Streater, who graduated earlier this month, represented Carroll Academy in the Class A All-Star game, and Lott, who also recently graduated, played as the lone Winona Christian Star in the AA-AAA game.
Streater got the start on the mound for the North A squad, 1 1/3 innings and was clocked at 86 MHP on the radar gun, according to Neil Turner, who coached the Rebels this season.
Streater had four plate appearances and went 1 for 3 with a walk, a single and a run scored. He was also hit by a pitch and stole a base.
In his final season for the Rebels, Streater hit .356 with 22 RBIs. On the mound, he led the team with 66 strikeouts.
In the AA-AAA game, Lott got the start at centerfield and went 1 for 2 in the game with a sacrifice. Lott’s coach Shannon Self said he is a player who deserves to play college baseball and thinks that it will happen.
At Winona Christian, Lott saved his best season for his senior year by striking out 37 batters as a pitcher with an ERA just over two. He hit .397 and three homeruns in his final season as a Star