The Register's All-County baseball team. Front row (from left): Huntington Beach's Daniel Amaral, Fountain Valley's JT Navarro, Cypress' Dominic Fletcher and Huntington Beach's Cooper Moore. Middle row: El Modena's Brett Conine, Huntington Beach's Landon Silver, Huntington Beach's Hagen Danner and Capistrano Valley's Jordan Bocko. Back row: Sunny Hills coach Arlie Kearney, JSerra's Royce Lewis, JSerra's Brady Shockey, El Dorado's Nick Sprengel, JSerra's Quentin Longrie and Mission Viejo's Patrick Sandoval.

2015 Register's All-County baseball team


The Register’s 2015 All-County baseball team.


Nick Sprengel,

El Dorado, Sr., P

The Register’s pitcher of the year. Read about Sprengel.

Lucas Herbert

San Clemente, Sr., C

The Register’s player of the year. Read about Herbert.

Patrick Sandoval

Mission Viejo, Sr., P

This left-hander was 9-3 with a 0.97 ERA. He pitched a complete game in the Diablos’ 3-1 win over Chino Hills in the CIF-SS Division 2 championship game. Sandoval, selected to the All-Sea View League first team, committed to USC and was drafted by the Houston Astros.

Hagen Danner

Huntington Beach, So., P

Danner was Sunset League pitcher of the year. He was 7-2 with a 1.26 ERA and 65 strikeouts in 61 innings for the CIF-SS Division 1 champions. Danner contributed to the playoff run with a shutout against Long Beach Wilson.

Quentin Longrie

JSerra, Sr., P

He was Trinity League pitcher of the year and the leader of one of the deeper pitching staffs in Southern California. The senior left-hander was 6-1 with a 1.28 ERA and 72 strikeouts in 60 innings. He signed with USC.

Cooper Moore

Huntington Beach, Sr., 1B

He batted .333 with five home runs. Moore’s 30 RBI were second-most for the Division 1 champions. He was selected first team All-Sunset League. Moore signed with Utah.

Royce Lewis

JSerra, So., Inf.

Lewis was the Trinity League’s most valuable player. He set a school single-season record with 44 hits. Lewis batted .389 with 21 RBI, 34 runs, 18 stolen bases and an OPS of 1.046. Lewis is being actively recruited by many top collegiate programs.

JT Navarro

Fountain Valley, Sr., Inf.

Navarro had 39 hits, which is the fourth-most in school history. He batted .400 with 15 RBI and was an outstanding fielder at shortstop. Navarro also pitched, posting a 0.86 ERA. In a playoff game against JSerra, Navarro had three hits and pitched 22/3 shutout innings in relief. He was All-Sunset League first team, and he will play next season for state champion Orange Coast College.

Brett Conine

El Modena, Sr., Inf.

One of the county’s better all-around players, Conine was a Crestview League most valuable player, a rare distinction for a player whose team did not win the league championship. Conine, who signed with Cal State Fullerton, batted .343 and on the mound was 6-2 with a 0.72 ERA and 91 strikeouts in 78 innings.

Daniel Amaral

Huntington Beach, Sr., OF

He batted .394 with a team-high 34 runs. He struck out only eight times in 111 plate appearances. He was an All-Sunset League first-team selection. Amaral signed with UCLA.

Brady Shockey

JSerra, Jr., OF

He batted .351 with 39 hits and 25 RBI. Shockey was All-Trinity League first team and was among the better defensive center fielders in the county. He is committed to USC.

Dominic Fletcher

Cypress, Sr., OF

Fletcher was the Empire League’s MVP. He batted .452 with nine home runs and 34 RBI. He struck out only 10 times in 108 plate appearances and had a 1.382 OPS. He is committed to Arkansas.

Landon Silver

Huntington Beach, Jr., DH

Silver batted .352 with a team-high seven home runs and 31 RBI. He was All-Sunset League first team. He played multiple positions for the Oilers. He is committed to UC Santa Barbara.

Jordan Bocko

Capistrano Valley, Sr., Utility

He was the South Coast League’s most valuable player. Bocko led the league champion’s in doubles (7) and was second on the team in hits (29). On the mound, Bocko was 6-5 with a 2.22 ERA and 50 strikeouts. He signed Bocko with UC Irvine.


Baseball player of the year: Lucas Herbert, San Clemente

Baseball pitcher of the year: Nick Sprengel, El Dorado

Baseball coach of the year: Arlie Kearney, Sunny Hills

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