14 local athletes on PAC baseball all-conference teamsJune 20, 2019
From Herald Staff Reports
It was a good year for the Pocket Athletic Conference’s baseball teams. Southridge made it to the Class 2A state championship game, Tecumseh made it all the way to semistate and North Posey was a sectional champion.
It was also a good season for several local athletes in the PAC. 14 total athletes from Southridge, Forest Park and Heritage Hills were represented on the PAC’s All-Conference and Honorable Mention rosters.
Local all-conference selections were Southridge catcher Chase Taylor, Heritage Hills pitcher Simon Scherry, Southridge outfielder Tucker Schank, Southridge infielder Colson Montgomery, Southridge infielder Camden Gasser, Forest Park infielder Drew Howard, Forest Park utilityman Gavin Knust and Southridge utility athlete Ethan Bell.
Honorable mention selections from the area were Heritage Hills catcher Ben Gordon, Forest Park outfielder Garret Berg, Heritage Hills outfielder Noah Chesnut, Heritage Hills outfielder Cayden Kratzer, Heritage Hills utilityman Grahm Turner and Heritage Hills utility athlete Cole Neighbors.
Other all-conference selections were Tecumseh catcher Dustin DuPont, North Posey pitcher Shane Harris, Tecumseh outfielder Steven Molinet, Gibson Southern outfielder Cody Hupp, North Posey infielder Kyle Lavanchy and Tecumseh utilityman Spencer Buse.
Also selected to the honorable mention roster was Pike Central catcher Brennon Benton, South Spencer catcher Jackson Raaf, North Posey infielder Camden Bender, Pike Central infielder Joey Church, Pike Central utility player Braxton Rice, North Posey utilityman Reid Smith and Tell City utility athlete Hunter Beckort.
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