The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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May 27, 2013

Banner weekend for Park in Upper Deck League

BECKLEY — Players on the Park Middle School baseball team await teammate Michael Maiolo after he hit a two-run home run in the Upper Deck Middle School Baseball League varsity championship game against Summersville Sunday at Beckley’s Linda K. Epling Stadium. Maiolo’s homer ultimately provided the difference in the Roadrunners’ 7-5 victory. The win came one day after Park also won the JV championship.

All-Conference

First Base

1, Bradley Pack, Park; 2, Jacob Grose, Summersville

Second Base

1, Seth Brown, Eastern Greenbrier; 2, Jordan Dempsey, Fayetteville

Third Base

1, Joel Scarbro, Shady Spring; 2, Cody Green, Independence

Shortstop

1, Wil Mullins, Greater Beckley Christian; 2, Jimmy Pritt, Summersville

Catcher

1, Blake Colley, Eastern Greenbrier; 2, C.J. Shrewsbury, Summers County

Outfield

1 — Nathaniel Byers, Eastern Greenbrier; Meeko Harris, Park; Nick Nutter, Summersville; 2 — Isaac Sergeon, Summersville; Ellis Lilly, Park; Markus Guy, Independence

Utility

1, Daylon Colley, Eastern Greenbrier; 2, Nick Kostenko, Independence

Hitter of the Year: Tate Mayes, Summersville

Most Valuable Player: Daylon Colley, Eastern Greenbrier

All-Conference Pitchers

First Team

Michael Maiolo, Park; Austin Wood, Shady Spring; Tate Mayes, Summersville

Second Team

Joey Powell, Eastern Greenbrier; Brandon Williams, Park; Keith Sexton, Shady Spring

Pitcher of the Year: Michael Maiolo, Park

Varsity Coach of the Year: Tony Mayes, Summersville

JV Coach of the Year: Stan Fansler, Park

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