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Novotny, Shields honored on all-Big 10 baseball team

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Jerred Novotny terrorized the Big 10 Conference all year. Coach Robert Shields led Bridgeport back to the regional semifinals. Both caught the attention of the Big 10 Conference.

Novotny, South Harrison's slugger, and Shields were the Big 10 Player and Coach of the Year on the all-conference team as voted on by the Big 10's coaches. The list was released Friday.

Also, Bridgeport's Mike Honce, Liberty's Chad Southern and Lewis County's Chris Good were named co-Pitchers of the Year.

Novotny batted .513, clubbed seven homers and knocked in 38 while pitching and playing first base for the Hawks. Honce struck out 62 batters in 47 1/3 innings and went 7-2 and notched two saves. Southern fanned 82 in 62 innings and went 7-4.

Novotny was one of four Hawks named to the All-Big 10 first team. Outfielder Drew Toth (.364), infielder Tommy Cohen (.378) and utility man Jason Grimmett (.402) also represented South Harrison.

Bridgeport placed two others on first team besides Honce. Outfielder Chris Liebig (.402) and designated hitter Alan Robbins (.382) also were named.

Robert C. Byrd, Liberty and Lewis County each had two first-teamers.

Outfielder Scott Ross (.403) and catcher James Funk (.375, five homers, 27 RBI) represented RCB. Second baseman John Conch (.326) joined Southern from Liberty, and infielder Pat Morrison joined Good from Lewis County.

Rounding out the first team was special nomination Derek Shomo from Philip Barbour.

Second-team players are Liberty's Denver Winters, Jack Hurst and Andrew Knight; Lincoln's Eric Miker and Wes Osbourn; Bridgeport's Brandon Brumage, Jason Glisson and Paul Graeber; Lewis County's Travis Bragg and Grafton's Jason Rosier.

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