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Alabama Patriots baseball opens action-packed season

The Alabama Patriots will finish their season in Cooperstown, N.Y. (CONTRIBUTED)
The Alabama Patriots will finish their season in Cooperstown, N.Y. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – The 12U Alabama Patriots baseball club will kick off the 12U season on March 1 in Chattanooga.

The Alabama Patriots will play 12 to 15 tournaments this spring and summer in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi.

“The team competes at the highest level in youth baseball as elite players,” team parent Jamie Hill said. “The Alabama Patriots team consists of the most elite baseball players in all of Alabama.”

On the player roster, #4 Camden Hill of Madison attends Mill Creek Elementary School and will transfer to Discovery middle and Bob Jones high schools. From Harvest, #5 Logan Morris is a Monrovia Middle School student and will attend Sparkman High School.

Caden Rose #7 of Madison attends Mill Creek and will transfer to Discovery. Avery Seaton #9 of Harvest attends Monrovia Middle and eventually will be a Sparkman Senator.

From Hazel Green, #13 Colin Baeder attends Meridianville Middle School and will transfer to Hazel Green High School. Jayce Guyette #22 of Huntsville is a Hampton Cove Middle School student and will attend Huntsville High School.

Matt Dailey #23 of Huntsville also attends Hampton Cove and will transfer to Huntsville High. Slate Alford #24 of Madison attends Rainbow Elementary School and will be a Discovery/Bob Jones transfer.

Harrison Steward #30 of Hazel Green is a Meridianville middle schooler and will attend Hazel Green. Dylan Ray #38 of Madison also attends Mill Creek and will be another Discovery/Bob Jones student.

The Alabama Patriots will finish their season in Cooperstown, N.Y. at Cooperstown Dreams Park with more than 100 teams from all over the nation and world competing.

“Come and see the future baseball stars of Alabama compete this season,” Hill said.

For more information, follow the Patriots on Twitter @AlabamaPatriots.

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