All Decade Team


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Matt Akery

North Charleston Baseball 2003-2005
Dixie Majors State Championship 2003
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005

Slugging first baseman / outfielder had a lifetime batting average of .321. Known for hitting with runners in scoring position, he has 65 lifetime RBI's which ranks 2nd among players from the years 2000 - 2009. As a player, won 14 games while losing just 1 during State Tournaments. Made only 5 errors in 108 games played. A great teammate who was loose in the club house.
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Chris Ard

North Charleston Baseball 2000-2001
The Citadel 2002-2005
World Series Finalist 2001

Known as a true team leader and one of the all time great middle infielders. A very intense competitor and clutch hitter who has a lifetime average of .410. Always seem to make a big play when needed. Led the 2001 North Charleston team to the World Series Finals. A tireless worker who respected the game. Was a coach on the 2005 World Series Championship Team.
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Jesse Barbaro

North Charleston Baseball 2005
Coastal University
Lander University
University of South Carolina 2007-2008
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005

One of the best pure hitters in North Charleston history. Lifetime average of .520 and on base percentage of .591 is one of the best of all time. One of the leading hitters on the first World Series Championship Team in 2005 with a .458 average and a .581 on base percentage. Has the highest regular season batting average of .550 for the years 2000 - 2009. A leader by example.
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Mecho Boren

North Charleston Baseball 2007-2009
Dixie Majors State Championship 2007
Dixie Majors State Championship 2008
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2009

Good fielding power hitter who brought stability to the first base position during the years 2007 - 2009. Leads all players from the years 2000 - 2009 with 8 home runs. Has a lifetime batting average .328. Excelled in State Tournament play with a .455 batting average and a .586 on base percentage. Never lost a game as a player in the State Tournament while winning 10. Well respected by teammates and coaches.
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Perry Bowers

North Charleston Baseball 2004-2005
Limestone University 2005
USC Salkehatchie 2006
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005

Lifetime batting average of .375 with 52 RBI's had the greatest offensive display of any player in the history of the Dixie Majors World Series. In the 2005 World Series Championship Game he had 3 Home Runs one being a Grand Slam Home Run which are still World Series records today. He also had 4 Home Runs in the series which is a World Series record. His lifetime World Series batting average of .517 and RBI total of 24 is tops among North Charleston players. MVP of the 2005 World Series.
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Chip Cannon

North Charleston Baseball 1999-2000
The Citadel 2001-2004
Drafted 8th Round Toronto Blue Jays 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 1999
Dixie Majors State Championship 2000

One of the more complete players of the decade. Lifetime regular season batting average of .317 and on base percentage of .404. Pitching stats were even more impressive. Lifetime ERA of 1.40 with 46 strike outs in 45 innings pitched. He struck out 24% of the batters he faced. A great leader and teammate. Team MVP in 2000.
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Phillip Coker

North Charleston Baseball 2000-2002
College of Charleston 2003-2006
Dixie Majors State Championship 2000
World Series Finalist 2001
Dixie Majors State Championship 2002

One of the more exciting offensive players of the decade. Lifetime batting average of .371 and on base percentage of .483 is one of the best all time. Speedy shortstop stole 25 bases and scored 58 runs. Was 13 for 15 for a remarkable .867 batting average during the 2000 World Series. Truly one of the all time greats. Team MVP in 2002.
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Jon Ellis

North Charleston Baseball 2001
The Citadel 2001-2004
Drafted 6th Round San Diego Padres 2004
World Series Finalist 2001

One of the more competitive pitchers of the 2000 - 2009 decade. A lifetime ERA of 2.80, batters had just a .213 batting average when he was pitching. A very good hitting pitcher, he had a lifetime batting average of .339 and on base percentage of .425. Was lead off hitter and starting centerfielder when not on the mound.
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Zach Garrett

North Charleston Baseball 2009
The Citadel 2009
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2009

One of the most dominating pitching performances in North Charleston World Series history. Had 2 wins and a save in the 2009 World Series. Struck out 14 batters in 13 innings pitched. Hitters hit just .191. Was just as good during the regular season striking out 49 batters in 41 2/3 innings pitched. Has a lifetime ERA of 1.18. A truly great big game pitcher. MVP of the 2009 World Series.
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Jeremy Hackney

North Charleston Baseball 2005-2008
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2006
Dixie Majors State Championship 2007
Dixie Majors State Championship 2008

A very dependable and great competitor. His career wins as a player with 95 ranks first all time. He has a 3 win and 0 loss record as a pitcher in State Tournaments and an ERA of 0.70. As a pitcher he has 18 career wins. He has a lifetime ERA of 2.05 while striking out 124 batters. A great player who sees the whole picture.
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Pitcher of the Decade: Mark Henderson

North Charleston Baseball 2005-2007
USC Salkehatchie 2007-2009
USC Aiken 2010
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2006
Dixie Majors State Championship 2007

The most consistent pitcher of the decade in North Charleston history. Career wins of 22 as a pitcher ranks first between the years of 2000 - 2009. Has a lifetime ERA of 2.12 while striking out 159 batters in 161 2/3 innings pitched. Holds a perfect 3 win 0 loss with 1 save record as a pitcher in State Tournament Games. Also was a solid hitter with a lifetime batting average of .319. Co-MVP of 2005 State Tournament and 2007 Season MVP.
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Clayton Knight

North Charleston Baseball 2007-2008
Limestone University 2007-2008
USC Aiken 2009-2010
Dixie Majors State Championship 2007
Dixie Majors State Championship 2008

Dominating player both on the mound and at the plate. As a pitcher he has a lifetime ERA of 1.18 while striking out 94 batters in 83 1/3 innings pitched. With a 2 win and 0 loss record, he has pitched 11 scoreless innings in State Tournament Games. He also won 2 and lost 0 in World Series Games. As a hitter, he has a lifetime batting average of .346, with a State Tournament average of .389 and a World Series average of .385. MVP of the State Tournament in 2007. Team MVP in 2008.
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Brantley Meier

North Charleston Baseball 2006-2007
Charleston Southern University 2008-2011
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2006
Dixie Majors State Championship 2007

Speedy outfielder who presented major problems for opposing teams. Struck out only 2 times in 140 plate appearances which ranks first at North Charleston between the years 2000 - 2009. Has a lifetime batting average of .347. As a base runner, stole 37 bases in 40 attempts which also ranks first during this period. Has a batting average of .400 in State Tournaments. A great lead off hitter with a great work ethic. Team MVP in 2007.
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Mickey Melendez

North Charleston Baseball 2002-2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2002
Dixie Majors State Championship 2003
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004

Steady, hard working player has a lifetime batting average of .348 with an on base percentage of .408. Has a regular season batting average of .340 and an on base percentage of .400, but really excelled during World Series Tournament games. During the World Series he hit .450 and had an on base percentage of .476. Favorite among players and coaches. Kept everyone loose in the dugout.
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Player of the Decade: Kory Morian

North Charleston Baseball 2003-2006
USC Upstate 2006-2007
Charleston Southern University 2008-2009
Dixie Majors State Championship 2003
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2006

One of the more dependable offensive players during the decade. With a lifetime average of .381, he ranks first in runs scored with 102 and first in RBI with 90. His State Tournament batting average of .412 and World Series batting average of .377 were keys in winning 3 State Championships and 2 World Series titles. A great defensive player as well. MVP of 2005 State Tournament and team MVP in 2006.
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Erik Morian

North Charleston Baseball 2003-2005
USC Upstate 2005
Dixie Majors State Championship 2003
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005 Strong offensive catcher / outfielder who would increase production during World Series Tournaments. Has a lifetime batting average of .374 and on base percentage of .487. During World Series time his offensive numbers would increase to a batting average of .512 and on base percentage of .566. He still shares the record for Most Grand Slam Home Runs in a World World Series. A great clutch hitter.
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Offensive Player of the Decade: Nick Orvin

North Charleston Baseball 2008-2009
The Citadel 2009-2012
Dixie Majors State Championship 2008
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2009

Excellent defensive outfielder who was even better at the plate. Has the highest lifetime on base percentage of players from the the years 2000 - 2009 with an amazing .596. A lifetime batting average of .482, his average was .471 in State Tournaments and .500 in World Series games. He struck out only 6 times in 178 plate appearances. His 5 hits in the Championship Game in 2009 is a World Series Record. He has 30 stolen bases and made only 1 error in 66 games. A great big game player. MVP of the 2009 season.
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Ryan Owens

North Charleston Baseball 2000-2002
The Citadel 2002-2006
Free Agent Houston Astros 2006
World Series Finalist 2001
Dixie Majors State Championship 2002

Undoubtedly the best left handed pitcher between the years 2000 - 2009. Has a lifetime ERA of 2.33 while striking out 68 batters in 45 innings pitched. Gave up only 1 hit in 9 innings during State Tournaments. Known as a very good hitter, has a lifetime batting average of .385. His strongest showing at the plate occurred during State Tournaments where he posted a .462 batting average. Was a coach on the 2005 World Series Championship Team.
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Wynn Pelzer

North Charleston Baseball 2002-2004
University of South Carolina 2005-2007
Drafted 9th Round San Diego Padres 2007
Dixie Majors State Championship 2002
Dixie Majors State Championship 2003
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004

Stalwart on the mound for 3 seasons. Impressive record includes 15 wins, 190 strikeouts and a 1.56 ERA. Did not miss a turn in the starting rotation due to injury or illness. Won 3 State Championships and appeared in 11 World Series games. Also, appeared as a strong armed catcher and a speedy switch-hitting centerfielder when not on the mound.
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Mark Perry

North Charleston Baseball 2004-2006
Charleston Southern University 2006-2009
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2006

Solid shortstop who has a lifetime batting average of .315 and an on base percentage of .437. Scored 63 runs during his career which ranks second between the years 2000 - 2009. Has 10 wins as a player in State Tournament Games and never experienced a loss. Great team player with solid work ethic. One of the top infielders of all time.
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Brandon Roberts

North Charleston Baseball 2006
Charleston Southern University 2006-2009
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2006

Had one of the more memorable World Series of all time. Hit a winning 3 run homer and pitched a complete game win in the elimination game of the 2006 World Series. Also, had a game winning double and 3 RBI's in Championship Game win over Alabama. For the Series he had a .474 batting average, .500 on base percentage, with 8 RBI's and scored 5 runs. In his complete game win he gave up only 4 hits and 1 earned run for an 1.00 ERA. He had 7 strike outs. For his accomplishments he was named the 2006 World Series MVP. He has a lifetime ERA of 2.92 with 57 strike outs in 52 2/3 innings pitched.
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Matt Still

North Charleston Baseball 2007-2008
Limestone University 2007-2008
Charleston Southern University 2010-2011
Dixie Majors State Championship 2007
Dixie Majors State Championship 2008

Excellent hitter, especially in post season play. Lifetime average of .347, but bettered that by hitting .400 in State Tournaments and .407 in World Series Games. Only player in North Charleston history to win the Home Run Derby Contest (2007). Has 10 wins as a player in State Tournament Games and never experienced a loss. Had a Home Run in the Championship game to win the 2008 State Championship.
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Bobby Streisel

North Charleston Baseball 2008
Dixie Majors State Championship 2008

A lifetime average of .387, excelled during post season play, especially during the State Tournament. Hit for an average of .600 which ranks first among players from the years 2000 - 2009. Has an on base percentage of .686 during the State Tournament games. Has a perfect 2 wins and 0 loss record as a pitcher in post season tournament play. A great pitcher who worked ahead of hitters. Complete player with great make-up. MVP of the 2008 State Tournament.
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Defensive Player of the Decade: Adam Ward

North Charleston Baseball 2003-2005
Clemson University 2007-2009
Dixie Majors State Championship 2003
Dixie Majors State Championship 2004
Dixie Majors State Championship 2005
Dixie Majors World Series Championship 2005

Stellar performer both offensively and defensively behind the plate. Has a lifetime batting average of .352 and an even better average of .481 in State Tournament Games. Made only 3 errors in 108 games played. Caught 49 consecutive innings with 0 passed balls in leading North Charleston to it's first Dixie Majors World Series Championship. Was a coach on the 2006 and 2009 World Series Championship Teams.