Who are KY Regional POYs?

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    Who are KY Regional POYs?

    Have seen some of the POYs named on here and know the First Region honorees. Anyone have a list of who is POY in each region, and the seniors going to East-West Baseball Game on June 21 in Lexington? I believe each region gets two players.

    According to Joey Fosko's Paducah Sun blog the Region 1 POY was Casey Brockman from Calloway Co. (.564, 21 extra base hits in 91 hits). Tyler Johnson from Marshall Co. was runner-up. They will both be playing in Lexington.

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    13th - Ryan Woody (catcher for South Laurel)

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    Region 11 - Schoernick (spelling?) (Catcher from Lexington Catholic).

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondog View Post
    Have seen some of the POYs named on here and know the First Region honorees. Anyone have a list of who is POY in each region, and the seniors going to East-West Baseball Game on June 21 in Lexington? I believe each region gets two players.

    According to Joey Fosko's Paducah Sun blog the Region 1 POY was Casey Brockman from Calloway Co. (.564, 21 extra base hits in 91 hits). Tyler Johnson from Marshall Co. was runner-up. They will both be playing in Lexington.

    Please share the other seniors.
    Wow, that's alot of hits. Is that just this year? My son was a starter all year and only had 91 At bats.

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    Region 2: Will Stagner, Trigg County

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    Region 10: EJ Murray, Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondog View Post
    Have seen some of the POYs named on here and know the First Region honorees. Anyone have a list of who is POY in each region, and the seniors going to East-West Baseball Game on June 21 in Lexington? I believe each region gets two players.

    According to Joey Fosko's Paducah Sun blog the Region 1 POY was Casey Brockman from Calloway Co. (.564, 21 extra base hits in 91 hits). Tyler Johnson from Marshall Co. was runner-up. They will both be playing in Lexington.

    Please share the other seniors.
    While my math may be a little off, i order for Fosko to have 91 hits and a .562 average, he would need 161 at-bats. While not impossible I guess, that's an incredible amount of at-bats.

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    Even more incredible is that Fosko is the writer, although I'm sure he will send you a Christmas card for calling him a .562 hitter.

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    QUOTE=The Scribe;3437083]Even more incredible is that Fosko is the writer, although I'm sure he will send you a Christmas card for calling him a .562 hitter. [/QUOTE]

    Whoops, Casey Brockman I mean

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    6th Region - Brandon Alphin (Bullitt East)

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    Oops, correction. Relooked at Fosko's blog and it said Brockman had 21 extra base hits in 94 AT-BATS. Sorry for the misquote. Working backwards that means Brockman probably had about 53 hits. So his slg pctg was probably way up there too with 21 extra base hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Scribe View Post
    Even more incredible is that Fosko is the writer, although I'm sure he will send you a Christmas card for calling him a .562 hitter.
    The only way Fosko would hit .562 is in a video game ...

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