WHITEVILLE — The Three Rivers Conference baseball all-conference team was announced by the league on Tuesday.
Six Robeson County players garnered first-team all-conference honors, while 2A state champion Whiteville took home the Player and Coach of the Year awards.
Fairmont’s Randy Floyd and Seth Thorndyke were selected to the first team, while Marcus Ransom, Michael Richardson and Mason Locklear were given honorable mentions. This is the second straight appearance on the first team for Thorndyke and Floyd, and is Thorndyke’s third time being named all-conference.
Thorndyke batted .561 and had 26 RBIs. Floyd earned eight pitching victories with a 1.12 ERA, along with batting .471.
For Red Springs, Darren Bowen and Gabriel Locklear were named first-team all-conference, while Jaylen Mack, Jayshawn Carthen and Colton Locklear were honorable mentions.
Locklear led the team with a .434 batting average and 17 RBIs, and Bowen won eight games on the mound with a 1.35 ERA with a .304 batting average.
Aaron Revels was St. Pauls’ lone honoree for first team, and Caleb Henderson and Erickson Emmanuel were named honorable mention.
South Robeson’s Quentin Hunt was awarded first-team all-conference honors to go along with Zack Carter and Cody Scott picking up honorable mentions.
Whiteville’s Brooks Baldwin was named the conference’s Player of the Year and Brett Harwood was tabbed Coach of the Year.
2018 Three Rivers Conference
All-Conference baseball team
Player of Year
Brooks Baldwin, Whiteville
Coach of Year
Brett Harwood, Whiteville
Jerry Locklear Jr.