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|Vidalia baseball in new class, district|
A new classification and district does not necessarily mean new opponents for Vidalia High's baseball team.
The Vikings, who have dominated their Class 2A district the last several years, will be facing some familiar opponents in District 3-3A.
"The only team we have not played before in our district is Marksville," said Vidalia High baseball coach Johnny Lee Hoffpauir. "I'm excited about playing in a new district, not necessarily a new class. But it is nice to have something to play for this season."
Junior Trey Brasher leads a young pitching staff.
"Trey is really our only proven pitcher," Hoffpauir said.
Other pitchers are sophomore Mason Ozburn, junior Jake DeWeese and sophomore Seth Thompson
"We've got some other kids we are looking at, but our pitching is really going to be taxed early in the year," Hoffpauir said.
Sophomore Seth Barlow will be behind the plate.
Senior Trey Barnes, junior John Brixey and sophomore Ben Parnham will see time at first base.
Sophomore Mason Ozburn and senior Beau Doughty will be in the middle of the infield along with sophomore Trey Lillie and sophomore B. J. Neeley. Doughty is being moved from the outfield this season.
At third base will be DeWeese and Thompson.
The outfield will be made up of Brasher, senior Hunter Martin, freshman Caleb Vines, who will also back up at catcher and pitcher, senior Cameron Boyette and junior Raymond Eames.
"We've got a lot of question marks," Hoffpauir said. "We're down in numbers this year with only 19 players. It's going to be an interesting season, but we are anxious to go."
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