Three Centennial baseball players were named to all-conference and three got honorable mention after a 13-10 season including 7-6 in conference. 

Jake Ehleringer, Owen Campbell and Casey Trapp, all seniors, were all-Northwest Suburban picks. Getting honorable mention were seniors Dalton McNamara and Alex Phillips, and junior Jaxon Waldvogel.

Campbell was the top hitter with a .415 average, 12 RBI’s, 10 runs and 11 walks. Trapp batted .400 with 11 runs. Ehleringer hit .372 with 10 RBIs and a team-leading 19 runs. McNamara hit .316 with 13 runs. Nolan Summerfield, in seven games, hit .375.

Phillips was the main pitcher, throwing 39.3 innings with 27 strikeouts and a 3.38 ERA per seven innings. Mathies threw 17 innings with a 1.65 ERA and Gabe Keonig 16.3 innings with a 2.14 ERA.

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