a utility player.
Powers batted .324 and drove in a team-high 41 runs. On the mound, Powers made 11 starts and went 5-3 with a 2.82 ERA. He struck out 58 and walked 14 over 59 2/3 innings.
S-F’s Seehase 2nd team all-district
Sumner-Fredericksburg junior first baseman Klay Seehase was named second team Class 2A all-Northeast District by the IHSBCA on Monday.
Seehase hit .377 with one homer and drove in 20 for the Cougars, who finished 10-16.