Region 5 coached by Jake Smith(Randleman HS) wins Powerade State Games Baseball Gold Medal:4-1 Final, as Triad Team Takes the Gold

WHAT:32nd Annual Powerade State Games of North Carolina High School Baseball All-Star Event

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

Region 3 includes high schools from the following counties: Wake, Durham, Orange, Johnston, Franklin, Vance, Warren, Granville, Person.

Region 6 includes high schools from the following counties: Mecklenburg, Union, Anson, Stanly, Cabarrus, Rowan, Gaston, Lincoln, Cleveland.

WHEN: June 13-16, 2018

WHERE: UNC Greensboro

Region 5 Baseball Coaches: Jake Smith (Randleman), Brad Bullard (West Forsyth), Clark Ersking (McMichael), Andy Harper (High Point Central)
Region 3 Baseball Coaches: Pete Shankle (Voyager Academy), Adam Weaver (Corinth Holders), Kyle Boyette (Person), Zach Boraski (Fuquay-Varina)
Region 6 Baseball Coaches: David Houseton (Covenant Day), Clinton Koppe (E. Mecklenberg), Philip Russ (Bessemer City), Michael Causey (Southlake Christian)

Region 5 (Host Region) beat Region 3 on Sunday afternoon at UNC Greensboro by a score of 4-1. Region 5 takes home the Gold Medal and Region 3 is awarded the Silver Medal. In the Bronze Meal Game, Region 6 defeated defending champion, Region 2, by the score of 6-5.


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