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Thursday, May 31, 2018
Baseball

Breckenridge Baseball Awards

By Kevin Hiedeman - Breckenridge, MN

The Breckenridge Cowboys started the year with 10 seniors, however, 5 of them had sustained injuries in football, wrestling and hockey. In spite of these obstacles the Cowboys had a very successful season finishing one game out of first place in the Heart of Lakes Conference with a 9-3 record.

“Despite the injuries, all of the seniors contributed in different ways,” said Head Coach Kevin Hiedeman. “As an example, EJ Engen saw significant time on the mound this year and picked up two crucial wins and one save for the Cowboys. Dylan Teberg did a great job as the designated hitter and won the Cowboy Award from the coaches. Carter Gilles was unable to play but kept the team book. Three of our seniors had outstanding seasons - Tommy Hiedeman, Mitch Porter and Andrew Kram were the team co-MVP’s - all three had batting averages over .400 and carried the team offensively and defensively.” 

Hiedeman, Porter and Kram were also named to the HOL All Conference team. Dawson Pedersen won the team’s Golden Glove award for his outstanding performance in center field. While unable to pitch much this spring, Wes Johnson had his best season ever offensively. Nate Phillips missed the early part of the season but was able to play 3rd base late in the year and did a great job, and senior Sam Hopkins contributed on the bases and kept things light in the dugout. The two newcomers on the team were Jack Aigner and Jeremy Stack, and junior Hunter Feigum was a versatile teammate playing multiple positions. 

“This was a large, fun group of seniors whose presence will really be missed but we have a large junior class that is ready to take the reigns along with some talented underclassmen,” concluded Coach Hiedeman.

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