Jordan went 3-2 with a 2.24 ERA. He struck out 27 and walked nine in 34 1/3 innings pitched.
He led the team in innings pitched and opponent’s batting average (.210).
“Kyle’s got a real nice arm,” Turner said. “He really had outstanding control on the season. He threw 63 to 67 percent strikes. He has outstanding control and a really good curveball.”
Connor Looker, P, Logansport
The senior left-hander stepped onto the varsity scene as a sophomore when he shut down a Taylor squad that went on to make it to the semistate in Class 2A.
His senior season Looker went 2-1 with a 3.58 ERA. He struck out 22 and walked 14 in 29 1/3 innings pitched.
“He has outstanding stuff,” Turner said. “He wasn’t quite as consistent in the middle of the season as he was early and then late. But he has a good arm, a real live fastball, good stuff.”
Turner added that if the Berries would have gotten past Jeff in the sectional semifinal, Looker would have gotten the ball against McCutcheon in the final.
Zach McCoy, 2B/SS, Cass
Last year’s Loganland Player of the Year was hampered by a hamstring injury through part of this season.
He still managed to hit .367 with 20 runs scored for the Kings. He struck out just four times in 60 at-bats.
“McCoy is as good as gold. He’s another guy who’s a coaches’ dream who doesn’t say a whole lot and always gives you 100 percent on the field. He’s just as good off the field and he is on the field,” Marschand said. “We won 18 games this year and a lot of them were without him. It’s just unfortunate he got hurt his last year. But there was never any pouting or sulking. He helped the younger guys develop into better players and that was neat to see. He’s an ultimate team guy.”