Northmor baseball wins Central District nods
GALLEON — Playoff honors keep rolling in for the Northmor Golden Knights. Several baseball team athletes have won Central District honors, as well as All-Academic honors for their work in the classroom. These individual efforts are accompanied by 18 victories this season as a team.
Max Lower represents the Golden Knights as an honorable mention All-Ohio. Lower was also named to the Central District first team. Lower represented the Golden Knights in the Central District All-Star Game.
Lower hit three home runs during his junior campaign and had a stellar .482 batting average.
Joining Lower on the Central District is Grant Bentley, who also played in the All-Star Game. Bentley also earned first-team honours. Bentley had 26 hits and 27 RBIs while batting .456 total. As a pitcher, Bentley struck out 55 and went 5-3 on the mound.
Griffin Workman was named to the Central District second team and also played in the All-Star Game. Workman allowed just 4 runs in 16 innings pitched. His teammate, Andrew Armrose, another star recipient, received an honorable mention. Armrose led the Knox Morrow Athletic conference with 33 RBIs
Armrose was joined by Mathew Kearns, Jack Sears and Griffin Workman – all of whom were named to the Academic All-Ohio list.
Grant Bentley throws a pitch against Galion in a win earlier in the season.
Griffin Workman stands on third base during a game at Heise Park.