Ozark 7 releases all-conference teams
Purdy claims Player, Coach of the Year honors
The Ozark 7 Conference took its time, but finally released the list of its top baseball players with its all-conference teams.
As expected, undefeated conference champions Purdy was well-represented and claimed the Player of the Year and Coach of the Year honors with Dusty Videmschek and Joshua Hughes earning the coveted spots, respectively.
Ricky Aldaba, Sydney Birge, Hunter Cook earned First Team accolades, with Jonatan Salazar, Adam Humphrey and James Hughlett selected to the Honorable Mention squad.
Wheaton's Hilsden Mosley secured First Team honors, while teammates Brayden England and Tate Banks recorded Honorable Mention statuses.
Austin Tripp, from Exeter, was a First Team winner, with fellow Tigers Ethan Caddell and Austin Rayburn earning Honorable Mention awards.
Garrett Hobbs and Jay Fields led the First Team way for Southwest, with Jarrett Pike and Landon Wright collecting Honorable Mention accolades.
The complete list is as follows
Player of the Year: Dusty Videmschek, Purdy
Coach of the Year: Joshua Hughes, Purdy
Hilsden Mosley, Wheaton
Brendyn Taylor, McAuley
Austin Tripp, Exeter
Jake Doyle, McAuley
Garrett Hobbs, Southwest
Ricky Aldaba, Purdy
Paton Clay, Southwest
Sydney Birge, Purdy
Hunter Cook, Purdy
Jay Fields, Southwest
Dylan Londo, McAuley
Ethan Caddell, Exeter
Brayden England, Wheaton
Tate Banks, Wheaton
Jonatan Salazar, Purdy
Adam Humphrey, Purdy
James Hughlett, Purdy
Kolton Pinkly, Verona
Austin Rayburn, Exeter
Jarrett Pike, Southwest
Landon Wright, Southwest
Tommy Doyle, McAuley
The Ozark 7 Conference does not select a Second Team grouping for spring baseball.