Offensive Player of the Year: Joe Cerrone, Parmenter.

Light on numbers at the outset of the season, the long-term prospects of Parmenter making a run at the coveted WayCo Cup was not looking good. Minus number 1 overall draft pick Jake Meyer and last season's top shortstop in Ricardo Sullivan; Cerrone set the precedent for Parmenter with his strong play on offense and defense. Never shy to get his body in front of a grounder or leg out the extra base, his work ethic and willingness to do a little extra each game became contagious for his teammates early in the season. The results led to an unblemished early season record that brought upon the added pressure and a bulls eye on their back to stay perfect down the stretch.

Cerrone never let the challenge of staying undefeated stand between him and getting a W each night. With a strong supporting cast that included all-stars Ian Bonner, Sean Haffey, Ethan Aaron, and Ryan Nicholas, Parmenter finished the regular season at 17-1 and entered the playoffs this past week looking to do what Cerrone has yet to accomplish in WayCo: win the title.

Cerrone's final regular season numbers prove how valuable he was to his team and the league; batting average: .630, home runs: 11, triples: 4, doubles: 11, RBI: 37, runs: 24. (Scott Colantropo, Liberty Pizza)

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Defensive Player of the Year: Dana Sharry, The Bryant Family.

Sharry is WayCo's first player to win back-to-back postseason awards and with good reason. Tough to go against his play in the field and at the plate all season. His consistent play in left doesn't bring on ESPN highlights but always ends with him making the right play. ``No shock Dana won again,'' said Kitchen Interiors leftfielder Mark Foreman. ``I umpped a lot of his games and you see he's just a little bit better than everyone else. Try to model my game around what he's done in the field, it's been pretty impressive the last two season.''

This marked Sharry's first year as a captain as he shared duties with Geoff Leard in bringing The Bryant Family to their third straight playoff berth. Equally impressive at the plate, Sharry was Top five in home runs, doubles, triples, runs, and RBI in 2010. (Alex Hill, Kitchen Interiors)

Surprise Player of the Year: Sean Haffey, Parmenter.

Haffey joins teammate Cerrone at the end of season WayCo banquet at the winners table; cummerbunds optional. After an abysmal 2009 season in which Haffey found first base only twice in 34 at bats, he reached home twice in the first three games on round trippers. Haffey had the biggest turnaround in a one year span that WayCo has yet to see.

With the firepower of Jake Meyer and Ricardo Sullivan missing from Parmenter, Haffey was a preseason acquisition as a good chemistry guy who could help out on the defensive end. The expectations were not for him to finish top five in home runs, RBI, and runs. Hitting .585 on the season, Haffey filled in at the four spot for 17-1 Parmenter and fit in well with fellow bash brothers Cerrone and Bonner. (Runner Up: Matt Hart, Pro-Tech Auto)

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