Stillwater Baseball Stars of the Week Awards: Week of May 28

Every week this baseball season, we will announce Stillwater Area Baseball Weekly Stars here on Stillwater Current.

Here’s our weekly award winners for the week of May 28.

Cameron Parent is the Pitcher of the Week after throwing three sharp, scoreless innings for the win over Red Wing in a tournament. Despite the cold and steady rain, Cameron gave up just one walk and had no wild pitches. He also picked off two baserunners and struck out five!

Quinn Kelley is the Stillwater Motors Player of the Week. Quinn pitched 10 innings across two weeks with just 3 runs and 12 strikeouts.

Michelle Berthiaume is this week’s Stillwater Current Volunteer of the Week, for the outstanding process she’s developed to help volunteers know what to expect while they are working the JC’s concession stand.

The Dave’s Sport Shop Hitter of the Week is Julian Hatcher after going 3 for 6 with a double, RBI and five stolen bases.

Trevor Gibson is the Umpire of the Week for showing up early for a scheduled game and staying late to complete a game that was suspended the week before due to rain. Thank you for your effort, Trevor!

Ethan Mosley is the Bayport Printing House Sportsmanship Star of the Week. As the rain started falling during a close game, Ethan stopped out on the mound on way back to the dugout to keep the ball dry until the opposing pitcher made it out to the mound to start his warm-ups.

Dale Schuldt wins this week’s Posch Builders Coach of the Week award. Dale spent time driving around town to find a usable practice field in the weather conditions and when none could be found, worked with Stillwater Area Baseball partner the Lumberyard to arrange indoor practice.

Coaches, parents and fans are encouraged to nominate players, umpires, coaches and volunteers all week long.

We encourage everyone to support these sponsors out of appreciation for their commitment to the community.

If you are interested in sponsoring one of these awards, Stillwater Area Baseball tournaments, or other efforts, contact Brent Voight at