Sehnert, a sophomore outfielder from McMurray, Pa., was named to First Team All-State. Gulakowski, a sophomore catcher from Pittsburgh, earned Second Team All-State.
Sehnert tied for the lead in the FCSAA in home runs (10). He also led the Eagles in batting average (.347), slugging percentage (.602), on-base percentage (.465), and hits (61) while making just three errors in 50 games for a .960 fielding percentage.
Gulakowski led the team in RBI (35). He posted a .293 batting average and a .529 slugging percentage, hitting seven home runs and 14 doubles. He finished the season with a .997 fielding percentage, making one error in 45 games.
"Congratulations to Brady and Tor on great seasons and being recognized as All-State
selections," said Head Coach Al Corbeil.
"I'm looking forward to watching both of them continue that success as they move on from here."