The Neepawa Farmers' strong season was rewarded with recognition for a handful of its players last week. Second baseman Bryan White, Tory Scott and pitcher/fielder Vince Lujan have all been selected to the MSBL's All-Star team alongside manager Mike Levandosky. Lujan – an import player who is second in league batting averages at .378 - and Scott are both in their first seasons with the Farmers, while White, a long-time player, is among the league leaders in RBIs. Levandosky was selected to the team after leading the Farmers to a first place record with only four losses in 15 games this year. Meanwhile, on the field, the Farmers continue to play well. Farmers 4 – Oak River 1 After losing to MSBL cellar-dweller Oak River in their last meeting, Neepawa was sure not to make the same mistake last Tuesday in the midst of a race for the season title. The Farmers grabbed the first lead of the game in the fourth inning, bringing in one run, while the Dodgers responded to it at 1-1 after the fifth. Neepawa fired right back in the sixth where Cam Tibbett belted out a three-run home run to lead the Farmers to a 4-1 win. Farmers Isaac Rodriguez went the distance pitching, throwing for six strikeouts, and allowing only one run in nine innings. As of an early press deadline last Friday, the team had yet to play their Friday night game against the Brandon Cloverleafs, as well as Reston Rockets in a doubleheader Sunday afternoon where Neepawa could solidify or loosen their grip on the MSBL's season title. As of Friday, Neepawa sat in first place with an 11-4 record while the Rockets were in second with a 9-5 record. A win Friday night coupled with two wins by the Farmers over Reston would clinch a first place finish for the Farmers. Neepawa also faced off against the Brandon Marlins in Brandon last night, and will play the Oak River Dodgers in Neepawa Friday, July 13.