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Brooks Robinson All-Star Game | PHOTOS

#1 Jackson Merrill of Severna Park High School, right, is greeted at home plate by South teammates #36 Doc Daniels of Crisfield High School, and #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School, after Merrill hit a home run that tied the game, 8-8, in the top of the 7th inning. Merrill’s homer was the first in the Brooks Robinson High School All-Star Game since 2016. The game between North and South teams, played at Oriole Park, ended in an 8-8 tie. There have been only three tie scores since the All-Star series began.
(Amy Davis)

Brooks Robinson All-Star Game | PHOTOS

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The Brooks Robinson All-Star Game is a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players.
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
#1 Jackson Merrill of Severna Park High School, right, is greeted at home plate by South teammates #36 Doc Daniels of Crisfield High School, and #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School, after Merrill hit a home run that tied the game, 8-8, in the top of the 7th inning. Merrill’s homer was the first in the Brooks Robinson High School All-Star Game since 2016. The game between North and South teams, played at Oriole Park, ended in an 8-8 tie. There have been only three tie scores since the All-Star series began.
#1 Jackson Merrill of Severna Park High School, right, is greeted at home plate by South teammates #36 Doc Daniels of Crisfield High School, and #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School, after Merrill hit a home run that tied the game, 8-8, in the top of the 7th inning. Merrill’s homer was the first in the Brooks Robinson High School All-Star Game since 2016. The game between North and South teams, played at Oriole Park, ended in an 8-8 tie. There have been only three tie scores since the All-Star series began. (Amy Davis)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Stars' Evan Selmer of Indian Creek High School pitches in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 27, 2021.
South All-Stars' Evan Selmer of Indian Creek High School pitches in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 27, 2021. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Star's Branden Brown, of Atholton High, pitches in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game.
South All-Star's Branden Brown, of Atholton High, pitches in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Star's Jackson Merrill, right, of Severna Park High, celebrates his two-run homer with teammate DoC Daniel, left, in the seventh inning of the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players.
South All-Star's Jackson Merrill, right, of Severna Park High, celebrates his two-run homer with teammate DoC Daniel, left, in the seventh inning of the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
Brandon Brown, of Atholton High, is the South All-Star's MVP pitcher winner.
Brandon Brown, of Atholton High, is the South All-Star's MVP pitcher winner. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
North All-Star's Casey Bishop, of Gilman School, is the Hitter's MVP awarded winner in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 27, 2021.
North All-Star's Casey Bishop, of Gilman School, is the Hitter's MVP awarded winner in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 27, 2021. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
North All-Star's Casey Bishop, of Gilman School, makes a throw to first.
North All-Star's Casey Bishop, of Gilman School, makes a throw to first. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Star's Jack Pistner, of Centennial HIgh, plays in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game.
South All-Star's Jack Pistner, of Centennial HIgh, plays in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Star's Cael Huyer, of South River High, makes a catch in the outfield.
South All-Star's Cael Huyer, of South River High, makes a catch in the outfield. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
Dulaney HIgh's Todd Mozoki plays in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game.
Dulaney HIgh's Todd Mozoki plays in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
Jackson Merrill, of Severna Park High, throws to first base.
Jackson Merrill, of Severna Park High, throws to first base. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Star's Carson Lowman, North County High, pitches in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
South All-Star's Carson Lowman, North County High, pitches in the Brooks Robinson All-Star game, a showcase game for the state's best high school baseball players, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South All-Star's Thomas Joseph, of Archbishop Spalding High School, makes a catch in the outfield.
South All-Star's Thomas Joseph, of Archbishop Spalding High School, makes a catch in the outfield. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
North All-Star's Casey Bishop, of Gilman School, fields a grounder during the Brooks Robinson All-Star game.
North All-Star's Casey Bishop, of Gilman School, fields a grounder during the Brooks Robinson All-Star game. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team #5 Jack Pistner of Centennial High School is safe at second as North Team #10 Casey Bishop of the Gilman School throws to first in the top of the fourth inning.
South Team #5 Jack Pistner of Centennial High School is safe at second as North Team #10 Casey Bishop of the Gilman School throws to first in the top of the fourth inning. (Amy Davis)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School is safe returning to first base when the throw to North Team #12 Todd Mozoki of Dulaney High School is late.
South Team #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School is safe returning to first base when the throw to North Team #12 Todd Mozoki of Dulaney High School is late. (Amy Davis)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team outfielders #5 Cael Huyer of South River High School, left, and #34 Phillip McCarthy of Chopticon High School go after a hit to center field by North Team #5 Zach Martin of Middletown High School in the bottom of the fifth inning.
South Team outfielders #5 Cael Huyer of South River High School, left, and #34 Phillip McCarthy of Chopticon High School go after a hit to center field by North Team #5 Zach Martin of Middletown High School in the bottom of the fifth inning. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School makes a sacrifice bunt in the top of the fifth inning.
South Team #27 Andrew Leginze of La Plata High School makes a sacrifice bunt in the top of the fifth inning. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team pitcher Carson Lowman of North County High School pitching in the bottom of the fifth inning.
South Team pitcher Carson Lowman of North County High School pitching in the bottom of the fifth inning. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team #1 Je"Lan Harrell of Gwynn Park High School makes a catch at third in the bottom of the third inning. The Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Oriole Park between North and South teams ended in an 8-8 tie. This is only the third tie since the All Star game, organized by the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches, began. June 27, 2021 p7
South Team #1 Je"Lan Harrell of Gwynn Park High School makes a catch at third in the bottom of the third inning. The Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Oriole Park between North and South teams ended in an 8-8 tie. This is only the third tie since the All Star game, organized by the Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches, began. June 27, 2021 p7 (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team catcher #36 Doc Daniels of Crisfield High School goes to the mound to speak with pitcher #4 Carson Lowman of North County High School in the bottom of the sixth inning.
South Team catcher #36 Doc Daniels of Crisfield High School goes to the mound to speak with pitcher #4 Carson Lowman of North County High School in the bottom of the sixth inning. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
In the bottom of the first inning, North Team #5 Zach Martin of Middletown High School is safe at third base, covered by South Team #5 Jack Pistner of Centennial High School. Martin later scored.
In the bottom of the first inning, North Team #5 Zach Martin of Middletown High School is safe at third base, covered by South Team #5 Jack Pistner of Centennial High School. Martin later scored. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team starting pitcher #21 Andrew Johnson is from Glenelg High School.
South Team starting pitcher #21 Andrew Johnson is from Glenelg High School. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
South Team #8 Dakota Wright of Huntington High School dives into third as North Team starting pitcher #2 Matt Cunningham of Linganore High School covers, in first inning action.
South Team #8 Dakota Wright of Huntington High School dives into third as North Team starting pitcher #2 Matt Cunningham of Linganore High School covers, in first inning action. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Brooks Robinson All-Star Game
The Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Oriole Park between North and South all-star high school teams ended in an 8-8 tie.
The Brooks Robinson All-Star Game at Oriole Park between North and South all-star high school teams ended in an 8-8 tie. (Amy Davis)
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