It was a banner year for Jeffco baseball.
Both 4A and 5A Jeffco proved to be the state’s best two leagues this prep season.
From Green Mountain’s incredible run to its 4A state championship, to 5A Arvada West’s historic run through their conference to win a Jeffco league title, there were many special moments created by so many special players.
Even Jeffco teams that struggled and finished under .500 each had several players that are as good as any players on league championship teams.
This made selecting Colorado Community Media’s All-Jeffco Baseball Team a struggle. But we here at CCM toiled over the rosters and put together a list of the best prep baseball player from every Jeffco team to create our own Jeffco all-star team.
Making things even tougher is the fact that very accomplished teams like Green Mountain, Arvada West, Wheat Ridge and Ralston Valley had numerous players who all had impact seasons with big stat lines. So choosing just one of these players was very difficult.
But in the end we put together this list of CCM’s All-Jeffco Baseball Team:
played on a team that only won three games yet he was very productive in all of his games this season producing a .385 average and scoring 24 runs.
was an offensive monster for the Wildcats this season hitting four home runs in 18 games. He wrapped up his senior campaign by hitting .448 with 26 hits and 14 RBI.
played on a team that had a mediocre season, but his stats were anything but: .460 batting average and 29 hits, scoring 19 runs.
is not only one of Jeffco’s best hoopsters but he was also its biggest offense force this season hitting seven home runs, 28 hits, 26 RBI and scoring 30 runs.
played on a team that didn’t win near as many games as rivals Wheat Ridge and Green Mountain, but he still managed to hit .509 with 20 RBI off of 29 hits in 19 games.
played on a state championship team that had many players worthy of his honor. But his offensive production was so strong he made our list as the only underclassmen. Featherston had a .439 average, 36 hits, 38 RBI, seven home runs and he led the state with 49 runs scored.
played on a team that struggled this season but his personal offensive production thrived with a .462 average, 30 hits (in 19 games), 20 RBI and 19 runs scored.
was not only his team’s best pitcher but he also carried his team with a .500 average, 15 hits, 13 runs and a pair of home runs (in 15 games).
played on a team that finished on the bottom of a stacked 5A Jeffco. But he still managed to produce a .340 average, 16 hit and three home runs.
was not only Jeffco’s best pitcher but perhaps the best in the state this season. Holloway went 6-1 with a 2.60 ERA. But the man-child can hit too. Holloway had an offensive stat line of a .419 average with 25 hits and five home runs.
is selected here but not without a fight from his teammates. The Farmers had five different players that could have been honored but the pitcher Wagoner went 6-0 with an impressive 1.40 plus was one of his team’s best hitters (.350, 21 hits and 20 RBI).