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Brett Jacobs

Brett Jacobs started the game on the mound for the Helena Senators against the Great Falls Chargers on Sunday.

The Helena Senators celebrated their recently ended season that resulted in a trip to the state tournament on Tuesday. Coach Jon Burnett handed out several team awards at a banquet with Colin Sassano and Brett Jacobs coming away with the most awards.

Sassano, now a redshirt freshman football player at Carroll College, won the Betty Cottingham Award as the team MVP, voted on by the players. He was also named the Earl Tucker Batting Champ with a .456 average.

Jacobs, who is headed to Williston State to play baseball, was named the Dick Muffick Most Competitive player and Zach Murfitt Award for most inspirational as voted on by his teammates. He also won the Ace Kindrick Award for pitching with a minimum of 45 innings pitched. 

Junior outfielder Zach Spiroff took home the Stanley Foote Award for most improved. That too was voted on by the team.

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Associate Sports Editor

Associate Sports Editor for The Independent Record

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