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PAC Panthers Baseball team getting some quality instruction and motivation by one of the nation’s best programs with a visit to Doug Kingsmore Stadium at Clemson University. #ECBuzz!
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by Ken Rank, Bluegrass United Baseball (Lexington, KY) has completed its inaugural season. After a slow start, "BU" finished the season at 12-12. There were many great moments, both individually and as a team. The highlight was two wins against long established public school programs. There is a great deal of excitement going forward as all of BU's players were underclassmen and will be returning next season. They are hoping to make some noise against both public and private school teams. #BUnited
by Michael Cousar, Anderson Cavaliers
The Anderson Cavaliers (SC) completed the Varsity Baseball season by winning the State Championship!
Coastal Hurricanes BREAKING NEWS..we have a new HIT KING for Hurricanes baseball. With a 2 for 4 night on Tuesday senior Brett Collins now has 117 base knocks in his varsity career. That's one more than his brother, Daniel Collins (who is now pitching at Georgia Southern). Brett also picked up the win on the mound and is now tied for 2nd all-time with Ryan Rockwell (now pitching at Montreat College) with 13 W's. Next up....his older brother Daniel with 16. Congrats on a great career Brett! #ECBuzz
Those of us at the Indianapolis Kings Baseball can't say enough about Virgil Aldridge at Lawrence Park Youth Sports. He gives of himself to the Lawrence community to make sure kids have sports programs like football and baseball. He has been gracious enough to let us use the baseball fields for practices and Jr. High games. We are thankful for him and people like him and wanted to give back to him and the Lawrence program. On March 9th, approximately 25 families from the Kings High School and Jr. High teams gave their time on Saturday morning to help with the field clean up. As a program we are blessed by the Lord in so many ways. From Mr. Aldrige to our players to our families that serve in their faith, we are thankful.