WCH Little League announces All-stars

By Chris Hoppes - choppes@aimmediamidwest.com

The Washington C.H. Little League is pleased to announce the rosters for the 2019 District 8 All-star teams.

Once again this year, there will be three All-star teams representing the WCH Little League.

The 10-under team is one of six that will compete for the District 8 championship. Games will be played in Eaton beginning with Washington C.H. taking on Moraine Monday, July 15.

The roster for the 10-under team: Liam Alsop, Kenton Berry, Dakota Brown, James Bunch, Hayden Cornell, Carter Davidson, Corbin Evans, Jacob Hays, Matthew Jones, Quinton Marine, Kolton Pennington, Samuel Pfeifer and Kiontae Tyree.

Coaches for the 10-under team are Matt Pfeifer, Ken Berry, Todd Cornell and B.J. Marine.

Washington C.H. will field one of four teams in the 11-under District 8 tournament. Those games will be played at the local little league field on Lewis Street beginning Friday, July 19.

The roster for the 11-under team: Aden Osborne, Cooper Robertson, Austin Brown, Cam Morton, Luke Armstrong, Kaden Bryant, Noah Haithcock, Cooper Enochs, Lucas King, Jameson Hyer, Javin Baker, Kyler Vernier and Andrew Young.

The 11-under team is coached by Aaron Robertson, Steve Haithcock, Jeremy Hyer, Todd Brown and Josh Morton.

There are a total of five teams in District 8 fielding a 12-under All-star team this season.

Games will be played in Fairborn beginning with Washington C.H. taking on West Carrollton on Monday, July 8 at 6 p.m.

The roster for the 12-under team is: Gavin Coffman, Lafe Coleman, Bryson Heath, Jakob Hoosier, Brysin Humphrey, Xavier Lawhorn, Frank Maddux, Cody Moore, Trey Robinette, Alex Robinson, Mason Mullins, Keenan Moore, Logan Clevenger and Brendan Peters.

The 12-under team is coached by Nate Robinette, Allen Hoosier, Jordan Baker and Drew Maddux.

The 2019 regular season Major Division champion team is Mustangers.

Elks won the Minor Division title for 2019.

The All-stars will be feted at a luncheon at the Crown Room on Tuesday, July 9.

By Chris Hoppes