Who Made the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State List? | Baseball


MASON CITY, Iowa — The Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association over the weekend voted for its All-State team, and a high school hitter Bishop Heelan was voted to the All-State Super Team. classes.

Crusaders senior slugger Ian Gill was the only hitter from Siouxland to make the “Super Team,” a team of the state’s top players.

Gill led Heelan with 20 doubles, 51 RBIs, 11 homers and 51 hits. He was among the best hitters in the home run at the start of the season.

Gill also hit .455 as he hit .946.

Gill has also stolen 13 bases this season.

Here’s a look at the other All-Staters voted by coaches, in no particular order.


East Senior Aidan Haukap: Haukap had a team-high seven wins and allowed 27 earned runs in 47 2/3 innings.

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West Senior Skylar Hansen: Hansen hit .480 and drove in 31 RBIs. He also hit two home runs.

Cole Johnson, Senior East: Johnson hit .383 with 15 RBIs. He has scored seven doubles this season. He also forced 23 walks, third-best among East batters.

Brady Larson, West Senior: Larson led the second most runs among the Wolverines hutters with 26 RBIs. He hit .402 and he had 14 extra hits.


Bryce Click, Sr. Sergeant Bluff-Luton: Click hit 38 runs and he had 21 extra hits. He hit .379. When he got to base, he wasn’t afraid to fly. He was 26 for 27 in stolen base attempts.

Aidan Sieperda, Senior SB-L: Sieperda led the Warriors with 45 RBIs, and he batted .379. He got on base 47 percent of the time. On the mound, Sieperda was 7-1 with a 2.24 ERA. He had 63 strikeouts and 26 walks.

Kaleb Gengler, Senior Heelan: Gengler batted in 26 hits and had a .290 batting average. He also pitched in 12 games and went 4-3. He had a 1.61 ERA.

Brady Baker, Heelan’s second student: Baker was third in RBI among Heelan batters with 34. He also had 21 extra hits, including 19 doubles.

Nikolai Wede, MOC-Floyd Valley junior: Wede led all qualified Dutch hitters with an average of .390, and he also hit 23 runs. He also forced 35 steps, earning an OBP of 0.587.

Reid Tigges, Spencer Jr.: Tigges led the Tigers with an average of .489 with 34 RBI. He only knocked nine times.


Dawson Ripperda, West Lyonnais senior: Ripperda hit .471 and had 22 runs for the Wildcats. He had an OBP of .606.

Aiden Comstock, Jr. Cherokee: The Braves junior was second in RBI with 26. He had 37 hits, which is also tied with Benson good for second.

Trey Benson, senior Cherokee: Benson led the Braves with 38 RBIs and five homers. He was also tied for third in doubles with seven. Benson was 3-0 in nine appearances.

Jack Wajda, Spirit Lake junior: Wajda was second among Indian batters with an average of .452 and he had 11 RBIs. He also pitched in a game.

Reece Vander Zee, second from Central Lyon: Vander Zee did it on base with a .500 clip, as he led in 20 points on the season. He hit .415, which led the Lions.


Remsen St. Mary senior Carter Schorg: Schorg averaged .486 while driving in 40 races. He also had 21 extra hits, including three triples in the state tournament.

Cael Ortmann, RSM junior: Ortmann hit in the second most runs for the Class 1A runner-up with 44. He also hit .519 and had 13 doubles. He was also 5-0 with a 0.71 ERA.

Jaxon Bunkers, Jr. RSM: The Bunkers went 9-0 on the mound with a 0.62 ERA. He struck out 55 and walked 19. At plate, Bunkers only struck out three times, and those three times came during the playoffs. He hit .472 with a team-best 45 RBIs.

Connor Kraft, Junior Catholic Gehlen: Kraft hit .317 with 20 RBIs, and he hit nine extra hits. He also went 5-0 on the mound and has a 0.38 ERA.

Alex Schroeder, Jr. RSM: Schroeder averaged .377 and hit 30 runs. He had seven doubles and a triple.

Will DeStigter, Woodbury Central junior: DeStigter tied with Drew Kluender with 34 RBIs for team leader, and junior hit .478. He had 12 more hits.

Newell-Fonda Senior Trey Jungers: He hit .425 with 29 runs scored. He was 4-3 with a 1.75 ERA.

Isaiah Gerrietts, Jr. RSM: Gerrietts went 8-0 with a 0.90 ERA. On offense, he hit .319 with 15 RBIs.

Keaton Logan, Gehlen Jr.: Logan hit .359 with 21 RBIs. He had 11 doubles and a triple.

Evan Neumann, Kingsley-Pierson Jr.: Neumann hit .500 with 52 RBis. Forty-six of his 56 hits were singles. He was 6-0 at the mound with a 2.56 ERA.

Damon Schmid, Kingsley-Pierson senior: Schmid, who was voted as a first-team member, hit .402 with 25 RBIs.

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