Stow Bulldogs' 12-and-younger baseball team wins title in Canton

Staff Writer
Kent Weeklies
The Stow Bulldogs age-12-and-younger baseball team won the North Coast Community Classic, which took place Saturday and Sunday at Diamond Park in Canton. The Bulldogs finished 1-1 in pool play to enter the tournament as the second seed. They defeated the Babe Stearns Scrappers (Canton) 11-2 and then avenged an earlier loss by defeating the Eagles of Holy Hills (Canton). Stow won the title with a 16-6 victory over Caps Baseball (Cleveland) in the championship game. Pictured are, front row, from left: Gavin Davis, Dylan Byerly, Gino Petrey, DJ Parton, Carson Vargo, Jake Harrington and Mason Stewart; and back row: Spencer Kavalecz, Adam Jolly, Evan Barker and AJ Skinner. Not pictured are head coach JR Stewart and assistant coaches Paul Byerly, Marty Harrington, Sam Petrey and Mike Burrows.

The Stow Bulldogs age-12-and-younger baseball team won the North Coast Community Classic, which took place Saturday and Sunday at Diamond Park in Canton.

The Bulldogs finished 1-1 in pool play to enter the tournament as the second seed. They defeated the Babe Stearns Scrappers (Canton) 11-2 and then avenged an earlier loss by defeating the Eagles of Holy Hills (Canton).

Stow won the title with a 16-6 victory over Caps Baseball (Cleveland) in the championship game.

Team members are Gavin Davis, Dylan Byerly, Gino Petrey, DJ Parton, Carson Vargo, Jake Harrington, Mason Stewart, Spencer Kavalecz, Adam Jolly, Evan Barker and AJ Skinner.

The head coach is JR Stewart. His assistants are Paul Byerly, Marty Harrington, Sam Petrey and Mike Burrows.