The awards are presented to recognize the state’s best players in various sports, and Roncalli was the only school that had multiple winners.
Eiland just completed his junior season, in which he helped lead Roncalli to a 29-2 record and its first Indiana Boys Volleyball Coaches Association state championship.
The Rebels lost only nine sets all season. Eiland earned All-State, All-State tournament and all-conference honors, led the state in assists with 848 and had 48 service aces, fourth most in the state. His kill percentage ranked ninth in the state.
Schnell, who graduated in June, was selected by Tampa Bay in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft early last month and plays for the Rays’ rookie league team, the Gulf Coast Rays, He compiled career school records for batting average (.473), hits (155), home runs (25), RBIs (109), runs (151) and walks (101). He hit .535 with 15 homers and 37 RBIs from the leadoff spot as a senior.
Schnell established single-season school records for homers (15), runs (52) and walks (41) as a senior while leading the 2018 Rebels to a 25-6 record and sectional and Marion County tournament titles. As a sophomore he started in center field and hit .435 for the 2016 Class 4A state champions.