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Two Owls named to all-state team

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Two Marshall players were honorable mention selections to the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches' Association Class 3 all-state team for their performances during the 2012 season.

Senior third baseman Jordan Pannell led the Owls with a .364 batting average and was second on the club in on-base percentage at .477. He had 32 hits and drove in 23 runs in 88 at-bats, with 15 extra-base hits -- including 10 doubles and three homers.

Senior pitcher Aaron Skinner topped Marshall (17-12), which finished fourth in its first trip to the MSHSAA Championships, with a 6-3 record and 2.73 earned-run average. The southpaw struck out 58 batters in 51-plus innings pitched.

Aaron Skinner
Jordan Pannell
The Owls reached the playoffs for the fourth time since the program was launched in 1988 by winning the Class 3, District 9 Tournament at Osage Beach. Making the all-district team were Pannell, Skinner, senior pitcher-first baseman Collin Porter, junior catcher Zach Bishop, junior shortstop Henry Tietz and sophomore right fielder Tyler Cott.

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Correction Jordan pannell

-- Posted by baseballfanatic99 on Wed, Jun 13, 2012, at 2:09 PM

Congratulations Aaron and Jordan and the entire Owls baseball team! Keep it up!

-- Posted by Guess Again on Wed, Jun 13, 2012, at 10:27 AM

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