Lewis County Represented on 2A, 2B All-State Baseball Teams

Adna’s Spencer Burdick, left, and Napavine’s Wyatt Stanley, right, split the Central 2B League baseball MVP award this season.

Lewis County had four representatives on the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association’s All-State Baseball teams, released on Tuesday.

W.F. West’s Tyson Guerrero and Bryan Bullock were named to the 2A squad.

Guerrero, a junior left-handed pitcher and center fielder, was the Evergreen 2A Conference MVP and The Chronicle’s All-Area MVP. He pitched 40 ⅔ innings, striking out 70 batters and posting a 1.89 ERA. And at the plate, batted leadoff and hit a team-best .415, with 22 RBIs, five doubles, three triples and a home run.

Bullock earned the classification’s Coach of the Year designation. The Bearcats went 22-3 and finished second in the state tournament, while winning the Evergreen 2A Conference and District 4 titles.

In the 2B ranks, Napavine’s Wyatt Stanley and Adna’s Spencer Burdick were both All-State picks. The pair — both of whom were senior right-handed pitchers who also played first base — split the Central 2B League MVP award.

Burdick, who will play for Lower Columbia College next year, went 9-1 on the season with 93 strikeouts in 46 innings of work with a 0.60 ERA while hitting .458 and leading the Pirates to the District 4 championship.

Stanley, who will play for Edmonds Community College next year, posted a 7-1 record on the mound with a 0.53 ERA and 81 strikeouts in 40 innings, while hitting .370 with 21 RBIs and helping Napavine to a fourth-place state trophy.

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