Going undefeated in Four Rivers Conference action, the Sullivan Eagles ran away with the league’s baseball title in 2013.
Sullivan, which also won its district, went 17-6 overall and 7-0 in league action during the season.
Pacific, Union and St. Clair tied for second at 4-3. Pacific was 9-7 overall while Union went 6-8 and St. Clair was 6-16.
Tied for fifth place were St. James, New Haven and Hermann at 3-4. St. James was 9-14, New Haven went 7-10 and Hermann was 7-11.
Owensville was last in the league at 0-7 and 1-18 overall.
Eight players received unanimous first team honors in voting by the coaches. That included league player of the year Jake Ford, a senior outfielder from St. James.
Other unanimous picks:
• Sullivan senior pitcher Seth Mesey;
• New Haven senior pitcher Austin Madden;
• Sullivan sophomore infielder Matt Foster;
• Pacific junior infielder Tanner Brown;
• St. Clair senior infielder Austin Gotway;
• St. Clair senior outfielder Brenden Murphy; and
• Pacific junior outfielder Hank Vandaveer.
Others on the first team were St. James junior catcher Justin Ray, Sullivan senior infielder JC Beckett, Sullivan senior pitcher Joey Lochner, Hermann junior pitcher Grant Ruediger, Union senior pitcher Ashton Dehn, Sullivan senior infielder Zach Blanton and St. James senior infielder Troy Parker.
Members of the second team were Hermann freshman outfielder Connor Lane, St. Clair junior pitcher Jake Oermann, New Haven junior infielder Ross Seitter, St. Clair senior outfielder Greg Marler, New Haven junior catcher Garrett Schoenfeld, St. James junior pitcher Zack Dean, Union senior catcher Dillen Myers, Pacific junior infielder Allen Fitzgerald, Union sophomore outfielder Dustin Griffin, Hermann junior catcher Craig Winkelmann, Owensville sophomore infielder Landon Farrell and St. Clair junior infielder Ben Feddersen.