Evans, a sophomore first baseman from D'Iberville, batted .380 with six home runs and 42 RBI. Those all were team-bests, and he had hits in all 28 conference games.
"His numbers speak for themselves," Gulf Coast coach Rodney Batts said. "He hit .402 in conference, had a 32-game hit streak, led us in just about every offensive category. He was probably the biggest part of our offense all year."
Mills-Derouen, a sophomore left-hander from Biloxi, went 10-3 with a 2.65 ERA. He struck out 79 batters in 68 innings, walking 33.
"Dylan threw as well as anybody in our league in conference. He was 7-1," Batts said. "The biggest difference from last year was his walks. He didn't walk as many people. Dylan's a guy who's got three pitches that are really good in this league or any league."
Sullivan, a sophomore right-handed reliever from Harrison Central, was 3-1 with a 1.47 ERA and converted all six save opportunities.
Davison, a sophomore infielder from Pascagoula, batted .374 with 17 RBI. He had a .456 on-base percentage with nine doubles and a triple.
McGrew, a freshman designated hitter/catcher, hit .358 with two home runs. He drove in 30 runs and had four three-hit games.
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