Rosters For Georgia Softball, Baseball All-Stars Announced

Games Slated For June 18 At Frost Stadium, McCallie School

Saturday, June 7, 2014 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

Tentative rosters for Team Georgia that will compete against Tennessee in the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Classic softball double-header and baseball game on June 18 have been announced.

The softball twin bill starts at 6 p.m. at Frost Stadium at Warner Park.

The baseball game at McCallie School will be preceded by a home run derby at 4 p.m. with game action starting at 6 p.m.

Both rosters, according to classic officials, are subject to change.

Georgia Softball All-Stars (as of June 7, subject to change)

Calhoun - Alyssa Shawgo
Chattooga - Krysta Adams
Coahulla Creek - Erin Harden
Dade County - Madison Gossett, Madison Lacey
Gordon Lee - Jordyn Hamill
Heritage - Katie Pritchett
LaFayette - Shelby Narmore
LFO - Cheyanne Burns
North Murray - Kara Deal
Northwest Whitfield - Ashley Conner, Bayli Cruse, Hannah Godfrey,
Mallory Souther, Colbie Thomas, Macy Weeks
Ridgeland - Shelby Epperson
Ringgold - Devan Brown, Chandlar Turner
Southeast Whitfield - Chaya Drury, Kara Headrick

Head Coach - Steve Chattin (Heritage)

Georgia Baseball All-Stars (as of June 7, subject to change)

Adairsville – Hunter Smith, Tristin Smith

Calhoun - Weston McArthur, Logan Walraven
Cass - Alex Yauslin
Cartersville - Brent Arnold, Clifron Dempsey, Garrett Rutledge
Christian Heritage - Nich Bartley, Jake Stokes
Dalton - Grant Sane
Gordon Lee - Zack Cobb
Heritage - Blake Hamilton, Seth Hickman, Ryan Parker
McEachern - Brent Alford, T.J. Clark
Northwest Whitfield - Diego Peralta
Ridgeland - Tucker Hill
Head Coach - Mike Dunfee (Gordon Lee)



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