Jun 15, 2014 4:07 PM by ERIC NARCISSE

Vallot wins Mr. Baseball honors in Louisiana

LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - Entering his final year of high school baseball, Chase Vallot's goals were quite simple and from the looks of what St. Thomas More was returning from the 2013 state runner-up team, very attainable.

Vallot merely wanted to cap his high school career by winning the Class 4A state championship and enjoy a better season than he did in any of the previous three campaigns.

Vallot achieved those goals and then some.

The Cougars rolled to the Class 4A state championship and Vallot played a key role batting .545 with 13 home runs, 15 doubles, one triple and 60 RBIs.

That stellar season has netted Vallot the Farm Bureau-Louisiana Sports Writers Association Mr. Baseball award given to the state's top player.

Previous winners of the Louisiana Farm Bureau/Louisiana Sports Writers Association's Mr. Baseball award:

1996: Joe Lawrence, Barbe

1997: Chucky Son, Parkview Baptist

1998: Aaron Lowe, Parkway

1999: Nick Bourgeois, Barbe

2000: Austin Nagle, Barbe

2001: Austin Nagle, Barbe/Jonathan Zeringue, E.D. White

2002: Greg Smith, Alexandria

2003: Matt Greenwich, Parkview Baptist

2004: Ben Soignier, West Monroe

2005: Beau Jones, Destrehan

2006: Forrest Moore, Parkview Baptist

2007: Carmen Angelini, Barbe

2008: Zack Von Rosenberg, Zachary

2009: Zack Von Rosenberg, Zachary

2010: Bryan Picou, Northlake Christian

2011: Aaron Nola, Catholic-Baton Rouge

2012: Gavin Cecchini, Barbe

2013: Jared Poche, Lutcher

Current winner:
2014: Chase Vallot, St. Thomas More


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