Belcher signs to play baseball at SIC

Tyler Belcher was joined by his parents Corey and Amie and sister Abby at his signing Friday at Marshall County High School.

Marshall County baseball player Tyler Belcher will continue his career at Southeastern Illinois Community College in Harrisburg, Illinois. The senior catcher for the Marshals, signed his Letter of Intent Friday at Marshall County High School. The Falcons play in the Great Rivers Athletic Conference at the Division-1 level of the NJCAA.

“Tyler has had a very productive career at MCHS”, Marshall County Head Coach Rob McDonald said. “He hit .344 as a junior with eight doubles. SIC is getting a player with a lot of upside.”

“I am ready for the next step in my baseball and academic career at SIC”, Tyler said. “It was a good fit for what I was looking for in a college. When I went on my visit and saw that it was a small junior college, I thought it would be a good transition school.”

Tyler is the son of Corey and Amie Belcher.

Along with his parents and sister, Tyler was supported at his signing by (L-R) grandparents David and Ruth Belcher, Joe Thomas and his grandmother Paula Carter.
Coaches pictured with Tyler and his family (L-R) Shane Darnall (MCHS), Jeremy Irlbeck (SIC), Rob McDonald (MCHS), Brad Wallace (Ky. Prospects) and Scott Matlock (Ky. Prospects).
Tyler was joined by members of the Marshall County baseball team.
A multi-sport athlete, Tyler was joined by teammates from the Marshall County soccer team.