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News Story
Updated: 04/25/2013 08:00:11AM

Senior Night

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PHOTO BY MIKE CREECH

Dianne and Mike Starling with their son, pitcher and infielder Joey Starling. He was batting .421 entering into the Senior Night game on Tuesday. He is a member of the National Honor Society and will attend Stanford University.

PHOTO BY MIKE CREECH

Marquise Davis was accompanied by his grandmother Virginia Manghram on Senior Night. A transfer from Winter Haven, he plans to study in college to become a physical therapist.

PHOTO BY MIKE CREECH

NJ Williamson played four years on the varsity team and has had 60 hits over the last two years. The shortstop starter will play college baseball next year.

PHOTO BY MIKE CREECH

Stephen Cassick has been a varsity player the last two years and had a 4-0 record this year as a pitcher. Cassick plans to attend Tallahassee Community College and plans to become an orthopedic surgeon.

PHOTO BY MIKE CREECH

April McGill on the right and his grandmother stand with outfielder Rashon Denegall at Senior Night. Denegall plans to study criminal justice in college.

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Jared Schley stand with his parents Laurie and Curt at Senior Night. He has caught more than 45 games for the Yellow Jackets over the last two years. He plans to play baseball in college as he pursues a degree iin business management.

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Yellow Tigers pitcher Chad Mark is flanked by his parents Monique and Mark. He started nine games this year and has an ERA of 2.10. Chad plans to attend Three Rivers Community College on a baseball scholarships where he plans to pursue a degree in business management.

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Rico Mathis is the son of Rico and Rae Mathis. This was his first year playing baseball and has played football for the Yellow Jackets. He plans to one day become a game warden.

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Pamala and Larry Moore took their son, Michael Moore to the field on Senior Night. Though it was his first year on the varsity team, he has played baseball since he was 4. Next year Michael plans to attend Polk State College to study athletic training or sports management.

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