Four local baseball players earned All-State recognition Wednesday.
Better area baseball years might come along but 2013 forever will be tough to beat.
It was a very good year for area baseball and that made for some tough choices when it came to picking this year's The Daily and Sunday Review All-Region team.
STATE COLLEGE - In a classic pitcher's duel Johnsonburg and Canton stared each other down for 5 1/2-innings.
BLOOMSBURG - All season long pitching and hitting have been the staples for Canton baseball.
With his bat and his arm Garrett Wesneski helped lead the Canton Warriors into the state semifinals on Thursday night.
WILLIAMSPORT - All week long the Canton Warriors worked over and over again on hitting the curve ball.
Mansfield's Taylor Hillson was named the NTL baseball Player of the Year Sunday.
WILLIAMSPORT - After having their hearts broken three times in the last five years there was no way they were going down that road again this time.
WILLIAMSPORT - With the game tied in the bottom of the eighth inning Canton's Garrett Wesneski came through with a walk-off hit for a 2-1 win over Muncy in the District 4, Class A semifinals on Saturday.
Nick Place hit a three-run home run in the first inning, and threw six innings of four-hit baseball on Friday, but it wasn't enough as the Black Knights defense cost the team four runs in a 4-3 loss to Loyalsock in the District 4, Class AA playoffs.
WYSOX - All season long Tristan James has been Towanda's most dependable arm but on Tuesday the sophomore took another step forward in his development.
Athens' Tyler Forbes had a strong effort on the mound against Hughesville.
CATAWISSA - Mansfield couldn't overcome a big first inning by Southern Columbia in their 8-3 loss in District IV, Class AA baseball action Tuesday.
After claiming the NTL West title Canton is now the top seed to take the Class A District IV baseball title.