The Four Rivers Conference announced their All-Conference baseball teams on Monday, May 15. St. James had six players on the teams, including Player of the Year Evan Grayson.

Grayson dominated the Four Rivers Conference all season long, with all five of his starts coming within the conference. The senior earned wins in four of those five starts and did not allow an earned run all season long. He struck out 49 batters on the season and allowed just 16 base hits. He also had a stellar season at the plate, batting .538 with three home runs, two triples, six doubles, 17 walks and 23 RBI.

Grayson was joined on the All-Conference first team by second baseman Ty Lewis, who played a major role in their offense with his bunts.

The second team included senior pitcher and infielder Justin Marcee, shortstop and pitcher Gunnar Seams, outfielder Jaden Roark and outfielder Andrew Branson.