CoachTravis Lallemand has scheduled a signing day for high school players who havecommitted to play for the Roughriders starting in the Fall of 2014. Players and their families will be on the Neosho campus Saturday, January25, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. for the signing. The event will be held inside theArnold Farber Building in the Wright Conference Center located on the 2nd floor.
Playersfrom Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and Ontario will beattending Crowder in the Fall of 2014 to continue the baseball programs winningtradition.
Thefollowing is a list of players who will be signing with the Roughrider:
KyleBlackwell, Waterdown Ontario - Waterdown District HS Troy Cahill, Bentonville AR - Bentonville HS Chase Collins, Trophy Club TX - Byron Nelson HS Brendan Craig, Neosho MO - Neosho HS Cade Crouch, Joplin MO - Webb City HS Dylan Formby, Highlands Ranch CO - Mountain Vista HS Brenden Fowler, Yukon OK - Yukon HS Brian Jones, Irving TX - Nimitz HS Cole Jenkins, Little Rock AR - Parkview HS Kellan McCann, Harrisburg AR - West Memphis HS Austin Robinson, Russellville AR - Russellville HS Trey Turner, Seneca MO - Neosho HS TJ Wood, Claremore OK - Claremore HS Aaron Cantrell, Houston MO - Houston HS Taelor Clark, Hamburg AR - Hamburg HS Mason Faulkner, Center Ridge AR - Nemo Vista HS Chase Imhoff, Sherwood AR - Sylvan Hills HS Kyle Jessie, Pearcy AR - Lake Hamilton HS Zach Matson, Garden City MO - Creighton HS Tanner Mitchell, Keller TX, Byron Nelson HS
CoachLallemand, a Girard High School product, begins his 9th season as headcoach for the Roughriders. Last spring, the team won 47 games and finishedrunner up in the Region 16 tournament.
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