Posted: Sunday, 26 May 2013 11:56PM

Forsyth's Kaufman wins best hitter poll



SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In this week's O-Zone Poll Question we asked "Who is the best hitter in the area?"  The votes are in and Forsyth sophomore Jay Kaufman stands above the rest.  Kaufman hit .543 with 2 home runs and 27 RBIs, scoring 31 runs for the top ranked Panthers while striking out just twice the entire season.


Will Blount, Glendale 221 Votes (5%)
Austin Essick, Billings 170 Votes (4%)
Dustin Hargus, Morrisville 236 Votes (5%)
Caleb Jones, Mansfield 22 Votes (1%)
Caleb Kauffman, Weaubleau 196 Votes (5%)
Jay Kaufman, Forsyth 1413 Votes (33%)
Andrew Kendrick, Parkview 273 Votes (6%)
Deric Link, Fair Grove 176 Votes (4%)
Michael Pfeifer, Willard 1299 Votes (30%)
Chance Wolfe, Clever 315 Votes (7%)

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