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Oday Al-Yatim Makes Suburban North 2012 All-Conference Player of the Year

Plus, Hazelwood West has strong representation on the all-conference baseball team, including the Fosdick cousins.

The Suburban North 2012 all-conference baseball team has been announced and is standout in the number of players participating.

On May 16, the Wildcats won the MSHSAA Class 4 District 5 championship. Hazelwood West defeated archrival Hazelwood Central 5-3, while playing on home soil at Hazelwood West High School.

At the top of the all-conference list is . Yatim was announced as players of the year. He will share the title with 's Peter Jackson.

was the only Wildcat to make conference's first team.

His cousin, , along with five other Hazelwood West players made second team including:

  • Joe McCune
  • Devin Williams
  • Kurt Aldrich
  • Shane Olmsted
  • Connor Manis

Newcomer of the year: Carter Hanford,

Coach of the year: Mark Hahn, Pattonville

FIRST TEAM

  • Carson Coffey, Ritenour
  • Matt DeZort,
  • Eric Woodley,
  • Alex Williams, Ritenour
  • Jermaine Richmond, McCluer
  • Joey Shell, Hazelwood Central
  • Nick Wideman, McCluer North
  • Marvin Hall, McCluer North
  • Jared Fosdick, Hazelwood West
  • Shane Hartwig, Pattonville
  • Tyler Hunt, McCluer North
  • Jonathan Harris, Hazelwood Central

SECOND TEAM

  • Joe McCune, Hazelwood West
  • Devin Williams, Hazelwood West
  • Matt Wilkes, Pattonville
  • Karon Brownlee, McCluer
  • Connor Manis, Hazelwood West
  • Jonathon Harris, Hazelwood Central
  • Tre Grigsby, Ritenour
  • Nobel Hampton, Hazelwood Central
  • Dwayne Dunn, Riverview Gardens
  • Shane Olmsted, Hazelwood West
  • Sean Anderson, Ritenour
  • Alex Williams, Ritenour
  • Brendan Fosdick, Hazelwood West
  • Devin Williams, Hazelwood West
  • Kurt Aldrich, Hazelwood West

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