"He came through in some clutch situations for us," Skyline coach Erik Hansen said. "He was just consistent throughout the entire year, whether it was pitching, hitter or defense, he always gave you a good performance. He just had a great season."
Berrett hit .425 in the regular season, with 20 RBIs and 24 runs scored atop the potent Eagles lineup.
His biggest contributions, however, came on the mound in the postseason, where he baffled Murray in a 7-3 victory, then came back the next day to pitch in relief in the championship-clinching victory against Timpanogos.
Berrett said winning state was the highlight of his baseball career, but there was another achievement that finished a close second.
"I'd say beating Olympus three times," Berrett said of the Eagles' rival and neighbor. "That, and the grand slam I hit against Olympus."
Berrett, who will play next season at Lewiston State in North Dakota, was part of a group of 10 seniors on Skyline's roster. That experience played a big role in the title run.
"I'm going to miss my teammates," Berrett said. "It was really fun playing with nine other seniors, and bonding with them."