MUHS, OV players make Vt. baseball team

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Two local standouts are among the 18 Vermont senior high school baseball players who have been selected to represent Vermont against New Hampshire in the 2019 Twin State Baseball Classic on Saturday in White River Junction. 
Middlebury pitcher/shortstop Wyatt Cameron and Otter Valley pitcher/first baseman Josh Beayonwill take the field for Vermont in a pair of seven-inning games that will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Maxfield Complex in White River Junction. 
Originally held from 1983 to 2004, the Twin State Baseball Classic returned to the diamond in June of 2015. Vermont won a pair last season, 8-1 and 10-3, the first sweep since its resumption, after the two teams split six one-run games in the three previous years.
Also on the Vermont team are Colby Brouillette of BFA St. Albans, Zach Paul of Black River, Adam Newton of Brattleboro, Daniel Hatheway and Chandler Pouk of Burr and Burton, Robby Meslin and Tyler Millette of Essex, Aaron Szabo of Fair Haven, Becket Hill of Mount Mansfield, Cody Grant of Oxbow, Matt Guyette and Griffin McDermott of Rice, Justin Aker of Rutland, and Ian Parent, Aiden Johnson and Tyler Skaflestad of Champlain Valley.  
The Vermont coaches are Nick DeCaro (Danville), Shawn French (Oxbow), Edward Lewicki (Burr and Burton) and Roy Sargent (Missisquoi).

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