Twinsburg Tigers' 14-and-younger baseball team wins open division title in Jefferson

Staff Writer
Kent Weeklies
The age 14-and-younger Twinsburg Tigers travel baseball team won the open division of the Nations Baseball Ohio State Championships, which took place June 18 to 21 at Havens Baseball Complex in Jefferson. The Tigers earned a 10-2 victory over the Warren County Warthogs of Cincinnati in the championship game. This group of players reached the championship game of the Nations Baseball Ohio State Championshipsfor the third time. They also advanced in the age 10-and-younger and 13-and-younger divisions. Pictured are, front row, from left: A.J. Taneja, Nick Swerbinsky, Logan Miller and Jaden Dye; middle row: Matthew Sekerak, Stan Musbach, Kris Kimmel, Dawson Williams, Logan Mills, Luke Reasor, Kyke Keener and Logan Doskocil; and back row: assistant coach Ed Musbach, head coach Rich Swerbinsky and assistant coaches Tony Dye and Ryan Mills.

The age 14-and-younger Twinsburg Tigers travel baseball team won the open division of the Nations Baseball Ohio State Championships, which took place June 18 to 21 at Havens Baseball Complex in Jefferson.

The Tigers earned a 10-2 victory over the Warren County Warthogs of Cincinnati in the championship game. This group of players reached the championship game of the Nations Baseball Ohio State Championshipsfor the third time. They also advanced in the age 10-and-younger and 13-and-younger divisions.

Team members are A.J. Taneja, Nick Swerbinsky, Logan Miller, Jaden Dye, Matthew Sekerak, Stan Musbach, Kris Kimmel, Dawson Williams, Logan Mills, Luke Reasor, Kyke Keener and Logan Doskocil.

Rich Swerbinsky is the team’s head coach. His assistants are Ed Musbach and Tony Dye and Ryan Mills.