Walker, Paupert test their baseball skills at an All-Star clash
Ethan Walker, of Imlay City, connects for a basehit during All-Star baseball action last week. photo by Kevin Kissane.
June 23, 2010
TRI-CITY AREA — Imlay City's Ethan Walker and Dryden's Cody Paupert suited up for the North team in a 6-5 loss to the South squad at the First Southeast Michigan High School All-Star Baseball Game last Thursday.
Port Huron's Sanborn Park is where the matchup took place.
Walker finished with a one for two plate performance.
He lined up defensively in leftfield, seeing action during innings one, two, three and five.
He lined up defensively at shortstop during the third inning and played third base in inning number six.
Yale's Devin Porrett and Tommy Marginet; Memphis' Matt Arnold and Connell Johnson; Marlette's Grant Fiedler; Sandusky's Jon DeKam; Armada's Justin Kersten; Lapeer West's Casey Potts, Jake Fenslau and Josh Francis; Lapeer East's Greg Schrot and Bryan Ludlow; Brown City's Kevin Kalbfleisch; Cros-Lex's Drew Bringard; Deckerville's Josh Fritch; Bad Axe's Steve Salens; Ubly's Steve Weber; Richmond's Drew Jasper; and Cardinal Mooney's Zach Smith joined them on the North squad's roster.
Almont's Pat Russell and Erik O'Connor; Richmond's Blake Malburg plus Brown City's Cory Soucie also appeared on the North side's roster but opted not to attend the game.
Marysville's Steve Green and Devin Herr; St. Clair's Steve Rossi; Marine City's Steve Tercha; Port Huron High's Greg Marshall, David Seppo, Kenny Rhadigan and Joey James; New Haven's D'Vante Mayes; Anchor Bay's Brad Sommers, Frank Yelhey and Kevin Collica; Nicholas Milantoni, L'Anse Creuse's Josh Batkins and David Pozolo; Port Huron Northern's Brett Young; plus Romeo's Spencer Szwejk, Nick Ray and Jake Moore; represented the South squad that day.
Anchor Bay's Aaron Warner along with L'Anse Creuse North's Ryan Lech, Tyler Veach, Keaton Lashley, Jacob Ruhlman and Mike Osterman also were selected for the South team's roster but chose not to play in the contest.