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By Robbie Robertson
Sports Editor 

Three Tiger Baseballers Earn All-Conference – Rosman NC

 

Last updated 6/4/2014 at 2:08pm

Noah Poteat, one of the best shortstops in western North Carolina, was named Smoky Mountain Conference Player-of-the-Year. (Courtesy photo by Tom Dierolf)

With an 18-3 overall record, 14-2 in the Smoky Mountain Conference, three members of the Rosman High varsity baseball team earned all-league honors for 2014.

Senior shortstop Noah Poteat was named SMC player-of-the-year, while teammates Jay Hale and Dillon Zachary were named all-conference.

Poteat put up potent numbers for the Tigers, batting .414 with five doubles and seven home runs. He drove in 23 runs and had a slugging percentage of 1.06.

"Noah was very deserving of the award," said head baseball coach Derrick Huggins. "I think the award complements his whole body of work this year....



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