Polk County’s baseball program marked the end of the season Thursday with an awards banquet in the school cafeteria.

The Wolverines won their second straight Western Highlands Conference championship and reached the third round of the state 1A playoffs in an 18-5 season.

Varsity award winners, pictured above, included (from left): Elijah Sutton, Most Improved Player; Jordan Bishop, Charlie Hustle Award; Nick Capozzi, Offensive Award; Sedrick Pickett, Defensive Award; Evan Rimer, Most Valuable Player; Grayson Jones, Mr. Wolverine; Avery Edwards, Cy Young Award

Other award winners (all photos courtesy Fulton Hampton):

All-Conference (from left): Nick Capozzi, Sedrick Pickett, Jordan Bishop, Evan Rimer, Avery Edwards, Grayson Jones, Elijah Sutton
Junior varsity (from left): Shane Parris, Charlie Hustle Award; Chan Barber, Cy Young Award; Jonathan Edwards, Most Valuable Player; Kaleb Johnson, Most Improved Player
From left, assistant coaches Zach Searcy, Zane Johnson, Josh Money and head coach Billy Alm

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