Senior catcher/pitcher Aaron Zavala had one of the most dominant seasons you’ll ever see at the high school level, culminating in his selection by the state’s baseball coaches as the 2018 Oregon 6A State Player of the Year.
Zavala hit .561 / .656 / .939 with 55 hits, 19 doubles, 6 homeruns, 48 RBI, 55 runs, 28 walks, and 26 stolen bases. He also went 6-0 on the mound with a 1.40 ERA in 40 innings, which included a 7-inning no-hitter against McMinnville to cap off the league season.
Zavala, a 3-time 1st Team All-League and 2-time 1st Team All-State catcher, was also named the GVC Player of the Year, the Mid-Valley Sports Awards Baseball Player of the Year. He is also one of three nominees for the Oregon Prep Sports Awards Baseball Player of the Year, which will be announced on June 23rd.
You can catch Zavala catching in the All-Star Series on June 23 and 24, held at Goss Stadium.
Zavala is signed to play at the University of Oregon next year.