Moultrie Observer

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June 13, 2012

12-and-unders, 10-and-unders set for District

MOULTRIE —  Colquitt County will have two teams in both the 10-and-under and 12-and-under Georgia Recreation and Parks Association’s District III tournaments that will be held in Moultrie next week.

Those District tournaments, and the 8-and-under boys pitching machine tournament, will begin on Saturday, June 23, at the Magnolia Sports Complex.

The championship games in both tournaments are scheduled for Monday, June 25.

Only the District III champion will advance to the 12-and-under state tournament, which will be held July 10-14 in Calhoun.

The 12-and-under District tournament includes four teams.

One of the Colquitt County teams will face Crisp County at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 23.

The other Colquitt County team will play Mitchell County at 10:30 a.m.

James Horne will coach the Colquitt County 12-and-under Gold team.

His roster includes Jared Horne, Tanner Wilson, Cory Newsome, Raines Plant, Tucker Hathcock, Tucker Buckner, Ethan Phillips, Lane Webb, Gavin Patel, Dylan Dalton and Carson Johnston.

Randy Knight is coaching the Colquitt County Black team.

The roster includes Scott Knight, Mark Crosby, Carson Asbell, Cameron Singletary, Henry Daniels, Ian Caulder, Alex Bledsoe, Reese Bledsoe, Seth Gay, Max Figueroa, Turner Sircy, Jaycee Harden and Reid Pipkin.

The 10-and-under tournament features five teams.

One of the Colquitt County teams will face Mitchell County at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 23.

The other Colquitt County team will face Thomasville at 10:20 a.m.

The Colquitt County-Mitchell County winner will play Bainbridge at 1 p.m.

The championship game is scheduled for 6:50 p.m. on Monday, June 25.

The Colquitt County Gold A team, coached by Michael Boatwright, includes Drew Dalton, Carter Boatwright, Lucas Tostenson, John Melvin Herndon, Owen Fleury, Kason Davis, Chance Sealey, J.T. Whatley, Callon Kubiak, Eason Roberts, Jacob Walden, Gabe Horne and Noah Mercer.

Don Price’s Colquitt County B team includes, Wes Davis, Dawson Branch, Chance Caulder, Jacob Bell, John Rodriguez, Tajh Sanders, Jackson Avera, Devin Watson, Jamad Willis, Jeb Johnson, Tucker Pitts and Nate Creech.

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