Young Abingdon-Avon Baseball Squad Gains Valuable Experience in 2023


Story by Prairie Communications intern Kadin Rogers

The Abingdon-Avon high school baseball team wrapped up their season with a loss in the class 1A Abingdon-Avon Regional semifinals, where the host Tornadoes fell in a tough 6-2 contest to the 17-12 United Red Storm. A-Town baseball will now look towards a pivotal offseason of development, as the Tornadoes only lose 2 seniors from their roster this year, and will get much of their young talent back for the 2023-2024 season. Speaking on the WRAM morning show this morning, 1st year Head Coach Gary Cameron says he expects his ballclub to be very competitive next spring, as Abingdon-Avon expects to have around 30-40 players in the program come next school year.

Abingdon-Avon finished the 2022-2023 season with an 11-13 record overall, and 4-4 record in Lincoln Trail Conference play. The Tornadoes had three underclassmen make the recently released LTC All-Conference list. Juniors Kellen Hook and Carter Redfern were 1st team Position Players and fell junior Dawson Fenton was an Honorable Mention pitcher. For the full interview with Coach Cameron, visit the Sports Podcast section.

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