East Jefferson’s Brody Moore pitches against Klahowya back in April. Moore had a shutout and at least three games that he struck out more than 10 batters this season for the Rivals. he was named tot he second team all-Nisqually League. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula News)

East Jefferson’s Brody Moore pitches against Klahowya back in April. Moore had a shutout and at least three games that he struck out more than 10 batters this season for the Rivals. he was named tot he second team all-Nisqually League. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula News)

NISQUALLY LEAGUE BASEBALL: East Jefferson's Moore named to second team

PORT TOWNSEND — East Jefferson’s Brody Moore, coming off an outstanding season for the Rivals baseball team, was named to the all-Nisqually League second team.

Moore had a number of outstanding performances for the Rivals. He didn’t win many games but kept East Jefferson in a lot of tight contests.

This season alone, Moore pitched a three-hit 1-0 shutout against Vashon, struck out 10 in a three-hitter against Seattle Christian, struck out 14 in an April 8 game against Klahowya and struck out 11 in a game against Cascade Christian. He actually struck out 15 in a game in his sophomore season.

Also making the honorable mention team was East Jefferson’s Rylan Dunn, who is now playing for the Wilder Baseball Club.

Brock Ryan of Bellevue Christian was named the Nisqually League MVP, while Charles Wright’s Henry Cheney was named coach of the year. Seattle Christian won the league sportsmanship award.

Full Nisqually League baseball awards:

MVP: Brock Ryan, BC.

Coach of the Year: Henry Cheney, CW/LC.

First Team

Pitcher — Finn Hawkins, VI; Dayton Rogers, BC; Easton Francis, CW/LC.

Catcher — Luke Evenson, BC.

Infield — Carson Langguth, Klah.; Aiden Michael, Klah.; Declan Englund, BC; Reece Colbert, CW/LC.

Outfield — Finn Magonegil, VI; Carson Moore, Klah.; Cash Erdman, BC; Jack Hilburn, SC.

DH — Camden Dickey, Klah.

Utility — Blake Robinson, Klah.

Second Team

Pitcher — Brody Moore, EJ; Tyler Neeley, CC; Charlie Walker, VI.

Catcher — Jack Harvey, VI.

Infield — Caden Fredericks, CC; Carter Calkin, BC; Mason Hill, BC; Zack Humphreys, CC.

Outfield — Aiden Thompson, CC; Owen Wood, Klah.

DH — Noah Chavira, CC.

Utility — Colby Stice, CW/LC.

Honorable Mention — Rylan Dunn, EJ; Franklin Morgan, Klah.; Blake Maggart, CC; Jack Vlahovich, BC; Jeffrey Stice, CW/LC.

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