By Kris Freeman, Sports Information Director
GREENBRIER – White House senior third baseman Aaron Worrell was named the District 9-AA Most Valuable Player on Friday for baseball.
Worrell batted .359 with one home run and 27 RBIs, with an on-base percentage of .474 and OPS of 1.064 for the Blue Devils. He scored 27 runs.
On the mound, he was 1-0 with a save, and struck out 25 batters with an ERA of 3.20. He pitched 15.1 innings for the Devils his senior year.
White House was 18-9-1 and finished in third place behind Greenbrier and Sycamore in the District 9-AA regular season and tournament.
Eight other Devils also made the team with Michael Frye earning first-team pitcher honors, Josh Strother first-team silver slugger, and Blaine Mitchell first-team gold glove.
Senior Cole Pond was named second-team silver slugger and juniors Avery O’Bryan, Miles Suiter and Drew Vogel joined them. Junior Will Harper was named to the second team pitcher selections.
Congratulations to the Blue Devils! Here’s the complete team courtesy of Greenbrier Bobcats Baseball on Twitter.