Nic Hernandez

Nic Hernandez was named the Pitcher of the Year in District 31-3A. (File photo)

With the conclusion of the baseball season, Bishop and Santa Gertrudis Academy officially announced their all-district honors, including an MVP and multiple player of the year awards in District 31-3A for both squads.

For Bishop, Badger Coach Mike Medina was named the district’s Coach of the Year for the 2018-19 season.

Junior Kobe Jaramillo earned the District MVP award, with junior Criztian Delgado earning the district Offensive Player of the Year honor.

Both players earned their rewards unanimously.

Also in the mix was senior Nic Hernandez, who was named the district’s Pitcher of the Year, and freshman Tye Odom was the district’s Newcomer of the Year.

Junior Roel Lopez and senior David Garcia both earned first team all-district honors.

Second team all-district honors were awarded to junior Bryce Long, junior Niko Garcia, junior J.B. Melde and senior Tanner Smith.

Andrew Carrillo and Nate Garza received all-district honorable mention honors.

Smith, along with Cade Dupont, earned all-academic all-district honors, as well.

For SGA, senior Steven Grimes was crowned the Utility Player of the Year.

Senior R.J. Ramirez was named to the all-district first team.

Ty Donnell, Aidyn Cadena, Adam Loera and Kendal Burney all received district honorable mention honors.

The all-academic team honors included Grimes, Donnell, Loera, Burney, Nico Jaramillo, Jacob Espinoza, Kirby Owen, Preston Merriman and Joey Guerra to round out the awards for the Lions.

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