Ray Bearcats represent Copper Corridor at AzBCA All-Star Game

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In the photo at right: Members of the AzBCA Division IV South Team are from left: back, Assistant Coach, Steve Elmore – San Manuel H.S.; Rene Pacheco Head Coach – Ray H.S.;  T.J. Brown, Catcher – San Manuel H.S.; Alex Carrera, Pitcher – Ray H.S.; Daniel Harmon, First Base – Ray H.S.; and Assistant Coach, Dennis Warner – Ray H.S.; front, Louie Fuentes, Center Field – Superior H.S.; Jacob Wernett, Left Field – Ray H.S.; Mario Padilla, Left Field – Superior H.S.; John Ruiz, Second Base – San Manuel H.S.; and Demetrious Dietz, First Base – San Manuel H.S. Photo Courtesy of Scott Gastony, Lou Coopey Photography

By Andrew Luberda

A total of 11 players and coaches from the Copper Area were selected to participate in the AZ Baseball Coaches Association Div. IV All-Star Game. The Ray Bearcats were represented by three players and two coaches.

Ray head baseball coach Rene Pacheco and assistant coach Dennis Warner were joined by pitcher Alex Carrera, outfielder Jacob Wernett, and first baseman Daniel Harmon on the South team.

The game was played on Saturday, June 1, 2013, at Surprise Baseball Stadium, the spring training home of the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals. Despite a strong showing by the South team, the North team won, 14 – 5.

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