North Carolina Baseball Academy announces Guilford County Player of the Year Award

Posted by Andy Durham on April 27, 2010 at 2:44 pm under High School | 3 Comments to Read

North Carolina Baseball Academy Announces Guilford County Player of the Year Award

Greensboro, NC — The North Carolina Baseball Academy (NCBA) is proud to open
nominations for the NCBA Guilford County High School Player of the Year Award
sponsored by Easton Sports.

The award is open to all juniors and seniors currently competing in a Guilford County high
school during the 2009-10 school year. The NCBA Guilford County Player of the Year
award will be given to the player that exhibits academic strength, strong baseball
accomplishments and good sportsmanship. Candidates for the award can only be nominated by a current Guilford County high school head coach.
*****(If you were one of the coaches, who would you nominate?????)*****

“We are very excited to partner with Easton to recognize outstanding baseball players here in Guilford County,” Scott Bankhead, owner of the North Carolina Baseball Academy said. “The Triad has produced a very deep talent pool of baseball players. There is a very high standard of excellence within our high school ranks and we’re pleased to be able to recognize that excellence.”

A first year award, the 2010 NCBA Guilford County Player of the Year will receive a
$500 scholarship toward their education and an equipment gift from Easton Sports based
on the player’s position.

Deadline for nominations is 6 pm June 1, 2010.

For additional information on the NCBA Guilford County Player of the Year, contact
Scott Bankhead or visit www.ncbaseball.com.

CONTACT:
Scott Bankhead, Owner, North Carolina Baseball Academy
336.931.1118
scott@ncbaseball.com


  • mike c said,

    Great idea from a man who cares about the kids and gives back to the game and te community. Nice move by NCBA. Maybe others will follow his lead.

    I was amazed when i toured his place and met Scott. They never had facilities like this up north when i was training.

  • RDH said,

    What about private schools?

  • Andy said,

    From what I hear, not this year, maybe next…..