The Suburban Life All-Area Baseball East Team: 15 photosJune 18, 2013 The Suburban Life All-Area Baseball East Team features players from Fenwick, Lyons Township, Morton, Nazareth, Proviso West, Riverside Brookfield and St. Joseph. [Will Kincanon, Riverside Brookfield junior]Kincanon put up off-the-chart numbers on the mound this season to help RB set a school record for wins in a season (32). The all-state selection struck out 118 batters in 79 innings with a 1.06 ERA. He also hit .425 with 22 extra-base hits and 37 RBIs. [Gino Cavalieri, Fenwick junior]Cavalieri hit .340 with a team-high 10 extra base hits and 23 runs scored from the top of the Fenwick order. The junior was also a key part of the Friars' defense at shortstop. [Jake Bartels, Nazareth, junior]Bartels was the Roadrunners' top two-way player. He had a .325 batting average and a 2.50 ERA on the mound. [Keith Lehmann, Lyons Township senior]The Michigan recruit had another standout season to complete his memorable LT career. Lehmann hit .324 with 25 RBIs and struck out 86 batters en route to a 2.15 ERA in 71-2/3 innings. He was an all-state selection. [Mike Stromberg, Nazareth senior]Stromberg led Nazareth with a .365 batting average and was the Roadrunners' only all-conference selection this spring. The catcher finishes his career as a two-time all-conference pick. [Paul O'Toole, Fenwick senior]The Friars' third baseman had a big year offensively. He was a table setter with a .364 batting average and 20 runs scored. [Peter Minella, Nazareth junior]Minella emerged at the Roadrunners' top pitcher this spring. The 6-foot-3 junior had seven wins and a 2.62 ERA. He also won three straight playoff games, the regional final and both sectional wins. [Ryan Moritz, St. Joseph senior]Moritz was a big part of the Chargers' first conference title since 1967. The senior two-way player led the team in batting average (.361), RBIs (22), extra-base hits (nine) and wins (six). Moritz also had a 1.43 ERA on the mound. [Sam Heilenbach, Lyons Township junior]Following in his older brother Steve's footsteps, Sam Heilenbach was a standout for the Lions in his first year on varsity. The catcher hit .330 with 24 RBIs and posted a 1.75 ERA out of the bullpen. [Sergio Villalobos, Morton junior]Villalobos lived up to his billing as one of the Mustangs' top returners. Offensively, he hit .318 with eight extra-base hits. He also was a valuable pitcher as Morton's primary closer with a 1.91 ERA in 29-1/3 innings pitched. [Thomas Leary, Riverside Brookfield senior]Leary was a part of the Bulldogs' aggressive offense. The senior hit .367 with 26 stolen bases while driving in 30 runs and scoring 42 more. On the mound, he had a 1.91 ERA in 22 innings. [Trayvon Johnson, St. Joseph senior]Johnson's quality could best be demonstrated by the respect opposing pitchers gave him this season. He drew 33 walks in 28 games to post a .486 on-base percentage. On the mound, Johnson had a 1.30 ERA and 44 strikeouts in 48-1/3 innings. [Zach Carlson, Lyons Township senior]At the beginning of the season, Carlson didn't have a big role with the Lions. By the end of the season, he was one of the team's hottest bats and finished with 30.1 consecutive scoreless innings on the mound. The Wisconsin-Stout recruit had a .383 batting average and a 1.16 ERA with 46 strikeouts in 36-1/3 innings. [Anthony Iniquez, Morton junior]The junior played in every game and was an all-conference selection. He had a 3.50 ERA on the mound as one of Morton's conference starters and contributed 13 RBIs and 11 runs to the offense. [C.J. Duffek, Riverside Brookfield senior]The Bulldogs' speedy leadoff hitter was a nightmare for opposing teams once he reached base. The Northwest Missouri State recruit stole a school-record 47 bases in 49 attempts and hit .470 with 51 runs scored while playing a strong center field.