Season champs reign in Craig Youth Baseball |

Season champs reign in Craig Youth Baseball

Craig Daily Press Staff Report
The Moffat Limestone crowds home plate after winning the season championship of the 8- to 10-year-old division of Craig Youth Baseball. Top row, from left: Rylan Vallejos, Grant Sis, coach James Neton, Colt Cowboy Call, Darrick Miller, Tristan Counce, coach Greg Neal, team manager Cash Beckett. Middle row: Tristan Smith, Jayden Evenson, Mitchell Hume, Javen Hippely, Jovany Quezada, Jon Gonzales. Bottom row: Patrick Neton, Josh Neal
Andy Bockelman

Craig Parks and Recreation’s youth baseball season wrapped Tuesday night as the two heavy hitters of the year each closed out the schedule with a tournament championship at Woodbury Sports Complex.

Winning the 8- to 10-year-old age division was Moffat Limestone, coached by Greg Neal and James Neton. The group faced off against the Craig Daily Press crew, going into extra innings to win 3-2.

Moffat Limestone’s roster included Colt Cowboy Call, Tristan Counce, Jayden Evenson, Jon Gonzales, Javen Hippely, Mitchell Hume, Darrick Miller, Josh Neal, Patrick Neton, Jovany Quezada, Grant Sis, Tristan Smith, Rylan Vallejos and team manager Cash Beckett.

For ages 11 to 13, the victor was the Hayden Tigers, defeating the Hayden Outdoors team 10-0.

The Tigers were coached by Mike Crum and Tom Lindley with players Dylan Brady, Tanner Ciufo, Micah Crum, Cody Hawn, Joe Hockaday, Dorian Hotchkiss, Kodi Ingols, Noah Lind, Jake Lindley, Owen Miller, Kalob More, Brytton Nelson, Chase Preston and Israel Santos.