The 2015 Missouri vs. Illinois All-Star High School Baseball Game will be played on Saturday, July 11. The game will feature the top 48 senior baseball players in the area representing 25 different high schools on both sides of the Mississippi River.

The game, at Clemens Field in Hannibal, is set with a 7 p.m. first pitch with gates opening at 6 p.m. Admission is $8 with ages 5 and under admitted free of charge.  The game is sponsored by Benson Financial Group of Hannibal, Shottenkirk Toyota-Scion in Quincy and Refreshment Services Pepsi. Listen to free play-by-play coverage of the 2015 Misouri vs. Illinois All-Star Game by clicking the button below.

The event organizers are Kevin Peters and Aaron Peters and they have announced the rosters for the Missouri and Illinois teams. The rosters are listed below:

Missouri Roster:

Alex Roy and Cory Buchanan, Bowling Green; Cameron Durst and Justin Fellinger, Canton; Cyrus Phillips, Clark County; Austin Kirby, Hannibal; Drew McCutchan, Highland; Cedric Boone and Joey McCauley, Knox County; Hank Calvin, Louisiana; Christian Thrasher, Macon; Brett Peters and Dalton Lynn, Mark Twain; Gage Shively, Scott Hoover and Taylor Bert, Monroe City; Alan Trenhaile and Jacob Rich, North Shelby;  Aaron Stone, Holden Hudson, Trevor Meny and Trevor Nierman, Palmyra; and Brant Francis, Paris.  The Missouri team's head coach will be Palmyra’s Mark Loman and his assistants will be Adam Gunterman and Jeff Cissna.

Illinois Roster:

Brady Robinson and Collin Clinging, Brown County; Taylor Heimann and Zach Foote, Central; Winston Smith, Central-Southeastern; Jordan DeHart, Kaleb Bradshaw, Kendal Hannant, Riley Bradshaw, and Skyler Miller, Griggsville-Perry; Nolan Ard and Peyton Porter, Illini West; Bryce Peters, Liberty; Jonah Meleski, Pittsfield; Gunner Turner, Pleasant Hill; Matthew Tossick, Quincy; Adam Hutson, Austin Ridder, Cale Burgtorf, Jacob Becker, Justin Tallman, and Luke Frieden, Quincy Notre Dame; Noah Lynch, Western and Andrew Hardy, West Hancock. The Illinois head coach will be Griggsville-Perry’s Mark Cheatum and assistants Zach Ferguson and Pittsfield’s John Schultz.