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.