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Lindsey Wilson Baseball signs two Adair County High Players

G Young and Jacob Estes will be in Blue Raider uniforms next season
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News from Lindsey Wilson College

The Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders have signed two outstanding Adair County High School baseball players, both of whom played on Coach Ryan McQueary's 2012 team, which had one of the best records ever this year. The two are:
  • Jacob Estes the son of Cassie Estes and Andy Estes, Columbia, KY, who were present at the signing
  • G. Young who was accompanied to the signing ceremony by his father, Gordon Young, Columbia, KY.
Also on hand for both signings was Lindsey Wilson Assistant Coach Mike Mantooth. Lindsey Wilson's Baseball team now plays in one of Kentucky's outstanding baseball venues, Egnew Park, at Lindsey Wilson Sports Park, 820 Hanley Lane, Columbia, KY.

This story was posted on 2012-06-07 06:23:43
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LWC Baseball signs G Young, Jacob Estes

2012-06-07 - Columbia, KY - Photo photos Lindsey Wilson College. The Lindsey Wilson Baseball Program has signed two outstanding 2012 Adair County High School baseball players, G Young, left and Jacob Estes.
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