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All-Big South baseball: Worthington's Will Brandner selected

Will Brandner of the Worthington Trojans achieved 2019 All-Big South Conference big division baseball honors, and teammates Turner Rogers and Daniel Pavelko earned honorable mentions.

Will Brandner of the Worthington Trojans achieved 2019 All-Big South Conference big division baseball honors, and teammates Turner Rogers and Daniel Pavelko earned honorable mentions.

Brandner was a junior this spring, Rogers a senior and Pavelko a sophomore.

Six Luverne players were named All-Big South in the small division.

St. Peter had five players named in the big division while Marshall, New Ulm, Fairmont and Blue Earth Area all had three

Here are the small division honorees:

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Luverne -- Jake Haugen (12), Colby Crabtree (11), Ben Serie (12), Isaiah Bartels (11), Derek Lundgren (12) and Gaige Nath (12)

Pipestone Area -- Josh Tinklenberg (12), Reid Homann (12), Isaiah Byrnes (12), Matt Enger (12) and Carson Wipf (12)

Windom Area -- Kobe Lovell (12), Conner Redman (10) and Alex Borsgard (12)

Redwood Valley -- Cole Woodford (12), Bryant Haas (11)

St. James Area -- Jacob Brey (12)

Jackson County Central -- Zach Neal (12)

Honorable mention: Dawson Schelhaas, Pipestone Area; Eric Pfeffer, Kyle Espenson and Kade Sammons of Windom Area; Kyle Lechner and Carter Guetter of Redwood Valley; Kobe Mohwinkel of St. James Area; Alex Bretzman of JCC.

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