All-Ohio standout


Jonathan Alder junior shortstop Preston Eisnaugle, left, was recently selected Division II first team All-Ohio. He was the only player from any of the county’s five high school baseball teams to be honored by the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association. The honor comes after a season in which he was also first team All-Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and first team All-Central District. Eisnaugle hit .522, had 35 hits and drove in 28 runs. He had 12 doubles, three triples and a home run for a total of 16 extra-base hits.


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Jonathan Alder junior shortstop Preston Eisnaugle, left, was recently selected Division II first team All-Ohio. He was the only player from any of the county’s five high school baseball teams to be honored by the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association. The honor comes after a season in which he was also first team All-Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and first team All-Central District. Eisnaugle hit .522, had 35 hits and drove in 28 runs. He had 12 doubles, three triples and a home run for a total of 16 extra-base hits.

Jonathan Alder junior shortstop Preston Eisnaugle, left, was recently selected Division II first team All-Ohio. He was the only player from any of the county’s five high school baseball teams to be honored by the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association. The honor comes after a season in which he was also first team All-Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and first team All-Central District. Eisnaugle hit .522, had 35 hits and drove in 28 runs. He had 12 doubles, three triples and a home run for a total of 16 extra-base hits.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/05/web1_ja-preston-3.jpgJonathan Alder junior shortstop Preston Eisnaugle, left, was recently selected Division II first team All-Ohio. He was the only player from any of the county’s five high school baseball teams to be honored by the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association. The honor comes after a season in which he was also first team All-Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and first team All-Central District. Eisnaugle hit .522, had 35 hits and drove in 28 runs. He had 12 doubles, three triples and a home run for a total of 16 extra-base hits. File photo