Members of Mountain Home High School's baseball and softball squads walked away with various honors during an awards banquet held May 17.
Tigers earning baseball awards at the banquet included Danny Brescia, who received the offensive MVP award.
Jake Hennessey walked away with the the defensive MVP title while Jared Day received the MVP pitching award.
In addition, Mr. Hustle awards went to Joe Gutierrez and Tanner Cook.
During the banquet, Tigers baseball coach Mark Cotton was pleased to announce that eight Tigers earned All-Conference awards. First Team All-Conference went to Jake Hennessey as an infielder and Skyler Podesek at catcher.
Second Team All-Conference honors went to Danny Brescia as an outfielder and Alex Rodriguez as a pitcher. Honorable Mention All-Conference accoladess went to Jared Day and Gage Curtis as pitchers, Austin Bodily as an infielder and Joe Gutierrez as an outfielder.
Meanwhile, the Lady Tigers softball squad picked up an assortment of individual and All-Conference awards during the banquet.
Earning the most valuable player award was Madison Siefferman while the work horse award went to Morgan Vivier.
In addition, Ashley Sessions walked away with the most inspirational player title while Teresa Fredell earned the most improved player award. Madi Karst was named the recipient of the Gold Glove award.
Mountain Home softball coach Chris Asbury also announced the All-Conference awards. Earning First Team All-Conference awards included Madison Siefferman as an infielder, Courtney Christiansen as an outfielder and Maeghan Pomerantz as a designated hitter. Second Team All-Conference went to Brittney Karst.