North Santa Rosa

Watson Coaches East All-Star Team

Jay High’s own Brian Watson, was selected to coach the East Softball Subway All-Star Team.   The 6th annual all-star game is scheduled for Thursday, May 24 at the University of West Florida baseball and softball field complex.   Beginning at 6 p.m. the women will have their first pitch followed by the men’s first pitch at 6:30 p.m.  Watson is in his 8th year as Head Coach of the Royals.  He has gone to the post season 5 of the 8 years.  This year his team ended the season as the State Class 1A Runner-up.

This year’s game features some of the best seniors from Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties (East) playing against the seniors from Escambia County (West).   Head coaches for this year’s event include Brian Watson from Jay High School for the east softball team and Mike Haveard from Pine Forest for the west softball team.  In the baseball game, Cory Hamrick from Niceville High will head up the east team while Tate High’s Greg Blackmon will lead the west boys.

Admission is $7, youth players wearing their jerseys get in for $5.  Children four and under are free.  You can bring in canned goods to donate to the Manna Food Pantry and receive a discounted admission.

The Pensacola Sports Association announced today the rosters for the 2012 Subway High School All-Star Baseball and Softball Game Presented by the Andrews Institute.

In addition to the two all-star games, both games will feature a homerun derby an hour prior to each game.  Two players from each all-star team will be swinging for the fences for the chance to win a gift card to Academy Sports and Outdoors. Fan events will include the Academy Sports + Outdoors Fan Contest in which four lucky fans will have the opportunity to win up to $200 each in Academy Sports + Outdoors gift cards.

Rosters for the 2012 Subway High School All-Star baseball and softball games are below. Final game day rosters are subject to change.

West Softball:  Victoria East, Ashley Peters, Brittany Morris, and Aubrey Yeagle from Escambia, Brianna Coleman, Brittany Manning-Davis, Rebeka Touary, and Sara Grace Gunter from Pine Forest, Kristen Hughes from East Hill, Lauren McCall from Northview, Amber Wells from Catholic, Samantha Hurley from Pensacola, Kayla Rosario, Kaitlyn Kenfield, Gabby Leifur, and Kalina Kenfield from West Florida Tech, Heather Schaff, Kim Baker, Barette Barnes, Marina Cobbs, Holly Brown, and Kat Tucker from Tate, and Rachel Medley from Washington.

 East Softball:  Kasey Harrison from Laurel Hill, Megan McDonald and Amanda Curington from Gulf Breeze, Hannah Day from Crestview, Lauren Osburn, Sarah Beth Marquis, and Meghan Redalieu from Navarre, Hannah Jones from Pace, Stephanie Hartness, Jamie Ujvari, Jessica Ujvari, and Courtney Adams from Niceville, Brittany Tiller from Rocky Bayou, Katie Worley, Kassandra Gilley, and Desiree Velasguez from Milton, Becca Calloway and Tessa Hendricks from Jay, Tory Kilcrease from Baker, Jaime Phillips and Jennifer Phillips from Fort Walton, and Rikki Rummel from Choctaw.

West Baseball:  Scott Robertson, Matt Mckibben, and Avery Van Brussel from Washington, Skyler Beckerman, Tyler Murphy, Chase Anderson, and Tucker Massey from West Florida Tech, Tyler Curtis, Hunter Black, Austin Quina, Mac Seibert, and Cody Palmer from Tate, Preston Szuch, Tyler Henry, and Chase Keifer from Catholic, Tanner Brooks and Zach Barrow from Northview, Trenton Potter and Kody Bryant from Pensacola Christian, Brandon Nagem, Jon Cagle-Lister, and Zach Hathaway from Pine Forest, Joey Scapecchi and Kaleb Lewis from Escambia, and Brandon Haragul and Jimmy Threat from Pensacola.

East Baseball:  Kameron Miller, Dylan Lee, and Derek Lovelace from Crestview, Kyle Mcgee from Gulf Breeze, Tanner Black, Miguel Paulino, and Luke Clark from Choctaw, Bucky Locke from Baker, Cory Eller and Mike Haynes from Niceville, Sammy James from Jay, Patrick Maddox, Patrick Ervin, Daniel Hampton, Steven Jernigan, and Clay Benefield from Pace, Paul Young and Jordan Martin from Milton, Dylan Peacock from Central, Steven Wills from Rocky Bayou, Kyle Slingerland from Laurel Hill, Jacob Terry and Dusty Jones from Navarre, Ian Hok and Trey Marshall from Fort Walton.

For more information, please call the Pensacola Sports Association at 434-2800 or visit

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