Temecula Valley’s Ethan Clough Named the League’s Most Valuable Player
The 2018 All Southwestern League Team selections were announced today. Temecula Valley’s Ethan Clough has been named as the league’s Most Valuable Player.
Clough was instrumental to the Golden Bears’ success as he pitched Temecula Valley to the Southwestern league Championship this year. The senior had 10 wins to lead the team and was a perfect 5-0 against Southwestern league opponents. He struck out 51 players in league action and had an overall ERA of 1.82.
Joining Clough on the All Southwestern League First Team are Max Rangel, Devon Hawks and Noah Ruden. Gabe Alvarez and Carson Frazer were selected for Second Team Honors.
Also named to the first team were Drew D’Ambra, Corey Sanchez and Kallen Mueller from Murrieta Valley. Vista Murrieta’s Jamie Olson, Jake Moberg, Great Oak’s Zach Arnold, Alex Householder, and Riley McDonald from Murrieta Mesa made First Team Honors.
The All Southwestern League Second Team consists of Dylan Morace, Christopher Gilmartin of Murrieta Valley, Anthony Tulimero, Zach Rodriguez of Vista Murrieta and Cameron Mabee, Josh Paino of Great Oak.
Also selected were Gabriel Ponce de Leon, Cameron Skinner of Murrieta Mesa and Chaparral’s Jonathan Combs and Addison Smith.
Most Valuable Player
Ethan Clough, Temecula Valley
All Southwestern Legue First Team
Max Rangel, Temecula Valley
Devon Hawks, Temecula Valley
Noah Ruden, Temecula Valley
Drew D’Ambra, Murrieta Valley
Corey Sanchez, Murrieta Valley
Kallen Mueller, Murrieta Valley
Jamie Olson, Vista Murrieta
Jake Moberg, Vista Murrieta
Zach Arnold, Great Oak
Alex Householder, Great Oak
Riley McDonald, Murrieta Mesa
All Southwestern League Second Team
Gabe Alvarez, Temecula Valley
Carson Frazer, Temecula Valley
Dylan Morace ,Murrieta Valley
Christopher Gilmartin, Murrieta Valley
Anthony Tulimero,Vista Murrieta
Zach Rodriguez, Vista Murrieta
Cameron Mabee, Great Oak
Josh Paino, Great Oak
Gabriel Ponce de Leon, Murrieta Mesa
Cameron Skinner, Murrieta Mesa
Addison Smith, Chaparral