Marshall County Babe Ruth League Awards

Friday, June 29, 2018
The Marshall County 15 year-old all-stars open up district tournament play tonight in Pulaski at 8 p.m. versus host Giles County. Marshall County hosts the state tournament beginning next Friday night at the Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Memorial Field in Lewisburg. Front row from left are, Connor McVey, Bray Calahan, Kyrklinn Wunderlin, Caleb Grooms, Javarria Rucker, and Bryson Whaley. Back row from left are manager Mike Mills, Logan Courtemanche, coach Ken Demastus, Luke Terry, Ethan Hollis, Carson Cheek, Zack Graves, Logan McKnight, Kel Greer, and coach Nathan Carey. Not pictured: J.W. Beasley.
Tribune photos by Anthony S. Puca

Marshall Medical Center finished in first place in the Babe Ruth League final standings with a 9-1 record.
The Elks finished in second place with a 5-5 record.
The 2018 Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Award winner Garrett Mead poses with Marshall County Babe Ruth League president Ken Demastus.
Last yearís 15 year-old all-stars were honored with a plaque that will go on the Wall of Fame at the Jonathan D. Hollingsworth Memorial Fieldhouse. Front row from left are Spence Oliver, equipment manager Rick Kennedy, and Matthew Fuller. Back row from left are manager Mike Mills, Walker Whaley, Colton Barber, Austin Grubbs, Preston Shelton, and Zack Graves.
Zack Graves (left) won the 15 year-old MVP and Ethan Hollis was MVP for the 14 year-olds. Not Pictured: 13 year-old MVP James Hery (Nichirin).
15 year-old Batting Award winners from left are, third place Logan McKnight (.409) and first place Zack Graves (.600). Not Pictured: Second place J.W. Beasley (.412).
14 year-old Batting Award winners from left are, Ethan Spivey (.381), Carson Cheek (.353), and Ethan Hollis (.333).
Micah Riddle was second in the 13 year-old Batting Award with a .211 average. Not Pictured: First place James Hery (.235) and third place Daniel Sellars (.192).
The Fielding Award winners from left are, Caleb Grooms (14ís-.1000), Kel Greer (15ís-.918), and Micah Riddle (13ís-.964).
The Pitching Award winners from left are, Logan Courtemanche (15ís-0.00 ERA) and Ashton Grubbs (13ís-0.00 ERA). Not Pictured: Blake Moreland (14ís-2.21 ERA).
Mid-Season Tournament Battle of the Bats winners was Marshall Medical Center.
Mid-Season Tournament Battle of the Bats second place was A-Plus.
Mid-Season Tournament home run Derby winners from left are, Kyrklinn Wunderlin and Kel Greer. Not Pictured: Daniel Sellars.