Powerade State Games High School Baseball Coaches Announced:Holmes, Knapp, Welch, Meadows from our Region 5

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Powerade State Games High School Baseball Coaches Announced
Registration is open and tryouts are scheduled to begin

DURHAM, North Carolina, March 5, 2014 – The Powerade State Games High School Baseball Showcase will take place June 18-22 at UNC Charlotte, BB&T Ballpark (new Charlotte Knights Stadium) and Hopewell High School. The High School Baseball Showcase pits the best 20 underclassmen players from eight North Carolina regions against each other to battle it out in front of over 80 college and professional scouts for the gold, silver and bronze medals.

The coaches have been selected for each regional team and are listed below with their high school in parentheses and the head coach listed first:
Region 1 – Ryan Meadows (N. Pitt), Jason Mills (DH Conley), Ryan Whitney (Washington), Corey Skinner (Ayden-Grifton)
Region 2 – Jackson Massey (Southern Wayne), Richard Foy (New Hanover), Cal Parker (Wallace-Rose Hill), Jason Wade (Parrott Academy)
Region 3 –Greg Clifton (Faith Christian), Jon Smith (Hunt), Pete Tuck (Roxboro Community), Leonard Allen (Northern Nash)
Region 4 – Chad Hill (Union Pines), Joey Miriello (Triton), Scott Ellis (South View), Christopher Dague (Jack Britt)
Region 5 – Reid Holmes (SW Guilford), Jason Knapp (Williams), Doug Welch (RJ Reynolds), Mike Meadows (N. Davidson)
Region 6 – Jimmy Cochran (Hough), Jonathan Tuscan (S. Mecklenburg), David Houseton (Covenant Day), Clinton Koppe (E. Mecklenburg)
Region 7 – Robert Little (Lake Norman), Terry Johnson (Wilkes Central), Denny Key (Forbush), Matt Scott (Surry Central)
Region 8 – Harold Shepard (Pisgah), Billy Shepherd (Asheville Academy), Bradley Littrell (Smoky Mountain), Ronald Tipton (Madison)

Only high school underclassmen (2015-17 graduates) are eligible to participate. To register, view regional maps, view tryout dates & locations, or for other general information on the High School Baseball Showcase, please visit www.poweradestategames.org.

The Powerade State Games of North Carolina is gearing up for another year of exciting competition in the Charlotte region. The 28th annual Powerade State Games begin on May 31st and conclude on June 29th and covers the entirety of Mecklenburg County and beyond, with competitions taking place in Mooresville, Huntersville, Cornelius, Cramerton, Charlotte, Indian Trail, Pineville, Concord and Matthews. Registration is now open for all sports. Athletes can visit www.poweradestategames.org to register for each event.

The 2014 Opening Ceremonies will be held June 20 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord. The Opening Ceremonies feature a commemorative gift for participating athletes, inflatables, games, music, a parade of athletes and a lighting of the cauldron to announce the official start to the 2014 Powerade State Games of North Carolina.

The 2014 Powerade State Games of North Carolina corporate partners include: Powerade, BB&T, Harris Teeter, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Snyder’s-Lance, Visit Charlotte, Mooresville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Visit Lake Norman, Charlotte Sports Commission, Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Visit NC, Capitol Broadcasting Company, Dicks’s Sporting Goods, Bojangle’s, Systel Office Automation, Enterprise and York Properties. It is not too late to be part of this year’s Powerade State Games; to become a sponsor contact North Carolina Amateur Sports at 919-361-1133 ext. 233.

North Carolina Amateur Sports (NCAS) is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that annually hosts the Powerade State Games of North Carolina and Cycle North Carolina. NCAS is dedicated to the promotion of health, physical fitness and the Olympic Movement in North Carolina. For more information on NCAS and its events, please visit www.ncsports.org.


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