Area all-stars preparing for college baseball and softball
Skyview baseball standout Alec Chaney recently announced his signing with Lewis-Clark State in Lewiston, Idaho.
That got me thinking about the many, many baseball players who are planning to play ball in college.
Our region also has plenty of softball players who are college-ready.
The Columbian tries to list all athletes who move on to college athletes, either in print or on the blog. On Wednesday, I went to the local all-star games to track down the players and list their colleges.
At Propstra Stadium, the 37th Southwest Washington Senior All-Star Game doubleheader was played Wednesday. At the same time, the Senior All-Star Challenge Southwest Washington Series softball doubleheader was held across the way at Clark College.
Here is the list of players who expect to be playing ball in college. Hopefully we have already reported on the college-bound athletes who did not compete in Wednesday’s games. If we missed somebody, e-mail us at email@example.com.
Tyler Armstrong, Prairie, undecided but likely to play baseball somewhere
Jay Becker, Columbia River (via King’s Way), Yakima Valley CC
Brady Benson, Columbia River, Shoreline CC
James Brooks, Skyview, Tacoma CC
Alec Chaney, Skyview, Lewis-Clark State College.
Blake Christopher, Camas, George Fox University
Dakody Clemmer, Mountain View, Central Arizona College
Jordy Freese, Skyview, undecided but likely to play baseball somewhere
Connor Fulton, La Center, Centralia College
Austin Greene, Skyview, Central Washington University
Andrew Haley, Columbia River, Mount Hood CC
Brooks Hanson, Skyview, Bellevue College
Jake Hawken, Union, University of Portland
Bryce Hendy, Heritage, Oregon Institute of Technology
Justin Hughes, Prairie, Lower Columbia College
Hayden Humphrey, Battle Ground, undecided but likely to play baseball somewhere
Chris Lane, Battle Ground, Columbia Basin College
Nick Martin, Ridgefield, Shoreline CC
Kaiden Mings-Grotte, Battle Ground, George Fox University
Curtis Perrin, Skyview, Seattle University
Seth Rayburn, Columbia River, Mount Hood CC
Alex Torson, Mountain View, Lower Columbia College
Brian Valentine, Skyview, Yakima Valley CC
Matt Vick, Prairie, Pacific Lutheran University
Adam Walker, Skyview, Clark College
Joel Worden, Hockinson, Lower Columbia College
Mavericq Yamaguchi, Skyview, Mendocino College in Ukiah, Calif. (for football)
Jessica Alcomendas, Mountain View, Pacific Lutheran University
Madison Barr, Battle Ground, Lower Columbia College
Kayla Bergerson, Prairie, Mount Hood CC
Michelle Brincefield, Skyview, New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, N.M.
Brooke Croeni, Washougal, plans to walk on at Western Washington
Emily Dobbin, Skyview, Kent State University
Ashley Edwards, Heritage, hopes to play for Clark
Bailey Gaspar, Mountain View, AIB College of Business, Des Moines, Iowa
Maggie Harshaw, Columbia River, Lower Columbia College
Delaney Kelly, Battle Ground, Lower Columbia College
Holly Kersanty, Prairie, hopes to play for Clark
Brittany Langdon, Battle Ground, Clark College
Megan LeVang, Toutle Lake, Centralia College
Megan Livezey, Kelso, Lower Columbia College
Katelyn Lukes, Mountain View, Clark College
Nicole O’Haver, Prairie, University of Mary in Bismarck, N.D.
Lena Richards, Camas, University of Akron
Samantha Workman, Prairie, hopes to play for Clark