Parks and Recreation announce Dixie Boys All-Stars rosters
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, May 31, 2005
The 13- and 14-year-old Dixie Boys league closed out the season last week with the announcement of the All-Star teams for each age group.
The all-stars will represent the city of Greenville in either sub-district or district play.
The Indians won the league with an 11-3 record. Their 13-year-old most valuable player was Daniel Nolan and the 14-year-old MVP of the team was Deven Cheatham.
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Cooper Lewis and Adam Braden were awarded the Sportsmanship awards in both age groups.
The Red Sox finished second in the league with a 9-6 record. Dustin Till was named the 13-year-old MVP, while Brantley McKeown was the 14-year-old MVP.
Shanks Simmons and Gregory Copley were tabbed with the Sportsmanship awards.
The A's finished third in the Dixie Boys league with a 6-8 record. They were led by 13-year-old MVP Stuart Moody and 14-year-old Jeffrey Stead.
Hunter Harrell and Zack Bell were the Sportsmanship award winners.
The White Sox managed just three wins this season and were led by 13-year-old MVP Luke Hutcheson and 14-year-old MVP Paul Whigham.
The Sportsmanship award winners from each age group were Dustin Shell and Caleb Glass.
The 13-year-old Greenville Dixie Boys will begin all-star play July 8 in Troy in the district tournament.
The 14-year-old all-stars will begin play in the sub-district tournament in Luverne on June 24. Greenville will face teams from Highland Home and Luverne for a chance to play in the district tournament in Troy.