Alamosa, Centauri each place three players on All-IML baseball team

Alamosa's Xavier Lujan (Courier file photo by Ken Hamrick).

ALAMOSA – The Intermountain League released its All-League baseball team in late May with both Alamosa and Centauri each placing three players on the squad.

For the Mean Moose, Xavier Lujan and Nelson Arambula on the first team, while Tony Griego was honorable mention.

Lujan batted .208 with one double and 10 RBIs. He had the top earned run average at 5.70 and he struck out 40 and walked 20.

Arambula led Alamosa in batting with a .418 average which included six doubles, one triple and 16 RBIs.

Griego batted .406 with two doubles, one triple and nine RBIs. He had an 8.56 ERA with three strikeouts and six walks. He also stole eight bases.

The Mean Moose had an overall record of 7-16 and were 4-4 in league play.

The Falcons had two first team players including Jace Haslett and Diego Hernandez. Kamryn Garcia was honorable mention.

Haslett led the Falcons in batting with a .460 average. He had eight doubles, one triple and 15 RBIs. Pitching-wise, he recorded eight strikeouts and 13 walks.

Hernandez batted .298 with four doubles, one triple and 15 RBIs. He had 32 strikeouts and 32 walks.

Garcia had a .333 batting average with two doubles and 25 RBIs.

Centauri’s overall record was 8-15 and it was 1-7 in league play.

Montezuma-Cortez’s Cory Carver was the Player of the Year.

Pagosa Springs’ Ben Garcia was the Coach of the Year.