It’s official. The Boonville 13, 14 and 15-year-old All-Stars have been finalized for the postseason after being announced in-between games Wednesday night in Junior Babe Ruth.
Making up the Boonville 13 All-Stars are Gage Allison, Tyler Bartholomew, Aiden Battreall, Aiden Lemmons, DeWan Lomax, Jamesian McKee, Nash McKenzie, Cameron Ray, Austin Sandbothe, Chandler Stonecipher, Bo Vinson, DeAndre Wesolak, Memphis Waibel and Darian Williams.
Mark Waibel will manage the Boonville 13-year-old All-Stars and will be assisted by Jamie Jones and Makiah Waibel.
The Boonville 13-year-old All-Stars automatically qualified for the Midwest Plains Regional Tournament in Roseau, Minnesota on July 25-29.
As for the Boonville 14 All-Stars, they will be managed by Brian Jackson and coached by Austin Andrews and a coach to be determined later.
Making up the Boonville 14 All-Stars are Colten Collyott, Cody Garner, Cale Fox, Bryce Harris, Nathaniel Krebs, Austin Kollmeyer, Hayden Krumm, Saylor Marquez, Axton Nease, Bailey Quint, Kayle Rice, Spencer Steakley, Harper Stock, Jacob Vossler and Lane West.
The Boonville 14-year-old All-Stars will play in the Missouri Babe Ruth State tournament on July 13-16 in Scott City, Missouri.
As for the Boonville 15-year-old All-Stars, they will be managed by Kevin Lang and coached by Charles Campbell.
The winner of the state tournament will advance to the regional tournament on July 25-30 in North Platte, Nebraska.
Making up the Boonville 15-year-old All-Stars are Dawson Barnthouse, Carson Campbell, Quess Frerking, Peyton Keeran, Jack Kindle, Reese Lang, Cole Meisenheimer, Andy Neal, Brock Nowlin, Jason Polk, Cameron Stornello and Kealin Vinson.
The Boonville 15 All-Stars will begin play in the state tournament on July 13-16 in Joplin, Missouri. The winner of the state tournament will advance to regionals on July 26-30 in Junction City, Kansas.