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Sports : Two Milan Wildcats named First-Team All Tri-Rivers Conference
Posted by Tom on 2012/5/25 7:43:53 (550 reads) News by the same author

The Tri-Rivers Conference has announced first and second team selections for the 2012 spring baseball season. Two Milan Wildcats, in senior Cooper Bankus and sophomore Aaron Richardson, were named to the first team.

Others on the FIRST TEAM include Co-MVP's Jordon Wheeler of Schuyler County and Ben Shannan of Scotland County, along with Drew Miller, Harley Stone, and Andrew Mathes of Scotland County; and Daniel Howe, Tad Anderson, and Dalton Shively of Schuyler County.

Second team selections include Milan sophomore Ryan Keuhn and junior Marcus Shipley; Putnam County senior Josh Dodsworth; Scotland County's Cordie Kigar; Knox County's Donovan Edwards, Will Minear, and Colton Danger; Schuyler County's Christian Henderson; and North Shelby's Lucas Daniel and John Stoneburner.

The Tri-Rivers Conference Coach of the Year is Steve Stock of Schuyler County.

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