First baseman Phillip Archer and pitcher Braden Scott continue to earn honors for their stellar play during the 2018 baseball seeason. Phillip Archer, the six-foot-three, 225 pound first baseman from Greenville, Indiana, a Floyd Central High School product, was named 2nd Team All-American. Archer posted a tremendous season with a .400 batting average, .463 on-base percentage, and slugged .692 in his 58 games played.  Archer accounted for 12 of the Blue Knights 40 home runs, and doubled 12 times while driving in 70 runs during his sophomore season. The Blue Knights power hitter adds to his already impressive resume of awards during his second season in uniform.  The sophomore was named to the All-Great Rivers Athletic Conference Team and was named Player of the Year in the GRAC. Archer was also named to the 2018 All-Region XXIV Team.  Phillip was also awarded Region XXIV Player of the Year. Braden Scott, the six-foot-three, two hundred pound left-handed throwing pitcher from Jasonville, Indiana, a Shakamak High School product, was awarded 3rd Team All-American. Scott was the Blue Knight’s ace, and workhorse, on the mound this sesaon. The left-handed hurler compiled an 11-3 record in 14 games, 13 starts. Scott pitched for a team high 88.2 innings, allowing just 66 hits, 31 runs (18 earned), striking out 118 batters, and walking just eight. The lefty had a 1.83 earned run average over the season while tossing a team high eight complete games. Braden Scott adds to the Great Rivers Athletic Conference and Region XXIV awards that he had earned this season. Scott was named Co-Pitcher of the Year in the Great Rivers Athletic Conference alongside Trey Riley from John A. Logan, as well as earning All-GRAC honors as well. The Blue Knights ace was named Pitcher of the Year for Region XXIV and was named to the 2018 All-Region team. Congratulations to Phillip Archer and Braden Scott for being named All-American.