2018-06-13 / Community View

Hadley Baseball hosts All-Star 14-U games



Hadley Township Fire Department’s Brandon Opelewski watches as a ball passes low into the glove of Oxford Astros catcher Owen Avery. Umpire Doug Childress has been calling balls and strikes at Hadley for 42 years. Hadley’s All-Star 14-U team, including players from Hadley, Metamora and Lapeer, came out on top in the rain-soaked contest 23- 8. 
Photos by Phil Foley Hadley Township Fire Department’s Brandon Opelewski watches as a ball passes low into the glove of Oxford Astros catcher Owen Avery. Umpire Doug Childress has been calling balls and strikes at Hadley for 42 years. Hadley’s All-Star 14-U team, including players from Hadley, Metamora and Lapeer, came out on top in the rain-soaked contest 23- 8. Photos by Phil Foley

Oxford Tigers’ Brennan McDevitt waits his turn in the on-deck circle at the Hadley Township ballfields Saturday during the All-Star 14-U came against the Hadley All Stars. Township trustees guaranteed a continued baseball tradition in 2012 when they purchased the Hadley Elementary School for $100,000 Lapeer Community Schools. Oxford Tigers’ Brennan McDevitt waits his turn in the on-deck circle at the Hadley Township ballfields Saturday during the All-Star 14-U came against the Hadley All Stars. Township trustees guaranteed a continued baseball tradition in 2012 when they purchased the Hadley Elementary School for $100,000 Lapeer Community Schools.

Members of the Hadley Baseball and Softball Association doff their hats as Mayfield Township’s Tavana Salmond sings the National Anthem in a steady rain Saturday morning. Lapeer American Legion Post 16 members Darryl Klati, Gordon Wildfong, Don Dice and Stan Roberts served as Color Guard for the opening ceremonies. Members of the Hadley Baseball and Softball Association doff their hats as Mayfield Township’s Tavana Salmond sings the National Anthem in a steady rain Saturday morning. Lapeer American Legion Post 16 members Darryl Klati, Gordon Wildfong, Don Dice and Stan Roberts served as Color Guard for the opening ceremonies.

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