Three picked in baseball, two for softball
Three members of the Blue Earth Area High School baseball team, and two from the BEA softball team, were named to the 2010 All-South Central Conference list recently.
Buccaneer baseball players on the All-SCC baseball team were Garrett Anderson and Taylor Owen. Brady Anderson was on the Honorable Mention All-SCC team.
Buc softball teammates Maddie McDonald and Alicia Rorman were the two BEA players named to the All-SCC softball team.
Senior Garrett Anderson led the Buccaneers in several categories, and had a .465 batting average in the conference.
He pitched and played first base for the Bucs. Anderson had a 2-1 record in the conference, and posted a 1.62 ERA.
Owen, a junior, had a .326 batting average in conference games. He pitched for the Bucs and played at third base.
As a pitcher, he also had a 2-1 record in the SCC, and posted a 3.28 ERA.
Brady Anderson, a sophomore, had a .342 batting average. He played at both the second base and center field positions during the year.
The Buccaneer baseball team was in third place in the SCC team standings, with a 5-5 conference record, tied with St. Peter.
New Ulm won the conference, with a 9-1 record. They had six players on the All-SCC team.
Fairmont was second in the conference at 7-3, and posted four players on the team, plus one honorable mention.
St. James and Waseca each had a 2-8 conference record.
In softball, McDonald, a junior pitcher, had a 3-7 record in the conference. She posted a 3.5 ERA and a .190 batting average.
Rorman, a senior, played at center field. She had a .229 batting average in the conference during the year for the Bucs.
BEA was in fourth place in the SCC team standings at the end of the season. The Bucs had a 3-7 conference record.
New Ulm was the conference champion with a perfect 10-0 record. They had five players on the All-SCC first team and one on the honorable mention list.
Waseca was in second place with an 8-2 record and four players on the All-conference list.
St. Peter was third with a record of 6-4. Fairmont was 2-8 and St. James 1-9 in the SCC.