Wendell catcher Weston Dixon (16) waits to make the tag on North Wilkes American’s Jace Samples (20) to stop a run in the 5th inning of the final championship game. The Wendell Coach Pitch team defeated the North Wilkes American 14-8 in the championship game to win the Tar Heel State Coach Pitch Championship played in Smithfield, N.C july 24-27, 2014.
Wendell catcher Weston Dixon (16) waits to make the tag on North Wilkes American’s Jace Samples (20) to stop a run in the 5th inning of the final championship game. The Wendell Coach Pitch team defeated the North Wilkes American 14-8 in the championship game to win the Tar Heel State Coach Pitch Championship played in Smithfield, N.C july 24-27, 2014. newsobserver.com
Wendell catcher Weston Dixon (16) waits to make the tag on North Wilkes American’s Jace Samples (20) to stop a run in the 5th inning of the final championship game. The Wendell Coach Pitch team defeated the North Wilkes American 14-8 in the championship game to win the Tar Heel State Coach Pitch Championship played in Smithfield, N.C july 24-27, 2014. newsobserver.com

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