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David Krueger and Herald staff | dkrueger@heraldnet.com
Published: Tuesday, May 22, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Vote for Baseball Player of the Year

Jordan Silva, Lynnwood
Senior, 3B
.516 avg., .581 OBP, .710 slugging, 18 RBI

Keenan Miller, Glacier Peak
Senior, OF
.455 avg., .667 slugging, 25 RBI

Anthony Blackie, Lake Stevens
Senior, P/1B
.515 avg., 25 RBI, 4-0 rec., 1.12 ERA

Jake Nelson, Lake Stevens
Senior, P/OF
.406 avg., 30 RBI, .525 OBP

Levi MaVorhis, Archbishop Murphy
Senior, P/1B
8-0 rec., 2.08 ERA, .469 avg., 26 RBI

Alec Kisena, Jackson
Junior, P
6-1 rec., 0.93 ERA, 44 Ks

Trai Patrick, Jackson
Senior, DH
.400 avg., 19 RBI, 16 runs, .680 slugging, eight doubles, three HRs

John Naff, Marysville Pilchuck
Senior, 1B
.492 avg., 23 RBI, 23 runs, eight doubles

Ryan Budnick, Edmonds-Woodway
Senior, P/1B

Patrick Bernard, Edmonds-Woodway
Senior, P/3B

K.J. Brady, Cascade
Senior, P/OF
.351 avg., .507 OBP, 18 runs, 12 RBI, 15 stolen bases,

Alex Hatch, Mountlake Terrace
Senior, 1B/P
7-1 rec., 84 Ks, 2.33 ERA, .400 avg., .550 OBP, 16 RBI

Austin Johnson, Mountlake Terrace
Senior, C
.371 avg., .714 slugging, 26 runs, five triples, three HRs

Matt Hirsch, Meadowdale
Senior, SS
.360 avg., .740 slugging, five triples

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