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Scrappers announce rosters for 2014 High School Valley All-Star Classic on June 14th

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The Mahoning Valley Scrappers have announced the rosters for the second annual High School Valley All-Star Classic, presented by Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods and 21 WFMJ and WBCB, on Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 1:00 PM at Eastwood Field.

The High School Valley All-Star Classic will feature elite high school players from the Mahoning Valley. The rosters are divided between Mahoning and Trumbull county schools.

Tickets for the High School Valley All-Star Classic are on sale now and are $5 for General Admission Seats. They are available at the Eastwood Field Box Office or by calling 330-505-0000.


TRUMBULL COUNTY ROSTER

PLAYER

POSITION

Team

Bagaglia, Alex

Pitcher/Third Base

Mathews

Baugher, Brenden

Centerfield

Chalker

Byce, Nick

Catcher/Infielder

Liberty

Chase, Zach

Leftfield/Catcher

Girard

Diles, Chandler

Pitcher/First Base/Third Base

Warren JFK

Fitzgerald, Alex

Pitcher/Shortstop

Warren Harding

Forsythe, Jeremy

Pitcher/Outfield

Mathews

Gardner, Justin

Firstbase

Maplewood

Granziano, Jordan

Outfield

Girard

Greathouse, Alex

Outfield

Hubbard

Kuszmaul, Kurt

Centerfield

Howland

LeMasters, David

Pitcher/Shortstop

Lakeview

Leon, R.J.

Second Base/First Base/Outfield/Pitcher

Brookfield

Lopes, Justin

Outfield/Pitcher

Niles

Miekle, Jared

First Base

Badger

Nero, Patrick

Pitcher

Lakeview

Olbych, Evan

Second Base/Outfield

Lakeview

Schuller, Mike

Second Base

McDonald

Sprague, Blake

First Base/Third Base

LaBrae

Standohar, Jim

Second Base/Shortstop/Third Base/Outfield

Girard

Strohmeyer, Greg

Pitcher/Infielder

Mineral Ridge

Tate, James

First Base

Niles

Walton, Derek

Catcher

Newton Falls

Watson, Kyle

Shortstop

Howland

Wiebe, Aaron

Pitcher/Outfield

Bristol

Zigmont, Zach

Catcher

Champion

COACH


TEAM

Alejars, Aaron

Head Coach

Girard

Tedesco, Jim

Asst. Coach

Girard

Cubellis, Nolan

Asst. Coach

Girard

MAHONING COUNTY ROSTER

PLAYER

POSITION

Team

Allison, Nick

Pitcher

Western Reserve

Baun, Jake

Pitcher

Boardman

Beck, Drew

Third Base

Cardinal Mooney

Billinglsey, Jerry

Centerfield

McKinley

Carlozzi, Pat

Pitcher/First Base/Outfield

Poland Seminary

DeJesus, Sam

Catcher

Youngstown Christian

Diianni, Phil

Outfield

Boardman

Diloreto, Dan

Second Base/Shortstop/Pitcher

Struthers

Divincenzo, Gino

Second Base/Pitcher

Cardinal Mooney

Evanoff, Jake

Pitcher/First Base

West Branch

Felger, Dion

Pitcher/First Base

Ursuline

Firzpatrick, Jeremy

Shortstop/Second Base/Pitcher

Jackson Milton

Goodall, Bill

Centerfield

South Range

Greenwalt, Dylan

Second Base

West Branch

Hillyer, James

Pitcher/ Designated Hitter

Springfield

Kondle, Chase

Second Base/Outfield

Poland Seminary

Lebenich, Joe

Catcher

Campbell

Leone, Jimmy

Pitcher/Outfield/Third Base

Canfield

Macinga, Dan

First Base/Pitcher

South Range

Micco, Nick

Catcher

Lowellville

Miller, Zach

Third Base

Austintown Fitch

Montalbano, Michael

Outfield

Ursuline

Muntean, Gary

Infield/Pitcher

Struthers

Pierce, Scott

Shortstop/Pitcher

Austintown Fitch

Pilolli, Edmund

Shortstop/Pitcher

Canfield

Rudzik, Kolton

Outfield/Pitcher

Struthers

Socha, Phil

First Base

Austintown Fitch

Thorpe, Zach

Shortstop

South Range

COACH


TEAM

Franceschelli, Al

Head Coach

Cardinal Mooney

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