Gateway baseball, softball players earn postseason plaudits |

Gateway baseball, softball players earn postseason plaudits

Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Gateway coach Bob Stoops congratulates Ethan Frenchik after completing a double play against Hampton during a WPIAL Class 5A first-round playoff game Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at Fox Chapel.

Five members of the Gateway baseball team were recognized with first-team honors in Section 3-5A after helping the Gators to a 12-6 season.

The first-team all-section selections included senior infielder Kris Dick, senior outfielder Brady Walker, junior pitcher Ethan Frenchik, senior catcher Caleb Lehman and senior designated hitter Justin Stancovich.

Senior infielder Mike Vojnik was a second-team selection.


Gateway softball players Kayla Gratton, a sophomore infielder, senior outfielder Dannielle Taylor, and freshman catcher Emma Kennedy were second-team all-section selections in Section 2-5A.

Sophomore pitcher Maura Ryan was an honorable mention.

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