David Carter did it all for the Warriors, who won SEYL and reached the semifinals of the D-III Central Section playoffs this past season.
But the Southeast Yosemite League MVP was just one of 19 Tehachapi High School athletes to recently be named to the first, second and honorable mention teams for 2014.
Carter was named the Southeast Yosemite League Baseball Player of the Year after finishing the 2014 season with 33 hits, 25 RBIs, 28 runs, an on base percentage .377, and a .306 batting average.
The 5-foot-10, 205-pound senior also appeared in 13 games on the mound for the Warriors, going 4-2 with a 2.67 ERA.
Also making the cut were the following Warriors.
Taking first team honors were Reid Feeley (baseball), Tyler Huebner (baseball), Davin Domingo (baseball), Justin Amparan (baseball), Mariah Goode (softball), Kendall Kapitzke (softball), Michaela Peters (softball), Caleb Hutto ( boys track and field) and Alexis Namey (girls track and field).
Securing second team All-SEYL honors were Nathan Hedberg (baseball) Michael Cole (baseball), Brenna Dezubiria (softball), Danay Lee (softball), Abraham Katona (boys track and field) and Madison Eberle (girls track and field).
Honorable mention Warriors went to baseball athletes Eric Johnson and Nash Franko, while boy’s track and field honorable mentions went to Skylar Valencia.
The All-League teams are voted on by the coaches and reported by the Bakersfield Californian.