Landry Chappell, Guthrie
The story: Best hitter on one of the most explosive offensive teams in the state, Chappell hit .478 with nine home runs and drove in 55 runs while playing any position necessary.
Kyle Vail, Moore
Position: First baseman
The story: It was a chaotic season for the Lions with coaching turmoil, but Vail never let it impact his play. The Wichita State signee hit .385 and also had 64 strikeouts in 47 innings.
Bryan Dutton, Guthrie
Position: Second baseman
The story: A three-sport star for the Bluejays, Dutton was even stronger and more complete a player as a sophomore. Went 5-4 on the mound, while also hitting 12 home runs with 54 RBIs.
Brian Anderson, Deer Creek
The story: Besides being one of the best hitters on the team, Anderson went back to being a pitcher for Deer Creek with a 5-2 record. Had 17 doubles and three home runs to go with a .509 average.
Player of the Year
Michael Fulmer, Deer Creek
Position: Third baseman
The story: Adding weight in the offseason gave Fulmer more strength in his legs. It showed on the mound, where teams had few answers for Fulmer. Went 10-2 with 0.72 ERA in helping Antlers to title game.
Cooper Ansell, Shawnee
The story: Broke his leg in Week 3 of the football season and bounced back to lead Shawnee to Class 5A state semifinals. Led the team in every way possible and also had 29 stolen bases with his .451 average.
Conor Costello, Edmond Santa Fe
The story: A junior year that was marred by injury is a thing of the past as Costello had a memorable senior campaign. Hit .373 with 33 RBIs to go with a 5-2 pitching record and 57 strikeouts. Signed with Arkansas.
Cisco Factor, Yukon
The story: Didn't always get a chance to showcase his skills as coach Kevin James said Factor was pitched around a lot. Still able to hit .492 with eight home runs and 38 RBIs.
Aaron Johnson, Midwest City
Position: Designated hitter
The story: It was a down year for the Bombers, but Johnson did everything he could as one of the most feared hitters in the area. Johnson hit .436 with four home runs and drove in 33 runs.
Clayton Blackburn, Edmond Santa Fe
The story: The Oklahoma signee was dominant for the Wolves, going 10-1 on the mound with 106 strikeouts in 66 innings. Hit .375 with seven home runs and drove in 45 runs.
Jace James, Putnam City North
The story: A big reasons the Panthers made it back to state tournament. James was 8-2 with a 1.77 ERA with 86 strikeouts. Also had five home runs and 46 RBIs, and coach Rod Richardsons said James has the best baseball IQ of any player he's coached.
Coach of the Year
Ron Moore, Deer Creek
The story: Another brilliant season for the Antlers. After losing four games in Alabama, Deer Creek didn't lose to an in-state foe until Edmond Santa Fe in the last game of regular season. Finished 33-6, reached state championship game and both Michael Fulmer and Brian Anderson have signed with Arkansas.