Following impressive seasons at all three levels, the Oakdale High School baseball program presented a number of players with end of the season awards. On Thursday, May 30 coaches, players and family members gathered for the celebration.
First year freshman head coach Brian Chubon and his staff handed out four awards. The freshman team won the Valley Oak League championship. John Wylie was recognized as Most Valuable Player, Gannon Camp earned Best Defense honors, Dalton Vargas was named Best Offense and Devon Pastor-Guzman won the Mustang Award.
For the junior varsity, head coach Joey Machado and his staff presented the Valley Oak League champs with awards. Preston Vierra was named Most Valuable Player, Dom Antinetti took home Best Offense, Carson Cripe was recognized as Best Defense and Owen Pena won the Mustang Award.
Fresh off their postseason run, varsity head coach Chris Henry and his staff acknowledged their players. Morgan Bairos and Max Moore were named Co-Mustang Award winners, Josh Garcia was named Defensive Player of the Year, Jacob Solorio earned Offensive Player of the Year and Alex Daoud was named the team’s Most Valuable Player.