He did it in basketball, now he’s done it in baseball.

He did it in basketball, now he’s done it in baseball.

Sean Mathiowetz was recently named Player of the Year in the Tomahawk Conference. He was also chosen as an All-Conference selection, along with Jordan Anderson, Brandon Helget, Jon Kopacek and David Surprenant.

St. Mary’s had the most amount of selections for the All-Conference team out of all of the Tomahawk teams. All five of them were unanimous picks. Mitch Neid received Honorable Mention All-Conference for the Knights.

Mathiowetz and Anderson also made the All-Section Baseball team for Class 1A.

Meanwhile, John Mangen and Matt Berkner made All-Conference selections for Sleepy Eye Public. Mangen was a unanimous pick. Matt Schroepfer made All-Conference Honorable Mention.

There were also three Sleepy Eye Public School baseball players who made the Tomahawk Conference All-Academic Team, which is given to sophomores, juniors and seniors on the varsity team with a GPA of 3.75 or higher. Both Mangen and Schroepfer were All-Academic selections, along with Sam Hirschboeck.

Congratulations to all of these players for their accomplishments this baseball season.