Prep Baseball Report

2023 Minnesota High School Preview: John Marshall Rockets

Parker Hageman
Prep Baseball Report Minnesota


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As we prepare for the upcoming 2023 high school season, we will be taking a preseason glimpse at programs from around the state.

Team: John Marshall
Nickname: Rockets
Class: AAAA
League: Big 9
Head Coach: Tyler Zemla
Years as Head Coach at School (Overall Record): 1 (6-17)
2022 Overall Record: 6-17
2022 League Record: 2-9
2022 League Finish: 12th
2022 Post-Season Finish: 1-2

# of Returning Starters:
# of Pitchers With 15+ Innings Returning: 1

# of Starters Lost:
# of Pitchers with 15+ Innings Lost: 3

Aiden Smoley, 3B/C/P, 2023,
Adam Hegrenes, OF/C/LHP, 2023
Cayden Cherevko, OF/RHP, 2023
Nolan Wayne, 2B/RHP, 2025

Zach Carr -Bemidji State
Nolan Satre - University of Minnesota-Morris
Tyler Motley - St. Scholastica
Drew Lingen - Winona State University
Brenden Baxter - Northern State University

"While we only return 4 starters from last season, we have a good crop of young talent that is eager to compete for playing time. I expect our team to be competitive in every game we play as long as we throw strikes and play solid defense behind our pitchers. I believe the success of our team hinges on the our veteran players being able to help the newcomers adapt to baseball at the varsity level."
Tyler Zemla, John Marshall Head Coach