Arrowhead catcher Jeff Holtz and infielder Tanner Williams earned second-team All State from the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association.

The 3-4 batters in the Arrowhead lineup helped the Warhawks secure a share of the Wisconsin Little Ten championship and reach the state semifinal.

Holtz, committed to play at Indiana, batted .474 with three home runs and 22 RBIs this season. Williams batted .449 with eight stolen bases.

Tyler Brandenburg, a sophomore for Lake Country Lutheran, was named honorable-mention All State and also earned District Player of the Year in Division 4. Oconomowoc senior Jonah Landowski was also named honorable-mention All State.

Arrowhead senior Derek Crawley and Oconomowoc seniors Zach Clayton and Landowski were named to the Academic All-State team. A trio of Lake Country Lutheran players — Nick Frigerio, Ryan Nehls and Karl Pfaender — were also on the list, and assistant coach Ned Wicker was named the District VI Assistant Coach of the Year.

In the All-District voting, LCL’s Jon Rossing was named to the second team, and honorable-mention choices included Clayton, Crawley, Arrowhead’s Luke Dubnicka, Oconomowoc’s Sean Meyer, Arrowhead’s Alex Tanke and Arrowhead’s Davis Zeutzius.