Powerade State Games of North Carolina Baseball Results:Coach Kimrey(NG), Coach Smith(Randleman), Coach Bullard(WF), Coach Erskine(MAC) lead Region 5

Region 2 Takes Home Gold in Powerade State Games High School Baseball!
Region 5 and Region 8 Also Receive Medals

Region 2 beat the host team, Region 5 on Sunday afternoon at UNC Greensboro in the Gold Medal Game. Region 2 won 9-3 to claim the Gold Medal. Region 5 takes home the Silver and Region 8 beat Region 1 for the Bronze Medal by a score of 4-2.

Region 5 Baseball Coaches: Landon Kimrey (N. Guilford), Jake Smith (Randleman), Brad Bullard (W. Forsyth), Clark Erskine (McMichael)

Region 5 includes high schools from the following counties: Stokes, Rockingham, Caswell, Forsyth, Guilford, Alamance, Davidson, Randolph, Chatham.

WHAT: 31st Annual Powerade State Games of North Carolina High School Baseball All-Star Event

WHO: Region 2 includes high schools from the following counties: Sampson, Wayne, Greene, Lenoir, Craven, Jones, Pamlico, Duplin, Onslow, Pender, New Hanover, Brunswick, Carteret.

Region 8 includes high schools from the following counties: Cherokee, Graham, Clay, Macon, Swain, Jackson, Transylvania, Haywood, Madison, Buncombe, Henderson, Yancey, Mitchell, McDowell, Rutherford, Polk.

WHEN: June 14-18, 2017

WHERE: UNC Greensboro

Region 2 Baseball Coaches: Robby Lasater (W. Carteret), Jackson Massey (N. Lenoir), TJ Spivey (W. Brunswick), Aaron Rimer (Topsail)
Region 8 Baseball Coaches: Tony Wall (Chase), Bill Hillier (Asheville), Brandon Ball (W. Henderson), Chris Lambert (Brevard)

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