All-Etowah County baseball team announced


Southside High senior Brock Love and Hokes Bluff senior Chase Beggs were recently named co-Most Valuable Players of the 2015 All-Etowah County Schools baseball team.

Joining Love from the county tournament champion Panthers were seniors Hunter Clough, Landon Cunningham and Lakota Leek and sophomore Tanner Snow. 

Joining Beggs from the county runner-up Eagles were juniors Austin Willbanks and Kaden Moore and sophomore Wyatt Watson. 

Selected from Gaston were seniors Gabe Crain and sophomore Alexander Allen and freshman Sawyer Bryson. 

Named from Glencoe were senior Andrew Willis and juniors Dalton Roberts, Will Parker and Pace Ozmint. 

Sardis selections were seniors Jesse Hubbard, Ross Strickland and John Holland. 

From West End were seniors Tyler Moody and Rhett Lister and junior Hunter Grant. 

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