Spring All-Conference athletes named


SAN LUIS VALLEY — The spring prep sport season has drawn to a close with schools naming their All-Conference athletes. Stand-outs from respective conferences included the likes of Ryan Davis of Sargent and Brady Lenz of Sanford.
Davis was named “Player of the Year” for the 2A Southern Peaks League. The Sargent senior finished his season with a .500 on base percentage where he stole a team leading 30 bases. As the hurler Davis picked up seven wins with a 2.84 ERA.
At Sanford Lenz was named the “Male Athlete of the Year.” At this year’s State Meet in Jeffco Stadium Lenz qualified for three different jumping events. The Sanford senior took the 2A state title in the Triple Jump with a distance of 43’ 2.5.” Below is a more complete list of spring competitors

Baseball  
3A Intermountain League
All-Conference
Caden Alonzo, Alamosa
Brandon Buhr, Centauri (Honorable Mention)
Adam Crowder, Alamosa
Tristen Crowther, Centauri
Kolten Hillis, Alamosa (Honorable Mention)
John Lujan, Alamosa
Brian Shawcroft, Centauri
Chance Strand, Alamosa
Tyler Zimmerman, Alamosa

2A Southern Peaks First Team
Jacob Deacon, Sargent
Christian Guaderrama, Center
Guy Larsen, Sanford
Trevor Milne, Sargent
Patrick Mortensen, Center
Carlos Parra, Del Norte
Cristian Schaller, Sargent

2A Southern Peaks Second Team
Robbie Cortez, Center
Nick Davis, Del Norte
Ripper Fitz, Center
Dalton Gartrell, Sanford
Eddie Gonzalez, Sargent
Maguire Perterson, Sanford
Frank Torrez, Sargent

2A Southern Peaks
Player of the Year
Ryan Davis, Sargent

2A Southern Peaks
Coach of the Year
Terry Van Bibber, Sargent

Track
Hayley Crowther, Sanford, Triple Jump  
Alliya Garcia, Sangre de Cristo, Discus
Lilly Lavier, Alamosa
Brady Lenz, Sanford, Long Jump, Triple Jump
Josh Lopez, Alamosa
Josh Medina, Alamosa
KayLa Moore, Sangre de Cristo, High Jump
Avery Palmgren, Sangre de Cristo, Long Jump, 100M Dash, 300M Hurdles
Dillon Palmgren, Sangre de Cristo, 100M  Dash, 110M High Hurdles, 300M Hurdles
Allyssa Romero, Alamosa
Richard Sais, Alamosa

2018 Coach of the Year
Frank Cordova, Sangre de Cristo


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