Four Decorah baseball team members were named all-district by the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association, while five were named to the Northeast Iowa All-Conference team.

Senior Josey Jewell was named first team infield in both lists. He was named first team by both last season as well. Jewell was fourth in the league for every day players in batting average with a .382 clip. He also had a .489 on-base percentage and .636 slugging clip. He had 27 runs scored, 14 doubles, four home runs and 35 RBIs. On the mound he had an 8-4 record in 67 innings, with a 3.03 ERA.

Kyle Kane was named first team catcher by the district and second team utility player by the conference. Kane batted .312 at the plate, with a .404 slugging average. He had 22 RBIs and 10 doubles. On the mound Kane had an 8-2 season record with a 2.03 ERA.

Jacob Kvale was named first team utility player by the district and second team pitcher by the conference. Kvale batted .344, with a .407 on-base percentage. He had 23 runs scored and 23 RBIs. He was consistent on the mound, with an 8-3 record and 2.13 ERA. Kvale was named second team all-NEIC a season ago.

Junior Dustin Cary was named second team by both the district and NEIC. It was his first honor by either group. Cary led the Vikings and was third in the conference with a .382 batting average. He also had a .407 on-base percentage, while scoring 30 runs, smashing four home runs and bringing in 26 runs. He compiled a 3-0 record this season on the mound with a 2.22 ERA.

Senior James Ostlie was named second team all-conference outfield. It is his third NEIC honor in his career. He batted .295 this season with 25 runs scored, nine doubles and 28 RBIs.