Article by Blake Franklin-
Another Lexington Little League all-star team competed in the state tournament last week at Guy B. Amis Park. The Lexington 11U all-star team put their abilities on display for their hometown. With seven teams competing for a chance at a state title, the tournament’s competition was a fierce battle to the end. Lexington left all they had out on the field and played their hearts out. In the end, the Lexington 11U all-star team came in second place, finishing runner-up to the Goodlettsville all-stars.
Among the all-star teams competing with Lexington, was Daniel Boone, Burns, Goodlettsville, Gallatin, Columbia, and Morristown.
The Lexington 11U all-star roster included Hunter Fairweather, Chatham Gorski, Miles Roach, Channing Foster, Gunner Coleman, Jayden Reed, Stone Daniels, Nathan Stanford, Knox Spence, Ty Gildea, Remington Adams, Broox Lewis, Cayden Hollowell, and Keaton Jones.
This team was managed by Zach Daniels. His assistance coaches that helped with the team were Ian Gorski, Chris Roach, and Chris Spence.
Lexington 11U got their start in game two of the tournament against Goodlettsville. This was the first game that Lexington played in the state tournament, and it was against a very quality opponent. The final score of that contest came to be 4-2, in favor of Goodlettsville. The loss for Lexington dropped the team into the loser’s bracket, and Lexington could not lose another game. Their second game of the state tournament saw Lexington go up against Columbia. The 11U all-star team was…
For complete coverage, see the July 20th edition of The Lexington Progress.