Sophomores on the 2014 East Central Community College baseball team received special recognition during the regular season home finale with Lawson State Community College held Friday, April 18, 2014, at the Clark/Gay Baseball Complex in Decatur. The honorees are shown with family members and special friends during a pre-game ceremony.
From left are outfielder/first baseman John Morgan Berry (27), a product of Madison Central High School; right-handed pitcher Courtney Forbes (7) of Columbia and a transfer from Southwest Mississippi Community College; outfielder/left-handed pitcher Jake Bush (4), Brookwood (Ala.) High School; right-handed pitcher Kale Fultz (34) of Covington, Tenn., and a transfer from Southwest Tennessee Community College; infielder/outfielder Maxwell Harmon (10), Enterprise; right-handed pitcher Ty Hendrix (20), East Webster; outfielder Zach May (8), Newton County High School; right-handed pitchers Conner West (18) and Mason Woodrow (9), both of Taylorsville; and first baseman Caleb Woods (22), Leake Central. Also pictured (third from right) are ECCC baseball assistants Ronald Sims and Scott DeLoach and head Neal Holliman, who presented players with framed photographs. EC won the twin bill by scores of 3-2 and 4-0.