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MHSBCA 2013-2015 Executive Committee Members President John Meyer, Marquette Recent Past President Eric Briggs, Bolivar President Elect Harv Antle, Blair Oaks Class 1 Vice-President

Kevin Hicks, Sturgeon

Class 2 Vice-President Lucas Branson, Russellville Class 3 Vice-President

Michael Minner, Charleston Class 4 Vice-President

Kirk Sears, Oak Grove Class 5 Vice-President

Ben Baier, Blue Springs South

MHSBCA Scholarship Bill Seamon, Owensville, Retired Dave Riley, Holden Harv Antle, Blair Oaks Barry Koeneke, Hallsville Brian Ash, Jefferson City Senior All-Star Series Jade Samborski, Harrisonville Dave Hix, Harrisonville Talent Showcase/Jr. Sunbelt Team Tom Scarbrough, Maryville MHSBCA All-State Dave Scheer, Union Legislative Committee Mitch Wood, Oran John Meyer, Marquette Rankings Committee Allen Stolte, Billings MHSBCA Player of the Year Committee Andy Jackson, Kirksville

Harv Antle, Blair Oaks Louisville Slugger Newcomer of the Year Chairman Jeff Elsenraat, Republic Clinic Speakers John Meyer, Marquette Fund Raising Bill Seamon, Owensville, Retired Academic All-State Chairman Dave Riley, Holden Vendors Tony Perkins, Francis Howell Hall of Fame Brad Mayfield, Blue Springs, Retired Distinguished Service Award Barry Koeneke, Hallsville Assistant Coach of the Year Jeff Elsenraat, Republic Turface Groundskeeper/Field of the Year Jeff Elsenraat, Republic FCA Coordinator Paul Dudley, Lebanon Secretary Wes Rowden, Van-Far Executive Secretary Janet Seamon

MISSION STATEMENT: The mission of the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association is to promote and advance the game of baseball by providing educational opportunities for coaches and student athletes through interscholastic competition, instilling ethical coaching methods, and recognizing the outstanding efforts in high school baseball in the state of Missouri.

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2015 HALL OF FAME COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS LUNCHEON Saturday, January 16, 2015 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Capitol Plaza Hotel Jefferson City, Missouri 2014-2015 MHSBCA Officers President………………………………

John Meyer, Marquette

President-Elect……………………….

Harv Antle, Blair Oaks

VP-Class 1A…………………………..

Kevin Hicks, Sturgeon

VP-Class 2A…………………………..

Lucas Branson, Russellville

VP-Class 3A…………………………..

Michael Minner, Charleston

VP-Class 4A…………………………..

Kirk Sears, Oak Grove

VP-Class 5A…………………………..

Ben Baier, Blue Springs South

Executive Director…………………….

Bill Seamon, Retired

Executive Secretary………………….

Janet Seamon

Past MHSBCA Scholarship Winners

Luncheon Program Welcome Rick Mathews, Keynote Speaker Introduction of Head Table Invocation by Paul Dudley Lunch

Please Silence Electronic Devices During Ceremony Awards Presentation Closing Remarks

2015 HALL OF FAME MEMBERS Scott Brown, St. John Vianney Mike Yust, Seneca

2015 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Roy Pfund, Lutheran South

Coaching Awards Recognition of Victory Club Recognition of Longevity Club

Coach of the Year Awards Cooperstown Assistant Coach of the Year

District Championship Coaches Turface Field of the Year Quarterfinalist Champion Coaches State Semi-Finalist Awards

Louisville Slugger Newcomer of the Year MHSBCA Player of the Year Sponsored by PUKKA

Name

School

Year

Coach

Seth Barratt

Northeast R-IV High School

2011 Jeff Schleicher

Kent Shikles

Russellville High School

2011 Lucas Branson

Tim Althage

Bishop DuBourg High School

2011 Joe Groaning

Ryan Snyder

Vianney High School

2011 Scott Brown

Jacob Campbell

Barat Academy High School

2011 Jason Theodorakos

Adam Pennington

Kirksville High School

2012 Andy Jackson

Seth Nilges

Forsyth High School

2012 Jim Julian

Zachary Morgan

Oak Grove High School

2012 Kirk Sears

Jason Myers

Bolivar High School

2012 Eric Briggs

Payton Scarbrough

Maryville High School

2012 Tom Scarbrough

Sam German

Hallsville High School

2013 Barry Koeneke

Clayton Harrison

Russellville High School

2013 Lucas Branson

Patrick Souders

Eldon High School

2013 Broc Silvers

Levi Harmon

Oak Grove

2013 Kirk Sears

Zach Perkins

Francis Howell High School

2013 Tony Perkins

Adam Harris

New Franklin High School

2014 Erich Gerding

Mason Price

Belle High School

2014 Chris Feeler

Joshua Jacobsen

Lawson High School

2014 Tom Jacobsen

Peter West

Windsor High School

2014 Jeff Young

Nic Perkins

Francis Howell High School

2014 Tony Perkins

Past MHSBCA Scholarship Winners Cooperstown Bat’s Assistant Coach of the Year

Name

School

Year

Coach

Craig Luetkemeyer

St. Elizabeth R-IV High School

2004 Rusty Bourg

Travis McCann

Charleston High School

2004 Chris Stanfield

Jesse Jett

Owensville High School

2004 Bill Seamon

Mickey Wallace

Ritenour High School

2004 Ron Estes

Chris Hampton

Forsyth High School

2005 Neale Richardson

Layne Kreter

Owensville High School

2005 Bill Seamon

Chase Glimore

Lafayette High School

2005 Josh Hayes

Jonathan Nagel

Kickapoo High School

2005 Jason Howser

Andres Steven Bonnel

Novinger High School

2006 Dale Whiteacre

Mason Thorpe Haupt

Jefferson City High School

2006 Bob Coons

Greegory Charles Cox

Kirksville High School

2006 Andy Jackson

Brett Ross Blythe

Cole County R-V High School

2006 Chip Weeg

Blake Carlton Slage

Eureka High School

2006 Michael Hunt

Caleb Paul Dudley

Lebanon R-III High School

Bo Hoelscher

Daniel Davis Crane

Jeff Walls Forsyth

Richie Shust Van Horn

Boyd Manne Lafayette

Turface Field of the Year– Tiger Field; Hollister; Coach John Burgi, Groundskeeper Shay Bone MHSBCA Scholarship Awards-Gary Dunahue Memorial; Nolan Snyder, St. John Vianney Louisville Slugger Newcomer of the Year– Tatum Maples; Clever MHSBCA Player of the Year- Nic Perkins; Francis Howell

MHSBCA HALL OF FAME MEMBERS Dick Birmingham (‘90) Kelly Odneal (‘97)

Fred McConnell (‘04)

Steve Nicollerat (‘10)

Floyd Reed (‘90)

Rod Haley (‘98)

Tim Hardesty (‘04)

Mitch Wood (‘10)

2007 Paul Dudley

Jim Derry (‘90)

Brad Mayfield (‘99)

Eddie Wiemholt (‘04)

Harv Antle (‘11)

Russellville Cole R-1 High School

2007 Matt Moulder

Lee Engert (‘91)

Dave Fry (‘00)

Robert Hill (‘05)

Darrell Davis (‘11)

Jeffrey Alan Smith

Holden High School

2007 David Riley

Don Provance (‘91)

Byron Hagler (‘00)

Scott Weissman (‘05)

Ross Dey (‘11)

Andrew Peter Jett

Owensville High School

2007 Greg Williams

John Marshall Wilson

Jefferson City High School

2007 Bob Coons

Bob Swift (‘91)

John Stipetich (‘01)

Jim Wolfe (‘05)

Dennis Lawson (‘12)

Tyler Winkle

Stoutland High School

2008 Scott White

Charles Gateley (‘92)

Stan Walden (‘01)

Mike Russell (‘06)

Mike Musser (‘12)

Andrew Homfeld

Lafayette High School

2008 Josh Hayes

Bob Benben (‘92)

Bill Seamon (‘01)

Neale Richardson (‘06)

Dave Scheer (‘12)

Nolan West

Bolivar High School

2008 Eric Briggs

Lou Diaz (‘93)

Kent Fewell (‘02)

Joe Ketchum (‘06)

Jeff Diekmann (‘13)

Anthony Smreker

Hillsboro High School

2008 Eddie Moreno

Bret Schwartz

Blue Springs High School

2008 Marc Hines

Neil Pittman (‘93)

Steve Lael (‘02)

Dennis Fick (‘07)

Howard Quigley (‘13)

Steven Bieser

Valle Catholic High School

2009 Judd Naeger

Mike Sigler (‘94)

Tom Bradley (‘02)

Greg Vitello (‘07)

Rich Van Gilst (‘13)

Zachary Dady

Leeton R-X High School

2009 Steve Denton

Larry Wild (‘94)

Tony Perkins (‘02)

Terry Kasper (‘08)

Mike Essick (‘14)

Travis Mundahl

Kirksville High School

2009 Andy Jackson

Barry Koeneke (‘95)

Jim Taylor (‘03)

Tom Reck (‘08)

Steve Williams (‘14)

Nathan Maples Byron Richardson Dalton Kelly Tanner Reddick Derek Allen Larry Skeen Brendon Neel

Spokane High School Forsyth High School Bolivar High School Hallsville High School Kirksville High School Forsyth High School Festus High School

2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Ed Perniciaro (‘96)

Doug Jones (‘03)

Rick Berlin (‘09)

John Hartley (‘97)

Dave Plassmeyer (‘03) Bob Conrad (‘09)

Cam Jury (‘97)

Bob Dunahue (‘03)

Chris Peterson Neale Richardson Eric Briggs Barry Koeneke Andy Jackson Jim Julian Jeff Montgomery

Allen Crawford (‘10)

2015 HALL OF FAME COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS LUNCHEON

Scott Brown—Hall of Fame 2015

Missouri State High School Baseball

St. John Vianney High School

Cooperstown Bat 2014 Coaches of the Year

Saint Louis, Missouri

Class 1

Bobby MCCoullough; Cooter

Brent Rountree, Dadeville

Scott Brown St. John Vianney HS

Scott Brown CBC & Vianney

Playing Career: High School: St. John Vianney (1981-84) Colleges: University of Missouri (1985-86); Belleville Area College (1987); Illinois State Univ. (1988-89) Professional: Pittsburgh Pirates (1989-90) Bradenton, FL (Gulf Coast) & Augusta, GA (South Atlantic) Personal:

Born January 4, 1966 (49) - Married to Wendy in August of 1992 (22 years) - 2 sons: Matt (20) & Chris (18)

Coaching & Teaching: Christian Brothers College (CBC) High School 1990-2010 (20 years) Science Department (14 years), Athletic Director (6 years), Football (12 years) & Basketball (3 years) Asst. Baseball Coach (1991) & Head Coach (1992-2009) 18 years: 280-198 .586 % 13 District Titles; 4 Elite Eight Finishes; 2 Final Fours; 3 MCC Titles Winningest Coach in CBC History St. John Vianney High School (2011-present) Assistant Principal-Student Development (4 years) Head Baseball Coach (2011-present) 4 years: 103-33 .757 % 3 District Titles; 3 Elite Eight Finishes; 2 Final Fours; 1 MCC Championship Highest Winning Percentage in Vianney History Overall: 18 years 383-231 .624 % 16 District Titles; 7 Elite Eight Finishes; 4 Final Fours; 4 MCC Championships 127 College Players; 37 Division 1 Players; 14 Professional Players level

Erich Gerding; New Franklin Jeff Schleicher, Ciaro Class 2

Judd Naeger; Valle Catholic

Joe Garrison; Hartville Colby Nilges; Linn Bryon Cecil; Archie

Class 3

Jason Dougherty; Springfield Catholic

Scott Kilgore; Fatima Dennis Lueck, Christian Joseph McClarty, Central (New Madrid) Class 4

Rich Van Gilst; Westminster Christian

Michael Bahun; Pembroke Hill Casey Ledl; Logan Rogersville Joe Simokaitis; St. Mary’s (St. Louis) Class 5

Justin Towe; Rock Bridge

Tony Perkins; Francis Howell Ben Baier; Blue Springs South Scott Brown; Vianney

In addition, I have spent 4 summers coaching at the Collegiate Level & 15 at the youth

Some of the Influential People in my career Personal Life: Father, Mother, my wife Wendy, my sons Matt & Chris and my Father -InLaw, Charlie Raich. Playing Career: Don Heeb, Jerry Boeckman & Kurt Clodius (Vianney); Gene McArtor & Dewey Robinson (Univ. of Missouri); Jeff Stewart (Illinois St. Univ); Bruce Kison & Hal McRae (Pirates) CBC Career: Bryan Hagerty, Ray Bahr, Terry Michler, DC Wilcutt, Paul Jackstadt, Rick Fiala, Liz Kosciolek, Rob Staggenborg & Bryan Rausch Vianney Career: Donne Wall, Dr. Tim Dilg, Steve Oldenburg & Dave Gauvain Coaching: Everyone I have ever coached against, but in particular to two of my fellow MCC Coaches, Greg Vitello (DeSmet) & Steve Nicollerat (SLUH), who I have faced over 50 times each, you have been a joy to compete against. Finally, last but certainly not least, to two great AD’s, Dan Borkowski (DuBourg) & Dick Wehner (SLUH) thank you for being the people I truly look up to as role models on how to live life. I wish I would succeed at it as much as you two do!

The Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association would like to thank you for your support and service to high school baseball Your membership helps support the annual Hall of Fame and Coach of the Year Luncheon in addition to the annual All-Star Series, Talent Showcase, MHSBCA Scholarship program and the MHSBCA display at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame For more information or membership requests, write to:

MHSBCA Bill Seamon, Executive Director 1363 June Drive Bland, Missouri 65014 573-646-3000 907-398-2274 [email protected] MHSBCA website: www.mhsbca.net

2014 MHSBCA Championship Coaches

Mike Yust-Hall of Fame 2015 Seneca High School

District Champions Class 1 Cody Kampbell, Oran Jonathon Winslow, Bakersfield Brady Dean, Greenfield Jason Irwin, Sheldon Kyle Middleton, Tuscumbia Kevin Hicks, Sturgeon Justin Whisker, Northwest Hughesville Dale Whitacre, Green City Class 2 Lee Wallace, Portageville Darren Shipman, Bernie Dustin Robinson, Elsberry Brian Simpson, Harrisburg Chris Feeler, Belle Chad Yates, Spokane Brett Bybee, Skyline Nathan Beissenherz, Concordia Class 3 Jim May, Scott City Jonathan Webb, Maplewood-Richmond Hts. Phil Kendall, Orchard Farm Mark Loman, Palmyra Kenny Hohe, Cuba Evan Jones, Ash Grove David Riley, Holden Todd Schachtsiek, Carrollton Class 4 Ronnie Calvird; Central (Park Hills) Steve Pfund; Lutheran South Craig Sucher; Clayton Kevin Bohnert: Saint Charles West Chad Hinds; Eldon Jim Garvin; Clinton Ian Verts; Marshall Jay Kolster; Van Horn (Independence) Class 5 Stan Bullington, Poplar Bluff Scott Davis, Parkway Central Matt McLellan, Hazelwood West Keith DeShurley, Fort Zumwalt South Karl Odenwald, Rolla Scott McGee, Willard Jay Meyer, Lee Summit West Kirk Bragg, Liberty

Quarterfinalists Class 1 Jeff Wyatt, Leopold Steve Kuchta, Lakeland Josh Woodward, LaPlata Josh Fisher, Santa Fe Class 2 Brock Crowley, East Carter Clint Smith, Canton Bryan Harmon, Crane Tanner Lawson, West Platte Class 3 Jerry Woods, St. Pius X Barry Koeneke, Hallsville Jim Julian, Forsyth Greg Kastner, Bishop LeBlond Class 4 Jeff Graviett, Notre Dame Keith Louder, Mexico Michael Calhoun, Monett Jeff Cain, Smithville Class 5 John Meyer; Marquette Steve Nicollerat; SLUH Howard Greenwood; Nixa Dave Wilson; Staley

Saint Louis, Missouri

Mike Yust Seneca HS

MIKE YUST SENECA HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE & PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER AND COACH 1975 – 2006 Head Baseball Coach, Seneca High School, 31 Yrs., 1975-76 – 2006 Overall Record 370 / 212 District Champions – 1976, 1977, 1978, 1988, 1990 Conference Champions & Conf. Coach of the Yr. - 1988 (1ST Yr. for Conf. Baseball), 1990, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2003, 2006 MHSBCA and National HS Baseball Coaches Association 25-Yr. Coaching Award-1999 USA Baseball Trials 2002 – 2005 Assistant Football Coach (Offensive Line) 1975- 1998 2nd Place State Football – 1975, 1983, 1986 (1968 Team Member – 1st MO Football Playoffs) State Champions – 1987 and 1995 Assistant Basketball Coach – 1975–76 Assistant Wrestling Coach 1984-85 – 1997 State Champions – 1984-85 Past Member of MHSBCA, National Baseball Coaches Association, SW Missouri Football Coaches Association, Seneca Athletic Club, and Seneca Booster club Married 41 years to Kay (Lawson) Yust. Coached sons, Chris & Rob, in HS Baseball, Football, and Wrestling. Both went on to play baseball at the college level – Chris at Crowder Jr. College and Northwest Missouri State University and Rob at Missouri Southern State University. Chris is now head baseball coach at Seneca High School. Chris and his wife, Rose, are the parents of 10-yr.-old Ryan, 3-yr-old Maddox, and 1- yrold Parker. Rob and his wife, Holly, are the parents of 10-yr-old Isabella and 7- yr-old Isaac. Enjoying family time, fishing, and deer and turkey hunting during retirement. Keeping up with Seneca Baseball through Chris and taking care of the baseball field.

2014 MHSBCA Longevity Club

Based on information received by January 1, 2015 Whitacre, Dale; Green City R- High School

J.E.M Award (The Jerry and Elaine Miles Award)

Presented In Recognition Of Outstanding Contributions To The National High School Baseball Coaches Association In Honor of Jerry & Elaine Miles Whose years of untiring service, loyalty & friendship will long be remembered! Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Winner Arizona Arizona Missouri Missouri Missouri Arizona Missouri California Missouri Arizona

Runner-Up California California Illinois Arizona Arizona California California Arizona California California-Ohio

2nd runner Up New Mexico Missouri Arizona Illinois Illinois Missouri Delaware-Arizona Missouri Ohio-Arizona Delaware

This award is given to the State Association that has been involved the most in the national organization during the year. It is based on a variety of criteria that is completed during the year. Each area is given point values. The winner will be based on totals points awarded. A permanent award will be kept by the national association with the state association name added to the Trophy that will be displayed at each national clinic. This award is given in the name of our association founders - Jerry and Elaine Miles. The Criteria: A. The state association with the most members in the national organization will be awarded 50 points. (The next highest will receive 49, the next 48, etc.). B. The state association with the most assistant coaches/others in the national organization will be awarded 50 points (The next will receive 49, the next 48, etc.). C. The state association with the most members registered at the national clinic will be awarded 50 points (The next will receive 49, the next 48, etc.). D. The state association with the most head coaches attending the national clinic will be awarded 50 points (The next will receive 49, the next 48, etc.). E. The state association with the most assistant coaches/others attending the national clinic will be awarded 50 points (The next will receive 49, the next 48, etc.). F. Each state will be awarded 10 points for each member they have on the BCA Cabinet. G. Each state will be awarded 10 points for each member they have on the BCA Executive Committee. H. Each state will be awarded 5 points for having members on a BCA Committee. The committees are: 1. The All American selection committee. 2. The National Ranking committee. 3. Coach of Year/Groundskeeper-Field of Year Committee. 4. Hall of Fame Committee

Fifteen Years Ash, Brian; Jefferson City High School Bodenhausen, Erich; Savannah High School Cissell, Darin; Francis Howell High School Darnell, Flave; Carl Junction High School DeLaurent, Dino; Camdenton High School DeNoyer, Scott; Lafayette High School Garrison, Joe; Hartville High School Gough, Eric; Fort Zumwalt West High School Horrell, Brian; Chaffee High School Mellody, James; Lee's Summit High School Richardson, Lance; Troy Buchanan High School Yust, Chris; Seneca High School Ferguson, Kenny; Southwest High School Jackson, Andy; La Plata High School Johnson, Brandon; Lebanon High School Kilgore, Scott; Fatima High School Baier, Ben; Blue Springs South High School Briggs, Eric; Kansas City Royals/Midwest Nationals Crosby, Chris; South Pemiscot High School Meyer, John; Marquette High School Westacott, Michael; Lee's Summit North High School Young, Jeff; Windsor High School Davis, Scott; Fredericktown High School Graviett, Jeff; Notre Dame High School Manne, Boyd; Lafayette High School McAnarney, James; Marshfield High School Renshaw, Gary; Raymore-Peculiar High School Riley, David; Holden High School Rusk, Todd; Cole Camp High School Sabala, Mark; Hermitage High School Scheeter, Alan; Sikeston High School Struckhoff, Rob; St. Francis Borgia High School DeShurley, Keith; Fort Zumwalt South High School Garrett, Rob; Ladue Horton Watkins High School Harryman, Kirk; Joplin High School Hicks, Kevin; Sturgeon High School Holst, Aaron; Excelsior Springs High School Kasper, Terry; Francis Howell High School Loman, Mark; Palmyra R-I High School Reed, Jeff; Pacific High School Siebert, Steve; Fort Zumwalt North High School

Simily, John; West County High School Swillum, Nick; Mt. Vernon High School Wyrick, Chris; Helias Catholic High School Twenty Years Antle, Harv; Blair Oaks High School Devine, Dan; Hickman High School Nimmo, Troy; Branson High School Sawyer, Rex; Ava High School Sturm, Rich; Oakville High School Harmon, Bryan; Crane High School Brown, Scott; St. John Vianney High School Burgi, John; Hollister High School West, John; Nixa High School Campbell, Rick; Campbell R-II High School DeGraw, Jim; Rockhurst High School McGinnis, Brendan; Branson High School Lawson, Dennis; Potosi R- High School Masek, Darren; Fulton High School Pfund, Steve; Lutheran South High School Scheer, Jim; New Haven High School Twenty-five Years Adam, Joel; Holt High School Dudley, Paul; Lebanon High School Scheer, Dave; Union High School Wood, Richard; Odessa High School Bahum, Mike; Pembroke Hill High School Garvin, Jim; Clinton High School Quigley, Howard; Republic High School Snodgrass, Mike; Glendale High School Groaning, Joe; Bishop DuBourg High School Katzman, Andy; John Burroughs School Musser, Mike; Benton High School Greenwood, Howard; Nixa High School Hix, Dave; Harrisonville High School Kastner, Greg; Bishop LeBlond High School Mayfield, Brad; Odessa High School Thirty Years Perkins, Tony; Francis Howell High School Seamon, Bill; Owensville High School Rowden, Wes; Van-Far High School Thirty-five Years Rhodes, Tom; American Legion Forty Years Koeneke, Barry; Hallsville High School Van Gilst, Rich; Westminster Christian Academy

2014 MHSBCA Longevity Club

2014 MHSBCA Victory Club

Based on information received by January 1, 2015

Based on information received by January 1, 2015

Five Years Campbell, Todd; Blue Springs South High School Horne, Mason; Christian Brothers College High School Jester, Richie; Cabool High School Karr, Lucas; Southern Boone High School Littlejohn, Jared; Raymore-Peculiar High School Mundahl, Travis; Macon R- High School Ollison, Jason; Green Ridge R- High School Rohlfing, Joe; Harrisonville High School Weeg, Chip; Halfway High School Womack, Jim; Jefferson City High School Boyer, Doug; Battle High School Cella, Andrew; Troy Buchanan High School Elmendorf, Andrew; Troy Buchanan High School Hayes, Christopher; Steelville R- High School Jackson, Justin; Hickman High School James, Kenneth; Ava High School Lepper, Heath; South Callaway High School McGownd, Derwin; Mountain Grove R- High School Osborne, Drew; Neosho High School Shalbot, Tyler; Vienna High School Young, Dustin; Lebanon High School Flaspohler, David; School of Osage High School Ford, Ryan; Charleston High School Gegg, Nathan; Valle Catholic High School Goetz, Tyler; Monett High School Griffin, Ryan; Louisiana High School Henderson, Darin; Stockton High School Kindle, Justin; Sedalia Smith-Cotton High School Lay, Heath; Winnetonka High School Lopez, Shawn; Center High School Remley, Shane; Kearney R- High School Rodriguez, Miguel; Eldon R- High School Schulte, Drew; Joplin High School Turner, Scott; Waynesville High School Unnerstall, Spencer; St. Francis Borgia High School Valle, Mark; Saint Louis Patriots Homeschool Wells, JR; William Chrisman High School Wilkins, Spencer; Excelsior Springs High School Zilz, Christopher; School of Osage High School Buckley, Ryan; Pembroke Hill High School Callahan, Shawn; Blue Springs South High School Dow, William; Carrollton R- High School Lovell, Brent; Troy Buchanan High School Nilges, Colby; Linn High School Pennington, Donny; Neosho High School

Shelton, Alex; Dixon High School Snider, Justin; Clever High School Stiglich, Jacob; Marquette High School Weldy, Brandon; Republic High School Wells, Shannon; Wright City High School Creed, Rusty; Mexico High School Gerding, Erich; New Franklin R-I High School Keilholz, Jason; Marion County R- High School Laskley, Josh; Marshfield High School Lieser, Justin; Cape Central High School O'Neal, Lynn; Fredericktown High School Sander, Paul; Saxony Lutheran High School Schmidt, Justin; Francis Howell High School Walker, Matt; Nixa High School Ten Years Ackman, Chris; Harrisburg High School Asquith, Marc; Winnetonka High School Beissenherz, Nathan; Concordia R- High School Bilyeu, Clay; Conway High School Boeckman, Joe; Webster Groves High School Elsenraat, Jeff; Republic High School Mossman, Robbie; Waynesville High School Simmons, J.R.; Jefferson City High School Wood, Jared; Battle High School Hohe, Kenny; Cuba High School Kern, Bob; Oakville High School Ledl, Casey; Logan Rogersville High School Minner, Michael; Charleston High School Null, Jeff; Greenville High School Anderson, Bob; Miami R-I High School Bourg, Rusty; Calvary Lutheran High School Branson, Lucas; Russellville High School Hopkins, Josh; Sikeston High School Kitchen, Tatum; Cape Central High School Louder, Keith; Mexico High School McClarty, Joseph; New Madrid County Central High School Starling, Adam; Marquette High School Walls, Jeff; Forsyth High School Wiskur, Justin; Northwest Hughesville High School Woodward, Josh; La Plata High School Castle, Charlie; Holden High School Jeffries, Don; Windsor High School Mathews, John; Branson High School Ransom, Brandon; Raymore-Peculiar High School Reidelberger, Joe; Francis Howell High School Sears, Kirk; Oak Grove High School Simpson, Brian; Harrisburg High School Calhoun, Michael; Monett High School Julian, Jim; Forsyth High School Moulder, Matt; Camdenton High School

One hundred wins Yust, Chris; Seneca High School Horne, Mason; Christian Brothers College High School Whitacre, Dale; Green City R- High School Beissenherz, Nathan; Concordia R-2 High School Garrett, Rob; Ladue Horton Watkins High School Rusk, Todd; Cole Camp High School Sears, Kirk; Oak Grove High School Sander, Paul; Saxony Lutheran High School Hohe, Kenny; Cuba High School Casper, Matt; Holcomb High School Dudley, Paul; Lebanon High School Valle, Mark; Saint Louis Patriots Homeschool Ferguson, Kenny; Southwest High School Snider, Justin; Clever High School Masek, Darren; Fulton High School Mellody, James; Lee's Summit High School Sabala, Mark; Hermitage High School Kilgore, Scott; Fatima High School DeShurley, Keith; Fort Zumwalt South High School One hundred & fifty wins Calhoun, Michael; Monett High School Gerding, Erich; New Franklin R-I High School McAnarney, James; Marshfield High School Wood, Jared; Battle High School Holst, Aaron; Excelsior Springs High School Julian, Jim; Forsyth High School Branson, Lucas; Russellville High School Young, Jeff; Windsor High School Sturm, Rich; Oakville High School Davis, Scott; Fredericktown High School Shelton, Alex; Dixon High School Harmon, Bryan; Crane High School Meyer, John; Marquette High School Katzman, Andy; John Burroughs School Two hundred wins Bodenhausen, Erich; Savannah High School Darnell, Flave; Carl Junction High School Rowden, Wes; Van-Far High School Moulder, Matt; Camdenton High School Scheer, Jim; New Haven High School Ash, Brian; Jefferson City High School Simpson, Brian; Harrisburg High School Riley, David; Holden High School Horrell, Brian; Chaffee High School Harryman, Kirk; Joplin High School Struckhoff, Rob; St. Francis Borgia High School Null, Jeff; Greenville High School

Swillum, Nick; Mt. Vernon High School Renshaw, Gary; Raymore-Peculiar High School Sawyer, Rex; Ava High School Two hundred & fifty wins Garrison, Joe; Hartville High School Loman, Mark; Palmyra R-I High School Scheer, Dave; Union High School Bilyeu, Clay; Conway High School Lawson, Dennis; Potosi R-3 High School Reed, Jeff; Pacific High School Wyrick, Chris; Helias Catholic High School Briggs, Eric; Kansas City Royals/Midwest Nationals Greenwood, Howard; Nixa High School Three hundred wins Groaning, Joe; Bishop DuBourg High School Hicks, Kevin; Sturgeon High School Adam, Joel; Holt High School DeGraw, Jim; Rockhurst High School Burgi, John; Hollister High School Pfund, Steve; Lutheran South High School Graviett, Jeff; Notre Dame High School Garvin, Jim; Clinton High School Kastner, Greg; Bishop LeBlond High School Three hundred & fifty wins Musser, Mike; Benton High School Brown, Scott; St. John Vianney High School Four hundred wins Quigley, Howard; Republic High School Antle, Harv; Blair Oaks High School Perkins, Tony; Francis Howell High School Four hundred & fifty wins Quigley, Howard; Republic High School Antle, Harv; Blair Oaks High School Perkins, Tony; Francis Howell High School Mayfield, Brad; Odessa High School Five hundred wins Simily, John; West County High School Van Gilst, Rich; Westminster Christian Academy Six hundred wins Koeneke, Barry; Hallsville High School Eight hundred wins Rhodes, Tom; American Legion

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