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* * * RECRUITING/COLLEGE NEWS: Congratulations to 2017 Marshals grads who will be moving on: Tyler Bridgewater (Redlands College), Tristan Buschow (Lyon College), Alec Eskenazi (Garden City Community College), Kage Forest (St. Louis University), Michael Foster (Midland College), Tyler Gatewood (Northwestern State, Braeden Gould (Seward County Community College), Connor Herriage (McLennan Community College), Carson Hunter, Kollier Knight (Redlands College), Wyatt Marr (Murray State), Cole Parker (University of the Ozarks), Michael Plybon (TCS), Juan Sandoval (Cedar Valley College), Jake Tidwell (Austin College), Brandon Valentine (William Jewell College) * * *

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DALLAS-FORT WORTH / NORTH TEXAS SELECT BASEBALL

Our next tryout has been scheduled!
Our tryout has is set for Saturday, December 1. 

Next Tryout Sat Dec 1 (15U, 16U, 17U, 18U)

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UPCOMING TRYOUTS

DATE AGES LOCATION TIME
Sat, Nov 3 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Kelly Field, Carrollton 2:00-4:00
Sat, Dec 1 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Kelly Field, Carrollton 2:00-4:00
  • Select, competitive teams
  • Showcase tournaments
  • Help with recruiting
  • A focus on player development
  • Click HERE to register to attend

Congrats to Former McKinney Marshal star Max Muncy (Keller HS, Baylor University) who had a great World Series with the Los AngelesDodgers.


17U Bern captures 2018 North-South Championship

16U Hadeler takes 2018 OSU Select 16 Championship

12U Marshals win 2018 Fall Halloween Classic


Marshals 13U Majors team has impressive 2018 season

First-year team gets a quick start and never lets uP


The 2018 Marshals 13U majors team had a very successful season.

A great season. The Marshals 13U majors team had a great season by any standard. Coming off a solid 12U season, the team had high hopes.


The team routinely made the championship bracket, and brought home hardware.

Coached by head coach Jason Smiga and assistant Victor Liu, the team battled for the championship in most of the tournaments they played.


A focus on moving on to the next level

Whether your goal to be the best high school player you can be, or college or beyond, the Marshals can help you find the next level.
TRYOUTS

Max Muncy (Keller Central HS) now plays 3B for the Dodgers, but in 2007 he was part of a Marshals team that won the WWBA World Series in Fort Myers Florida, a tournament featuring 80 of the top 17U teams in the country.

A focus on helping players develop

Athletics, Grades, Competition, Character
 

  • Experienced, professional coaching
  • A history of players moving to the next level
  • Positive learning environment
  • Focus on team, character, integrity, discipline
  • Competitive tournament schedules
  • Realistic roster sizes
  • A focus on player development

CONGRATS TO MARSHALS MOVING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

MARSHALS MOVING ON

Congratulations to the 2017 Marshals players moving on to the next level

Marshals players understand that academic success is a critical component of being a student-athlete.
We are very proud of these players who have worn the Marshals colors, and wish them well as they move on to the next level.

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Tyler Bridgewater Redlands College
Tristan Buschow Lyon College
Alec Eskenazi Garden City College
Kage Forest St. Louis University
Michael Foster Midland College
Tyler Gatewood Northwestern State
Braedon Gould Seward County College
Connor Herriage McLennan College
Carson Hunter North Lake College
Kollier Knight Redlands College
Wyatt Marr Murray State
Cole Parker University of the Ozarks
Michael Plybon TCS
Juan Sandoval Cedar Valley College
Jake Tidwell Austin College
Brandon Valentine William Jewell College

Marshals take NTX Southwest Premier Finale championship

The Marshals 16U - Bern team, coached by head coach Brian Bern, won the NTX Southwest Premier Finale championship, capturing wins along the way against, DBAT, Stix, Blackhawks and Cavemen teams.


Ritchie signs with BAMA

Former Marshals SS Nolan Ritchie (Frisco Centennial, Cisco JC) has signed to play with The University of Alabama.


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