Maxpreps.com honors Sanchez, Quintana

The accolades continue to pour in for Barstow pitcher Aaron Sanchez and San Gorgonio infielder Adam Quintana, as both were named to the Maxpreps Medium School All-American team.

Sanchez, who was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays with the No. 34 pick in the draft, made the first team thanks to a 7-0 record on the mound with a 0.73 ERA and 104 strikeouts in 57.2 innings pitched. Sanchez also hit .403 with five home runs.

Quintana, the CIF-SS Division 3 co-MVP and the San Andreas League MVP, earned second-team honors after a monster year in which he batted .545 with four home runs and a section-best 47 RBIs. He also starred on the mound, going 11-3 with a 1.92 ERA and 114 strikeouts.

Several county players make Cal-Hi Sports’ all-state team

Cal Hi-Sports, through ESPN Rise, has been releasing their all-state teams this week, with several local players being honored. Here are some of the players recognized by the website.

All-California First Team
Griffin Murphy, Redlands East Valley, All-Purpose, Sr.
Aaron Sanchez, Barstow, All-Purpose, Sr.
Taijuan Walker, Yucaipa, All-Purpose, Sr.

All-California Second Team
Scott Frazier, Upland, P, Sr.

All-California Third Team
Aaron Beckley, Redlands East Valley, OF, Sr.
Julio Espinoza, Rialto, INF, Sr.

All-California Medium Schools
Cody Lavalli, Granite Hills, OF, Sr.
Adam Quintana, San Gorgonio, All-Purpose, Sr.
Aaron Sanchez, Barstow, All-Purpose, Sr.

All-California Underclass
Andy Crowley, San Gorgonio, OF, Jr.