The Greenville North State All Stars pose for a photo after winning the Little League Baseball Southeast Regional Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. Pictured are (front row, from left) Cash Daniels-Moye, Joesph Bryne, Jacob Caulder, Bryce Jackson, Cameron Greenway, Drew Fields, Ashton Byars and Chase Anderson; and (back row, from left) coach Mike Vaughn, Luke Lambert, manager Brian Fields, Will Casey, Matthew Matthijs, Carson Hardee, coach Jake Allen and Thomas Barrett.
The Greenville North State All Stars pose for a photo after winning the Little League Baseball Southeast Regional Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. Pictured are (front row, from left) Cash Daniels-Moye, Joesph Bryne, Jacob Caulder, Bryce Jackson, Cameron Greenway, Drew Fields, Ashton Byars and Chase Anderson; and (back row, from left) coach Mike Vaughn, Luke Lambert, manager Brian Fields, Will Casey, Matthew Matthijs, Carson Hardee, coach Jake Allen and Thomas Barrett. Courtesy of Little League Baseball and Softball
The Greenville North State All Stars pose for a photo after winning the Little League Baseball Southeast Regional Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2017. Pictured are (front row, from left) Cash Daniels-Moye, Joesph Bryne, Jacob Caulder, Bryce Jackson, Cameron Greenway, Drew Fields, Ashton Byars and Chase Anderson; and (back row, from left) coach Mike Vaughn, Luke Lambert, manager Brian Fields, Will Casey, Matthew Matthijs, Carson Hardee, coach Jake Allen and Thomas Barrett. Courtesy of Little League Baseball and Softball

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