Eagles Baseball Players Receive Postseason Recognition
Eleven total Holden high school baseball players have received postseason recognition.
Five players have been recognized for their play on the field during conference and district play.
Nine total players have been recognized by the Missouri River Valley Conference for their work in the classroom during the season.
Eagle senior outfielder Danny Hartzler has received a postseason all-star game selection, as well.
All-MRVC-East Holden baseball players receiving First Team All-MRVC-East recognition include junior pitcher/third baseman Garrett Smith, and sophomore shortstop/pitcher Aiden Morarity.
Junior utility player Carson Gard has been named as a Second Team All-MRVC-East player.
Sophomore pitcher/second baseman Lane Siemer has been tabbed as an Honorable Mention All-MRVC-East player.
For their work in the classroom this season, Smith, Morarity, Siemer, juniors Travis Bruns and Bryce Faust, sophomores Lane Inglis, Wyatt VanMeter, and Isaac Bell; and freshman Tyler Barker have been named as Academic All-MRVC-East performers.
All-District Holden Eagle baseball players named to the Class 3, District 14 Team include senior outfielder/pitcher Danny Hartzler, juniors Garrett Smith and Carson Gard, and sophomores Aiden Morarity and Lane Siemer.
Hartzler To Play In Senior All-Star Game Holden senior baseball player Danny Hartzler has been selected to play in the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 3 Senior All-Star Game.
The game will be played at Southern Boone High School in Ashland, Mo, on June 11 at 1 p.m.