TREVOR JONES, South Sevier, baseball: This senior is having a great start to the 2015 baseball season for the fifth-ranked Rams.
Jones is 3-0 on the mound with an ERA under 3.0, and hes been one of South Seviers best hitters with a batting average around .400.
Trevor is a quiet, unassuming young man, that is the heart and soul of South Sevier. He is a true leader both on and off the field, said South Sevier head baseball coach Ron Cropper.
Jones is a two-time Deseret News first team all-stater in football, and was recently named a Deseret News second teamer in basketball. A consistent academic all-stater in all three sports at South Sevier, and a Sterling Scholar nominee, Jones is being recruited to play football at Harvard.
On the diamond this spring, Jones is getting the job done on the mound, at the plate and in the field.
TORRI BILLS, Wasatch, softball: Junior shortstop Torri Bills athletic skill makes her valuable to the Wasatch softball team. Her leadership skills make her a key component to their success.
Torri is the best athlete we could have on the team, said Wasps head softball coach Doug Kinsman. Shes has fantastic speed on the paces, can hit with power, all of her teammates look to her if we need a big hit or a spark. Torri is our go-to player.
A three-sport athlete, Bills maintains a 3.99 GPA and through the seasons first five games had a .647 batting average with three home runs, 11 stolen bases and 15 RBIs. She had one unassisted triple play at short stop in the teams victory over Provo.
Shes the first at practice, the last to leave, always asking coaches for extra time in the cages, Kinsman said. Shes a great kid, a pleasure to coach.