Williamsburg High School Baseball To Visit Space Coast

By  //  March 24, 2013

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WILLIAMSBURG HIGH SCHOOL YELLOW JACKETS


Players: Jon Teague, Micah Purdie, Logan Hamblin, Chris Sawyers, Ryan Bowlin, Aaron Powers, Leon Veach, Jordan Irvin, Michael Dylan Rose-Creekmore, Austin Dople, Dalton Peace, Tanner Rains, Alex Patterson, Jordan Osborne, Noah Purdie, Jacob Curnutt, Justin Solis, Dakotah Dunn, Ethan Wilson

THE SPACE COAST, USA – The Williamsburg High School Yellow Jackets baseball team of Williamsburg, Kentucky will enjoy the great weather and amenities on the Space Coast during their upcoming week-long stay for Spring Training 2013.

Giles Malone

Over the next six weeks, Brevard Productions, East Central Florida’s premier sports management and special events company, will bring in to Brevard,  more than 4,000 college and high school athletes from all over the U.S. who will be staying for up to a week as part of Brevard Production’s Spring Training – pumping millions of dollars into the local economy.

“Williamsburg High School has a great tradition and we are proud that the Yellow Jackets players, coaches and family members will join us here this spring.

The group will have a lot of people enjoying the great weather and amenities on the Space Coast,” said Director Giles Malone.

Mavericks Sports Grill & Bar is the home of the Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame.

Mavericks Sports Grill & Bar is the home of the Space CoastSports Hall of Fame.

While they are here, the Yellow Jackets will be thanked and honored for patronizing the Space Coast during a special dinner at Mavericks Sports Grill & Bar on Merritt Island.

“From the beautiful baseball parks, to the welcoming hospitality of our hotels and restaurants, Williamsburg’s players, coaches and parents are sure to have a memorable spring training.”

Williamsburg High School est. 1909.

The Williamsburg Independent School District and Williamsburg City Schools was formed in 1909.

The school setting is unique with one building that house grades K-12.

Presently, the district enrollment is over 800 students (grades PK-12).

The school is fully accredited by the Kentucky Department of Education and has had accreditation, in some form, with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools since 1927.

Williamsburg High School has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a bronze medal recipient for Top American Public High Schools during the 2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10 school years.

Williamsburg High School Yellow Jackets are coached by John Mountjoy, Todd Campbell, John Fink, Brian Hopkins, John Steely, Darryl Hendrix and Pat Ballew.

Players:  Jon Teague, Micah Purdie, Logan Hamblin, Chris Sawyers, Ryan Bowlin, Aaron Powers, Leon Veach, Jordan Irvin, Michael Dylan Rose-Creekmore, Austin Dople, Dalton Peace, Tanner Rains, Alex Patterson, Jordan Osborne, Noah Purdie, Jacob Curnutt, Justin Solis, Dakotah Dunn, Ethan Wilson


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