Three Indians were named All-State following the season. Logan Thomason, an Eastern Kentucky commit, was named second team. Logan helped lead the Indians to the State Tournament for the second time in three seasons. He led the team in batting at .448. He had three home runs and knocked in 38 runs. He led the team in runs scored with 45. He added 14 doubles and 4 triples. He only struck out five times in 116 plate appearances. He also led the team with 23 stolen bases.
Jacob Ferris, also a EKU commit, was named second team despite missing most of the second part of the season with a broken wrist. Even with the injury he remained a valuable part of the team as a pinch runner. He stole 17 bases for the Indians. Before the injury he was hitting .368 and had a pair of home runs. He drove in eleven and scored fourteen more runs. He added six doubles and triple. He done all that in only 57 plate appearances.
Trey Eden, another Indian playing collegiate baseball at Georgetown, was named second team All-State. Trey was second on the team in average at .427. He had 15 doubles and 3 triples. He drove in 29 runs and scored 43. In 110 at bats he struck out only 12 times. He also added 14 stolen bases. Congratulations to these Indians on their outstanding seasons!