The All-CIML teams have been selected and Waukee is represented in baseball and softball on both the All-CIC teams and the the All-CIML Eastern Division teams.

For the baseball team five players were selected for both the All-CIC teams and the All-Eastern Division teams, and they are: Pitcher Matt Mullenbach, infielder Matt Hoeg, outfielder Luke Fegen and utility player Malik Moore who were first team all-conference selections, and infielder Matt Corbett who was on both second teams.

Mullenbach made 12 starts on the mound and finished with a 10-1 record, only allowing 11 earned runs for a 1.13 earned run average and striking out 57 batters. Opposing batters only had a .192 batting average against him this season.

Hoeg had a .394 batting average and led the team with nine home runs, 41 RBIs, 18 doubles and 46 runs scored. Hoeg’s only muti-homer game was back on June 21 against Linn-Mar where he hit two in Waukee.

Fegen stole 22 bases on 26 attempts this year while batting .413. He also had zero errors on 60 chances in the field throughout the year.

Moore also didn’t have any errors during the 2014 season on 59 chances while hitting .357 and batting in 25 runs. Matt Corbett, the Warriors’ second-team selection had 26 RBIs this season.

Robert Primrose was selected for the All-CIML Eastern Division first team while Levi Schreiner, Nick Moffit and Addison Meyers were selected for the second-team with Carter Bothwell receiving an honorable mention.

For the softball team, Taylor Luther, Claire Dudek and Shaye Witte were named to the All-Conference first team and the All-Eastern Division first team. Kaitlyn Menz, Sarah Schaefer and Morgan Neaey were named to the All-Eastern Division second team with Taylor Hulsing and Schylir Rowen received honorable mentions.

Dudek led the Warriors with a .439 batting average, in hits with 69 and runs scored with 44. She was also the teams leading base stealer, stealing 34 bases on 35 attempts.

Luther had a .394 batting average while leading the team with 45 RBIs and nine home runs. Witte led the Warriors with nine triples and 10 doubles.