After leading his team deep into the playoffs —finishing just three wins away from a state title — and completing his high school athletic career and preparing for baseball at Dallas Baptist University in the fall some might think that Camden Duzenack had proven himself in all possible ways as a high school athlete.

They would be wrong.

Duzenack earned a spot on the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Stars team after his stellar performance this season. He came away with even more accolades under his belt by the time the weekend was done.

Before the actual game, there was an infield accuracy event at the skills competition, and Duzenack won the challenge, topping players from all five Texas classifications. The next day, Duzenack went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI and a stolen base, earning him the Most Valuable Player award for the All-Star game.

The All Star game is played in Round Rock’s Dell Diamond each June and features some of the best senior talent in the state.