Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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June 16, 2013

ALL-AREA BASEBALL: Salow, Prater are back-to-back Jacks

Davis shares in coaching honor

(Continued)

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2013 All-Area Baseball Team

Player (School)    Grade

Jacob Barnwell (Boyd County)    So.

Zach Bartley (Morgan County)    Sr.

Seth Boyle (Greenup County)    Sr.

Aaron Elam (Ashland)    Jr.

Brett Fawns (Fleming County)    Jr.

Justin Graham (Rowan County)    Jr.

Sammy Holder (Lewis County)    Jr.

Zach Hutchinson (Greenup County)    Sr.

Juwan Mayes (Johnson Central)    Jr.

Matt Miller (Paintsville)    Fr.

Cade O’Bryan (Ashland)    Sr.

J.D. Pridemore (Russell)    Sr.

Clark Rice (Lawrence County)    Sr.

Logan Salow (Ashland)    Sr.

Zayne Sammons (Raceland)    Sr.

Robbie Shivel (Boyd County)    Sr.

Conner Staton (East Carter)    Sr.

Nick Thompson (Lewis County)    Sr.

Cable Wright (Bath County)    Sr.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Logan Salow (Ashland)

CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR

Jason Davis (Rowan County)

Keith Prater (Lewis County)

HONORABLE MENTION

ASHLAND — Cameron Fritz, Evan Yongue. BATH COUNTY — Brandon Fryman, South Whitt. BOYD COUNTY — Dylan Grimm, Billy McCoy. EAST CARTER — Austin Floyd, Jesse James. FAIRVIEW — Brandon McDaniel. GREENUP COUNTY — Will McCall. JOHNSON CENTRAL — Seth Blanton, Garrett LeMaster, Jimmy Preston, Bo Robbins. LAWRENCE COUNTY — Brandon Stevens. LEWIS COUNTY — Cory Christy, Levi Clark, Jordan Davis. MORGAN COUNTY — Ryan Hanson. ROWAN COUNTY — Harold Chapman, Jordan Cornett, Camron Planck. RUSSELL — Heath Hensley, Tate Trimble. WEST CARTER — Peyton Brown, Ben Jordan, Tanner Tackett.

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